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July already, Farewell June

30 June, 2015

Summer arrived with the Summer solstice and it certainly feels like it here, with some brutally hot days, hope things are more mild wherever you may be, dear reader.

July is -of course- named after that all around skilled politician Julius Caesar in his re-formalization of the Roman Calendar which created the Julian Calender (which, naturally, is named for him too).  So, in honor of Caesar, we shall be looking at governments, organization and people of ambition in the Sea of Stars in July.  As usual, if there is a particular subject you would like to know more about or see more of, please let me know.  I will be off to GenCon at the end of the month which may affect my posting schedule somewhat.

Looking back over June, which was -as it happens-  the sixth anniversary of this Journal and also saw my 1,300th post.  Not bad if I do say so myself.  If you like what you read here, please consider supporting my Patreon.

June, 2015, saw the following posts here:

Articles:

Summerland Blog Carnival – the Empress’ Birthday

Campaign Report:

Pink Cat Running the Shade – Parties and Pilfering.

Rokugan SRIU – Episode 4: Paper Street.

New Magic Items:

Book of Withered Souls, need a curse?

Gallowglass Locket, a tool for loyal bodyguards.

Healer’s Hive, a different sort of healing kit.

Royal Token of Heroism, a gift from a ruler, no strings attached, really.

Siege Shield, take cover!

New Spells:

Spectral Skirmisher for D&D5 and Pathfinder.

Reviews:

Shadowrun: Data Trails.

Miscellaneous:

 

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One comment

  1. A productive month!



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