Welcome December, November has Passed

1 December, 2015

Today is the meteorological start of Winter, we need to wait for the 21st for the official Calendar start there of however.  December (as the “Dec” at the beginning implies) was the tenth month of the Roman calendar and other than being the last month, seems to have had no special significance to them.   But our December is a month filled with holidays.  So, the themes for this month on the Sea of Stars design journal will be Winter, festivals and gift: cursed gifts, divine gifts, magical gifts or whatever else we can think up.

If there is a particular idea inspired by the themes that you would like to see expanded upon, let me know and I will try to realize it.

The following posts were made on the Design Journal in November, 2015:


Dark Future Ahead [13].

Happy Birthday Doctor Who.

Roads of Rokugan.

New Magic Items:

Jinete Javelin, for cavalry skirmishers.

Pouch of Hydra’s Teeth, a useful tool for necrourgists (and for D&D5).

Ring of the Stormcalled, bring the thunder (for both Pathfinder and D&D5)

Veteran’s Sword, always good to have a weapon you can trust.

Campaign Reports:

Petrichor and the first session thereof.

Creative Sunday:

Magellan, webcomic about a superhero academy.

The Mongolian Wizard series by Michael Swanwick, adventures in an alternate Europe.

Ookla the Mok, fandom’s own rock band.


As usual, if you like what you have read here, please support the Sea of Stars Patreon, thank you.


  1. How about a series of magic items whose powers wax and wane with the passing of the seasons?

    • I have played around with that for some of the Equinox and Solstice tied items, and probably a few other, but it is certainly a workable thing. I will see what I can come up with.

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