Looking Back over December and the Year MMXV as we move into MMXVI

31 December, 2015

The New Year and January are just around the corner.   Good fortune to all in MMXVI!

January is named after Janus (Ianuarius) the god of doorways, pictured as looking both forward and back.   We will revisit the themes of doorways, transport and travel for January what with moving into the New Year and all.  As usual, if there is something on this theme you would like to see, let me know.

My main goal for 2016 will be to get the Sea of Stars campaign setting finished and out to its backers.

Looking back over December, 2015, a fair number of posts were managed:

New Magic Items:

Botanical Book, learn about the plants and their uses.

Cloak of the Sun’s Chosen, fight back the Dark by word and deed.

Long Shadow Shield, for the champion of the Dark.

Shepherd’s Axe (for Pathfinder and D&D5), a useful tool for a traveler.

Shield of le Bon Chevalier, be a good knight and true.

New Monster:

(Well newish) A more mythic Manticore for D&D5, with a scorpion tail rather than spikes.

Campaign Reports:

PinkCat Running in the Shade Safety First and Holiday Special

Rokugan SRIU Episode 7 “Spirited Evenings.


Vacant Ritual Assembly, Issues 1-3.

Weekly Wonders: Coin Magic.

Creative Sunday:

Ron Randall, comic book artist and swell guy.

Sam and Fuzzy, crazy adventures here and in the Underground.

2015 Monthly Recaps:

November, October, September, August and July, June, May, April, MarchFebruary and January.

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