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Goodbye Janus, Welcome Ill-fortuned February

1 February, 2016

We now step into February which gets its name from Latin term februum, which means purification, via the purification ritual Februa performed at this time of year.  The Romans considered February an ill-omened month which is why it is only twenty-eight days long (and we have extended to twenty-nine in this leap year).   For this month we return to the theme 0f curses, cursed items, ill-fortune and, perhaps, defenses against such terrible things.  As usual, suggestions, comments and ideas are welcome.

What was published on the journal in January, 2016:

Articles

Good Bye David Bowie.

New Magic Items:

Assault Gate, attack!

Death’s Doorway Ring, jaunt through the shadowed lands to kill more.

Exile’s Gate, a place to dispose of unwanted people.

Gatebreaker Javelin, sometimes you need to close a gate.

New Monster:

Wood Warrioress for D&D5.

Campaign Reports:

Back to the Pulps – Noir Revolution: Pacific Star, Episode 2.

Catching up with Petrichor and Petrichor Campaign Report – Of Wasps and Cults.

Shadowrun Campaign Report and new Seattle Scream (#49).

Creative Sunday

Galivant!

J E Shields: Art for Gamers

Reviews

Rigger 5.0 and Shadow Spells for Shadowrun.

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