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April passed, welcome May

1 May, 2016

Welcome to May.  May was Maius in Latin and was named after the Greek goddess Maia, it seems likely, who is associated with Spring.  So, what shall the theme be for May?  The fae and faerie?  Spring and nature?  Gods and religion?  Something else?  Let me know.  I always enjoy people’s suggestions.

Unsurprisingly April’s writings were dominated by the 2016 A to Z Blogging Challenge, which I am pleased to say I completed (sixth year in a row).  So, the posts for April, 2015, were:

A-to-Z Posts:

Axioms of the Sea of Stars.

Beastkine, the anthropomorphic species of the Sea of Stars.

Castles in the Sea of Stars.

Dragonsteel, a magical material.

Elementals, again.

Fae in the Sea of Stars.

Giants in the Sea of Stars.

Heavens, routes to the.

Imperial Agents.

Jade, a magical material.

Knights and Knightly Orders in the Sea of Stars.

Lacunae, gaps in the world.

Monarchs of the Sea of Stars.

Numina, godspark.

Ouroboros, lost god of the dragons.

Patrons, Draconic

Quest, draconic coming of age.

Rebel and Revolutionaries, not all love dragonrule.

Skyships, a rapid way to travel.

Taxes, Imperial and otherwise.

Umbra, what lives in the shadows between the stars?

Venturers, why do go out seeking danger?

War, is fought even in the Sea of Stars.

Xenophilia and Xenophoby, do you like or dislike strangeness?

Yonder, always more, just over there.

Zoology, a brief discussion on what sorts of animals can be found.

New Magic Item (that is not part of the A to Z Challenge):

Venturer’s Indispensable Satchel,  holds what you need and more.

Campaign Reports and such:

PinkCat Running the Shade, Episode 19 Hellpuppies.

Other:

Royal Armouries for All!, the British Royal Armouries are online!

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2 comments

  1. I’d be happy to read any of those topics, but if you’re taking suggestions I’ve always associated May with the Mayflower and the pilgrims who crossed from England to the the New World (I grew up in Massachusetts). You talked about individual drive to wander in the Yonder entry. What about groups? On pilgrimage, driven on an exodus, or for whom migration is a part of their culture (sanctioned by the Empress or clandestine…)?


    • Interesting. I will see what I can come up with.



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