Welcome July and Summer, Goodbye June

1 July, 2016

Welcome to Summer (at least in the Northern hemisphere) which has been quite obvious here with high heat and storms.

July was named after that most ambitious Roman, Julius Caesar in the re-formalization of the Roman Calendar creating the Julian Calender (which, as you no doubt realized, is named after him).   In honor of Caesar, we shall be looking at governments, organization and people of ambition in the Sea of Stars.  As usual, if there is a particular subject you would like to know more about or see more of, please let me know.

Looking back over June, 2016, the following articles were published:


Seven Years of the Sea of Stars journal.

New Magic Items:

Celestial Compass (for Pathfinder and D&D5), find your way.

Chalice on Punishment (for Pathfinder and D&D5), the Empress’ justice is final.

Functionary’s Ring (for Pathfinder and D&D5), unleash the power of red tape and paperwork.

Lady Sun’s Blessed Yari (for Pathfinder, D&D5 and L5R), use the Sun’s wrath to strike down the Dark.

Stormdriver’s Cloak (for Pathfinder and D&D5), ride the storm!

New Monster:

Pyroead, as dryads are to trees, pyroeads are to ever-burning flames.

New Spell:

Blood Weapon (revised), an evil spell for evil deed.


Mysteries of the Gods, new domains and spells for D&D5.

Shadowrun: Howling Shadows and Shadowrun: Market Panic.


Dark Future Ahead 16: News from the Net of a Cyberpunk Bent.

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