August ends and September begins

31 August, 2016

Now we move into September (and hopefully some cooler weather here in Georgia, USA, as it has been a hot Summer), the seventh month of the Roman calendar.  September does not seem to have any particular ties to myth or tradition among the Romans, however,  as Seven is usually viewed as a magical number, magic and spells will be our theme for this month.   Please let me know if there is anything you would like to see.

During the week of 4th-12th September, I will be in Washington, DC, with family visiting them and museums.  My plan is to set the journal to update during that time but I will likely not be able to approve comments from new people but I will do so as soon as I can.  I shall return with new and inspired ideas and photographs of the wonders of the Smithsonian.

August, 2016, saw the following posts here:

New Magic Items

Chain of Majesty, impress those below your station (for Pathfinder and D&D5)

Eavesdropper’s Earring, for spies and the curious (for Pathfinder and D&D5).

Jellyfish Discus, strange but effective.

Kettle of Mist, deception and misdirection are useful tools (for Pathfinder and D&D5)

Regal Guitar, for the king of musicians (for Pathfinder and D&D5).

Campaign Reports

Legend of the Five Rings, SRIU, Episode 9 “To the North and Winter, Part 1.

Shadowrun, PinkCat Running in the Shade, Episode 23 “Making Movies.


Fursona 5E.

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