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Summer Approaches, Welcome June, Goodbye May

30 May, 2018

JunoJune is named from the Roman month Iunius, or Junius, is named in honor of the ancient Roman goddess Juno who is the wife of Jupiter and oversees marriage among other portfolio.   The first half of Iunius is a period of religious purification and was considered the most favorable time to marry by the Romans.  It will also be the anniversary of this journal, so I may try and do something special for that.

Summer officially starts this month, so, any thoughts on a theme, readers?  Send me your suggestions and I will try to act on them.

May, 2018, saw the following posts on the design journal:

New Magic Items:

Beltane Blessed Ember, protection throughout the year.

Eternity Chain Amulet, what price immortality.

Marisol’s Butter Churn, a fae item.

Passage Chalk, a way to escape.

White Lotus of Enlightenment, seek and find.

New Monster:

Mooger, a new chimeric monster for Pathfinder, D&D 5E and Dungeon World, also can be spelled Moger, Mougar, Moogar and so on.

Campaign Reports:

PinkCat Running in the Shade: Bad Beetles (a different sort of Shadowrun campaign report).

Rokugan SRIU “Teppo and Red Herrings” (L5R Campaign Report)

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Image “Juno, from ‘Game of Mythology’ (Jeu de la Mythologie)” by Stefano della Bella (Italian, Florence 1610–1664 Florence) via The Metropolitan Museum of Art is licensed under CC0 1.0

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