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Goodbye May, Welcome June

31 May, 2019

As 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 (and is associated with the Greek Hera).   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, 2019, saw the following posts on the design journal:

Article:

Questions for Venturers upon the Sea of Stars, to help you to define your character

New Magic Items:

Cloak of Spectral Shielding, be guarded from spirits.

Day’s Smile Amulet, be of good spirits and promote peace.

Exorcist’s Blade, drive possessing spirits away!

Prudent Pin, be prepared.

Campaign Reports:

Down and Out in Taren Kost: Episode 8

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

Shadowrun Campaign Update with new Seattle Scream prop (#60)

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Image Ann Elliot as Juno by James Watson, printed by Robert Sayer, after Tilly Kettle mezzotint, mid 18th century, found on Wikimedia Commons and is in the Public Domain.

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