Out of August, Into September

31 August, 2019

Seven of LemursNow we move into September (and hopefully some cooler weather here in Georgia, USA), 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.

At the start of the month I will be in Washington, DC, area visiting family and museums.  My plan is to set the journal to update during that time but I will slow 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 and other museums and historical places.

August, 2019, saw the following posts here:


Our brave cat, Joxer, goes on his last adventure.


Pondering Wild Magic in D&D 5E

Viscount Taviny zaKozrad, the Villain of the Piece, a character for your use.

New Magic Items

Bloodthirsty Sword, keep fighting!  Maybe even when your should not.

Deflecting Dagger, defend yourself.

Minion’s Coin, recruit trustworthy help.

Villain’s Cloak, do it with style!

Campaign Reports

Down and Out in Taren Kost – Episode 10 and Interlude 3.

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Notes: Image Seven different specimen of the family Lemuridae (lemurs). Coloured etching by S. Milne. Credit: Wellcome Collection.  Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY 4.0).

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