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Out of December and into the Year MMXX

31 December, 2019

Arch of JanusIt is almost January, 2020, and with it the New Year!  Good fortune to all in MMXX!

January is, naturally, named after the god of doorways, Janus (Ianuarius), who is usually pictured as looking both forward and back.   So in January, we will return to the themes of doorways, transport and travel to open new possibilities for the New Year.  As usual, if there is something on this theme you would like to see, let me know.

Looking back over December, 2019, we find a very quiet month but not without interest:

Article:

Superheroes – Tomorrow and Today, an idea for a superheroic campaign in two parts.

New Magic Items:

Festival Blessing Token, carry the blessing of the festival with you.

Festival Dice, gain luck and more, if you participate in the right sort of gambling.

Gift of Life, would you give all for your friend?

Highwayman’s Ice Bow, for winter-themed bandits.

New Year Dagger, a powerful weapon that can manipulate the flow of time at a terrible cost.

Campaign Report:

Shadowrun Campaign News and New Seattle Scream prop (#63).

Review:

Shadowrun: No Future.

2019 Monthly Reports:

November, October, September, August, July, June, May, April, MarchFebruary and January.

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Notes: Photoof the Arch of Janus in Rome by Miguel Hermoso Cuesta found on Wikimedia Commons and used and licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 4.0 International license.

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