Long March out of February

29 February, 2020


With the start of March, after the slightly longer than usual February, the Equinox and Spring draw ever nearer.  The name of March is drawn from the Roman month Martius which in turn gains its name from Mars, as you would expect.  Mars being the Roman god of war (and more a soldier’s god than a warrior as contrasted with his Greek counterpart Ares)

The theme for March will again be the military and things martial.  If there is anything in particular you would like to see, please let me know.  I will try to do something, spell or item, for the Equinox as well.

February, 2020, saw the following post in the journal:

RPG Blog Carnival

I contributed to February’s RPG Blog Carnival with Legends and Lore – The Sun, Last of the Gods.

New Magic Items:

Dagger of Cupidity, green is usually not good.

Cabinet of Repairs, make non-living thing whole again.

Serpentsoul Dagger, all the serpent demon wants to do is help you.

Spendthrift Coin, best not to steal it.

Campaign Reports:

Down and Out in Taren Kost – Episode 14: Road to Ruins

Heroes Inc: 80-page Giant, Issue 19 – East and West, Issue 20 – Knights and Days, Annual 0, Special Issue – Our Government at Work, Rebel – the Untold Story, Rebel interviewed by Teen Beat Magazine, and Summaries of Issues 21 and 22Heroes Inc – Reflections Looking Back

Superheroes – Once Upon a Time in 1967 – Getting Started and Superheroes – Out of the 1960s – A Campaign Statblock.

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Notes:  Image Ludovisi Mars from Statens Museum for Kunst and is in the Public Domain.

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