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All Hallows to All Saints, October to November

31 October, 2020

Some black cats bring good luckHappy All Hallows Day and Eve all!  Enjoy costumes, food and whatever else you and yours does on this lovely holiday!  At least as much as you can when such terrible disease stalks the land.  Avoid Masque of the Red Death reenactments.

November begins with All Saints Day and, in the traditional Irish calendar, the start of Winter.   Tomorrow is also the beginning of NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) which I will be participating in, as usual, to spur me to write.

In light of that, and seeing no obvious theme to November I will just write about whatever inspires me.   I will keep up with the Tuesday magic items and whatever else I can fit.  However, if you have any requests, anything you would like to see or any theme you would like me to expand upon, please let me know and I will try to fit it in.

October, 2020, saw the following posts here:

Articles:

Sisters of the Swan (for D&D 5E), shapeshifters who can transform between human and swan forms.

Ypisarian Serpentfolk (for D&D 5E), serpentpeople who work salt.

New Magic Items:

Cannibal’s Crown, just a bite will not hurt?  Right?

Death-Eating Gloves, feed on the death of your enemies, surely nothing could go wrong?

Shade Manifesting Ring, create servants from your own life’s blood.

Soldier Stones, to create stone soldiers.

New Monster:

Stone Soldier, elementals empowered by echoes of soldiers’ spirits.

If you like what you have read here in the journal, please support my Patreon, which makes it easier for me to create more things for people.

Photo Image from The Book of Hallowe’en (1919). Caption “A Black-Cat Table.” From The Book of Hallowe’en entry at The Project Gutenberg.  Found on Wikimedia Commons and is in the Public Domain.

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