December ends and with it MMXX

31 December, 2020

Foreward and backThis year has both been agonizingly long and passed so quickly, I am still trying to reconcile that it is the end of the year.  But now it is almost January, 2021, and with it the New Year!  Good fortune to all in MMXXI!

January is, naturally, named after the Roman 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, 2020, we find a month but not without interest:


History Resources for your Games [4], some ideas from history to inspire you.

New Beastkine:

Brave Folk (Badgerkin) for D&D 5E, defenders of the Crimson Lined Valley.

New Magic Items:

Ghost Clock, can time itself be haunted?

Solstice Spear, a weapon of the Fae Court, dangerous to all.

Soothsayer Sundial, what does the future hold?

Sudden Snowflake, let it snow.

Superior Soap, be the cleanest you can be.

2020 Monthly Reports:

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

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Notes: Photo “Asos republicans (Janus i proa), mitjan s. II a.C., Museu d’Història de la Ciutat, Barcelona” by Sebastià Giralt is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0.

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