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Onward to June and Summer, Fare the well May

31 May, 2021

RMW_-_Juno_1As you probably know, the month of June is named from the Roman month Iunius, or Junius, which in turn is named in honor of the ancient Roman goddess Juno who is the wife of Jupiter and oversees marriage among other portfolio (and is associated with the Greek Hera).   For the Romans, the first half of Iunius is a period of religious purification and was considered the most favorable time to marry.

June is also the anniversary of the start this journal, so I may try and do something special for that.

Summer officially starts this month, so, any thoughts on a theme, readers?  Send me your suggestions and I will try to act on them.

May, 2021, saw the following posts on the design journal:

Article:

Festival – The Empress’ Birthday (RPG Blog Carnival), the one universal celebration in the Sea of Stars.

New Magic Items:

Amulet of Mind Tricks, manipulate the weak willed.

Compass of New Worlds, find ways to get to new world.

Guardian Hive Amulet, let the bees protect you.

Traveller’s Helpful Book, “Panic Not”.

Campaign Reports:

Shadowrun Campaign News and a new Seattle Scream Prop (#70)

Review:

Shadowrun: Street Wyrd

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Image Weißenburg ( Bavaria ). Roman Museum: Bronze statue of Iuno ( 2nd/3rd century AD ), found on Wikimedia Commons and is is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported, 2.5 Generic, 2.0 Generic and 1.0 Generic license.

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