All Hallows to All Saints, October ends for November to begin

31 October, 2021

Be who you want to be o HalloweenHappy All Hallows Day and Eve all!  Enjoy the costumes, food and whatever else you and yours does on this lovely holiday!

November begins with All Saints Day and, in the traditional Irish calendar, it is 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 even though I have no idea what I will be working on.

In light of that situation, 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, 2021, saw the following posts here:


Dragonborn in the Sea of Stars, Reexamined, bringing Dragonborn more into line (mechanically) with the new rewrite of them.

Looking Back over GenCon 2021, a little late, but some thought about this year’s GenCon.

New Magic Items:

Knight-Killing Longbow, sometimes, it is the commoners who are the danger.

Naginata of Household Defense, keep your home safe.

Shield of Salynas, defend your city.

Star Cat Ring, draw upon the aid of a Star Cat, perhaps.

New Monsters:

Rose Assassin, a fae plant that just wants to kill you.

Star Cat, philosopher-cats from beyond.

Campaign Report:

Superheroes – Once upon a Time in 1968 – Issue 10 – Odd Lightning


Your Sixth World May Vary – Episode 7: North America, the US and More

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Photo Halloween Postcard fromthe New York Public Library.  Found on Public Domain Review and is in the Public Domain, naturally.

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