Welcome December, fare thee well November

30 November, 2021

Into Winter we goIt is a cold evening here, it does seem like winter has begun.  Which is appropriate as the first of December comes the meteorological start of Winter and it certainly seems that way here.  December was, as you might expect, the tenth month of the Roman calendar and it is a month filled with holidays for us modern folk.

So, the themes for this month on the Sea of Stars design journal will be Winter, festivals and gifts: cursed gifts, divine gifts, magical gifts or whatever else we can think up.

If there is a particular idea that any of those themes inspire, let me know and I will try to realize it.

Looking back over November, 2021, we saw the following posts here:


In Memory of the Brave and Honorable who Served.

Coraxin (Ravenkine), a new Beastkine for D&D 5E, for those who like birdfolk in your games.

History Resources for Your Game [5], get inspired by history!

New Magic Items:

Axel’s Plant-Hating Cleaver, get those plants before they get you!

Bureaucrat’s Brush, paperwork creates paperwork.

Doll Death Rod, have you ever had that shrinking feeling?

Freeman’s Pick, tear down the oppressors!

Peacemaker’s Baton, jaw-jaw is better than war-war.

Campaign Reports:

Once Upon a Time in 1968 – Issue 11 – The Sinister Mansion of the Occult.

Shadowrun Campaign Report and new Seattle Scream Prop (#71).

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 “winter landscape” by David Blackwell. is licensed under CC BY 2.0.

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