Welcome February and a new Blog Carnival

31 January, 2022

Dragons aheadTime ticks away and the first month of the year is almost over, soon February with begin  February gets its name from Latin term februum, which means purification, via the purification ritual Februa performed at this time of year.  Note that the Romans considered February an ill-omened month which is why it is only twenty-eight days long. 

Normally, I use the theme of curses for February but as I am hosting the RPG Blog Carnival on the theme of Something, Something, Dragons, I will be focusing on that (and maybe fit some curses in too).  I do hope you can join in on the RPG Blog Carnival, it is good fun and good inspiration.

What was published on the journal in January, 2022, was the following:

New Articles:

Political Intrigue among the Dragons, what sort of politcal maneuving do dragons get up to?  My contribition to the January RPG Blog Carnival.

Shadowrun Campaign Pitch: Songs in the Key of X, trying to gauge interest for a new campaign.

What is a “Dungeon”? Just some musing about the concept.

New Magic Items:

Boxed Kitchen, need something to prepare your food?

Carmenta’s Book, useful for translators and healers both.

Map of the Territory, maps show you where you have been and can take you where you want to go.

Poet’s Walking Stick, take a walk and be inspired!

Campaign Reports:

Shadowrun Campaign News for the start of 2022 and a new Seattle Scream Prop (#72)

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Notes: Image from goodfreephotos.com and is in the Public Domain.

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