April ahead as March ends

31 March, 2022

April begins on the morrow with its usual day of clever tricks and artful misdirections, such not being my specialty, do not expect anything clever from me.  But I hope to enjoy cheerful cleverness from others.

#AtoZChallenge 2022 alternative badgeApril is named after the Roman month Aprilis though it is unclear where the Roman name comes from . . .  It may refer to the opening (aperire) of buds and flowers as Spring arrives or in some unclear way to the goddess Venus, to whom it is a sacred month, or something else.  We just do not know, such is the way of history.

As is usual, I am participating in the the Blogging from A to Z Challenge for April, the theme will be “Unusual Animals of the Sea of Stars” so if you have questions about my setting or the creatures that roam about, or anything else, please ask.

March, 2022, saw the following posts here:


A Sea of Stars Glossary, for the particular way words may be used when referring to things in the Sea of Stars.

Campaign Reports:

Shadowrun Campaign News and a new Seattle Scream Prop (#73)

Superheroes – Once upon a Time in 1968 – Issue 14 – Part 1: Squids and Candy

New Magic Items:

Hold Your Ground Shield, defend you home defend your family.

Military Boots, always with the marching.

Soldier Box, sometimes you just need some additional fighters on your side.

Soldier’s Belt, keep you weapon close to hand.

Wreath of Triumph, victory leads to victory.

New Monster:

Ceramic Soldier (for D&D 5E), they will stand guard forever.


Review – Shadowrun: Emerald City

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