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Biweekly Monster-Plague Matriarch

Touched by Immortality. Elves are known to be long-lived, but there were those of their ilk who lived long enough to strive for immortality. With centuries to study, some of them came to viable solutions for the problem of death that … Continue reading

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Lost Monastery-Alvin Letter 1

Young Avery, Your father made you proud yesterday. I’ve joined up with an ecclectic bunch of adventurers, a dwarf, an elf, and even a dragonborne maiden! Naturally I felt some trepidation at joining such a company, but i have since … Continue reading

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Gregor’s Last Redoubt

The ancient structure squatted over the deep crag in the earth known as the Scar, still in remarkably good repair for being abandoned the 200 years since the Plague War. It seemed some other forced had moved in, as undead … Continue reading

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Character Thursday-Filn Ragleaf (Elf Magic-user PC)

The last of the little party of three I’m toying with following with some of these posts (they killed a bile drake here.) This one is a magic-user. He’s not built particularly for encharges (though he can do them) and … Continue reading

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Character Thursday-Riek Liput (Human Fighter PC)

Since I’ve apparently decided to build a party of three and follow their made up adventures, here’s the second member of the party, a human fighter built for damage output, but not overly optimized; he can take a hit, too. … Continue reading

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Character Thursday-Malis Harrowdun (Elven Vampire Lord)

It’s been a while since we’ve done a character as mundane as an elf.  We’ve been really caught up with the orcs, lizardfolk, and goblins.  As I add more races, it gets harder to give them all attention.  The truth … Continue reading

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World Building Wednesday-The Midgeland (An Introduction)

Today I’m going to introduce The Midgeland, a piece of wilderness on which a number of future world building posts will expand.  The Midgeland is the eastern-most tip of a continent called by most of its inhabitants the New Land … Continue reading

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Monster Monday-Elves

We’ve covered humans and dwarves, now on to elves.  I’m going to level with you, I don’t really like elves.  Their whole attitude toward life and the other races generally turns me off.  That said, I think I’ve given them … Continue reading

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Wednesday Words-Infrared Ultraviolet and Echolocation

Most creatures have human-visible light spectrum vision, but some have other forms of sight, often in addition to the visible light spectrum.  The three exotic forms of vision are given below: Infrared-Also known as “heat vision,” Infrared allows creatures to … Continue reading

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Progress Update-Spell Casting Video

This lovely video on Spell Casting covers how you’d cast a spell like yesterday’s healing spell in-game. It also features a magnificent intro that includes Richard Hunt playing his character in our current play test: Noland Prayerfighter, Jeremy Hunt with … Continue reading

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