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Biweekly Monster-Mage Imp

Long time readers of this blog will have noticed that I’ve moved away from developing my own system: Mind Weave, and have been focusing on more generalized content, including modules specific to D&D 3.5. As of this year, I’m learning … Continue reading

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Biweekly Monster-Cerada

Cerada (plural Ceradae, pronounced Ser-ah-dah, Ser-ah-dae) are part of an attempt, along with Brachyids, to introduce tool-using semi-sentient creatures into my campaign that are incapable of advanced language and less likely to negotiate than the sentient races. It seems that … Continue reading

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Biweekly Monster-Brachyids

Brachyids are a large specimen of crab that is half sentient. They use and create tools for fishing and warfare, but their communication is rudimentary and primal, hardly to be considered a language. They are more or less tribal in … Continue reading

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Biweekly Item-Amulet of the Ravenous

“That’s a disturbing piece,” Pahrn fingered an amulet on display. The distorted face depicted on it was partially feathered and conveyed desperation. “Ah,” the shopkeeper became excited. “Found in a gnomish tomb at the base of the ospryte cliffs. It … Continue reading

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Temple of Craith

  “Welcome! The people tell me you’re willing to help with our beast problem. You will stay in my home and have anything you need from me at your disposal.” The Uknyer family rose to prominence when they amassed the resources to build a coastal fortress on the Glass Sea to protect the local peoples […]

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Biweekly Item-Pool of Earth

“It has been said,” the old crone coughed, “that as you hold a rabbit by the foot and lower it into acid, its luck will flee into the arrested foot and provide fortune to the bearer. But then again, how much luck could that rabbit have had to begin with?”

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Whispers of the Dead

Early readers of this blog will know that I favor undead as a monster type, largely due to their psychological versatility. I also like that—even more so than still corpses—their mere presence and nature can go a long way to … Continue reading

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Biweekly Monster-Praxist

Praxist undead are the product of those who die in a life so routine they do not notice their own death and continue on their daily business.

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Madman’s Vale

  “Welcome! The people tell me you’re willing to help with our beast problem. You will stay in my home and have anything you need from me at your disposal.” The Uknyer family rose to prominence when they amassed the resources to build a coastal fortress on the Glass Sea to protect the local peoples […]

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Play Report-Incurring the Wrath of Lolith

Having vanquished an invisible assailant in the the antechamber of the Temple of the Bones, the party decides to follow the line of red carpet leading down one of the many departing corridors. Benquil goes first, hugging the left wall. … Continue reading

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