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Repairing the Injuries

On Monday, May 12th Year 4, at Matthias’ request a couple of Citadel House adventurers escort he and Barnabas (the head mason working on the temple) to Kite, intending to proceed from there to the knowledge dragon’s temple where Matthias … Continue reading

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Biweekly Monster-Soot Horror

Soot Horrors are things of legend and bedtime horror stories, so rare that there are doubts that they exist anymore. It is said they their life is a memory of a Phoenix’s permanent death. They are a hateful and unpredictable … Continue reading

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An Offering to the God of Knowledge

On May 5th, Year 4, a handful of Citadel House adventurers respond to a need to further open up the West Confluence River up river from Kite, in order to produce enough flow to float timbers down the river for … Continue reading

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The Pacing of Fear

I’ve been meaning to do some more writing on game design topics for Game Masters, having touched on aesthetics of play (specifically with traps) and negative possibility space in the past. One aspect of game design I’ve been focusing on … Continue reading

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A Bat in the Belfry

On Monday January 27th, two new chosen adventures arrive in Citadel through the portal. Warned by a tired Verdis that a blizzard will strike at noon, they decide to stay close to Citadel, investigating reports of sounds in the incomplete … Continue reading

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Saturday Spell-Fear

I don’t think we’ve done any mental spells yet, so we’re doing one today.  I was going to make the spell more interesting by making it a Mass Fear spell, but when I realized that would be both left and … Continue reading

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