Time change your Roll20 passwords, folks.
Anál nathrach, orth' bháis's bethad, do chél dénmha. The Charm of Making, an incantation repeatedly uttered by both Merlin and Morgana, is in an Old Gaelic dialect that translates to "Serpent's breath, charm of death and life, thy omen of making."
If you are in the market for a really nice piece of custom artwork, especially a custom avatar, do yourself a favor and commission one from @artisticfennec
Here is mine.
Related to my last toot is the wonderful "Magicians and the Colours of Magic". If you don't have a look at anything else in the OSR House Rules, give this a look-over
This is the single best way to make your OSR game more "Swords and Sorcery" and less ordinary.
Here are my favorite OSR House Rules. May you enjoy them as much as I do.
**Bayt al Azif #1: A magazine for Cthulhu Mythos roleplaying games**
Cthulhu Invictus Review
The 12 G's of Gritty Gaming For D&D 5e
How Dungeon Masters can use aesthetics, settings, and themes for grittier gaming in D&D 5e. Grittier worldbuilding and roleplaying.
Thinking I need another player for my Spelljammer game as we've had a few drop out. Have a look at https://www.tavern-keeper.com/campaign/3934/about if you are interested...
The Ravenloft Remix: Strahd is the Land, but the Land is a Little Lacking
I find it awesome and encouraging to see so many #G+Refugees arriving here.
How to hack Ravenloft to make it more gameable
The Ravenloft Remix: Death to Tragic Backstories
The Ravenloft Remix: Death to Tragic Backstories https://talesofthegrotesqueanddungeonesque.blogspot.com/2018/10/the-ravenloft-remix-death-to-tragic.html
Information Security geek, Old School RPG nerd, and wannabe fiction writer.
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