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Oct 16

Forgotten Scrolls 56: Week 219

  The Forgotten Scrolls series is a weekly look at articles previously published during four years of blogging. Before the usual rummage through the dusty archives, I direct you to my regular guest post at Ennead Games. Here I reprint an old essay.   This article has been given a fresh edit, a little more polish, and …

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Oct 15

Writing Goals, 15th October, 2017

  Hi Everyone,   The builders are now four weeks into the project and at least one room is coming together. Last week also brought heightened stress for me as school was closed on Wednesday. I am really missing my quiet time and the writing is showing the strain.   Previously on Tales of a …

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Oct 14

Shadows of Ulubrae, Chapter 31, Part 2

  Another skipped session Interlude prep  Printing The Happiest Apocalypse on Earth   Once again, there is no roleplaying today. This always makes me sad. Yet I have other responsibilities and today I am caring for the boys. This scenario is not a good one for my writing, so I am using this time for …

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Oct 13

Oct ‘17 Carnival: GM Superstition

  The travelling RPG Blog Carnival continues to jump from one blog to another. I try to contribute every month, although a topic can catch my imagination and lead to a long series, such as the 2017 February topic.   In October, the traditional Carnival host is Scot Newbury at Of Dice and Dragons. The …

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Oct 12

Songs of Ulubrae: Chapter 30

  Changed in His Turn . Noon, Marketday, Secret Week, Delve Season, 1017.   For a moment, the Heroes just stared at Arrluk, slightly shocked at the intensity of his violent response to the thugs. Umiaq’s cloak crooned approval. Arrluk’s practical nature reasserted itself and he asked Chunky to take care of the remaining corpse. …

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