Monthly Archives May 2020

[List] – 20 Fake chemical compounds

A chemical compound, according to Wikipedia, is “a chemical substance composed of many identical molecules (or molecular entities) composed of atoms from more than one element held together by chemical bonds.” The names of some totalty made up-randomised chemical compounds are listed below. What they are used for is up to you.

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D20 Compound
1 Alumous hexsodine
2 Amphium pyrurine
3 Cyclo-dimericide vanide
4 De-triferuvene collate
5 Desoddate alkide
6 Diamous peryllide
7 Dodite visinide
8 Estic permethol
9 Glycium alybol
10 Glycous gerastine
11 Glyide alkicium
12 Hypoactenous visyl
13 Ketous pentavani...
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[World Anvil] – Tembius – Time & travel/movement

Tembius – Time & travel/movement

“Watch your words foolish one. You know who I am and what I am capable of. Through the power of my God I can not only kill you, but make it so you never existed and every last particle of you would be aware as He unmade your very essence…” 

– High Cleric of Tembius – Battle of Stondar, Legends of Before the Barrier

  Pronunciation : Tem-be-us 

Introduction

 Like many others, Tembius had another name in their mortal life. Tembius in Terrex means “Explorer” and lends some weight to the stories that that particular Great-House was his home. The god of time, travel, movement and to a lesser degree exploration. When starting on a long journey, it is a common practice to give an offering or to seek his blessing through a quick prayer.  

Early L...

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[Weekly Update] – 27th of May 2020

Another quick one this week as it’s getting warm and humid again here  at this of the morning!

PDFs

I put the latest PDF, due out this week “Rumour Generator Sci-Fi edition” back a week, to re sync things up with a a new PDF out the first Monday, then the next two weeks later. It was bugging me for a while, but with months being what they are, it happens every now and then.

World Anvil

Last weeks article was an update/tweak of a previous one and ties in a bit more with the  article about the Goddess of the Forge – The Forge of the Supreme Weapon

World Anvil Article Page

World Anvil Easthalen Page

Other Stuff

There has been a lot of chat on social media about a certain person (who I shall not name here) still working for a company...

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[List] – Celtic Deitiy Names

Continuing the series of “names from various cultures and groups around the world” related to deitys or powerful spirit like beings – This week is the turn of the Celts. The Celts are a collection of Indo-European peoples of Europe identified by their use of the Celtic languages and other cultural similarities. (for more info: wikipedia). Some of the names listed below may be variations or alternate names for the same entity. Without searching, how many of these do you recognize?

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D20 Celtic.
1 Amaethon
2 Badb
3 Banba
4 Brian
5 Cuchulainn
6 Dian Cecht
7 Dylan
8 Esus
9 Grannus
10 Gwyddion
11 Herne
12 Ma...
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[World Anvil] – Forge of the Supreme Weapon (repost)

Forge of the Supreme Weapon

Each time she swung her hammer against the metal I swear the sparks would change colour. One moment they are bright red, the next an amazing green, then a sky-blue. I was later told this was the reaction of her hammer and the anvil, moulding the power provided by the flames of the forge itself. Each spark was a manifestation of the Holy Blacksmith into the material plane. Each blow of the hammer was a prayer, each folding of metal an offering. If the smith was worthy and said the right words, Her spirit would become imbued into the weapon or armour, improving the quality of even the most humble of pieces.

 The Forge of the Supreme Weapon (FSW) is an unusual item in that it is used to make other items...

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