So, it’s a little hard writing here when our ISP decided all on their own that we had canceled our internet. But with the use of phone data, here I am.
After a far too long pause, we had another session.
While pondering dwarves the other day, I decided that I needed a general timeline for my world. So I made one. It’s based on the dragon year count, because the dragons would be the ones that remember the furthest past.
It’s nice to have something to place ancient happenings in. It can make the world more grounded, and educated people in the setting could actually know these things, because there was someone around to remember (or write) it in a way that didn’t happen in our world.
I’ve made a pretty little book for normal pyromancers in my setting. It contains basically all the rules for them, and their normal spells. The spells are somewhat similar to the GLOG format.
Okay, so it’s been a long while since I posted anything. I’ve been busy (blame school and the spex). Actually, I’m still quite busy as my exam is in just a week and I’ve got some other deadlines coming up as well. Anyways, here’s a question: what is the place of spellcasters? What to they do? There are several different answers to that question, and it might be benificial to consider where your casters stand.
Pondering the ritual magic system of my campaign.
Wow here’s the little wounding table I currently use.