The former kings of Slothjemia section has been updated to include Manfriedreich IV, the father of the current Empress, Reichsha. Sometime in the not too distant future she will also be added to the list. It should be noted that virtually all of the D&D games we played in college took place during the reign … Continue reading Monarch’s Updated
Added a new section the last couple of days and still fiddling with it to make it work. This will provide some more detail into past Kings of Slothjemia, which in turn will inspire more questions than it does provide answers. I find it comforting to turn to the old familiar things from time to … Continue reading New Section, Old Kings
When Grundoon awoke the next morning, he still felt cheerful about Karpaburg. He finally had a place that he could go anywhere, speak to anyone, and didn’t need Trangdor to communicate for him. It was just like being home. He was going to see the mayor, and Jandle would be the only one accompanying him. … Continue reading The Governor-General’s Oath; Chapter 26
It is time once again for another sale over at the TeePublic site, so this is the time to once again binge and buy half a dozen Slothjemian shirts. Ok, that might not be the best idea, but nevertheless, they are having a sale. Working on another design for "the Deadling Brothers, Bedlam & Breakage … Continue reading Another T-Shirt Sale!
Having given up Facebook recently, I find that I have a good deal more time on my hands for the things that still don't matter, and yet seem more important because my primary distraction has been eliminated. Rather than spend countless hours browsing pictures of other people's vacations, watching their romances flourish and wither, and … Continue reading Let the Rewrites Commence!
Once the party had stashed their bags, armor, and sundry items in their rooms, they headed out to find the mayor. Everyone wore their coats, as the temperature had dropped precipitously when the sun had set. It felt as though it was going to snow, the air was crisp and the wind that whipped like … Continue reading The Governor-General’s Oath; Chapter 25
When I decided to go ahead and write what would become a four-book saga detailing the exploits of an orcish general, I asked a number of people to read it and give me some feedback and maybe some notes on editing. I asked one of my cousins, a friend from college, my step-daughter, my wife, … Continue reading In my defense, I had asked for an editor…
Grundoon and his entourage said their good-byes to the patrons of the roadhouse, a process that took considerably longer than he thought it might. The bartender, who they now know was named Hektor, had paid for their first round himself, and Grundoon had paid for their second round as well as a round for everyone … Continue reading The Governor-General’s Oath; Chapter 24
As the group gathered in the morning to head out, Jandle found a gunny sack to put the severed orc head in and slung it from Grundoon’s saddle. The people that were heading to their homes were riding in a cart that Shr Gelbrand had provided, along with one of his servants. Although still quite … Continue reading The Governor-General’s Oath; Chapter 23
For as long as there have been mirrors, there have been superstitions and myths surrounding them. Nowhere is this more true than in Domum, a world of magic and wonder mixed with a healthy dose of paranoia and dread. If something can be understood to be of sinister intent, it will certainly be so in … Continue reading It’s all done with Mirrors