“You’d do well to pay heed to Ildavir, if you’re traveling through the Wild! She’s everywhere: in the trees, the animals, even the grass sways for her glory.
I hear Old Gubbins met her last year, when ‘e was on a trapping run up Bearclaw Gorge. Says she came out of the woods, bold as can be, and gave ‘im a speech about paying homage to the animals ‘e hunts, givin’ back to the forest and all that.
‘Course, Gubbins drinks like a fish and has a head like a mule. Like as not ‘e jus’ spent a week tipplin’ up there, and talked ‘is head off to an oak or summin’.
Still. Can’t be too careful with them divine types.” Continue reading “Ildavir, Goddess of Nature”
Here you can find the third and penultimate of my carousing tables for DCC RPG. I made this one for Wizards, Elves and possible other arcane spellcasters…as with the Thief Carousing Table and Cleric Carousing Table, the entries represent not so much “pure” carousing as the General Carousing Table, but rather a mixture of thaumaturgic drinking and down-time arcane studies for the more-or-less adept characters of the wand-and-pointy-hat persuasion. Continue reading “Carousing Table – Wizard”
“Some people say building gibbets at crossroads is just a way to humiliate doomed criminals further, to let passing travelers know that the region is ruled and protected by the laws of a stout lord.
This may surely be the case now, but originally the habit of leaving the judged dead for the crows was a mercy. It was done to let Grandfather Malotoch guide them to their just rewards in the afterlife, to make sure that those misguided souls who had strayed from their path in this life would find their destination in the next.” Continue reading “Malotoch, the Carrion Crow God”
Here you can find the second of my carousing tables for DCC RPG. I made this one for Clerics and their ilk…the entries represent not so much “pure” carousing as the General Carousing Table, but rather a mixture of holier-than-thou drinking and (holy) divers down-time sacred endeavours for the more-or-less faithful characters of the cloth. Continue reading “Carousing Table – Cleric”