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Only you can prevent us from printing a typo. Get on our discord and tell us how we wrote see instead of sea.

Monster manual samples for The Wyrd of Stromgard. If you missed our Kickstarter you can still get it at lostdutchman.itch.io and get in on our feedback discord to give us feedback before we print it.

Here's a sneak peak at something coming your way next week... I'll make an official announcement on friday!

We have 3 free scenarios at lostdutchman.itch.io if your looking for a way to play or want a game based on the Salish Sea human foot discoveries bit.ly/1BHlwIS we got you covered!

RT @KevinPetker@twitter.com

Here you go! Princess World - Short Story Edition is ready for your reading pleasure!

This release is intended to generate funds for initial custom art.

Signal boosts are GREATLY appreciated!

kpetker.itch.io/princess-world

πŸ¦πŸ”—: twitter.com/KevinPetker/status

One one hand our GM isn't feeling well so no Stromgard tonight but on the other some of us are FINALLY gonna play and I am SO EXCITED.

We won't be doing a second printing of the DM screen or the map so if you want one of those items head to our itch page.

this sheep is SO SICK

RT @41Strange@twitter.com

Hebridean sheep often grow two sets of horns

πŸ¦πŸ”—: twitter.com/41Strange/status/1

RT @AlexiSargeant@twitter.com

Just my humble opinion, but I think @Epidiah@twitter.com should create a special Kickstarter tier for where he spray-paints the game on the side of your van. That'd be appropriately metal for a game where adventurers turn themselves into wolves.
kickstarter.com/projects/epidi

πŸ¦πŸ”—: twitter.com/AlexiSargeant/stat

Another factoid is that a lot of skeptics/folklorists believe that the IRL inspiration for at least the Jackalope myth might come from the appearance of dramatic, hornlike tumors from the shope papilloma virus. (warning, it's pretty gnarly looking so google with care)

Meanwhile back in america, the Jackalope legends don't exist before about 1930, when some frontier bros decided to graft deer antlers on to their taxidermy rabbits. Since then, lots of stories about these slippery little beasts have popped up in sensationalist papers et al

This legend is mentioned in a few texts but also in the grandly named "Marvels of Things Created and Miraculous Aspects of Things Existing" by Zakariya Ib Muhammad Al-Qazwini. Scholars have often linked the Al Mi'raj to Unicorn motifs in other cultures as well.

The legend goes that Alexander the Great visited a remote island and saved its people and livestock from a dragon. In return, he was given a magical hare with a huge, single horn as a reward. In arabic, this mythical beast is called Al Mi'raj

is trending, let's talk about the Jackalope! In the american west, a lightning fast hare with antlers is a local legend/cryptid called the Jackalope but did you know the origin of this hunter-baffling animal is actually in islamic myth?

is trending, let's talk about the Jackalope! In the american west, a lightning fast hare with antlers is a local legend/cryptid called the Jackalope but did you know the origin of the Jackrabbit is actually in islamic myth?

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