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D&D Chronicles: Tomb of Horrors - part 1

ZILLAH

It’s our third day in this godawful place — the garishly (yet aptly) named Tomb of Horrors. It is by far the most treacherous maze we’ve faced and, so soon after my 20th name day, I can’t help wondering if I will see the next. 790 more words

Fantasy

Washington's Yakima Valley: A Dinosaur Herd and A Giant Teapot

Roadside attractions were popularized during the heyday of United States early, long distance, automobile travel. The back roads of the U.S. highway system are still littered with quirky tourist attractions thought up by the town leaders to convince the motoring public to visit and spend money – statues of flying saucers, tunnels through redwood trees, the world’s largest strawberry, largest yo-yo, largest Paul Bunyan statue, home of the world’s tallest man. 53 more words

Destinations And Tips

D&D Chronicles: To Kyam by water and dust

ZILLAH

The haft of the Flail of Wind and Rain is to be found in the Tomb of Horrors. Or so the wizened creature Oramoot says. 1,305 more words

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Cain's Wife?

Today, after our church service to which I preached on the ministry of reconciliation found in 2nd Corinthians 5:19, I was confronted with a question from one of our brother in the church. 904 more words

Theology

D&D Chronicles: In the hanging gardens

ZILLAH

Alas, the Derros still have the skystone. The lump of star metal needed to forge the flail.

Our party is forlorn but, thanks to Alix, intact. 1,541 more words

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D&D Chronicles: Operation Skystone not going too well

Race for the skystone

ZILLAH

Before us lies a massive circular depression, rock and soil churned up in chunks, vegetation flattened for hundreds of paces all around. 1,634 more words

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D&D Chronicles: A prophecy and a falling star

Five must fight with one accord
Ere the lost eye be restored
Ere the drums begin to call
Ere the lost stars shine again
Ere the mighty golem falls… 510 more words

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