New Page: Declaration of the Unified Rights of Humanity (DURH)

This is something I have posted and then deleted, much like my page The 7 Philosophical Pillars for Peace within Humanity. As with the previous document, I find myself driven to post this again so that I have it here so I can reference and work on it, and so that others can benefit from […]

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Halaster Blackcloak - Dungeon of the Mad Mage

On to Dungeon of the Mad Mage!!

Hurriedly, we finished Dragon Heist on Sunday (Nov 18) by compressing the last part of the adventure so we could finish the adventure and hurry to the reward. We are a more honorable group who worked mostly with the Harpers (4 people) and the Lords Alliance (2 people), I think, so we gave the money back from the heist to the coffers of Waterdeep at Laerel Silverhand’s request.

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Waterdeep - Dragon Heist

Intersectional Character History for Valeriana Estelmer and Dathana Kell (Narrative)

This is the will be the text of the Intersectional Character History for my character, Durden Multae (changeling monk), and Kyle’s character, Valeriana Estelmer (human wizard) for the Waterdeep: Dragon Heist campaign we will be starting this Sunday (23 Sep 2018). 

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Waterdeep - Dragon Heist

Starting a New D&D Campaign – Waterdeep: Dragon Heist (RPG)

Generally, because I tend to write about politics more than naught, I do not write about RPG stuff very often, but I will try to do that a little more to give you all a little wider of a window into that aspect of my life. So, here is the run down of the next campaign we will play and my character.

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Flash Fiction – “Callie, Morning Drama” (~ 1,030 words, modern)

Note: This is sort of a prequel to my first flash fiction attempt titled Flash Fiction – “Callie” (~ 700 words, modern). Melanie stood there with her hands thrust angrily upon her hips as she looked up the dark wooden staircase and then yelled “Callie, hurry up or you will be late for school. Conner’s principal […]

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