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Black Rainbow is a named +3 bastard or two-handed sword fashioned out of iridescent jet and magically sealed by the sorcery of Saigon the sphere-walker.

Props to Scott Dexter for bringing my attention to some of the most unusual and cool-looking dice I've ever seen - the Black/Starlight and Red, Gemini polyhedral 7-die set and d6 dice set. Great name, too!

I've just re-watched the entire original series of Jonny Quest.

One of my favorite episodes is called "The Invisible Monster." It left a strong impression on me as a child. It delves into the unknown and lets the audience imagine what the monster could be.

One of the things that makes watching toddler entertainment tolerable is nostalgia. If I have to watch an animated show meant for little kids, then it should be something cool from the 80's, damn it!

A year ago, I ran The Islands of Purple-Haunted Putrescence at a convention.

The World Walker, also known as Sphere Strider, is a new character class for Crimson Dragon Slayer. I'm posting the write-up here, in celebration of Crimson Dragon Slayer day (July 11th), as a sort of beta-test.

"The purple islands are not done with me, nor have I finished with them."

She's damaged goods. At least, that's what her ex-pimp used to say about her. Maybe that's why she put a short sword into his ribs.

I can't claim ownership of this name or idea. Forced to watch the Disney Jr. television show Jake and the Neverland Pirates, I saw this little character named King Zongo. He was a monkey and a pirate.

An idea for a weird/niche table popped into my head earlier today due to a recent viewing of The Gate. It's pretty self-explanatory and there's a wide variety of results (freaky, intriguing, gross, and silly). Enjoy!

What's Embedded in the Wizard's Hand?

I was inspired by reading RPGpundit's latest blog post.

A couple years ago, I ordered some old weird DVDs from Sinister Cinema. So naturally, they send me a quarterly catalog filled with forgotten gems both horrendous and sublime (occasionally both).