Triple Threat: Dybbuk

The dybbuk of Jewish folklore is a cruel possessing spirit that is the soul of someone who has not gone on to its afterlife or who is refusing to be reincarnating. They typically haunt their families but this is not always the case. Ousting a dybbuk usually requires a rabi or holy person who effectively […]

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Carpe Blogiem: The Chronicles of Ceteri Primer – Extrinsic Magic Part I

The last of the paranormal powers posts for The Chronicles of Ceteri is extrinsic magic (it might take two or three entries to do). Extrinsic magic (called “gramarye”) is probably the most common form of magic in the Chronicles setting. It can be understand by anyone willing to learn and meet its harsh requirements. These casters […]

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Triple Threat: Piranha Locust

Piranha locusts are large, cat-sized insects that outwardly locust-appearing except they are colored charcoal grey with hues of black and red and have scorpion tails with stingers. Sometimes called “Revelation’s Roaches” piranha locusts are big, mean, prone to swarming, and possess a unique set of jaws that allow them to rotate and pull their teeth […]

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Triple Threat: Therasal

Therasal (or stone quills as they are more commonly called) are a strange mixture of badger, pangolin, porcupine, and canine with eight legs, octagonal scales, long spines, and a fuzzy down in places where their armor does not fully overlap. Their sharply pointed ears have fine tufts of fur that alert them to danger and […]

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