What happened here recently?
00:26 - New campaign DW campaign–with pirates!
What should I be on the lookout for?
06:23 - Overview
07:23 - The Adventure Builder starter
10:01 - Discern Realities one-sheet starter
What here is not what it appears to be?
13:07 - Mission-oriented Dungeon World
16:17 - Bolster
What here is useful or valuable to me?
21:35 - The Knight of Mums
24:41 - Keeper of the Blood of Lursiss
What is about to happen?
29:30 - Our ongoing comic strip AP featuring the story of St. Evelyn the White
31:00 - Rations
34:40 - The Mad Saint
Adventure Builder by John Lewis
Discern Realities by Dirk Leichty
Create a magic item, custom move, or monster inspired by the Keepers of the Gauntlet titles, which can be found here. More details:
- You can submit as many entries as you wish.
- 250 word limit for each entry.
- Send to firstname.lastname@example.org or post in the comments of a Discern Realities post on G+.
- Deadline for submissions is March 1st, 2018.
- Winner receives $25 and will be invited to co-host an episode of the show. Up to two runners-up will each win $25.
by Greg Gelder
On the morning of the third week, after the first leaves turn, the people of the eastern valley hold the harvest of the mums. The bright, rainbow colored flowers are gathered in large canvas bags and brought to the festival scaffold. There, the spry and able ascend and descend the wire knight form on patterned silks, weaving flowers as they go. When the light wanes the evenings drinking of mead and other honeyed liquors begin. When, at last, the valley people retire for the evening the Knight of Mums awakens.
Until the first snowfall, this un-sleeping golem can not die and protects the valley from all who would come to take the final harvests. The same wire lattice is used each year.
Knight of Mums
Solitary, Huge, Construct, Magical
Honeyed Blade d10+3 reach, forceful
20 HP 4 Armor
Instinct: To Protect the Innocent
- Produce a cloud of choking pollen
- Heal or re-animate through water and sun
- Shape and twist the wind
by James Hardie
The Legendary Druid Lursiss, concerned that his war to ensure the primacy of the wild and destroy the empires of men would take longer than one lifetime concocted a way to continue his war beyond his years. He did not choose the path of undeath, but instead constructed grim altars deep within the woods wherein he performed a ritual to bind his will to his bloodline, allowing his soul to possess his progeny upon his death. He needed to repeat the process with each new body, so Lursiss’ grim altars can be found in several dark corners of the world, and while his ritual is believed to have died with him his altars can be used by those seeking the reverse effect- seperation from ones forbears. The ritual of unbirth is decidedly unpleasant - it begins with a bath of raw eggs, and gets far worse before it gets better. When finished the ritual leader (who may or may not be the target doing this to himself) rolls +CHA. On a hit the target is mystically severed from his ancestors- Free from any ancestral curses or boons, any strange legacies or even mundane responsibilities. All memories anyone has that connects him to his family is altered, save only the memories of the ritualist(s), and on a 10+ all written records that had mentioned the targets connection to his family are also altered. The target becomes someone with no origin or past.