What happened here recently?
00:00:27 - Gloomhaven
What should I be on the lookout for?
00:12:13 - Codex is on DriveThru
What here is not what it appears to be?
00:13:50 - Recruit and Hirelings
What here is useful or valuable to me?
00:23:55 - The Cloak of Logan Stormbreaker
00:28:15 - The Glossary of Blades
What is about to happen?
00:31:56 - The ongoing comic strip AP featuring the story of St. Evelyn the White
00:33:31 - Marlene
00:38:05 - Resolve
Logan was part of a small group of wizards that referred to themselves as Storm Mages. He loved chasing storms with his groundhog familiar and divining the future based on lightning strikes. His most favored possession was his cloak. When you don the Cloak of Logan Stormbreaker a groundhog will appear soon after and join you. When you decide to influence the weather explain how the cloak allows that and roll + Wis.
10+: Choose a weather type from the table below. Within a few minutes the weather type will center on you for a 1 mile radius for up to 24 hours. When the weather effects have ended your groundhog will collapse near death. You must nurse him back to health before you can use the cloak again. If your groundhog dies the magic in the cloak will disappear.
7 - 9: Roll 1d8 two times and choose between the two weather types from the table below. Within a few hours the weather type will center on you for a half mile radius for up to the next 12 hours. Your groundhog is weakened but will recover if you keep him safe.
6-: The GM determines which weather type centers on you for a 5 foot radius and for how long. Your groundhog acts tired and wants a nap.
1. Lightning storm
2. Blinding blizzard
3. High winds
4. Scorching heat
5. Thick fog
6. Heavy rain
7. Pelting hail
8. Freezing cold
by David Lombardo
Within the great Library Occulta is stored the Glossary of Blades. A great tome which includes depictions and descriptions of all weapons lost or forgotten. Buried between pages of simple swords and spears dropped by nameless soldiers in forgotten battles are descriptions of mythical weapons of legendary purpose, but only those whose locations are lost.
The Glossary of Blades allows each reader to draw a single lost blade from the pages of the book to claim as their own. Beware, the once lost weapons have a tendency to eventually return to the pages.
When you browse the Glossary of Blades for a weapon answer the following questions:
- What is the legend of this weapon, what great task was it used to accomplish?
- How does this weapon’s power threaten those it is used against? How does it threaten those who wield it?
- What must someone do to prove they are worthy to wield this weapon?
As you withdraw the weapon from the Glossary and claim it as your own Roll+INT,
On a 10+, the weapon is exactly as described in legends.
On a 7-9, the Glossary neglected some details, the GM will tell you the true answer to one of the questions above.
On a 6-, the GM will tell you of some dark secret hidden within this weapon. Perhaps it is sentient and malicious, it might require some personal cost to wield, or it may have unfinished business that is passed on to you.