Winters, Continued

Last time, I talked about this process that I call the “Winter Counts” which arose out of the character creation process found in Ehdrigohr: The role-playing game. I figured it was worth it to break down how this process actually works for me so that groups could try to do …

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Recounting the Winters

Ehdrigohr has been the beginning of many interesting discoveries and journeys for me over the last few years. When I set out to make it I was never quite sure what it would end up being. I didn’t know what I would end up finding in it. More importantly, I …

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What Moves within the Council

It’s been a while since I really checked in so I thought I’d give folks a look at what has been going on in the world of the Council Of Fools. Ehdrigohr First and foremost continues to be Ehdrigohr. I’m still writing it and developing it though I’ve hit many …

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Line in the Snow: Part 5

Screams and groans and shrieks seemed to be coming from everywhere. Sinnik’tok could feel a burning, turning, in his chest. His heart pounded in his ears and his breath had grown quicker and raspy, escaping from him in steamy plumes in the cold air. The cold north wind had picked …

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Line in the Snow: Part 4

The first thing worth noting when engaging in the practice of stepping is that it is a very rare ability possessed only by powerful wielders of the mysteries and not for the faint of heart. Most people have heard of stepping  but few have actually seen it done, and even …

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Line in the Snow: Part 3

The sun finally disappeared behind distant mountains and the redness in the sky faded to blues and purples that were quickly washed over by a wave of gray clouds that ushered in a steady stream of falling snow. Four warriors lay in a circle, feet towards the tower and heads …

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Line in the Snow: Part 2

While preparations for the night were being completed, the sun descended further on the horizon causing the growing red sky to be reflected in the snowy tundra making giving the entire area a certain reddish/orange hue. The cold air had taken on a certain damp sharpness that suggested the possibility …

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