Known to many as the great dragon-god, Derrezen is a legendary terror that even demon lords and divine beings try to avoid. With a wingspan that approaches 200 feet in length, tales of the great wyrm blotting out the sun as he flies overhead are barely exaggerated. Fortunately for most, the dragon-god spends most of his time atop his hoard of treasure, and can sleep for years at a time.
In 1941, the people of the United States got their first taste of a superhero known as Captain America. This star-spangled soldier introduced himself to the world by punching Adolf Hitler in the face. Can’t get more American than that, right?
Too bad Cap’s creators Joe Simon and Jack Kirby got death threats over it.
I don’t put much stock in New Year’s resolutions, but I do see January as a month for new starts. The new year is filled with new opportunities and challenges. As the parent of two rapidly growing children, here’s what I foresee in 2018.
George Washington is one of the seminal figures in US history. He saw the fledgling nation through the Revolutionary War, served as the first president under the current constitution, and had the wisdom to give up power so as to encourage a peaceful transition to the next leader. Also, he might possibly have been bulletproof.
Superman has fought many evils during his 80 years of existence, from Lex Luthor’s kryptonite robot to Lois Lane’s attempt to become a singer. His bravery and determination have helped him come out the winner every time. However, none of them quite compare to his biggest victory: the time he defeated the Ku Klux Klan.
What is the secret history of Christmas? How did Superman defeat the KKK? Could George Washington really have been bulletproof?
Our mundane lives are filled with odd facts, strange conspiracies, and secret origins. My new blog, Time for Backstory, is dedicated to a weekly exploration of the weird history in our mundane lives. In honor of the holiday season, the inaugural post delves into the phrase “Happy holidays” and the very racist history behind the supposed “War on Christmas.”
Want to add a kobold paladin, a pixie sorcerer, or a goblin ranger to your Pathfinder game? This week’s TRAILseeker provides tips for incorporating these monstrous PCs into any existing game. It includes new character traits for players who want to explain why their monstrous PCs walk the surface world and how they integrate into “normal” society. Support the TRAILseeker Patreon to get this article and more!