The Morrigan, Chapter One

The Morrigan, Chapter One

I thought I’d try my hand at some Bhaloidam play reports. I’ll focus mostly on the story, but discuss anything interesting we do with the rules as well. This storyworld is one I’ve been wanting to explore for some time and thanks to Aster, Lauren, and Yori – who’ve signed on to spin it with me on alternating Wednesdays, I now can!

Story Goals

Spin an alternate-world Arthurian mythos from the…

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‘Two Guys (For Every Girl)’ by PeachesJust one thing I can’t compromise…

‘Two Guys (For Every Girl)’ by Peaches
Just one thing I can’t compromise…

‘Templeton at the Fair’ by Paul Lynde & Agnes MooreheadI do like the high life. What you say intrigues me.

‘Templeton at the Fair’ by Paul Lynde & Agnes Moorehead
I do like the high life. What you say intrigues me.

‘Boys’ by Schaffer the Darklord & kristybeeMy favorite STD song just got a video.

‘Boys’ by Schaffer the Darklord & kristybee
My favorite STD song just got a video.

Let’s pretend the last couple of weeks didn’t happen.

Let’s pretend the last couple of weeks didn’t happen.

‘212’ by Azealia BanksSafe for weekend viewing. ;)

‘212’ by Azealia Banks
Safe for weekend viewing. ;)

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GATOR WITCH!

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GATOR WITCH!

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UM, what is this and why isn’t there a lesbian movie starring Judi Dench and Helen Mirren?! Ultimate older woman crushes.


I really need people to stop reposting this. I can only take so many breath-taking visual punches to the solar plexus before I pass out.

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UM, what is this and why isn’t there a lesbian movie starring Judi Dench and Helen Mirren?! Ultimate older woman crushes.

I really need people to stop reposting this. I can only take so many breath-taking visual punches to the solar plexus before I pass out.

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