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Uroxi can sense chaos, and have magic against chaos. So how does this apply to Lunar deities? Most Lunars are not, obviously, tainted by chaos. The major Lunar cult strictures heavily discourage using chaotic magic. But that connection to chaos is still there. The Lunar cults are sort of chaos-adjacent--they have the ability to convert a rune into chaos, after all. So what does an Uroxi sense around Lunar holy places and artifacts? Do they feel chaotic? One reason I'm asking is my players are in a situation where they're trying to steal a relic of Yara Aranis from a Lunar temple. I need to figure out what my Uroxi player senses and how applicable his Eternal Battle rune might be toward the cults he's encountering.
Would I be right in thinking that on Reaching Moon Day the magic that maintains the Glowline is refreshed with sacrifice. The rites begins at dawn, and continues all day and night, culminating before the next Dawn. Does ayone know or care to speculate what these rites look like? Who performs them? what do they sacrifice? what does the magic look like?
Erianda the Red /ot A Lunar magician and assassin from the grim land of Spol, Erianda is a member of the Lunar College of Magic and a loyal follower of Tatius the Bright. Does anyone care to speculate or know which regiment or part of the Lunar Collge of Magic she is part of?
We have a cover courtesy of Duckmeister Stewart Stansfield. I've got 60+ pages of content lined up: Lightbringers Quest a different take on a familiar tale by Matt Ryan, which allows players and narrators new to HeroQuest and Glorantha dive right in and see what is special about the rules and setting. God Forgot, by Barry Blatt gives his take on this Zzaburi State within the Holy Country.. Light and Death is a Lunar Adventure set in Dara Happa by Neil Smith. The Awakening is an adventure by Scott Crowder set within exactly 500 Years after the Dragon Kill in Dragon Pass, where the heroes face being trapped in the Dream of a Dragon. Zirta an Umathelan City State setting in Pamaltera (Gloranthan’s southern Continent) by Simon Bray Why the Story is the Best, Mythological fiction by Dr Moose The Land of Flowers a mini-Kralora setting by myself, filled with Kick ass Kung Fu heroes and weird sinister adversaries. Currently the 'zine is in Editorial/Proofing/Art commission, and I'm looking to have it out by Oct/Nov. More details and updates via the Hearts in Glorantha Blog