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This Morning I Saw a Dragon Fly Over the Horizon. It’s a Good Thing We’ve Picked up Some New Adventurers to Kick Its Tail Feathers!

It’s been about two weeks and we’ve picked up a couple new followers to the blog.

@shamess joined the blog recently. He doesn’t have a link back to a blog of his own so I’m not able to do more than shout him out here, but I really appreciate you following the blog!

@siebelinkjohn John Siebelink recently joined the blog as well and writes the blog Crappie. It’s a bit of a multifaceted blog where John seems to focus not only on his life, and his personal philosophies, but on helping other people get where they want to be in life as well. Seems like a cool guy from the few posts I’ve read so far. Welcome to the party!

So the other thing is the blog is showing me that there are 301 followers of this blog out there but all I can see are the ones that follow me through the wordpress app. So if you’re following the blog let me know and I’ll give you a shout out on the next followers post!

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8 thoughts on “This Morning I Saw a Dragon Fly Over the Horizon. It’s a Good Thing We’ve Picked up Some New Adventurers to Kick Its Tail Feathers!”

    1. On page 89, Table 34 there is a note which states: “Priest characters can use their money only to purchase equipment and goods. Once all purchases are made, the priest character must return all but two or three of his remaining gold pieces to his superiors . . . Priests cannot lend any of their initial funds to other characters.”

      According to the way that Priests are subdivided that means that not only does the Cleric have to give up their money but so does the Druid and any other Priest subclass! The Paladin is considered a Warrior subclass so I believe that means that they can actually keep their leftover starting funds.

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