Questing GM proving that staying away from the many venomous critters of Borneo gives a LOT of time to blog : )
http://tenletter.wordpress.com/2008/09/01/carnival-critique/ http://tenletter.wordpress.com/2008/09/05/homebrewing-descent-jitd/ http://tenletter.wordpress.com/2008/09/07/pantheon-made-to-order/ A lovingly created full pantheon, created by Jatori, fleshed out in greater detail by follow up posts. As well as a bonus! tools and misc. helpers for newbie brewers, and a critique of the carnival in general. Avianfoo also gives us a homebrewed ruleset for use with the awesome Descent board game.
http://atoolongurl.blogspot.com/2008/09/4e-rules-mages-familiar.html Gomez gives us an excellent post on 4E familiars from Paper&Plastic.
http://exchangeofrealities.today.com/2008/09/11/homebrew-seeing-stars/ http://exchangeofrealities.today.com/2008/09/12/homebrew-bears-mentioning/ Rayvn's contribution, custom constellations, and how they can affect a world.
The indelible Graham, chiming in on how he likes his 'brew. (canadians and their brew...:-) ).
Nitessine reminding us of the delicious horror of a homebrew mashup.
Ishmayl breaks down another toughie, alignments beyond RAW.
Bob, over at the dice bag, lends his expertise (and memory) to show the heights of coolness a long running game can reach.
Tomkat1066 has moved to a new address, and given us a nice compilation of his homebrew burned lands campaign.
Mike Mearls honors me with his addition to the carnival. Another alignment system that scoffs at such silly concepts as law and evil...it's all about association, and motivation.
Madbrewlabs gives us a faction/allegiance subsytem from their in-development homebrew world.
Faustus gives us the d20 past game I always wanted to play - Infernal Victorian England!!
Chatty's entry, campaign prep notes...good stuff there!
Reverend Mike's entry, a nasty little critter name of...James.
http://blog.microlite20.net/2008/09/05/blog-carnival-homebrew-and-me/ Greywulf and his homemade board game - Rogue Trader.
Storyteller gives us a firearms based homebrew class that has me thinking of...sandalwood...and dark towers...hmmmm.
Scott gives us one last look at the awesomeness of homebrew alignments.
http://neartpk.blogspot.com/2008/09/why-thats-pyrosphynx.html http://neartpk.blogspot.com/2008/09/wait-where-are-webcrawling-spiders-in.html http://neartpk.blogspot.com/2008/09/spider-monsters-for-4e-part-5-spider.html http://neartpk.blogspot.com/2008/09/spider-monsters-for-4e-part-2-aranea.html http://neartpk.blogspot.com/2008/09/spider-monsters-for-4e-part-3-narleth.html http://neartpk.blogspot.com/2008/09/spider-monsters-for-4e-part-4.html http://neartpk.blogspot.com/2008/09/full-party-initiative.html And Gregor comes in with a whopping pile of 'Brew just in the nick of time!
I'd like to thank you all for participating. I hope you all enjoyed the work and content as much as I did. Apologies for the earlier laziness. No excuses offered, just a sorry. I hope this is more like what you were expecting.
If I missed anyone, please yell at me in the comments section, you will be added. Thank you.