Skip to content

Sunday Reading

Today is the fourth Sunday of Pascha, the Sunday of the Paralytic.

Today’s Epistle is The Acts of the Saintly and Pure Apostles, 9:32–42.

Today’s Gospel is The Holy Gospel According to Saint John, 5:1–15.

Only a small roll this week, so use it in a roll-under game and not for damage.

D4: The Last Trial

This past week marked the anniversary of the last witchcraft trial in Salem, Massachusetts. Amazed that such trials happened three hundred years ago? Well, then consider this one occurred in 1878, after the US Civil War and a mere 141 years ago.

D8: Sometimes Good People Stand Silent

John Stuart Mill said in the Inaugural Address at University of St. Andrews, “Bad men need nothing more to compass their ends, than that good men should look on and do nothing.” It is one of many versions of the common maxim, “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.”

Here is one instance where good men stood silent in order for the good to prevail.

D12: Excellent Paper Minis

Shaun Sunday came to my attention with a tweet showing his gaming setup. After a brief exchange I found out he does them himself and the minis are free on his Deviant Art page. I recommend you check them out.

Video of the Week

I don’t watch Game of Thrones so I have no idea of the context of half this video.

I have known the the context of the other half since the late 1970s.

The mashup is still funny as hell.


If you enjoyed this post, sign up for my newsletter. Once (and sometimes twice) a month you'll get updates on my writing, life, and brand new fiction.

Published inUncategorized

One Comment

  1. Crystal Crystal

    I got to see the area in Salem where the witch trials happen when I was in Massachusetts in 1994. Very creepy feeling to be there and think of all the women who were killed for being “witches”. Also, the Official Witch of Salem, Laurie Cabot, had a shop nearby that was pretty cool.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.