So it’s that time again when the carnival rolls up it’s ‘for One Month Only’ signs, puts the clowns back in their boxes and moves on to pastures new. The next carnival can be found over at Critical Hits on the subject of ‘Transitions and Transformation’.
So how did we do this month? We’ll I can honestly say that I never expected it to be this busy. Between hardware problems and my wife starting a new job last month I never did manage to contribute as much as I had hoped to myself but you guys more than made up for it!
I’ll steal an idea from our friend the Chatty DM and pick out a few highlights for me from the entries but don’t worry you’ll all get a mention…
Greywulf has managed to give me that final block in my religious military orders. I’ve long been stuck using Edding’s take on holy knights but this look has gave me something different to work with and isn’t just focusing on the knights.
Both The Core Mechanic and Exchange of Realities outdid themselves with the sheer number of entries and each and every post they made has put new ideas in to my head on how to run religion in my games.
Every blogger that took part has managed to give me a new insight in to how we as roleplayers both see religion as well as use religion in our games so well done for that!
And so on to the roll of entries:-
Donny The DM
The Core Mechanic
The Crs’tchen Debacle…
Real-life Clerics: TSR Hobbies needs you
The New Cleric is the Old Cleric
The New Cleric is the Old Cleric – Part 2
The New Cleric is the Old Cleric – Part 3
The New Cleric is the Old Cleric – Part 4
The New Cleric is the Old Cleric – Part 5
The Opiate of the Masses
Religion in Eden
Initiative or What?
Here Walk No Gods
Flavouring a Game World with Religion
Exchange of Realities
Superstition in a Fantasy World
Color in the Pews
On The Creation of Gods
Do Gods Need Religion
Interlinking Gods and Domains
The First Requirement of Religion
When Religions Meet
Religion and Divergence
Religion and the Individual
RPG Blog II
Religion in our Homebrew
Of Men And Gods
Monotheistic religions in roleplaying
Monsters and Manuals
Govgim Dahl, The Reluctant Demi-God
Mad Brew Labs
Worlds in a Handful of Dice
The Good Gaming Blog
Religions Effects on Dungeons and Dragons
That’s me in the corner
Now it’s time to get started on this months topic!