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I have written for many roleplaying games, and was the Line Editor for Ars Magica for 14 years. Read more about my publications here. (In Progress)

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Mimusubi Patreon Special Offer

To celebrate the release of the video about Shinto that I helped Greg Lam of Life Where I’m From to make, I am running a special offer on my Mimusubi Patreon.

Anyone who signs up before this month’s paid post (which will go up at 11:55pm Japan time on the 31st), and whose payment clears, will get one or more bonus essays. What you get depends on the level you sign up to.

$1

• Matsuri. The heart of Shinto practice.

$2

• Matsuri

• The Jinja Pack: At a Jinja, In a Jinja, and Shinto People

$5

• Matsuri

• The Jinja Pack: At a Jinja, In a Jinja, and Shinto People

• Matsuri In Detail: Kegarë and Haraë, Norito, Shinsen, and Kagura

$10

• Matsuri

• The Jinja Pack: At a Jinja, In a Jinja, and Shinto People

• Matsuri In Detail: Kegarë and Haraë, Norito, Shinsen, and Kagura

• Shinto in Society: Tennō: The Emperor in Shinto; Attitudes to Shinto; A History of Shinto; Yasukuni Jinja; Shinto in Anime and Manga; The Shinto Establishment

Obviously, everyone also gets this month’s essay, about the Daijōsai ritual performed at the accession of a new Tennō.

Existing patrons also get these bonus essays; the offer isn’t just for new supporters.

The essays will be sent out after payments have cleared; I am planning to do it on November 7th, as that is normally enough time. I will also contact people whose payments have not cleared, but note that Patreon does not tell me if payment problems are solved later. If your payment goes through late, you will still get the essays, but there may be a bit of a delay. If your payment for October does not go through, you will not get the bonus essays.

Thank you for your interest, and I hope that this tempts you into backing my Patreon.

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Before the Planting

The Cover ImageBefore the Planting is the most recent thing I have written for Torg Eternity on the Infiniverse Exchange.

This one is a short adventure, set in The Living Land, and involves gospog fields, which are a central part of the background for Torg Eternity. The Storm Knights have to chase kidnapped refugees through the jungle, avoiding natural hazards, and then ensure that they can get to safety. In short, it is supposed to be “classic” Living Land.
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