Lily Archive

  • Deadly Gardens: Phoenix Lily (D&D 5e) The 5e-conversion of the Phoenix Lily clocks in at 5 pages, 1 page front cover, 1/2 page SRD/editorial, leaving us with 3.5 pages of content, so let’s take a look!   After a brief introduction to the subject matter at hand, we are introduced to two magic items: The uncommon specimen jar, which conserves 1/2 cubic foot of material, preserving it. (Yes, including information on putting things inside or drawing forth items.) and the second being the very rare fecund totem: Vegetation within 600 feet of the totem becomes overgrown as if affected by plant growth, which is btw. not italicized in the pdf. The totem also grants all plant creatures +2 hit points […]

    Deadly Gardens: Phoenix Lily (D&D 5e)

    Deadly Gardens: Phoenix Lily (D&D 5e) The 5e-conversion of the Phoenix Lily clocks in at 5 pages, 1 page front cover, 1/2 page SRD/editorial, leaving us with 3.5 pages of content, so let’s take a look!   After a brief introduction to the subject matter at hand, we are introduced to two magic items: The uncommon specimen jar, which conserves 1/2 cubic foot of material, preserving it. (Yes, including information on putting things inside or drawing forth items.) and the second being the very rare fecund totem: Vegetation within 600 feet of the totem becomes overgrown as if affected by plant growth, which is btw. not italicized in the pdf. The totem also grants all plant creatures +2 hit points […]

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  • Deadly Gardens Volume I: Phoenix Lily The first supplement released by Rusted Iron Games clocks in at 5 pages, 1 page front cover, 1/2 page of SRD, leaving us with 3.5 pages of content, so let’s take a look!   The Deadly Gardens-series obviously depicts uncommon plant creatures at an affordable price – the creature herein being the Phoenix Lily – but before we dive into that one, I should mention the two magic items provided in the beginning, the first of which elicited a “D’OH, why didn’t I think of it?”-response – the Specimen Jar allows you to collect sample, which then remain fresh – whether it’s volatile, fast decaying material of the foes you research, seeds of odd […]

    Deadly Gardens Volume I: Phoenix Lily

    Deadly Gardens Volume I: Phoenix Lily The first supplement released by Rusted Iron Games clocks in at 5 pages, 1 page front cover, 1/2 page of SRD, leaving us with 3.5 pages of content, so let’s take a look!   The Deadly Gardens-series obviously depicts uncommon plant creatures at an affordable price – the creature herein being the Phoenix Lily – but before we dive into that one, I should mention the two magic items provided in the beginning, the first of which elicited a “D’OH, why didn’t I think of it?”-response – the Specimen Jar allows you to collect sample, which then remain fresh – whether it’s volatile, fast decaying material of the foes you research, seeds of odd […]

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  • One of the Best Comics you Never Read So what exactly do you get when you cross the Wizard of Oz with a back drop of the Color Purple? Well you get an epic adventure called Bayou. It’s the tale of a little black girl named Lee who’s on a quest with a Jazz playing Swamp Beast on a quest to save her father and her best friend and play mate (who happens to be white). Now for those of you reading this who are not familiar with the Color Purple, it was set during some extremely hostile racial times (at least for black folk). Of course you know the Wizard of Oz (which coincidentally was also set  in racially hostile times) gives us a whimsical tale […]

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    One of the Best Comics you Never Read So what exactly do you get when you cross the Wizard of Oz with a back drop of the Color Purple? Well you get an epic adventure called Bayou. It’s the tale of a little black girl named Lee who’s on a quest with a Jazz playing Swamp Beast on a quest to save her father and her best friend and play mate (who happens to be white). Now for those of you reading this who are not familiar with the Color Purple, it was set during some extremely hostile racial times (at least for black folk). Of course you know the Wizard of Oz (which coincidentally was also set  in racially hostile times) gives us a whimsical tale […]

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