This is a May of the Dead post, part of a a Blog Carnival hosted by The Going Last Podcast. As you may surmise the May of the Dead post has to do with undead, in this post The Wanderer, an Athasian who is famous for exploring the mysteries of the Dark Sun world tracks down Hak'Trin, rare undead thri-kreen.
The first of a whole slew of Dark Sun articles for DDI this month!
By Chris Perkins
House Tsalaxa uses various legitimate trade ventures to conceal its blackmail, espionage, and assassination schemes. Its representatives are feared for their ruthlessnessand for their ability to strike without mercy when threatened. However, Athas holds forces even more ruthless than House Tsalaxa, as a band of adventurers is about to find out.
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An assortment of weapons used by the birdmen from the Sands of Athas netzine for AD&D 2nd edition.
"The skimmers crew took the news surprisingly well. Neren and Enamdis called a brief halt and gathered them together below the quarterdeck to explain what was likely chasing us and to make preparations for a possible night attack."
A part of The Sands of Athas netzine, Perilous Pages: Spellbooks and Scrolls Under the Dark Sun discusses the unique role of spellbooks on Athas. An article for any edition.
This place resonates with echoes of long forgotten wars. While the names of those forgotten may never be uttered again, their deeds live on in glimpses of psychic memories. This article explains two Fantastic Terrain powers usable anywhere on Athas for 4th Edition D&D.
Tramatic Turbulence is a High-Science psionic power created from one of Troy Denning's novels for AD&D 2nd edition rules.It was first featured in the Sands of Athas netzine.
We heard the cry of the lookout, perched upon his small platform near the top of the skimmers mainmast, and saw the vessel alter course towards us.
A dwarf pursues his Focus to find an ancient dwarven ruin.
The fun starts off with this editorial