Sat Jul 23, 2016 9:56 pm  
Postfest XVIII (Richfest 2016): Figurines of Wondrous Power!

Postfest XVIII (Richfest 2016): Figurines of Wondrous Power! has now ended.

First, we have a recap of the original Postfest XVIII (Richfest 2016): Figurines of Wondrous Power!announcement:

Welcome to Postfest XVIII (Richfest 2016): Figurines of Wondrous Power!

This Postfest will focus on less well known Figurines of Wondrous Power! Here are some suggestions as to what to include in your entries:

Magic item entries for Figurines of Wondrous Power include not only the type and number of animals in a set of such figurines, but the material they are made from; usually some sort of precious or semi-precious stone. Apart from that, such entries include rules for the use of these figurines (i.e. what they do in-game). Considering the variety of rules systems out there, some people might not be so inclined to include such crunchy bits, but I think it would be helpful to include them to illustrate how each author sees their figurine (s) working in general within the confines of the game (at least one version of it that is), and people can translate such rules to whatever format they wish. Donít feel penned in by this suggestion though! Feel free to make your submission game edition specific or neutral, super crunchy (i.e. lots o' rules) or completely fluffy (background), or anywhere in between. Additionally, authors may wish to include the history of their figurines, such as who is thought to have first made them, who used them/famous uses of them, etc. Mind you, this is not a hard and fast format, but more people will find your article useful if you adhere to at least some of the above suggestions. No pressure though! Write what YOU want to write about! Now, on to the format...

Your submission should be in the realm of 1,000-4,000 words or so in length (more is fine; less not so much). That is not set in stone, but it is a good average length for any Article. As usual, be sure to not only Spell Check your article but read it over yourself, as Spell Check will catch many things, but seldom everything. You may submit your article on the Submit Article page. Be sure to write a short introductory teaser for your article, and cite any sources you may have used as well. See the directions at the top of the Submit Article page if you have any problems with the text not being accepted (this may happen if you use Internet Explorer). Even if the text is not accepted, you must still go through the process of submitting your article title on the Submit Article page. When e-mailing an article to editors<at>canonfire<dot>com, be sure that your article is in simple Word form, contains no unsupported fonts, and with no formatting of any sort (i.e. the simpler the better). This just makes things a whole lot easier for us to deal with, so please take the time to do this. When submitting your article, please be sure to put the title of your submission in the following format:

Postfest XVIII (Richfest 2016): TITLE OF YOUR ARTICLE

*Note: keep the "TITLE OF YOUR ARTICLE" bit under 44 characters in length - save the dissertation for your...um....dissertation! Happy

***Submissions are due by June 30, 2016.***

Thanks, and get to writing! ---The Canonfire! Staff

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And here are the submissions for Postfest XVIII (Richfest 2016): Figurines of Wondrous Power!:

* Companions of the Truest Sort, Part I
by Kraftwerk

"Creatures that have lived dual existences for untold centuries in bodies of warm flesh and blood and cold stone and metal alike -- the animals suspended in time as Figurines of Wondrous Power have awed and amazed those so fortunate to behold these rare beasts throughout Oerth's history. Learn more of the origins of these unique magical items that truly have lives of their own here..."
Read the entire article HERE.

* Talako Mambenorn - Of the Figurines Of Wondrous Power
by Syzygyst

An excerpt from one Talako Mambenorn, mage, to the infamous Rary (The Traitor). Among other things, it concerns the Figurines Of Wondrous Power."
Read the entire article HERE.

* Three Figurines of Wondrous Transport
by grodog

"Three new Figurines of Wondrous Power, focused on transportation, as described by the Fiend Sage of Rel Astra:- Amber Terror Bird - Aquarmarine Narwhale- Topaz Void Shark"
Read the entire article HERE.

* Companions of the Truest Sort, Part II
by Kraftwerk

"Just as they can be found upon its land or in its air, the potent and mysterious Figurines of Wondrous Power can likewise be found beneath the depths of Oerth's blue seas. Read on the natures of three such enchanted icons here...."
Read the entire article HERE.

* Companions of the Truest Sort, Part III
by Kraftwerk

"In the conclusion of this three-part missive on Oerth's Figurines of Wondrous Power, The Colorless Mage of Perrenland offers a great list of all such known statuettes for your perusal. Strange, enigmatic, and each one possessed of their own individual mien, any of these rare icons represents an incredible discovery in a historical sense and a treasure fit for the most haughty of kings, both. Read the final installment of this treatise here...."
Read the entire article HERE.

* Waterous Wonders of the Rhennee
by Icarus

"Once again, gadjo, I am your trusted guide to introduce you to the magic of my people, the Rhennee and the magic of the Waters themselves! These magical tokens bring forth beloved animals, who share the Waters with us, and are treasured in myth and lore."
Read the entire article HERE.

* Tragedy and the Grey Friar... Revisited
by dark_Lord_Galen

"Nearly a year after the tale of the Tragedy of Greyfriar, Bant, 1/2 Elven Cleric of St Cuthbert, still maintains the hope of seeing such a myth made reality along the northern borders of Furyondy. A chance meeting while on leave teaches him the value of patience, and good story telling."
Read the entire article HERE.

* Amethyst Songbird
by Tony M. (a.k.a. Krug Krugsheir)
"Naturally beautiful music sometimes has help.... and sometimes nature sings a duet. Presenting the Amethyst Songbird..."
Read the entire article HERE.

* The Sunstone Bull
by Tyler B. (a.k.a. Redtailark)

"A Fallen Comrade remembered as a faithful of Pelor. Father Benatosis, bright and cheery, a ray of Pelorian Sunshine in a dark place. Presenting the Sunstone Bull..."
Read the entire article HERE.
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