D&D Wiki Magazine/Issue 5

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The theme for this issue is "Holy".

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Not sure if we can keep this religiously neutral. The Trinkets we can just include emblems from a bunch of faiths, but this might present more issues

In my opening editor's statement, I will be briefly trying to answer the question "What is Holiness" with respect to the magazine content, it will only be a paragraph or two. Something along the lines of "Holy" not necessarily being tied in with deities or religions, and Goodness having an objective existence in D&D cosmology; at the same time neutral or evil organizations may still have their "things that should not be transgressed". Marasmusine (talk) 12:01, 24 June 2016 (MDT)

Trinkets[edit]

  1. A book that changes its text to that of the religious dogma of the one who possesses it, except for one subtle change.
  2. A figurine of a religious icon, with the face scratched off.
  3. A shrunken head.
  4. A totem depicting the hierarchy of a family of animal spirits.
  5. A painting depicting an absurd collection of images which, together, symbolically or covertly represent a myth.
  6. A petrified dragon heart suspended in a sphere of solid glass.
  7. A phial containing a black, oily substance which, if opened, drips upward away from gravity and evaporates quickly.
  8. A page of an old religious book which contains a word that glows with different colors.
  9. An angel's feather infused with holy essence.
  10. An illuminated page depicting a scene from a holy text wherein the figures move slightly.
  11. An incense burner with engraved images from a parable.
  12. An empty note book with a holy symbol printed on the inside of the cover.
  13. A discredited reliquary.
  14. A small portable shrine.
  15. An unfinished page for an illuminated manuscript.
  16. A silver knife, with a wavy blade and a quote inscribed in a dead script.
  17. A jar of "Old Croak" embalming fluid.
  18. Prayer beads, worn and ragged.
  19. A funerary mask that smells of grass.
  20. A necklace with a pendant containing the ashes of an ancestor.
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