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Ian Burns
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College of the Muses

While all bards find inspiration in the world around them, only a select few are blessed with the gift of the Muses. Whether in art, poetry, or sculpture some bards find ways to express themselves beyond a simple song. It is an even rarer gift, however, for your action and succeeds to become an inspiration for others. Like how the Muses serve to inspire you, your achievements serves as a motivation and impulse that stirs other to even greater success.

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Yesterday, after seven hours in labor, my wive gave birth to out first daughter, Elizabeth. Needless to say, I am dreadfully behind on my blogging. For that, I apologize. Instead of offering up a new batch of monsters (that will have to wait for another day), I would like to present the next draft of the Thaneborn Barbarian.

Designer's Notes: The new draft replaces the level 10 feature, which before gave proficiency with an additional skills (chosen from history, insight, intimidate, and persuasion), now gives the barbarian advantage on intimidate, and persuasion rolls made for a short time after raging. Theaneborn charge proved too finicky during our playtest of this subclass and has been replaced with a defender-like ability, furious challenge

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Cleric Revelry Domain

The revelry domain embodies deities associated with wine, feasts, merriment, drunkenness, gluttony, debauchery, and ritual madness, including Dionysus, Olidammara, and the Devourer. It reflects both the fleeting joy and unshakable depression and confusion of drinking, feasting, and carousing. Here nature and civilization collide, turn men into beasts and beasts into men – exploring all of the indulgences that life has to offer, from feats and drunkenness, to heroism and ravenous bloodshed.

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While most barbarians unleash their inner rage through destruction, others are born leaders, holding positions of great prestige in their tribe. These thanes are not only ruthless warriors, but inspirational war-leaders, whose furious tendencies serve not only to devour their foes, but also to inspire their allies.

A couple weeks ago, I responded to Chevron's opening for a Program/Operations Manager here in Georgia on LinkedIn, pretty much as a joke to see how the online application process worked. 

Now they want me to come in for an interview.

I don't know if I really want to work for an oil company, though. Problem is that it would be a great opportunity with great pay...decisions...decisions....

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