Introducing Judith

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So, here we are again. In 2015 I introduced you to Brigit Wooller, the Crowan Priestess who would do more than I ever thought possible. Losing another character to Final Battle has been a wrench, but nowhere near as devastating as losing Rowan Tait-of-Amblevale back in 2013 given that this time I definitely felt to have a choice in the matter. Thanks again to the referee who gave her ending meaning, and who made her an utter bad-ass in the end. But this isn’t about Brigit. This is about my new character.

And so, in continuing the tradition, I write below the inspirations, aspirations and hopes for my new character Lady Judith Tirel of Prudha’s Ridge, Feudal Knight and noblewoman.

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Ithronian Adventures #191 – Red of hair, black of heart

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Ithronian Adventures

Baronet Archibald Redmayne has invited the heroes of Berwickshire to a banquet at Shropley Keep for a celebration of the victory over the fae threatening his lands and other victories.

But the evening that followed was not at all they had hoped for, for dark things will dwell unseen in the shadows.

Thank you to the referees and monster crew who ran this extra special event at Newcastle Keep. You guys are awesome!

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Ithronian Adventures #190 – On the shore of the Elderwater

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Ithronian Adventures

The banners of the Hightowers are called to arms, the men gathering at the western city of Carlech to take bloody righteous fury against the Cult of Transmutation festering in the Marches. And a Baronet has been noticeably absent from the Thane’s Court. Judith and Tungdil both don their armour and head out into dangers untold and foes unnumbered, all for the sake of Ithron and her people.

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New Character? Quick Costumes

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Sometimes losing a character can come at the worst time, particularly when you might only have a few days or a week tops to pull together an idea or kit. Having recently gone through this drama myself, I have a few words on tackling such a circumstance. This does not cover preparing a spare character for fests, but some of the principles still hold.

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