A year of the blog – 2017/18

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So here we are again, coming to the end of our 4th year of the blog and still here (it still surprises me when these posts come around). In the last year we clocked up our 200th post, continued to post our “healthy larping” updates and continued to chronicle the ups and downs of the Heroes of Ithron. I hope you’ll join me in picking over my favourite posts from the last 12 months!

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Ithronian Adventures #231 – Refugees on the road

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Spring is turning to summer, but glorious weather does not stop the dangers in the wilder places. Calls for aid come thick and fast, and our heroes venture out once more to face the foe and save what they can.

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Ithronian Adventures #230 – The Devouring Horde

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For years foulspawn have gathered in the shadows of the woods, minding their own business except for the occasional scuffles with the locals. But they have been growing in numbers and scuffles for territory amongst the trolls has spilled out into the wider world. The Devouring Horde are merciless, vicious monsters led by a Troll Matriarch of fearsome reputation.

The adventurers of Sintel have found the aid of a Troll Matriarch named Roo-Dugg-Mar, and armed with knowledge of the vile rituals of the Devouring cult, the Countess of Sintel summons adventurers to the aid of the county against this dread foe. And so they come to Fort Fotheringaye to meet with the Baron and to fight against the horde – to fight and to win.

Thank you to St Helens and friends for organising, writing, refereeing, first aiding, set dressing and prop making and all the things that are needed to run Springfest ’18. You are all awesome, and greatly deserving of rest after all your efforts. Thank you for an enjoyable event!

As always I am unable to name all those who attended the event, or give the whole story, but I will spin you the tale of the adventurers and their battle against the Devouring Horde and their Troll Mother.

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GDPR and Wolfish Written

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As of Friday 25th May 2018 a new piece of legislation will be in place in Europe that seeks to protect you, the user, and your rights in regards to your data. This particularly focuses on personal data (which is anything that can be related back to you and can give a picture of you and your habits).

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