Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Class: Bard

Bruno Cesar

University wizards love going on about the music of the spheres. Endless papers written about the eternal harmony of celestial bodies, vibrations of the astral plane, the choir invisible, blah blah blah.

Needless to say, that's not really how it all works.

School: Bard

Perk: You can earn [reaction roll] silver pieces through busking per day while in town.

Drawback: You make a lot of noise and your hands are generally occupied with an instrument.


1: You may make a piercing whistle, and may choose to make it inaudible to humans.

2: You may infect someone with an ear-worm of up to 30 seconds in length, lasting for 1d8 hours and recurring 1d6 hours later on a failed save.

3: You may transmit basic messages and commands through your instrument.

Spell List:

Bardic uses a few unique mechanics:
  • All spells have the same range, being that of hearing distance.
  • Spell dice, while rolled and burnt as normal, do no directly empower spells: instead, each spell die invoked represents an active effect for the current song.
  • Active effects cannot be doubled.
  • Spells will cease to have effect when the caster is interrupted (damaged, pushed over, silenced, etc)
Song of Healing
Allies gain 1d6 HP.

Song of Resistance
Allies gain +1 to saves.

Song of Scaresome Might
Enemies take -1 to morale.

Song of Battle 
Allies gain +1 to hit.

Song of Inspiration
Enemies take -1 to hit.

Song of Courage
Allies gain resistance to fear.

Song of Spells
Enemies must pass save vs magic to cast a successful spell.

Song of Luck
Allies will make a successful critical strike on 19-20.

Song of the Fleetfoot
Allies may move an additional space on their turn.

Song of Discord
Enemies must save vs magic or be deafened.

Song of Softness
Enemies deal -1 damage

Song of Striking
Allies gain + 1 damage.



I Would Like a More Different, More Traditional Spell List:

Put your favorite playlist on shuffle and keep going until you get twelve song titles you like. Make those into spells. If you are lazy, supplement from the list below:
  1. Synchronicity II
  2. Blind Guardian
  3. Till My Head Falls Off
  4. Busted and Blue
  5. Leave My Body
  6. The Drugs
  7. Bloody Stream
  8. Garage Palace
  9. Last Living Souls
  10. If We Were Vampires
  11. The Opened Way
  12. The Invading Tyrant
  13. Champagne Supernova
  14. Reaper Man
  15. 666 Kill Chop Deluxe
  16. Dragons in the Mud
  17. Snake Soul
  18. First In Last Out
  19. Hymn to Nikkal No. 6
  20. Blood and Thunder


  1. Guitar
  2. Banjo
  3. Fiddle
  4. Bouzouki 
  5. Sitar
  6. Drum
  7. Hurdy-gurdy
  8. Pan pipes
  9. Bagpipes
  10. Bamboo flute
  11. Harmonica
  12. Tin whistle
  13. Ocarina
  14. Lyre
  15. Polyphonic chant
  16. Accordion
  17. Bells
  18. Upright bass
  19. Brass horn
  20. Spoons


  1. The song is lost, spend 1d6 turns getting it going again.
  2. Song ends abruptly, all dice invoked burn out.
  3. All allies deafened for 1d6 turns.
  4. Current song is reduced to 1 random effect.
  5. Take 1d6 damage.
  6. Spell dice return only on 1-2 for 24 hours.


  1. The muse has left, your music is mundane and mediocre for 24 hours.
  2. As above, for 3 days.
  3. Your music has left you forever.
This doom can be avoided by putting on your blue suede shoes and touching down in the land of the delta blues, in the middle of the pouring rain. Alternatively, bet your soul against a devil's golden fiddle and win.

Monday, February 26, 2018

Class: Magelander

Magic bursts forth from the earth here, raw and vibrant. The grass is greener, the sky is bluer, the air is fresher. There are no wizards here - why would you need to study magic if there is mana in every breath, every meal, every cell, heavy and sweet as honey? You are free - from academic rigor, from social obligation, from human bindings. Free as the magic in and above the earth. The fools packed behind the grey walls of Mund, what do they know? Nothing of life, for certain.

School: Magelander

Perk: Impressive hat or hood that obscures the face. Bright red / blue / gold robes that cannot be dirtied.

Drawback: Start with 1 mutation.


1: You may conceal your mutations beneath your robes, and make dramatic reveals of them.

2: Can throw voice within 20' or speak with a polyphonic voice.

3: Colors within 5' may be changed or brightened at will.

Spell List:

There is no set spell list for magelanders. Instead, whenever you learn a new spell or spells, roll for  magic words from the list or lists of your choice and choose two words for each spell. Assemble them as you wish. 

Secret Shark
R: Touch T: Door or container D: [sum] rounds
When the target is opened, the spell summons an adult great white shark of 3+[dice] HD, that will thrash around and attempt to bite (1d8 damage) all nearby beings until it dies in [sum] rounds.

Confuse Corpse
R: 20' T: Undead creature of [dice] HD x2 or less D: 10 minutes
The target becomes immensely confused, as if aware for the first time of its state. This is characterized by the creature starring at its hands, staring out into space, staring up into the heavens, and silently mouthing simple phrases of existential questioning. It will pay no attention to any creatures during the duration of this spell.

Heart Light
R: Touch T: Recently removed heart  D: [sum] hours
The heart gives off light equivalent to a standard oil lamp. It will float steadily within 5' of the caster, and gives off a calm, appropriate beat. Additional effects can occur depending on [sum].
  • If the heart is lit for more than 6 hours, it will begin to whisper secrets about the party. There is a 1/3 chance these are lies.
  • If the heart is lit for more than 10 hours, random encounters will be triggered on 1-2.
  • If the heart is lit for more than 14 hours, all corpses within its light have a 50% chance of re-animation
  • If the heart is lit for more than 18 hours, it will gain one charge of fire spray (15' cone, 3d6 damage)
Animating Laugh
R: 30' T: Creatures in range D: 1 minute
Caster lets out a hearty laugh that imbues those that hear it with vigor and energy. [sum] points are split among those who listen to add to their rolls: points that go unused by the end of the time limit are not saved. 

Hold Tongue
R: 30' T: Creature D: [sum] turns
The target is muted. If 4 [dice] are invoked, the caster may pull the target's tongue out and do with it what they will before it is returned to the target's mouth.

Detect Storm
R: 20 miles T: Area D: 0
Caster is capable of determining any inclement weather developing within the scanning area. If 2 or more [dice] are invoked, the severity and length will be accurately determined.

Fear Deer
R: 40' line T: Area D: 0
Summons a spectral deer of nightmarish appearance. All beings who gaze upon it must make a save vs. fear at -[dice]. The blind, and those who know to cover their eyes, will not be affected. 

Steel Wall
R: 5' T: Ground D: 0
Creates a steel wall [dice]x2 ft in length and up to 10' in height. The wall has 30 HP and can be broken through with bludgeoning or fire damage.

Machine Gate
R: Touch T: Surface D: 5 minutes
Opens up a doorway into the Inner Sanctum of Click-Cog

Reveal Thought
R: 20' T: Creature D: 0
Reveals the thoughts of the target, which float in the air as glowing glyphs. [dice] number of thoughts can be transcribed, with a total of [sum] words split among all of them.

Tiger Cabal
R: N/A T: N/A D: 0
Summons three representatives of the Hidden Council of Stripes, sitting at table and partaking of their conference meal. The caster may ask favors of them, including but not limited to:
  • Deal [sum]+[dice] damage, as magic missile
  • [dice] pieces of pertinent information.
  • Change the weather for [sum] hours.
  • Providing [dice] x2 rations worth of raw meat.
  • Revealing secret doors
Casting this spell requires the sacrifice of [sum] / 2 HP. It it is cast more than once per day, it will instead summon an angry tiger.

Morph Bones
R: Touch T: Bone D: 0
The caster may shape [dice] bones into any simple shape of equivalent mass.Weapons, armor, and tools can be crafted, given sufficient material.

Yonghui Jia


  1. Take 1d6 damage, roll for a mutation.
  2. Deafened for 1d6 turns, roll for a mutation
  3. Blinded for 1d6 turns, roll for a mutation
  4. Explodes, reforms in 1d6 hours, roll for a mutation
  5. Transforms into whirlwind of fire for 1d6 turns, roll for a mutation.
  6. Roll for two mutations


  1. You become dull and grey for a full day. Your spell dice are cut in half and you can only cast random orthodox spells.
  2. You become dull and grey for three days. You are reduced to one spell die and may only cast random orthodox spells.
  3. You are permanently bleak and lifeless. You are reduced to one spell die, and may only know a total of three orthodox spells, at random.
These dooms can be avoided by eating fruit of the Hidden Tree, or by casting oneself into the Maelstrom of the Lobster-God.

Saturday, February 24, 2018

Return to the Distant Lands of Diy

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Hail Flailsnail!

We return to the Distant Lands of Diy, now significantly bigger. And hand-drawn! As before, I've smashed together as many modules, supplements, adventures and dungeons as I could into a single map. With only a few exceptions, these are all ones I either own, want to own, or are free anyway (free ones will be marked with an *, if anyone seeing this is new in these here parts.)

Cities and Regions

  • Vornheim (Vornheim, Zak S)
  • Krevborna (Krevborna, Jack Shear)
  • Carcosa (Carcosa, Geoffery McKinney)
  • The Immortal Capital (Kidnap the Archpriest, Skerples)
  • Thule (Kidnap the Archpriest, Skerples)
  • Scarabae (multiple posts, Jack Shear)*
  • Karlstadt (Better than Any Man, James Raggi IV)*
  • The Hills (Chromatic Soup vol 2, Evlyn Moreau et. al)*
  • Biting Marshes (Chromatic Soup vol 1, Evlyn Moreau et. al)*
  • Corpathium ("In Corpathium", Logan Knight)*
  • Marlinko (Fever Dreaming Marlinko, Chris Kutalik)
  • Slumbering Ursine Dunes (Slumbering Ursine Dunes, Chris Kutalik)
  • Dunnsmouth (Scenic Dunnsmouth, Zzarchov Kowolski)
  • Caversdale (No Salvation for Witches, Rafael Chandler)
  • The Misty Isle (Misty Isles of the Eld, Chris Kutalik)
  • Elatior (Maze of the Blue Medusa, Zak S.)
  • Leuke (Bad Myrmidon, Rafael Chandler)
  • Isle of the Unknown (Isle of the Unknown, Geoffery McKinney)
  • Hot Springs Island (Hot Springs Island, Jacob Hurst)
  • The Skyfortress (Broodmother Skyfortress, Jeff Rients)
  • The Great Discape (multiple posts, Dan D.)*
  • Quelong (Quelong, Kenneth Hite)
  • Yoon-Suin (Yoon-Suin, David McGrogan)
  • Denethix (Anomalous Subsurface Environment, Patrick Wetmore)
  • The Wicked City (multiple posts, Joseph Manola)*
  • Xor (multiple posts, Konsumterra)*
  • The Shoulders of Giants (On the Shoulders of Giants, Chance Phillips)
  • Perdition (Perdition, Courtney Campbell)
  • QuVrst (Fire on the Velvet Horizon, Scrap Princess and Patrick Stuart)
  • Jukai City (Fire on the Velvet Horizon, Scrap Princess and Patrick Stuart)
  • Hubris (Hubris, Mike Evans)
  • Meatlandia (The Chaos Gods come to Meatlandia, Ahimsa Kerp and Wind Lothimer)
  • Kwantoom (Mad Monks of Kwantoom, Kabuki Kaiser)
  • Gathox (Gathox Vertical Slum, David Lewis Johnson)
  • Lethlygon ("Purple Lightning People", Arnold Kemp)*
  • Strange Stars (Strange Stars, Trey Causey)
  • A Red and Pleasant Land (A Red and Pleasant Land, Zak S.)
  • The World Between (Grotesque and Dungeonesque vol 1-III, Jack Shear)
  • The Veins of the Earth (Veins of the Earth, Scrap Princess and Patrick Stuart)
  • The Ghoul Market (Vacant Ritual Assembly 1, Clint Krause)
  • Goblintown (multiple posts, Arnold Kemp)*

Points of Interest

  1. Blood in the Chocolate (Kiel Chenier)
  2. Sleeping Place of the Feathered Swine (Logan Knight)
  3. Death Frost Doom (Zak S and James Raggi IV)
  4. Deep Carbon Observatory (Scrap Princess and Patrick Stuart)
  5. Palace of the Silver Princess DIY (All and sundry)*
  6. Ruinous Palace of the Metegorgos (Evey Lockhart)
  7. Doom-Cave of the Crystal-Headed Children (James Raggi IV)*
  8. Vile Vengeance of the Bees (Buzzclaw)*
  9. Monolith from Beyond Time and Space (James Raggi IV)
  10. Find-and-Replace Dungeon (Zak S)*
  11. Stygian Garden of Abelia Pem (Clint Krause)
  12. Tower of the Stargazer (James Raggi IV)
  13. Atheneum of Yearning (Oswald)*
  14. Tomb of the Serpent Kings (Skerples)*
  15. Halls Untoward (Michael Prescott et al)*
  16. Anomalous Subsurface Environment (Patrick Wetmore)
  17. Comes the Mountain (Gus L)*
  18. Gelatinous Dome (Jeff Call)*
  19. The Inverse Tower (Michael Raston)*
  20. Hounds of Low Tide (Kiel Chenier, Michael Prescott)*
  21. Under the Waterless Sea (Zzarchov Kowolski)

Character Options 

We're not done yet! FLAILSNAILS protocols are in effect and all compatible classes are welcome (see here for a list), and to those I like to add:

Monday, February 19, 2018

All the Lights in the Sky are Wizards

Fun and helpful fact: if you ever need a good name for a wizard, use the proper name of a real-world star. All that Arabic / Greek / Latin / occasional Chinese really comes in handy for something impressive and ancient sounding.

But since the Wikipdia article doesn't have numbers or fun wizard traits, I added those.

366 Wizards


  1. Acamar

Actually an awakened fetus.

  1. Achernar


  1. Achird

Only eats white rice.

  1. Acrab

Oversees massive pornography library.

  1. Acrux

A gigantic ferret, no one questions it.

  1. Acubens

Sleeps on a bed of roses.

  1. Adhafera

Coelacanth hat.

  1. Adhara

Wears two hats.

  1. Adhil

Wears three hats.

  1. Ain

Wears nothing but hats.

  1. Ainalrami

Basilisk-hide slippers.

  1. Aladfar

Collects statues of muscular women.

  1. Alamak

Has been sleepwalking for the last 40 years.

  1. Alathfar

Aging heavy metal fan.

  1. Albaldah

Beloved pet: giant salamander.

  1. Albali

Skilled impressionist painter.

  1. Albireo

Convincing dementia act.

  1. Alchiba

Successfully became own grandpa.

  1. Alcor

Lives inside giant geode.

  1. Alcyone

Really good at crochet.

  1. Aldebaran

Has NOTHING to do with that demon attack.

  1. Alderamin

Owns alchemical micro-brewery.

  1. Aldhanab

Competitive sturgeon-breeder.

  1. Aldhibah

Far too into taxidermy for this skill level.

  1. Aldulfin

Unhealthy obsession with watermelons.

  1. Alfirk

Best damn barbecue in the world.

  1. Algedi

Child of a miner and a whore; proud of it.

  1. Algenib

Has kept silver spoon in mouth since birth.

  1. Algieba

Freakishly punctual, expects others to be so.

  1. Algol

Three-foot-long fingernails.

  1. Algorab

Has wooden eyes.

  1. Alhena

Enthusiastic jogger.

  1. Alioth

Cobwebs in eyebrows.

  1. Aljanah

Loves the ocean, cannot swim.

  1. Alkaid

Never removes iron-shod gloves.

  1. Al Kalb al Rai

Way too many bird feeders.

  1. Alkalurops

Mysterious number tattooed on forehead.

  1. Alkaphrah

Wears clothes three sizes too big.

  1. Alkarab

Everything is yellow.

  1. Alkes

Secretly a woman.

  1. Al Kurud

Secretly a man.

  1. Almaaz

Eats gunpowder for breakfast.

  1. Almach

Excessive sunflower seed consumption.

  1. Al Minliar al Asad

Loves the smell of industrial smog.

  1. Alnair

Often found at curry stands late at night.

  1. Alnasl

Hair just gets everywhere, it’s gross.

  1. Alnilam

Seeking to destroy the Influence Machine.

  1. Alnitak

Doesn’t actually have anything better to do.

  1. Alniyat

Lost their wallet.

  1. Alphard

Breeds square cows and rectangular sheep

  1. Alphecca

Spies on all their friends’ business.

  1. Alpheratz

Immense, hairy ears.

  1. Alrakis

Has rather silly ideas about anthropology.

  1. Alrescha

Can never find matching socks.

  1. Alsafi

Impossibly intricate filing system.

  1. Alsciaukat

Only has one joke in their book.

  1. Alsephina

Obsessive collector of a collectible card game.

  1. Alshain

Definitely not a body snatcher.

  1. Alshat

Firm believer in snake oil.

  1. Altair

Keeps trying to get spelling reform going.

  1. Altais

Hawaiian shirts; every day, year round.

  1. Altarf

Runs a troupe of dancing skeletons.

  1. Alterf

False teeth made out of ivory dominos.

  1. Aludra

Misspelled tattoo.

  1. Alula Australis

Blue hair, no explanation.

  1. Alula Borealis

Nitpicks plot holes in operas.

  1. Alya

Perpetually mourning unknown party.

  1. Alzirr

Rings made of moon rocks.

  1. Ancha

Choir of mounted, singing fish.

  1. Angetenar

Super-picky about aesthetics.

  1. Ankaa

Always sucking on a corn cob.

  1. Anser

Believes the government is run by lizardpeople.

  1. Antares

Perennial cubist.

  1. Arcturus

Bathes in yogurt.

  1. Arkab Posterior

Cannot stand the color blue.

  1. Arkab Prior

Lives on a creepy backwoods farm.

  1. Arneb

Fossil enthusiast.

  1. Ascella

Followed by an infestation of centipedes.

  1. Asellus Australis

Lived in a cave for five years.

  1. Asellus Borealis

Has no compunction about public shame.

  1. Asellus Primus

All-organic magic only, no gluten.

  1. Asellus Secundus

Turban the size of a large dog.

  1. Asellus Thertius

Scholar of antiquities.

  1. Asmidiske

Malapropic neologisms.

  1. Aspidiske

Ran ghost tours a few years back.

  1. Asterope

Has not slept in four years.

  1. Athebyne

Paragon of prep.

  1. Atik

God of goth.

  1. Atlas

Becomes dizzy easily.

  1. Atria

Lives in the vents.

  1. Avior

Haunted by a giant cockroach.

  1. Azelfafage

Makes narwhal cheese.

  1. Azha

Writes elaborate historical fanfiction.

  1. Barnard's Star

Has a witch’s nipple.

  1. Baten Kaitos

Prematurely old.

  1. Beemim

Insurance fraudster.

  1. Beid

Doesn’t look very wizardly.

  1. Bellatrix

Constantly popping mysterious pills.

  1. Betelgeuse

Picks compulsively at cuticles.

  1. Bharani

Snake cultist.

  1. Biham

Secret cookie dough stash.

  1. Botein

Bound feet.

  1. Brachium

Artificially shaped skull

  1. Canopus

Anti-undead apocalypse prepper

  1. Capella

Ex-vizier to a dark lord.

  1. Caph


  1. Castor

Dry, flaky skin.

  1. Castula

Prominent incisors.

  1. Cebalrai

Loads of piercings.

  1. Celaeno

Smells like eggs.

  1. Cervantes

Mushrooms for hair.

  1. Chalawan

Chews betel leaf.

  1. Chamukuy

Naked mole rat exhibit in living room.

  1. Chara

Volunteer fireman.

  1. Chertan

Cares about century-old football stats.

  1. Copernicus

Absolute maniac of a drummer.

  1. Cor Caroli

Terrifying yodel.

  1. Cujam

Classical oboist.

  1. Cursa

Has a stuffed alligator in study/

  1. Dabih

Forked tongue.

  1. Dalim

Tiger-stripe tattoos.

  1. Deneb

Snail jouster.

  1. Deneb Algedi

Former priest.

  1. Denebola

Extremely cold hands.

  1. Diadem

Saffron venture capitalist.

  1. Diphda

Stigmata, origins unclear and obfuscated.

  1. Dschubba

Moss-green fingers from reagent stains.

  1. Dubhe

Role-plays a crazy old hermit in a swamp.

  1. Dziban

Impossibly bad dating luck.

  1. Edasich

Has gone through seven spouses.

  1. Electra

Entirely too many belts and pockets.

  1. Elnath

Permanently runny nose.

  1. Eltanin

Has a prize-winning pet pug.

  1. Enif

Puts mayonnaise on everything.

  1. Errai

Writes letters home to mother constantly.

  1. Fafnir

Never brushes teeth.

  1. Fang

Has never had hair cut.

  1. Fum al Samakah

Paints faces on rocks and keeps them as friends.

  1. Fomalhaut

Persistent case of bouncy leg.

  1. Fulu

Navigates via “port” and “starboard” on land.

  1. Furud

Just went out for some cigarettes...

  1. Fuyue

Proselytizes for Wizcoin.

  1. Gacrux

Snorts when laughing.

  1. Garnet Star

Creepy yellow teeth.

  1. Giausar

Fractals on clothes, all brightly colored.

  1. Gienah

Smells distressingly like roast turkey.

  1. Ginan

Cheerful phrenologist.

  1. Gomeisa

Loves clocks, can’t read them.

  1. Graffias

Has never eaten a vegetable.

  1. Grumium

Carries father’s organs in canopic jars.

  1. Hadar

A cowboy.

  1. Haedus

A pirate.

  1. Hamal

Recently started a new diet.

  1. Hassaleh

Plays a fiddle won from a crossroads stranger.

  1. Hatysa

Aesthetically-pleasing facial scar.

  1. Helvetios

Lives in a garbage dump.

  1. Heze

Wears an owl mask.

  1. Homam

Parkour enthusiast, but only for watching.

  1. Iklil

Entirely too many pineapples.

  1. Intercrus

Slick 3-D glasses, just because.

  1. Izar

Cuff-links and crown made of bismuth

  1. Jabbah

Keeps rifle above mantelpiece.

  1. Jishui

Pink hair.

  1. Kaffaljidhma

Constantly windswept hair.

  1. Kang

Luxurious mustache.

  1. Kaus Australis

Home-made ice-cream, all the time.

  1. Kaus Borealis

Checkers fiend.

  1. Kaus Media

Having paramour trouble.

  1. Keid

Hirsute to the extreme.

  1. Khambalia

Elephantiasis in the left leg.

  1. Kitalpha

Pet tapeworm.

  1. Kochab

Still wears a hat from the revolution.

  1. Kornephoros

Was down the river, won’t tell what was seen.

  1. Kraz

Still sleeps with security owlbear.

  1. Kuma

Lives atop a termite mound.

  1. Kurhah

Actually a tulpa.

  1. La Superba

Afraid of the number 11.

  1. Larawag

Actually a homunculus

  1. Lesath

From the future (lie).

  1. Libertas

From the future (truth).

  1. Lich


  1. Lilii Borea


  1. Maasym

Lucha mask.

  1. Mahasim


  1. Maia

Teepee hat.

  1. Marfark


  1. Marfik


  1. Markab

Heart on the wrong side.

  1. Markeb

Extra finger on each hand.

  1. Marsic


  1. Matar


  1. Mebsuta

Pretending to be dead for tax reasons.

  1. Megrez

Papaya tree growing out of hat.

  1. Meissa

Demon-leather jacket.

  1. Mekbuda

Amateur paleontologist.

  1. Meleph

Lazy eye.

  1. Menkalinan

Ratty clothes.

  1. Menkar

Badger-stripe hair.

  1. Menkent

Built like a brick shithouse.

  1. Menkib

Terrible handwriting.

  1. Merak

Leaves ink stains everywhere.

  1. Merga

Trade guildsman.

  1. Meridiana

Nose ring.

  1. Merope

Shoes with bells on.

  1. Mesarthim

Brags about killing a windmill.

  1. Miaplacidus

Platypus mascot costume.

  1. Mimosa

Smoked some dank shit in college.

  1. Minchir


  1. Minelauva

Loves house geckos.

  1. Mintaka

Catastrophic acne.

  1. Mira

Scraggly-ass beard.

  1. Mirach

Peacock-feather cape.

  1. Miram


  1. Mirfak

Available for birthday parties.

  1. Mirzam

Part of a barbershop quartet.

  1. Misam

Not actually a vampire.

  1. Mizar

Carves runs in everything.

  1. Mothallah

Compulsive hair plucker/

  1. Muliphein

Trains a flea circus.

  1. Muphrid

Dead parrot on shoulder.

  1. Muscida

Heirloom sword, doesn’t know how to use.

  1. Musica

Wears rings on every finger.

  1. Naos

Dull and crooked halo.

  1. Nashira


  1. Navi

Birds nest in hair.

  1. Nekkar

Incredibly spooky without trying.

  1. Nembus

Braided beard, down to ankles.

  1. Nihal

Used to be an undertaker.

  1. Nunki

Wears a carpet over their shoulders.

  1. Nusakan

Insists on proper fork placement.

  1. Ogma

Occasionally vomits eggs.

  1. Peacock

Ludicrous feathered boa.

  1. Phact

Causes statues to start crying.

  1. Phecda

Loves a good fry-up.

  1. Pherkad

Wears plaids and stripes together.

  1. Pipirima

Claims to be a god is disguise.

  1. Pleione

Bushy ear hair.

  1. Polaris

Has tinnitus.

  1. Polaris Australis

Carries around a mystery box, never opened.

  1. Polis

Carries around a jar of pickled eels.

  1. Pollux

Had tower stolen by bears.

  1. Porrima

Escaped from horrible abusive mother.

  1. Praecipua

Misplaced the keys to their tower.

  1. Prima Hyadum

Keeps hearing rats in the walls.

  1. Procyon

Definitely not a spy from a rival nation, nope.

  1. Propus

Luxurious lion-like mane.

  1. Proxima Centauri

Recent, disastrous political run.

  1. Ran

Unbeatable fighting spirit.

  1. Rana

Good personal hygiene.

  1. Rasalas


  1. Rasalgethi

Heavy perspirator.

  1. Rasalhague

Mountain climber.

  1. Rastaban

Twitchy eye.

  1. Regor

Overwhelming smell of pumpkin spice.

  1. Regulus

Still has milk teeth.

  1. Revati

Peg leg.

  1. Rigel

Alien abductee.

  1. Rigil Kentaurus

Does “crystal healing” for the gullible.

  1. Rotanev

Acts like billionaire playboy, not even close.

  1. Ruchbah

Extended earlobes.

  1. Rukbat

Lengthened neck.

  1. Sabik

Smells vaguely of salt.

  1. Saclateni

Crocodile tears.

  1. Sadachbia

Trained teeth-cleaner bird.

  1. Sadalbari

Heterochromia, blue / brown.

  1. Sadalmelik

Wears shorts in winter.

  1. Sadalsuud

Loves rainy days.

  1. Sadr

Wears pants on head.

  1. Saiph

Working on a novel.

  1. Salm

Reptilian being in a skinsuit.

  1. Sargas

Oversized ears.

  1. Sarin

Recent immigrant.

  1. Sarir 

Terrible miser.

  1. Sceptrum

Has a long-term pen-pal.

  1. Scheat

Bathysphere operator.

  1. Schedar

Whale watcher.

  1. Secunda Hyadum

Trade connections in Leng.

  1. Segin

Growing a snail shell.

  1. Seginus

Did 20 years in the oubliette.

  1. Sham

Red eyes.

  1. Shaula

Still uses slide rule.

  1. Sheliak

Chimera aficionado, goes to all the cons.

  1. Sheratan

Silk slippers with iron toes.

  1. Sirius


  1. Situla

Disconcerting taste for blood.

  1. Skat

Owns and plays a pipe organ.

  1. Spica

Has two shadows.

  1. Sualocin

Writes restaurant review column.

  1. Subra

Always has a flask of moonshine.

  1. Suhail

Definitely saw bigfoot.

  1. Sulafat

Taste for candied scorpion snacks.

  1. Syrma

Theological reformer.

  1. Tabit

Super-repressed puritan.

  1. Taiyangshou

Looks exactly like a notable personage.

  1. Taiyi

Park ranger.

  1. Talitha

Aviator sunglasses, even at night.

  1. Tania Australis

Kaleidoscope eyes.

  1. Tania Borealis

Fresh pine scent.

  1. Tarazed

New face paint every day.

  1. Taygeta

Fancy top hat.

  1. Tegmine

Embarrassing birthmark.

  1. Tejat

Nose bitten off by giant rat.

  1. Terebellum

Astronautic enthusiast.

  1. Thabit 

Unappreciated artist (and that’s a shame)

  1. Theemin

Unappreciated artist (for good reason)

  1. Thuban

Survival-situation cannibal.

  1. Tiaki

Cheshire grin.

  1. Tianguan

Former schoolteacher.

  1. Tianyi

Walrus mustache.

  1. Titawin

Prominent nosehair.

  1. Tonatiuh

Hoards leftover food.

  1. Torcular


  1. Tureis

Consorts with unsavory folk.

  1. Unukalhai

Pasta snob.

  1. Unurgunite

Not the sharpest bulb in the crayon drawer.

  1. Vega

Wrestled a crocodile once.

  1. Veritate

Orange sherbet hair.

  1. Vindemiatrix


  1. Wasat

Villainous goatee.

  1. Wazn

In real need of a nap.

  1. Wezen

Caffeine addict.

  1. Wurren

Can’t eat dairy.

  1. Xamidimura

Escaped a cult.

  1. Xuange

Does a mean Punch and Judy.

  1. Yed Posterior

Hopeless bureaucrat.

  1. Yed Prior

Hates crystals.

  1. Yildun

Loves crystals.

  1. Zaniah

Always has to knock on doors.

  1. Zaurak

Coonskin hat.

  1. Zavijava

Invisible hat.

  1. Zhang

Inverse hat.

  1. Zibal

Deals in counterfeit artifacts.

  1. Zosma

Is not actually a medical doctor.

  1. Zubenelgenubi

Played sportsball in college.

  1. Zubenelhakrabi

Always keeps their right hand covered.

  1. Zubeneschamali

Smells of petrichor.