Category: Malison Falls Series

Yawarakai-Te Masamune (柔らかい手正宗)

The Yawarakai-Te Masamune (柔らかい手正宗), also known as “Tender Hands” or “The Soft Way”, is a legendary katana forged by Goro Nyudo Masamune in 1326. The blade of the sword is said to be impossibly sharp and possess an almost luminescent blue tinge to the steel, due to the steel composition, part of which was from an extra-planar source (a meteor). The blade itself exhibits an almost perfect distribution of “nie” (錵, martensitic crystals embedded in pearlite matrix, resembling stars in […]

Gōng Yáng Jièzhǐ (公羊戒指)

Gōng Yáng Jièzhǐ (公羊戒指): Band of the Ram A circa 1000 BC Western Zhou Dynasty Ancient Chinese arcane hand-carved tri-finger onyx ring-band. The band was created by XXXX, mystic and weapon smith under Emperor Cheng of Han during his reign from from 33 until 7 BC. XXXX created twelve bands for the fabled twelve hands of Cheng, the personal bodyguards of the emperor. Gōng Yáng Jièzhǐ (公羊戒指)

Dan Pratt

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Komorebi Kanemitsu (木漏れ日兼光)

The Komorebi Kanemitsu, also known as “sunlight that filters through the leaves of trees”, is a wakizashi created by Kanemitsu in 1509. The Komorebi Kanemitsu The Komorebi Kenemitsu, sheath, handle, and blade Name Komorebi Kanemitsu Nickname “sunlight that filters through the leaves of trees” Creator Kanemitsu, 1509 Type Wakizashi, 50.2 cm DimensionsLengthCurvature 50.2 cm1.3 cm Hamon Suguha (straight) Jihada Itame (wood grain pattern) and Masame (straight grain pattern) Boshi: Front Sugu (straight) Yakitsumeru (No turn […]

Blaste Roddes of Ímar Ua Donnubáin

History The fabled five blasting wands (or rods) of Ímar Ua Donnubáin were arcane devices of purported divine inspiration, first crafted by famed 13th century petty king, navigator, trader, and reputed necromancer Ímar Ua Donnubáin. Based on legend, the goddess Clíodhna whispered the secrets of their making in a dream to Ímar one storm-ridden night. They were named the Méara na nOileán Glas (Fingers of the Green Isles). The five fingers were: Méar ar na Cúig Gaoithe […]

Malison Falls (Town)

The town of Malison Falls (including the villages of Garrett Falls and Malison Falls) is a town located in Schoharie County, New York. The town is southwest of Albany, and east of Oneonta and Cooperstown (both located in Otsego County). The town and villages are located immediately west of the Petersburg State Forest on route 4, between Warnerville and West Fulton. As of the 2010 census, the village had a population of 7,281. History This area […]

Floor of Cotton (FoC)

While attending college at the University of Georgia in Athens in the late 1970’s (1978 or 1979), Delio Niro and Michael Stipe (lead singer from REM) were dorm roommates in their freshman year, but due to Delio’s allergies he had to swap rooms. He stayed friends and collaborators with Michael for their budding and ultimately long-term musical careers. FoC and Listen Lady both toured with REM for multiple stops on REM’s CHRONIC TOWN tour in […]