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- official site), a winter celebration of art and community in Western Pennsylvania, near Pittsburgh. The regional burn promotes the Ten Principles of Burning Man in a harsh environment, highlighting the need for community members to collaborate against severe weather to create and install interactive art and theme camps. A gift economy is encouraged, while commercial activity is generally prohibited.
participants are expected to actively contribute to the spirit of the event in radically expressive (but socially responsible) ways, leaving no trace of their presence after the event has ended.
took place for its first five years at Cooper's Lake Campground, which also serves as the site of the annual Pennsic War (the largest annual event of the Society for Creative Anachronism). For the next two years,
was held Camp Kevin, further north near Brookville, PA, before moving south to Marvin's Mountaintop outside of Masontown, WV for 2015.
happens yearly during Presidents Day weekend in February.
is a supplemental book to the 3.5 edition of the "Dungeons and Dragons" fantasy role-playing game.
The frost folk appeared in third edition in "
: Mastering the Perils of Ice and Snow" (2004).
Vodyanoi was also used as the name for an unrelated monster species from the 3.5-edition book "
Auril is one of the deities described as appropriate for a cold-based campaign in "
Studios is a subsidiary game development and publishing studio owned by Garena. It is known for managing and developing Heroes of Newerth which was initially developed by S2 Games. Garena later acquired both the game and the developers behind it from S2 Games, establishing
On May 5, 2015, it was announced that Garena had acquired Heroes of Newerth from S2 Games, and established
Studios to handle development of the game. Many of previous S2 Games staff members who help develop and maintain the game were subsequently employed by the new
The frost giant mauler, the frost giant spiritspeaker, and the frost giant tundra scout appear in "
: Mastering the Perils of Ice and Snow" (2004).
: Mastering the Perils of Ice and Snow" was published in 2004, and written by Wolfgang Baur, James Jacobs, and George Strayton.
is an official supplement for the 3.5 edition of Dungeons and Dragons, and includes new content for cold based climate campaigns. The book contains both new playable races and monsters in addition to expanded rules and campaign ideas regarding; High altitude, arctic, and Cold environments in general.
The yeti appeared in third edition in "Dungeon" #84 (November 2001). The yeti also appeared in "Oriental Adventures" (2001), and "
: Mastering the Perils of Ice and Snow" (2004), which also included the abominable yeti.
" provides rules for adventuring in a cold environment as well as an environment known as frostfell, which is a sort of arctic environment with extreme (sometimes even magical) cold.
His "Dungeons & Dragons" work includes the 3.5 "Dungeon Master's Guide" (2003), "Complete Warrior" (2003), "
" (2004), "Races of Destiny" (2004), "Sandstorm" (2005), "Lords of Madness" (2005), "Tome of Magic" (2006), "Complete Scoundrel" (2007), and "Magic Item Compendium" (2007).
The band returned to producer Doug Olson for their third full-length album, "
". Recording the majority of the album in late 2014, the band launched another Kickstarter campaign which raised $5,824 - almost double their goal of $3,000. In late 2014, the band was signed to the German record label Killer Metal Records. "
" would be released on February 13, 2015, and would become the band's best-reviewed release to date. In early 2015, Killius announced that he was leaving the band to enroll in medical school. Shortly thereafter, the lead guitar position was offered to Baron Taurean Helleshaar (Brian Koenig, formerly of Luna Mortis).
The "Rules Compendium" consists of material that originally appeared in the "Player's Handbook", "Dungeon Master's Guide", "Monster Manual", "Book of Exalted Deeds", "Complete Adventurer", "Complete Arcane", "Complete Warrior", "
", "Heroes of Horror", "Libris Mortis", "Magic Item Compendium", "Player's Handbook II", "Races of Destiny", "Races of Stone", "Races of the Wild", "Sandstorm", "Stormwrack", and "Tome of Battle'.
Steve Ellis’ work has been featured on CD covers, computer games, trading cards, books, RPGs, magazines, toys and comics. Ellis worked for Marvel Comics, DC Comics, Wizards of the Coast, and Upper Deck, among other companies. His "Dungeons & Dragons" work for Wizards of the Coast includes interior illustrations for "Libris Mortis", "
", "Lords of Madness", "Complete Adventurer", and "Player's Handbook II".
His "Dungeons & Dragons" work includes interior art for "
" (2004), "Stormwrack" (2005), "Magic of Incarnum" (2005), "Complete Psionic" (2006), "" (2006), "" (2006), "Magic Item Compendium" (2007), "Complete Champion" (2007), "Fortress of the Yuan-Ti" (2007), "" (2008), the 4th edition "Player's Handbook" (2008), "Dungeon Master's Guide" (2008), and "Monster Manual" (2008).
It is one in a series of five source-books for the game which deal with particular environments, as to give adventures set in such environments more depth. "Sandstorm" and "
" dealt with desert/waste and arctic environments, "Cityscape" and "Dungeonscape" dealt with city/dungeon environments, while Stormwrack deals with ocean/sea/water/aquatic environments.
" was written by Wolfgang Baur, James Jacobs, and George Strayton, and published in September 2004. Cover art was by Sam Wood, with interior art by Steve Belledin, Mitch Cotie, Ed Cox, Dennis Crabapple McClain, Steve Ellis, David Griffith, David Hudnut, Dana Knutson, Doug Kovacs, and Dan Scott.
Auril appears as one of the major deities of the Forgotten Realms setting again, in "Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting" (2001), and is further detailed in "Faiths and Pantheons" (2002). Auril is one of the deities described as appropriate for a cold-based campaign in "
Pittsburgh has recently gained attention as a burgeoning center for counter-culture. The annual Pennsic War, the Society for Creative Anachronism's largest re-enactment of pre-17th-century Europe, is hosted nearby. Anthrocon, the world's largest anthropomorphics convention (better known as furry convention), returns every summer to the David L. Lawrence Convention Center. The Pittsburgh Cacophony Society is also very active, and in 2008, the Pittsburgh Burning Man community launched a winter regional burn event called
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