Please note that north is indicated on the maps (two maps, because of their size and aspect, have been rotated to better fit the constraints of this book). However. This is the third expansion to the Castle of the Mad Archmage megadungeon adventure. In this adventure, the characters are catapulted to a. Castle of the Mad Archmage is a lot of fun, let’s get that out in the open first. It’s a big layer cake maze of monsters and treasures and tricks and.

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They chose the megadungeon. The megadungeon in question is Castle of the Mad Archmage by Joseph Bloch, which he wrote after Gary Gygax was prevented from completing Castle Zagyg by his untimely death. So, as this campaign is somewhat built around megadungeons, using this one here seemed like a good idea. The reason for that is that often our group has gotten entirely too big for me to handle it on my own, so some of the other players have volunteered to DM for a session.

Castle of the Mad Archmage is not a uniformly great dungeon. There are a lot of rooms that have monsters without much more detail about what the monsters are doing there, but every so often you find little details that you can turn into great encounters. The first encounter the group had today was one of those: Archmagge leader happened to be a barbarian from the Northlands according to the adventure. This is one of those wonderful coincidences that I could have a ball with!

I rolled a d6 to discover which of the three groups of Barbarians he came from — Frost Barbarian came up trumps, which made this into a role-playing encounter rather than a combat encounter, which would have happened with a Snow Barbarian, as the two barbarian peoples hate each other! Unfortunately, it rolled extremely badly and was slain by the party without inflicting any damage.

Nor archjage it managed to corrode any weapons.

The Grey Ooze entry references the Black Pudding for how it corrodes armour, but leaves out the weapon corrosion rules, except for a note that says it does it. I decided to use the much-ignored Item Saving Throw tables for once to see what happened; alas, all the weapons saved. However, this lacking detail in the Monster Manual is pretty standard Gygax.

How long does a ghoul paralyse its victims? The best bit about the encounter with the Barbarian Gladiator was that he could tell everyone how to get to the fifth level of the dungeon, as this one was still a little too easy. They were greeted with one of the details in Castle of the Mad Archmage that elevates it into being something really worth running: I love those sorts of detail.

Explanations, such as they were, came from the Djinni Librarian in the next room.

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Although I misread the entry and described him, initially, as appearing more like an Efreeti; I just had his form change as the discussion went on to emphasise his otherworldly nature. The group, once again, were content to converse with him and not steal the books; I was quite impressed with their forbearance!

The nad action piece of the session came as they discovered the bugbear tribe living in this part of the dungeon; or rather, when the bugbear tribe discovered them. This he was successful in, but still the party were able to slaughter the bugbears before they reached their main chamber, only to find it empty.

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The group were a little taken aback when a pair of trolls arrived behind them and attacked, and even more surprised when, as they fought the first two trolls, a secret door opened to reveal two more trolls — who charged Latud the Magic-User. Latud avoided being slain a second time in two sessions, and eventually the trolls were slain, with some bugbears looking on from the nearby secret door.

The bugbears closed the door in a hurry after qrchmage trolls were slain, arfhmage

Josh said that it must be the troll staging point, before realising how stupid that was. Eventually they found the other secret door, and from there found a room with a troll and a bugbear arguing in it.

They could have attacked, archjage noting castlr many other unexplored doors were about, and fearing correctly they all held trolls, they chose to retreat and take up the fight another time. Skip to main content. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email.


Deriving its title from the word for “ghost story” in Japanese Kwaidan is a book by scholar and translator Lafcadio Hearn in which are compiled an array of ghost. Kwaidan: Stories and Studies of Strange Things [Lafcadio Hearn] on Amazon. com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A miscellany of ghost stories, odd tales. : Kwaidan: Stories and Studies of Strange Things () : Lafcadio Hearn: Books.

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To ask other readers questions about Kwaidanplease sign up. Lists with This Book. In his wonderfully informative and lengthy introduction Paul Murray states that “Kwaidan” translates as “Old Japanese ghost stories” p.

Hearn was born in Greece in and spent his childhood in Dublin, while in America he was a crime reporter in Cincinnati where he remained until when he moved to New Orleans, moving to Japan in I want to thank Brian Showers for providing such an great piece of artful book making.

This book was published with the support of the Japan Foundation. This is copy 83 of copies published, and arrived with a pamphlet of the Lafcadio Hearn gathering In Ireland. In my country people say that fear has big eyes but in that case we can equally say that it has slanting ones as well. Kwaidan then is an interesting collection of Japan weird stories illustrated with drawings of ghosts, demons and other unusual creatures typical of Japan folklore and myth.

Written by Lafcadio Hearn, Japanese by choice and avocation, in times when eyes of the Japanese people were turned mainly to the West and the inhabitants of the land of the rising sun seemed to feel only co In my country people say that fear has big eyes but in that case we can equally say that it has slanting ones as well.

Written by Lafcadio Hearn, Japanese by choice and avocation, in times when eyes of the Japanese people were turned mainly to the West and the inhabitants of the land of the rising sun seemed to feel only contempt to own folk cultural heritage. For lovers of Japan culture and spine – chillers it is required reading. Stories are thrilling, hideous, sometimes touching but most of all highly atmospheric – just in time for a long autumn evening.

View all 15 comments. In Japanese folklore, there is the belief that a disquieted spirit, one who has died still troubled by a deep resentment or anger toward those it considered immoral and malevolent such as enemies or murdererswill not let go of its attachment to the physical world, in a sense not having been extinguished or quelled by death; having taken such hostile feelings to the grave, will be unable to rest in peace, and therefore will re-emerge by supernatural means fueled with vengefulness.

Kwaidan or In Japanese folklore, there is the belief that a disquieted spirit, one who has died still troubled by a deep resentment or anger toward those it considered immoral and malevolent such as enemies or murdererswill not let go of its attachment to the physical world, in a sense not having been extinguished or quelled by death; having taken such hostile feelings to the grave, will be unable to rest in peace, and therefore will re-emerge by supernatural means fueled with vengefulness.

Kwaidan or ‘weird tales’, is a collection of 20 gothic Japanese sketches written by Greek- born, Japanese emigrant Lafcadio Hearn. He created these stories from a mixture of Chinese and Japanese folklore retold over generations through both oral and literary traditions.

Kwaidan, published in the same year of Hearn’s deathis set in Japan’s Edo period which Hearn renders expertly with vividness and authenticity. Some of the tales are perhaps stranger and mysterious to the western reader than gruesome in content, as in the short sketch Jikininki – Man-eating Goblin: A priest died having lived a selfish life with an appetite for material things, is reincarnated with an insatiable hunger for the morbid.

His digressions in this infernal form is less than ecclesiastic, but one only hopes he says ‘grace’ before digging in. Most of the stories tell of ghostly apparitions or reincarnations, of supernatural beings who have taken human form. The following are just two examples of longer pieces in Kwaidan, superbly adapted to film by Masaki Kobayashi in His singing so moves his supernatural audience that he is commanded daily to perform.

Yuki-Onna – ‘The Snow-Woman’ is a haunting fantasy, beautifully told: Hearn’s best known and most memorable story. While Mosaku sleeps, Minokichi is awakened to the vision of a woman in white blowing the frosty breath of death on Mosaku, then moves her gaze to the frightened Minokichi.

Yuki-Onna, in a moment of benevolence, spares his life but instructs him never to repeat what he has just witnessed or she will kill him. Many years later this threat comes back to haunt Minokichi in an eerie, chilling twist.

As a fan of Japanese goth, I heartily recommend Kwaidan – a quick, satisfying sampling both in written or movie version, to add spookiness to the season. View all 10 comments. Jan 25, Owlseyes rated it it was amazing Shelves: Lafcadio acknowledges that many of the stories may have a Heafn origin. Mind you, Lafcadio was a lecturer of English literature in the Imperial university of Tokyo and a honorary member of the Japan society in London; and he lamented not reading Chinese.

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My sensibility guided me especially to the last chapte “Buddhism finds in a dewdrop the symbol of that other microcosm which has been called the soul His reflections on those animals in parallel with the Buddhist beliefs will astound anyone. The butterfly when chased it never has the air of being in a hurry]. An insect which deserves all respect, amazement, reverence…because of the Buddhist belief: As for mosquitoes, though bored at their number in the nearby Buddhist cemetery, they too deserve respect; any of them may become an incarnation of those dead.

Though a resident in the Japanese territory for 14 years, Lafcadio had a lot to learn from Japan,…. I have started posting reviews again, at the request of my friends. If you like them, please take time to visit my blog also, where I talk about other things in addition to book reviews. I first encountered Lafcadio Hearn in an Anthology of American stories, in gearn weird little story: The Boy Who Drew Cats. It was a creepy Japanese fairy tale about a boy whose artistic productions which kwaidann solely of a feline persuasion came to life and did away with a goblin rat.

As a short story, it did not I have started posting reviews again, at the request of my friends. As a short story, it did not possess much of a literary quality IMOso it was filed away somewhere in the back of my mind as a curious little oddity and forgotten.

In the meantime, my interest in myths, legends and fairy tales had become something of a passion. Moreover, I still carried my adolescent love of horror stories and had relatively recently been introduced to Japanese horror, more subtle and frightening than the American variety.

So this book was kwaudan of a godsend. Lafcadio Hearn was something of an outsider in the West: As with maverick Westerners in the hezrn and twentieth centuries, he found refuge in the mystic East; in this case Japan.

It is the great fortune of all of us that Hearn decided to translate these creepy gems which might have remained confined to Japan for the rest of the world. Being from kwaidna country full of wood-spirits and water-sprites myself, I could relate. There are heafn a couple based on the Japanese belief now made famous by The Grudge that a person who dies in great anger leaves behind an angry ghost. In the second part, Hearn tries to compile legends, myths and beliefs about butterflies, ants and mosquitoes.

These make mildly interesting reading, but lacks depth. A fast read, and a worthwhile one for readers who are interested in the beings which inhabit the primordial depths of our psyche. Sep 23, Murat S. Jun 25, Miriam marked it as to-read Shelves: I jwaidan across a manga based on Yuki Onna the Snow Woman that reminded me that I meant to read this, someday. View all 6 comments. This book is divided into 2 sections, the longer one called “Kwaidan,” which means ‘weird tales’ there are 17 of them and a shorter section called “Insect-Studies,” which is comprised of 3 different essays about butterflies, mosquitoes and ants.

All the writings are from a Japanese perspective, though Hearn points out where the tradition is even older and likely comes from an earlier Chinese telling.

In the “Kwaidan” section I was reminded of other folklorists who’ve done the same kind of ‘arc This book is divided into 2 sections, the longer one called “Kwaidan,” which means ‘weird tales’ there are 17 of them and a shorter section called “Insect-Studies,” which is comprised of 3 different essays about butterflies, mosquitoes and ants. In the “Kwaidan” section I was reminded of other folklorists who’ve done the same kind of ‘archiving’ for other communities.

The details in the stories may be very different from other traditions, but many times the fears embodied in hsarn stories seem the same, giving them a universal feel.

Kwaidan: Stories and Studies of Strange Things by Lafcadio Hearn

Certain stories even helped explain the modern-day Japanese horror stories and movies in which the spirit cannot rest because of a grudge it held at the time of its earthly death. I previously knew how much at peace Hearn felt in Japan, knowing that here is where he found his true home, becoming a citizen and marrying a local woman. The well-written essays with his philosophical musings show how much he had embodied the essence of Japan.

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Dec 06, Zak rated it liked it Shelves: Not what I expected. This collection came across more like the author telling me ABOUT weird tales than actual storytelling. As a result, it was really hard for me to get into any of them, save for the title story. View all 5 comments. A much more in-depth look at this book can be found here at my online reading journal ; otherwise, here’s a brief look.

I’m kwaian to the Lafcadio Hearn party, having only read two stories in this collection before picking up this book — “The Story of Mimi-Nashi-Hoichi” and “Yuki-Onna,” which have long been personal favorites.


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Margarita I am going to tell You a tale. This was a king who had A palace made of diamonds, a tent of sunlight made and a herd of elephants, a kiosk of malachite true, a great veil made of tissue, and a gentle little princess, as pretty, Margarita, as pretty as you.

One afternoon the princess Saw a star appear, The princess was mischievous And she wanted to bring it here. She wanted it to make A stickpin decorate, With a verse and a pearl, with a feather and a flower. Alluring princesses as I know Duben are just like you, they pluck lilies, they pluck roses.

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They pluck stars, they are just so. I have sought for you and found you not, no!.

And what do you have upon your bosom That it so bright looks so! The Lord will be annoyed at such!

And then he parades around elephants Along the seashore round. The princess looks beautiful, For she has her brooch with her In which are together, along the star, A verse, a pearl and a blossom.

Since so caupoliccan from me You are going to be, Keep, my child, a gentle thought For that one who one day Wished to tell you a tale.

Primitive and modern, simple and complicated, With a bit of Washington and four of Nimrod! You are an overbearing and strong sample from your race, You are well-read, you are able, you oppose Tolstoy.


And breaking horses o slaughtering tigers, You are an Alexander Nebuchadnezzar. You are an energy professor, As the current lunatics say. You believe that life is a fire, And that progress is an eruption. Where you put the bullet The future shall be put. The United States is powerful and great, When it shakes there is a deep tremor Running down the enormous vertebrae of the Andes. Thus Hugo said to Grant. Men of Saxon eyes and barbaric soul, lives. And loves, and vibrates, and she is the daughter of the Sun.

The Spanish America lives! There are one thousand cubs roaming free from the Spanish Lion. It would be necessary, Roosevelt, to be by God himself, The Terrible Gunman and strong HunterIn order to be able to have us in your iron talons. And, you have everything going for you, except one thing you lack: For helmet his hair, for shield only his chest, Could such a warrior, from the Arauco region, Lancer of the woods, Nimrod that hunts for best, Tear apart a bull or strangle a mighty lion.

He datio and walked and walked. He was seen by daylight, Was gazed upon by pale afternoon, and sighted by the cold rubne, And still the tree trunk was carried by the titan. He walked, walked and walked. Publicado por Cecilia Levallois en Datos personales Cecilia Levallois historiadora,profesora de idiomas, corresponsal de guerra,traductora y escritora nicaraguense.

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If the networked device is SNMP capable, you can enable and configure it to start collecting information and monitor as many network devices as you want from a single point. The Manager component is simply a piece of software that is installed on a machine which when combined, is called the Network Management System that polls devices on your network how ever often you specify for information. The Manager has the correct credentials to access information stored by Agents which is explained in the next section and then compiles them in a readable format for the Network Engineer or Administrator to monitor or diagnose for problems or bottlenecks.

Some NMS software suites are more complex than others, allowing you to tutorail Email or SMS messages to alert you of malfunctioning devices on your network, while others simply poll devices for more basic dms. SNMP Agent is a piece of software that is bundled with the network device router, switch, server, wifi, etc that, when enabled and configured, does all the Heavy work for the Manager, by compiling and storing all the data from its given device into a database MIB.

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This database is properly structured to allow the Manager software to easily poll information and even send information to the Manager if an error has occured. The manager Software in the previous section polls the agents at regular intervals over Port UDP Agent collects these data locally and stores it, as defined in the MIB.

So, the SNMP Manager should be aware of these nks and private questions for every type of agent. Agents, as explained above, maintains a organized database of its devices ns, settings, and more. MIB’s contain a set of Values, both statistical and contol, that are defined by the network device.

On many occassions, extensions of standard values are defined using a Private MIB by different vendors of networked devices. To simplify MIB’s, think of it like this: MIB files are the set of Questions that an Manager are allowed to ask the agent.

The Agent just collects these questions and stores them locally and serves them to the NMS when requested. To break this down even further, lets construct another example. Each identifier is Unique to the device, and when queried will provide information on what has OID has been requested.

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There can only be a Single vendor name, so this would be a scalar OID. Traps are used when the Device needs to alert the Network Management software of an event without being polled.

Traps ensure that the NMS gets information if an certain event occurs on the device that needs to be recorded without being Polled by the NMS first. Managed network devices will have Trap MIBs with pre-defined conditions built into them. MIBs are number that identify certain characteristics or values of a device, but if the Network Management system does not have a certain MIB that the network device Trap is sending, there is no way to interpret what the MIB is and will not record the event. This protocol has gone through several revisions over the years, dating back to starting with Version 1.

We are now up to Version 3, but most Network Network management systems support all versions of the protocol. Version 1 was the first version of the protocol defined in RFCs and This version is the simplest of the 3 versions of the protocol, and the most insecure, due to its plain text authentication.

Version 2 of the protocol was introduced inwith large improvements in over the first version, including transport mappings, MIB Structure elements and most importantly, improved authentication and security updates.

This security feature allows you to set authentication based on the user requirements.

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The 3 levels of authentication are as follows:. Version 3 of the protocol is the most secure of the bunch, but with added security and encryption comes added configuration and complexity of setup and configuration. But when dealing with higher level networking devices that contain sensitive information, the reward will outweigh the headache of setting it up correctly. We recommended downloading a Network Management software dms setting up several devices and start collecting SNMP traffic and stats to get a feel for its capabilities and flexibity.

What does SNMP do? Agents SNMP Agent is a piece of software that tutroial bundled with the network device router, switch, server, wifi, etc that, when enabled and configured, does all the Heavy work for the Manager, by compiling and storing all the data from its given device into a database MIB.

Say we want to know the System Uptime of a Device. There are 2 types of OID’s: Traps Traps are used when the Device needs to alert the Network Management software of an event without being polled. Versions v1, v2c, v3 This protocol has gone through several revisions over the years, dating back to starting with Version 1. Tutoial 1 Version 1 was the first version of the protocol defined in RFCs and Version 2 or 2c Version 2 of the protocol was introduced in tutorisl, with large improvements in over the first version, including transport mappings, MIB Structure elements and most importantly, improved authentication and security updates.

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This was the primary source for my undergraduate thesis, which was written ten years ago and defended ten years ago to the month. I figured I should dust it off and see what I thought about it now after all these years, maybe see how much the book has aged or I’ve aged in the meantime. Fortunately, I think both have stood the test of time.

The book is still a very enjoyable read for philosophy that it’s a conversation adds to the liveliness and accessibilitythough certain parts didn’t quite This was the primary source for my undergraduate thesis, which was written ten years ago and defended ten years ago to the month. The book is still a very enjoyable read for philosophy that it’s a conversation adds to the liveliness and accessibilitythough certain parts didn’t quite grab me as much now yaming then.

Nonetheless, many of the same parts still resonated and a few new ideas popped out, particularly in relation to the internet and its tidal wave lyotarr information: I would recommend it to anyone interested in listening to a French theorist thinking out loud with an lyotarx and covering a wide range of topics with ease and flair. In the end, if you’re interested in what justice could look like in a world in which there are no authors or authorities, read this and you might get inspired.

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The Institutes reserve the right to exclude any question or questions from this Test Booklet for final evaluation. Read the following passages and answer the questions that follow. And our mind reacts on the basis of our own mental labelling of an object. No wonder we tend to react to situations in a subjective manner. All perceived objects are conditioned by our senses and our own mind. This leads to the dramatic conclusion that we are not and by definition can never be objective!

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In this way, it becomes impossible to maintain that ‘I’ am separate from the outside world, however much it feels that way. The writer says that we can never be objective because: The act of labelling all that we see: By giving the example of the table, the writer shows how: The feeling that ‘I’ am an independent being is not true because: According to the writer: The visible motive of censorship is often to stabilize or improve the society that the government has control over. It is most commonly applied to acts that occur in public circumstances, and most formally involves the suppression of ideas.

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In order to know what we are good at, we should: Which of the following statements does the writer not say? Not much is known about her childhood. Inat the age of 16, she got married, in Florence, Italy. Lisa became his third wife. Being poor most of her life, she was now richer than she could have ever imagined. Her husband, however, was always leaving her alone to go on business trips and never asked her to accompany him.

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She posed in for Leonardo at the age of 24 on a terrace over looking the mountains. She was dressed in Florentine fashion which was heavy and burdensome. This began to take its toll on the model. Da Vinci hired muses, ,mat and musicians to keep her mood up and jolly while he painted. Being painted with oil on pinewood was a hard tedious task.

It took 4 years to paint and even longer to try to get the mouth to look right. The dimension of the painting was 77 mmat 53 cm. He used a technique he created called ‘Sfumato’ which is the gradual dissolving of light and shade.

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This created the mysterious effect that makes the face look like it is following you at all times. The portrait is now smaller since two mc were cut off.

This accounts for the terrace not being seen. InLisa’s husband asked her to finally accompany him on a trip to Calabria. She left as soon as she packed her things, leaving her painting unfinished. Leonardo waited years before he finally gave up.

Leonardo died 3 years after selling his prized possession. After the revolution, the painting was hung in the Louvre. Napoleon took his turn at owning the portrait and had it hanging in his bedroom.

Of course, when he was banished from Naples, it then returned to the Louvre again.

Her face was beginning to get a green cast from the varnish that was used in the painting process. Her death was recorded in But it was for certain that her long and boring stint as a model was worth every minute to Leonardo, being his most famous painting. Her aloof but alluring smile made its way through the ages making Mona Lisa one of the most celebrated, copied, stolen and parodied pieces of art in history.

There is little doubt of Lisa di Antonio’s influence through history.

So much so that rumors and theory fly even today. One theory has it that Leonardo included a queshion in the painting.

It can be found along the left side while viewing from the forehead along her hairline. It seems to look like Da Vinci’s profile. Another theory is that in the picture it is seen that Lisa isn’t wearing a wedding ring that was very traditional at the time.


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