GM Word of the Week: Legs

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No discussion of strange, out-of-place magical items in D&D would be complete without the Apparatus of Kwalish… and strangely, it’s not the only magical item with legs.

The GM Word of the Week is produced and performed by Fiddleback of The Mad Adventurers Society and written by The Angry GM of this site right here that you are reading.

2 thoughts on “GM Word of the Week: Legs

  1. I live and work in a national park, and have made many friends from all over the world. Once, some Romanians were asking me about American folklore stories. I explained to them Johnny Appleseed (who they were actually familiar with), Paul Bunyon, and John Henry. They were more curious about the “scary stuff” but I couldn’t think of any at the time. Then they told me about Baba Yaga. And for whatever reason, I became obsessed. Something about her was just so interesting.

    She’s actually been popping up more recently too; Lost Girl had an episode with her a few years back and she’s made other pop culture appearances.

    One thing I like about Baba Yaga is her vast number of names and pronunciations in eastern Europe. Etymology has a special place in my heart.

    This was definitely a great episode. I didn’t know what to expect with the title, “Legs.” I hadn’t realized that her walking hut had made an appearance in D&D. I’ll have to look it up.

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