accually try the translation again CP and you will really get water repulser.....And the Mercury needs vibrations to work right? But you have to have the right vibrations all the time, so if you make the Mercury only able to collect one vibration (say the vibration that repulses water)by making it in an alloy with the birck, and modifying it in the crystal sphere, it will only "hear" one sound and so only do one thing...no matter what noises are made, or not made, there is enough back ground noise to make it work (however it can be augmented by producing the right sound) Go to Comment
Mass is not everything, area has alot to do with it. And if you would bother to check the physics of it all, you would find that, like a hovercraft, it will inprove the spead of the vessel a great deal. Go to Comment
DL- ok in answer to the first Query, yes, to both, the sound is what shapes the effect, and the impurities in the alloy allow only some sounds.....think of the impurities as a filter for the sound. And some have made songs that can create powerful, and hiden items, simply by singing the song in the presance of pure Philosopher's Mercury.
Also it is very hard, and very dangerious to make, and simply cannot be found on just any market. And I didn't call it magical, because with magical items there is a temptation to say "Hey, It's magic, it just works." And this should follow more laws and rules (at least it does in my world) Go to Comment
Thank you all for the encouragement and the very helpful criticism, I would love it if you could continue to help me with this one, so my others will be better, so please keep it coming. Thanks Go to Comment
Yea, it needs some work...what is its history, why did the sea gods get angry with the village, what was it doing there in the first place, what have the merfolk done to it, what do they use it for, what does it look like, etc?
I like the start, and am going to try to use it in my gameworld, but more from you would be great. Go to Comment
Love the Setting and am planning on starting to use it in one of my campiagns, this is a great start for a fantasict set of adventures and locations, as well as no end of item...that is it...I am stealing it!!!! Bahahahahaha!!!!! Go to Comment
During a public holiday in the small town of Wyrmbersch, the Mayor is accidentally killed by a statue which falls from the roof of the Town Hall. As shocked spectators crowd around the body, they discover that the Mayor, at the moment of death, shape-shifted into a squat, stunted humanoid figure, it's grey skin dominated by bony ridges and lumps. How long was the Mayor an imposter? And who else in the town isn't what they seem to be?