I really like this character, he made me laugh when I read about his random commands and projects, like an ADD child. A history would make this sub better, but its already very good. The idea of gods being tangible and flawed appeals to me, even if this enormous croc cannot be killed by the PC's. Go to Comment
This sub was inspired by manfred's new take on vampires, which I enjoyed, but decided that an alternative explanation of vampires with a biological basis was needed. All of the biological information is accurate to my knowledge, but if it happens to be incorrect or too technical to understand, please let me know. Go to Comment
Updated: I changed the data on retroviruses. Thanks for pointing that out, Ouroboros, I don't know how I missed it. There is another term for this kind of virus, but I cannot recall what it is. Go to Comment
Creepy but cool. My main question would be: Why does the scarecrow need the spirits of nature trapped inside it? Does it re-enforce the Scarecrow's structure? It seems that the spirit enhanced-scarecrow would act very similarly to a non-spirit enhanced scarecrow, because the witch controls the creature from afar regardless. Now that I am thinking about it though, I guess the witch could be controlling the nature spirits rather than the body itself. Either way, I'm a little confused. Go to Comment
Its a good idea, but I'm not sure how the nomads are any more protected against the elements while riding the beetle's back, which would be the primary issue in a desert notorious for its sandstorms. But then again, perhaps I am misunderstanding the use of the beetles. Go to Comment
Oh man that's awesome. My players are natural packrats and this item will be a great adventure-starter, because they would rather fight to the death than give up a single item that they won. Excellent backstory. Go to Comment
My world doesn't have a large chunk of legislation on anything. The closest approximation I can think of would be The Lord of the Rings, only Sauron won, then died. Basically, the primary population is evil, at least for the time being, which makes for a very chaotic social structure. Liches are accepted on whether or not they can survive. This allows Morbid to take liberties in his creative process that would usually draw an army of crusaders to his door. Go to Comment
This is an excellent all-around submission, hence the 5/5 vote, and the transition from demon to mortal to god is superbly described. If I had to poke one hole in this, I would ask what originally motivated a creature born of chaos to turn so far against his nature? Otherwise, it's great. Go to Comment
Maybe this monster is merely misunderstood. Having the intellect of a child, but the muscle development of a monster, it is simply trying to make its way in the world. It would be very interesting for the PC's to go on a monster hunt, only to find the great beast playing a game with itself. Go to Comment
A man is arrested for mass murder and found to be insane. Piles of corpses were found on his property, neatly stacked torsos with the skin peeled off and the limbs removed. The man readily admits the work is his, though he claims he was only chopping down trees, removing their branches, debarking them, and then stacking them to season.
The man may have swung the axe but it was a Druid who caused the delusion. This Druid is still on the loose and likely to repeat the crime. In time he may get more creative in his "punishments."