Extensive tables galore! A very practical guide that I'm sure will come in handy for anyone GMing with land-owning characters. While I'm sure there's similar systems like this elsewhere, it's the practical details like terrain type and taxation that earns my favor. I approve. Go to Comment
It is an excellent nuance on a classic idea and I'd love to see it implemented. For some reason, I keep picturing a Parched dragon or somesuch beast: a massive, dry, desperate thing that collapsed in the deserts long ago and devours the fluids of any transgressors of its sandy domain. Makes me thirsty just thinking about it. Go to Comment
These appear as ordinary jade chopsticks, the type one would find in a fine restaurant of the Orient. They're even engraved with little geometric designs. In secret, these designs hide the fact that the lower three-quarters of the sticks are removable sheathes that house long, poisoned needles. With a quick flick and a thrust, such a needle could find itself in the heart of an unwanted rival, assuming one could get close enough. Go to Comment
Hm. An interesting sort of pelagic were-creature. It seems almost a fairy tale, a story parents tell little children about. It also feels like it could be deeply fleshed out into something much *more* interesting. In short, I like it, but it feels rather sparse. A good idea that could bake for a bit longer. Go to Comment
Pretty much ditto what everyone else said: a useful item, a bit drab and generic in its current form, but has great potential for further exploration. Welcome to the Citadel, Cloud! Keep them subs rollin'! Go to Comment
24- The Workhorse
He works hard for his wages - and doesn't do much else. Completely dedicated to his mundane life's work, he is well-built and extremely knowledgeable in his craft. Don't bother trying to get him to talk about something else, though.
25- The Scandalizer
If something happens, she's the first to know about it. Always where the news and action is, she spreads rumors like wildfire. Many find her useful, but no one really likes her: everyone's afraid that their secrets will become the entire village's if they get too close. Go to Comment
Creepy and somewhat disturbing. Very well done as well. I rarely feel for barbarians, but this one has my sympathy. I wonder if the PCs would be wise enough to not hire him, knowing his mental instability.
A must-have for the winter quest! Stays true to the story while maintaining the proper silliness. My only suggestion is that it could have been stretched out and filled in a bit more. But good overall. Go to Comment
A nice take on assassins' blades. It adds some mystique to their dark trade, but it still feels like it lacks something to make it truly unique. It would probably be fun to toss into the sidequests of a campaign, though.
Out of curiosity, are you doing a 10 in 10, or do you just happen to be on a writing streak? I've noticed the box of recent submissions is practically filled with your writings. No complaints, of course, I'm a big fan. :-D Go to Comment