This one made me laugh, but more than that it's a clever concept. One can imagine a group of adventurers stumbling into Awan, hearing the distant "a-wan"ing and cocking eyebrows at the afflicted villagers. This one's a real beaut. Go to Comment
Great advice, Nobody. Why not make this a codex/scroll? That way, we could add suggestions to limiting things of power, while adding submission of our own that follow the ideas presented. Go to Comment
Thanks for the HoH submissions, guys. I'm glad you liked the item.
Brother Hural's position is debated by the faithful. Some see him as a martyr, but others believe his end was the wrath of Saint Vedast punishing the monk for some offense. So while some see him as a hero who died honoring his patron, others view Hural as a fallen man who did not heed the saint. Go to Comment
Tan'S'krae is used in any formal situation. Weddings and mating ceremonies would probably be included, along with negotiating an offense to honor.
I have added a paragraph under "Society" to answer your questions regarding S'krae young.
I also added a few sentences about their lack of religion. In sum, it is a cultural thing, stemming from their ancestors' loss of faith following the great drought that killed most of their population. Go to Comment
The S'krae Lifeforms (Intelligent Species)
I think we could use a little more background. While a mysterious origin sounds cool, it doesn't give much content. I'd like to hear more about the organization's background. Who founded it? Why? Is there any motivation for torture beyond money?
It's a good, solid start, but some more would be nice. Go to Comment