Simple, but full of flavor. While specifically mentioning a persona that created them, these could be adaptable to any setting with technology befitting the necessity. I can picture a wave of these just sweeping over a tract of land, leaving nothing alive in it's wake.
I do hope to read more about Sanctum and the Desecrator. Go to Comment
I agree that a demon whip is not a fresh idea, however, I searched the site for another whip and did not see one. So I think its a good idea to post something like this. I don't agree with artifacts being overpowered, this seems pretty nice. Go to Comment
I guess I missed that one, I do think of a whip as more of a ranged weapon though. The distance required between target and user seems to be further than most melee weapons. Just a matter of oppinion I guess. Go to Comment
Like I mentioned on Bloodmail, I think that these rings have an interesting backstory that could definately be adapted with some minor changes. Additionally, I have not seen a lot of items dealing with turning people into various undead, especially a Banshee. I like this one a lot.
As for people who say that removing a finger is a small price to pay, I agree. That does not detract from the item in my opinion though. Go to Comment
Found this when I was looking for stuff to use in a game I am about to run, could be an interesting side plot and I think I could easily adapt the backstory with some slight changes. Can't wait for the rest. Go to Comment
A land is reigned by a circle of powerful men who control every aspect of the citizen's life. This cabal changes members often. In reality, the spectres of a small necromantic covent possess and control the people in power. Since they simply possess the bodies, they can leave when old age overcomes their shells and possess a new up-and-coming noble.