The lights that were in the cliche wizard's tower, what were they? I can understand them being side effects of the creation process. Or, a great battle between Tetrek and the wolfkin, but it's not clear.
I also had a problem like this when I joined, I wanted to make demonic werewolves that only had the hybrid form. Luckily, I didn't finish it, I just logged out with out saving it.
Although I've read it before I forget what it was like. From what the comments said it did have a lot of flaws but most of them are now gone.
All in all, I think that it's an okay submission that could be used but not often, though one of them as a character would be cool. Go to Comment
I am preparing a horror dungeon with my brother this Halloween and was looking for some tips on making one when I found this. It's well written, helpful, and has many ideas that I am sure I shall use in ten weeks. Go to Comment
This is a really... strange submission. When I read it I wasn't thinking Lovecraft, and now I still don't think Lovecraft would be the way to describe this guy. I think more of when we think of evil and demons and undead we make all of the terrible things they are more abstract; like we don't realize just how depraved they are, we just stamp the 'evil' on them and call it good. But when you read this it gets you to think about specific things that are wrong, you see more of how really evil they are, not simply that they are evil.
Very nice! Rather inventive and original idea that makes it more-than-less attractive.
Another idea is that the players find one of these that's empty and needs to be filled. So it grabs the first person to pick it up or touch it. When they do it transports them into the torch until something like a remove curse is cast on them. To the rest of the party it looks like Bob just reached down to pick up a torch and then disappeared. That would make a paranoid party very cautious around torches that they find in the next few dungeons. Go to Comment
An old, misanthropic and paranoid man feels his time is coming. There are sons to leave his fortune to, but they are not worth it, not a dime do they deserve! And he doesn't really trust anyone else. And so he has made a decision: as a part of his last will, his henchmen are instructed to burn and destroy all his holdings, buildings as harvest. The lands shall be auctioned off, the proceeds used to pay the servants. Nothing shall stay behind. Nothing.
Depending on the status of the grumpy old man, this weird occurrence may be only a family drama, or it may end up bringing an entire region into chaos. Or the son(s) have found what should happen, and want to prevent it before their sick father dies.