can't blame you, he's less actual NPC and more story, something to help develop the original post of Last Stand, but I can't say I'm trying to deny your rating. I have a feeling that there will be drastic changes to this character as the entirety of the story develops Go to Comment
Well captain you nailed Everyoung on the head, ah and as for details, much more of this is to come, Infren himself is in creation as well as the history of all that led up to this. Also, all the aforementioned areas will most likely be evolved into a world or part of atleast Go to Comment
ummm next time do the world, and the site a favor, put the story under "full item description" only enough to wet our tastebuds, so to speak in the brief version. But down to the point at hand. 3/5 I enjoyed the story, a bit tounge-twisting but well written none the less, and conceptually great item, almost too powerful though. Is there a limit on the size of an object she could swap, like whatsay I try this on say, the museum? only other thing is your wording on how to use item, it took me a bit of time to figure out. But I must admit I see plenty of opportunity to use this against my group. Go to Comment
great story, as are so many of yours, but out of curiosity, if i were to say, throw the ring and speak the command word would it drill through what i hit? can you say super sling?
4/5 for the item
5/5 for the story Go to Comment
great twists on it guys, thanks for furthering this story, but, let us remember basic physics, it will only discharge through a ground and conductor, (paring knife, your body) and if the party can remove the pit with some insulating item, it could be used to say, create all sorts of fun things, it's a great natural way to add modern elements to any game, oh, and I must say, I do oh so love the thief-zappy factor :) -with more to come and more to not, I bid you good evening Go to Comment
Rich Romans raised fish in private pools at their villas. A favorite fish was lamprey, a parasitic fish which sucks off blood and flesh but made an excellent meal. A particuarly gruesome punishment for slaves was to be thrown into the lamprey pool, where their flesh was ripped from the bone by swarms of the jawless fish.