It is always interesting to build a setting and then flesh it out by asking the question "how would this evolve? How would people exploit it?"
This post asks how the well-to-do in a magic-heavy campaign might flaunt their magic. Great!
I imagine spells for pymgy-cute familiars, magically branding designer items ("Oh, she has the prada bag of holding"), and for making your mounts faster / more impressive.
Full-magic campaigns can be tricky if everyone has access to high-power magic. I'd imagine a lot of protection spells would abound.
I like the change of post name and feel that most of the spells fit the bill.Go to Comment
My favorites are pearl, pang, bang, and hang.
These are all especially great if you either (1) know the full set ahead of time but not which is which or (2) are trying to figure out what your new-fangled magic ring does without casting identify.
The rhyming makes it seem like they form a set. Their abilities don't really synchronize though, but I might very well use the naming idea.
Ring of Girl should have a male version - the Ring of Earl.
Great post!Go to Comment
Fair statement. I played a great campaign based on Norse invaders who raided our village and ended up capturing and bringing us PCs back to their homeland. Interacting with the culture and having to play as an outsider learning how to interact in the bizarre and unforgiving world was a fantastic experience. This post is a very small part of that larger world.Go to Comment
My first post that is not my own work. I figure the Citadel is a great place to bring in all sorts of useful info even if we ourselves didn't make it.
I included references and appropriate links.
Please let me know if this sort of post is wrong and I can remove it.
I am not really sure where to put this post. It is kind of a puzzle but also kind of an informative DMing post. Again, let me know if you recommend putting it elsewhere.Go to Comment