Update: I really want to do a write up for the cult inspired by White Death. (And shamelessly borrow Muro's graphic imagery involving deranged cultists hacking off the hands of their victims). But that will have to wait until I'm done with the short story that I'm writing for the wizard themed E-Pub. Go to Comment
My favourite by far are the demonic elks. I can definitely envisage some very brave adventurers trying to steal a few from their nomadic owners in order to sell them as steeds to some aggressive, warlike kingdom. But the other creatures featured in this entry also make for interesting read in their own right. I do enjoy the overall macabre tone of the animals that they've encountered so far. Excellent job. Go to Comment
A novel concept that has been executed rather well. I can imagine the chaos that would ensure if some PCs mistook this entity for a run of the mill zombie. Btw, would it be possible to communicate with this sentient bow? Go to Comment
You're right, Scras. This sub was actually somewhat inspired by a book on Vodoun that I was reading at the time. I've always found syncreitic religions to be fascinating. Also, thanks for the welcome, Kassy and Scras. It's good to be back. :) Go to Comment
Read the sub and I have to say that I enjoyed it immensely.. The title alone is worthy of applause . Also, with the author's approval, I'd just like to write a sub based on the recently arrived frog people. Go to Comment
Elves use nature as strength and borrow from the trees to keep them living. An elf out of the forest for more than a day begins to die and within 3 days is dead without borrowing the strength of nature.