You're essentially right in saying that they're just a variant on pirahnas, but I thought I'd just create a fish that is both highly prized as a pet as well as being totally dangerous to humans. Ya know, just to create some excitment for NPCs or PCs looking for fairly popular but challenging pets. Go to Comment
This item is actually pretty cool and not just in the literal sense. Instead of wielding this weapon and thus becoming uber-powered munchkins in the process, the PCs would have to destroy it or otherwise prevent an ambitious forst giant from getting his hands on it. That should make for a lot of cool plot twists. Go to Comment
It is rather silly as befits most goblin subs. Whimsical and amusing, the Sproggan would certainly be a nice suprprise to spring on any thuggish NPC who thinks that he can get away with bullying a helpless little goblin. Go to Comment
Well, just to clear two things, by the time the beetle exits its host, it's the size of a small mouse as is stated in the sub. Anything that size which crawls out someone's bum is gdefinitely oing to leave some damage in its wake. Plus, at this point, the beetle is nearing the end of its life-span and so dosen't really care if it ends up killing its host as it makes its way out.
With that that said, thanks for telling me about parasites latching onto the intestinal rather than the stomach walls. And I guess the secretion wasn't probably that neccessary. I might make a couple more modifications. Go to Comment
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This a true gem. When it comes to devising a system of belief for any world or country, your sub offers a myraid range of options that could make for an interesting environment to RP in. I especially like the ''Secret Names'' idea. Superbly done indeed! Go to Comment
I'm just wondering if drinking the brew distilled from its petals is dangerous in the long run? Since sun light contains harmful UV radiation, wouldn't drinking the sunlight stored in the plant's petals have adverse effects on one's health evantually? Go to Comment
Nicely done. They could be inserted into almost any fantasy genre, ranging from high to modern. This sub, with its details about blood-borne diseases and evantual death, also has nice sinister undertones. Go to Comment
Amusing and dangerous at the same time. I wouldn't know whether to be tickled or terrified if I ever met one of these things. Why are there such stark tempremental differences between individual Pirtuk Men though, ranging from the gentle Frosty to the homicidal Tla Goh Ti? Go to Comment
What the others said. This provides an excellent background for any potential game and by influencing the personal quirks of the weapon, a GM can shape the path that a PC takes. Also, as Scras commented, it is extremely well written. I foresee this becoming one of the most popular subs in the Citadel. Go to Comment
Kugamu was actually inspired by your very own The Ghillie-Goat Man. The idea of defeated gods becoming minor spirits that live on as symbols is one of the most compelling concepts spawned by your inspired Totemos sub, at least as far as I'm concerned. Go to Comment
If I understood correctly, Mgonos learns about the various totemos he encounters by tapping into the ancestral memories of the native people of the region? Thanks. I got to say that the existence of such a character opens up some really fascinating possibilities. Well done. Go to Comment
I'm guessing this is the evil twin of Sracs' set of black armor?Although the description could do with a little more detail, the magical effect of the item has been nicely thought out. With its knack of turning good into evil, it's certainly a dangerous item to own. Why exactly did the king have this commisioned though? Was he terrified of the prospect of assasination? Go to Comment
Expansion from the Horse Brass item: Specific Armor charms.
Cooling Touch Charm: protects horse against extreme heat, and fire, magical and mundane
Jove's Favor: tin charm shaped by a lightning bolt that protects a horse primarily from natural lightning, but also potentially from lightning based attacks. In real life, lightning kills quite a few horses and cattle a year.
Hermes' Blessing: gold charm that grants the horse magic resistance, and perhaps immunity to cantrip level magics.
Vulcan's Steed: This large iron charm in epic fashion renders the steed invulnerable to iron weapons. Such things clatter off of the animal's hide like twigs.