A simple, morally devoid and saddistic thug who would nevertheless make a formidable enemy for any fledgling hero taking up the sword against evil for the very first time. As bad-ass as they get. Go to Comment
But didn't the Vikings excel in carrying out raids against defenceless settlements rather than standing up to actual armies? This is a nicely detailed submission, but I share Moon's misgivings as to how a population of peaceable farmers can stand up to legions of hardened orc warriors to whom battle is a way of life. Go to Comment
Is there a post on the Shadow somewhere else? This is an awesome post by itself, but it would be even better if we could reade up on the other elments of the struggle between the living and the undead. Go to Comment
This is an excellently written sub. Kudos for unelashing the self-loathing pentinential necromaner that seeks to eradicate sin and with it, the whole of humanity! That said, I'm afraid the backstory dosen't really explain exactly how Ambrosia became a necromancer. To be hoenst, in compaririosn with the rest of the sub, it was a bit of a let down. Go to Comment
I'll echo Moon here and say that this is an awesome post. Just to be absolute;y sure, the physical transformation that they undergoe is determined by the unique social situations surrounding them right? Man, these are the kind of warriors that just have to be pitted against the most fearsome foes that exist in fantasy RPG. Go to Comment
Meyurk is rather well-written but I it did leave me with some questions. What are the set of circumstances that led him to killing the duke's son? This is just my opinion, but I think it would have been a unique situation that would have led to a high ranking noble encountering the mountain dwelling Egoyo. And does he have any long term ambitions like reestablishing a new Egoyo colony or seeking vengeance against the Duke?
What are his log term-goals? Does he have any intnetion Go to Comment
This is certainly a charming little character and it would indeed be hilarious if admirers of her beauty were to discover her true nature. However, I have a question. Has the isolation from her own kindred negatively affected her in any way? Go to Comment