This idea is just crazy! It's the kind of thing that you'd use only if you really wanted the PC's to start questioning either their eyesight or sanity. But it still makes sense in terms of how it functions. I like this for the sheer hilarity it would bring into any game. Go to Comment
I really like the idea behind this! You could use these guys to introduce a powerful comic element in any plot-line that is threatening to become too dramatic. But some details on the way the society operates and the heirachy that rules it, should one exist, would have added substantially to this sub. Go to Comment
This is good stuff! Just the sort of thing that might want to make your typical ''hack and slash'' adventurer reconsider the old wisdom that a good blade is always useful wherever he may go. Go to Comment
This is certainly the most unique golem that i have ever seen. It's ability to alter the very nature of space/time elevate it above the rest of the mediaeval's fantasy automaton crowd.But what did Uhrzeit intend to use this creation for? Go to Comment
You could have so much of fun with this. Imagine throwing this in a desert scenario where scorpions are abundant, and then letting some wandering PC use this when his caravan is attacked by bandits. Chaos would ensure!
Cheka,I'm assuming that if the wielder wants to call on more than once species of bug, he has to picture each individually as a swarm of its own? And what happens if the bugs he summons like spiders, tend to be highly cannibalistic in nature? Go to Comment
A unique tomb-guardian whose existence springs from the deep love and adoration that its creators possessed for the deceased. While I have never taken hair as a threat seriously, I have to say that you've done a very good job with this.
By the way, is it considered a great honor for a loyal dwarf to contribute his beard for the construction of this being? Go to Comment
Now this is an awesome idea! I can imagine remote villages on the fringes of enchanted forests being continuously under siege by these murderous creations of nature. A perfect explanation for why some ancients forests might be considered ''cursed'' or ''forbidden'' by local priests or sages. Go to Comment