Creepy and sinister. But visiting the dolmens is a good way for those weary of life to kill themselves, I guess. Do ordinary folk, those not suffering from mental illness, regard these dolmens as a place of evil? Go to Comment
If its powered by a battery, how long can it operate before it needs to be recharged?
Apart from that question, this seems to be a neat enough sub. Its logical and useful, ready to be used by anyone planning to abduct someone. Would the cult sell one of these devices to criminal elements? Go to Comment
This is actually quite a potent but deadly item. The fact that if your fear stops, you might very well end up dying at the hands of your enemies, makes it a rather sinister item. Was the slippery effect over a wider radius than normal when the wearer is afraid, an intentional or accidental effect? Go to Comment
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