Ok, creepy. The thing that sticks into my mind the most is her dead daughters body. I really can not fathom that it is on display where everyone can see and smell, but.... its just odd. Adds to the creepy "Im and evil ruler." face but wow.. .definately over the top.
I can see where you came up with that thought. However, all of his abilities, tattoos... are all limited and have draw backs to them. I always place conditionals on my magic in my system. But I will look at it again. Go to Comment
I like it. It is simple in the beginning yet can be as complex as the players and the Dm wish it to be. The indepth outcomes that have ben provided supply a decent amount of room for ideas on how to get the players involved.
I don't like the musket's however, and the fact that a 14 year old is as skilled as she is and still commands a comapny of men. Even though they are neanderthals, my idea of neander thals were never high on a technological level and therefore couldn't comprehend how to use delicate weapons such as crossbows and swords. But that is just me.
You could also use the rebirth theory in that Eliam has long since died of old age, natural causes, whatever you choose yet his spirit/ soul was given to another.
Since she has this unyielding desire and need to find him, the person that she finds to hold that love may not be Eliam but his loving soul.
That could cause problems if the person who she is claiming to be Eliam or his soul is in fact a PC who is a woman/ married/ or otherwise disinclined to have a stone statue craving for his affections. Go to Comment
Sorry to give it a 4/5 because the tale was wonderful.
What I docked a point for, why were the snakes magical in nature and why were there sofew of them? If they wer ehunted to near extinction, then where was that information documented at? If Crowley fought and killed the leader, did the other members get involved and if not why? Did the blood have the effect that Croawley was hoping for, to extend magic properties etc?
It seems after he killed the snake his original goal was left out or fogotten. Go to Comment
A golden skull contains the spirit of a person who has been magically entrapped in an ethereal undead status by an ancient ritual. The person was boiled alive in a golden mixture until nothing remained of him except the bones, now covered by a golden layer. Whoever has these golden bones, controls the spirit and can command it. It can assault the living with wind and storm. Manipulate objects and communicate with the living. (Inspired by Anne Rice, Servant of the Bones)