I like it. Cap can you go through there and edit in a paragraph or two? Interesting idea. I kept reminding me of the movie 5th Element with the way the city was built on top of itself and the lower portions of the city were below the cloud line. Go to Comment
Actually I did have that very incident happen in one of my story lines but it wasn't to kill the group only incapacitate them. I am a very harsh DM but fair. You run amok and step on the wrong toes, and just like in the real world, they step back. Only one person died from that incident and thats because they were stupid. I just put my players into seemingly impossible situations, whether they are smart enough to escape alive is up to them. Go to Comment
I'm conflicted on this one. It is well known my choice of magic items that have a price. The price of this item is great. Two fold actually. To sacrifice yourself and alter the world, as you know it, for the better. Great.
However, it seems way to powerful. Being able to remove an entire army or kill a god? There must be stronger repercussions to do a much larger degree.
I'm thinking to kill a person it is a 1 to 1 ration. To kill an army, the weave must be balanced and a larger loss must be incurred. To kill a god, should be a devastation. Just my opinion. Go to Comment
While not very practical in it's description I have seen similar weapons used in martial arts. Some with small blades, some with hooks or weighted balls. All have a similar effect and are more devistating than they first appear.
While I do not see implimenting this into my world, yet, it is still a nice idea especially if you have a cinematic or swashbuckling combat rule system your using. Go to Comment
I enjoy the odd bit of, why is that happening? when the PC's come into contact with something that alters them somehow and they didn't pay attention. Good job. I usually don't go for the creating of food, but its a neat idea. Go to Comment
The size of it being a single fox disturbs me in thinking how big the fox must have been. Were i to use it I would make it a wolf pelt of some size to make it more believable as it being from a single animal.
But why stop there. Perhaps there are many forms of this cloak. A bear skin cloak. A cloak made of a panthers skin or tiger. Perhaps a leather cloak made from the hide of a crocodile. The numbers are near endless.
Imagine finding a treasure trove full of bother but animal skin cloaks. Go to Comment
I love it. The item has a lot of very mundane properties that are a hinderance and at the same time a benefit. It is submissions like this I am looking for. While it does have a huge ability to cast the fireball type spell so many times a day, it is still a well balanced item.
I see one problem however. With the idea of it being used to switch with a real club as mention earlier. The weilder would know what it was when they picked it up. If not then they would not be able to determine who to cut or slash or pierce with it. As soon as someone not familiar with it They would see the ruse.
You trip and fall and it tumbles from your hand. A passerby helps you up and picks up the ctick cutting their hand and seeing the weapon. What would happen then I wonder? Go to Comment
This is the beginning of a nice idea. I would be more apt to put a better vote on it should it be longer and more detailed.
Why is the King of Addarron wanting to bring peace to the region after all this instability? What has changed? What other issues are the region having? What would the son gain if he was the reason behind his fathers death?
Its always a great idea to have players accused of a crime they didn't commit. Especially if at least one of them is of the mind of running first to prove their innocence. Go to Comment
This needs to be expanded on and birthed into a new era. This is such a good idea it needs to be finished. This single, albeit large, paragraph does not due this submission justice... someone please finish this... or make it a group effort. Go to Comment
I take offense to this item. My son's name is Cain. :) He is.
Seriously, it actually sounds intriguing. Question about the cutting the wrist part. Does it happen all in one night? For instance, a non-vampire opens it and befalls the curse and must then slake the books thirst with their blood by cutting their wrist. Now does it drain them completely that night? Or does this happen over a peiod of a few days. And if so, do they have an recollection of cutting their wrist? Wounds open, closed, heal over night?
edit - ok I see where it says over night now. I missed that part. But does the victim have any recollection of cutting their wrist? Go to Comment