Moon- I can read these all day, despite the fact that an elf has not made an appearence in one of my campaigns in ten years. The point is these are 'magical' places (lit. and fig.) and beautiful to imagine, with the help of your words. My fave so far would be musroom/bamboo! where's my favorite tree from childhood? The strong, proud, and resilient white birch :)
do you take requests? :) transport me to an elventri forests based on ferns. Not trees I know, but maybe an outcast society, who have (gasp!) turned their back on wood! oh wait I know, just like giant ferns preceeded actual trees, maybe a travel back in time to an early elventri society!
anyhoo, Im beginning to ramble. These are wonderful! Go to Comment
great! not to stare a gift horse in the mouth, but....How about the Elm? the classic Elm!!. Also Willow trees, in a swampy environment maybe (everything in this village kinda leans over as per willow).
Okay I'll stop, but not before I mention one last tree I'd love to see...drumroll...the Baobab!!
I'm only half-kidding by the way. I WOULD love to see all these entries someday. And I only say this because I know you would do a beautiful rendering of each. You once mentioned that like me your a bit obsess/comp. I just know you'll do these now! just kidding :)
I haven't really thought about what 'type' of demon Poggodin is. I will actually be doing an entry on the various demons of my world, *slurpy* included. I can visualize him, but its not a pretty picture :)
Ria- I love your idea about another madame being able to open the chest! Poggodin does love the ladies so that would make sense! p.s. my wife likes the hairpin too! hahaha
Andidmia- you know, herbs and balms for various umm, profession-related problems...cold sores, rashes, unwanted pregnancies, and worse ailments *shudder*. The green jars hold remedies of various kinds. Go to Comment
Cheka- I think this one is my favorite of your subs to date! what a concept! It reads like a great B horror movie from the seventies, (complete with political commentary)and I mean that in a GOOD WAY! I can picture the trailer. A young couple is down by the river bathing in the moonlight, all set to get busy, when suddenly.....
I would mention the thinly veiled dangers of industry and pollution angle too, but Scrasamax beat me to it.
So how much "damage" do you actually have to do to this thing to kill/dissolve it? and does it keep GROWING?
While traveling trough farm land the PCs come upon a merchant sitting on a wrecked wagon without a mule attached to it, hid face burrowed in his hands. He explains that he was robbed by petty goblins, unable to defend himself he had retreated. He asks the PCs to help him retrieve the mule before the goblins roast it, as a reward they may keep his goods. How hard can it be?