Another one of my favourites, and a great source of inspiration. Dystopic, dysphoric, dystonic and other things beginning with dys...I love it! Perfect in presentation, content, symbolism and atmosphere. What else is there to say? 5/5, and it damn well deserves it. Good job! /David Go to Comment
Ive been going back to my favourite posts on the site lately, just to show appreciation to the people who have inspired me the most. This is one of them. I like a good solid backstory for both PC´s, NPC´s and the entire setting. This is a good example of that, a well explored history that includes the chaotic touch so common in our own world´s history. Great job!
This is genius-level stuff, Muro. Rife with detail and a perfect back-story. You find yourself liking this girl, demon-loving though she is. This is going on my Favourite list, and up on HoH tomorrow. Brilliant job! /David Go to Comment
I´ll give this 1,5/5, purely because it is an idea with a lot of potential.
This post is also a good example that an idea needs exploration in-depth and creative development before it is presented to anyone.
Me, I think it´s sad that this really interesting idea never recieved that attention and, therefore, became stillborn. It could have been so much more....
I would have put this in the hall of dishonour, if we had one.... Not because it´s a bad idea in itself, but because a post needs work.
This post is interesting. Not in itself, but in the comments and assistance the author was given. It is a good example of the need to brainstorm with others to expand a rough idea. I have a feeling this plot could be made into a nice rpg adventure or even a book - there are lots of so-called *recognized* fantasy authors that make do with a lot less... *cough* Eddings *cough, cough* Go to Comment
A city the heroes visit is in a crisis, the king and queen are getting a divorce. Who shall rule? The inhabitants of the city take sides by tying a red or blue ribbon to their swords, sticks etc. Whose side will the Pcs take?