Hehe. PC, 'Im bored so I stare at that paperweight over there.' GM, 'You stare at it for a little while, suddenly you're staring out of it.' Cause think about it, what PC doesn't act evily at some point or another.
Yeah, now I can tell my players that they found a pulp magiziune in the Evil Overlords stash, most likly the Tales of the Unknown, with a special article about the super secret uber world destructo sword buried under Nt. Vesuvious Go to Comment
It's good, I like it. I think it is a better one than my first post, because it gives you something to build off of. A string of items/people linked together is good, it gives you an idea what the writer was think when they did something.
Ehhh, Yeah. a bit cliche-ish, but with vampires, what isn't? That being said, I like the idea of the vampires getting their blood withou having to tear people throats out, that just seems so out of date. the creature of the night have evolved since the old days. From insane feral hunter into cultured feral hunters. Ignore the oxymoron.
The 'performers', because thats what they are, would probably be very good at illusions? Right.
You hire them to track someone down, they do this fancy ritual with random landmarks flashing up into the air, about 3 days later the guy you wanted is gagged and bound and paced on your doorstep. What you don't see is taht that blood that you thought was human was really the blood of a cow, while you weren't lookin he switched the jug of blood you gae him with a different jug. He brings the new jug bak to his 'master' and then the master does the real magi and finds the guy they want.
I know I didn't say that right, but I can't really say it right anyway. Go to Comment
This is an idea that has been around, but you gave it a good backstory. I'd like to see more of these, because all the other times I've seen this idea it has only been the 4 basic elements. Go to Comment
A revolt or attack happens against a strong city/kingdom. All the losers of the battle that can be captured are brutally crucified along the roads that enter the kingdom to show their strength and as a demonstration of what happens to their enemies. ... a long road, decorated with hundreds of dying crucified soldiers... You see them bleeding, you hear them screaming and whispering for help. Do you really want to enter this reportedly peaceful kingdom?