A very fun idea, not realistic, but perfect for a fantasy ecology. Eco-friendly elves might have created these trees as slow but green form of mining. Are there only gold leaves or are there related species for other metals? Silver willows, iron oaks, copper pines.....Or the mythical mithril mahony! These are probably the only trees stereotypical Dwarves are fond of. Go to Comment
Nice background article, though the mankind-as-a-plague meme is a little overdone. However, if your campaign is build on this theme, with non-humans (or just different humans) fighting against an expansionist Empire of Man, "Remember the Mareb!" Would be a valid battlecry. Go to Comment
One of the best of all of the 30 lists. Especially as they form a conherent order. I was working on a morally ambivalent druidic order for my campaign, might I use this list? The Green Devil will fit well in my world! Go to Comment
It just occurred to me, is there a maximum range on these things? I suddenly had the idea of a hotel-cain magnate hiding guests' bed in hotels all over the world while he keeps the Master bed...
An immortal Tycoon! Go to Comment
"After the famine hit the land, the priest Galen began religious wanderings, drawing his congregation to follow him. Those who took up with him, began to walk, a great outpouring of energy to this religious pilgrimage, coming from an impoverished nation with no true direction other than to find relief. Galen professed to his followers that they would find great resources set by his God down on Earth for them, enough to nourish and slate their thirst. Those that fell as he took them across the barren plains of the western reaches, rose again to join the lines. When finally all had died, Galen led them further, praising Nuh-Erell for that first city they came upon and a feast of flesh that lay in wait"