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Items  (Jewelry)   (Cursed)
Pieh's comment on 2007-10-04 12:14 AM
I like the update, it's much better now. Not that it was bad to begin with. Let's have the other 2 Rings. Then a Plot! and some NPCs! Yay! Go to Comment
The Broken-Winged Ambassadors
NPCs  (Major)   (Political)
Pieh's comment on 2012-04-15 07:42 AM

The Broken-Wing Ambassadors, the Four Ambassadors of Man, represent Mind, Body, Spirit and Void. They are one set of The Divine Concepts, a special caste of immortals meant to be physical representations of The Grande Scheme of Things.

Aten'gai is The Mind. The pommel of his dasuj features a pink gem said to be the origin of all ideas. He is quiet and calm, always calculating and exploring logical patterns of thought. When he speaks, it is with purpose and clarity to define something or thouroughly explain an idea. He is also an excellent liar, being skilled at understanding what will make someone believe him.

Rapp'Lu is The Body. The pommel of his dasuj features a red gem said to be unbreakable under any circumstances. It may also be disaterous if broken. He is a being of action and straightforwardness. Gesturing and "talking with his hands" are common and he will try to solve most problems physically.

Ouru'Ha is The Spirit. The pommel of his dasuj is a purple gem said to evoke all emotions in the world. He is a being of passion. He understands emotions and acts upon them. Often rash and unpredictable, he is often viewed as crazy.

Mox is The Void. He carries no dasuj. He is always unseen. He says nothing and in no way affects anything. He does not exist. Mox is the most important Ambassador, for he brings peace from immortality.

The Ambassadors' Plans:

The Broken Wing Ambassadors, the Three Existors of Man and Their Uncalled Brother, plan to create The Void known to them as Mox. The Ambassadors will become Four and they will be at peace. No longer forced to represent the Materials of Man, they can happily cease to exist as will Every Thing.

The Path they follow to achieve this goal is three-fold.

Aten'gai seeks to make every Man question his intelligence, to instill self-doubt in his patterns of thought, make him a follower of those he considers smarter than he (Which would ideally be everyone).

Rapp'Lu seeks to make every Man doubt his body, to fear it may fail or is not up to any tasks. They should allow a better Man to do the jobs of the body.

Ouru'Ha seeks to make every Man weak of spirit. They must cast aside emotions, for they make a Man do unwanted things. Control is to be desired, so remove the soul.

Mox seeks to exist. When The Void exists nothing exists.


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The Broken-Winged Ambassadors
NPCs  (Major)   (Political)
Pieh's comment on 2012-04-15 07:46 AM

I like this one. Great little sprig of inspiration. I think I took it in a completely different direction, but now I have ideas of writing up some Laws of The Divine Concepts and making more of them.

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Dwarven Beard Golem
Lifeforms  (Constructed)   (Underground)
Pieh's comment on 2007-09-15 11:38 PM
Very Cool, I love dwarves! I need to post some new Dwarven items. This is great, I love the idea of a big crazy Dwarven Chewbacca-Golem. I have a pretty full beard myself and could see shaving it to mourn the loss of a loved one. Especially if it would help guard their tomb. This is a very cool creature and very Dwarven in a good way. I love it. Go to Comment
Lifeforms  (Intelligent Species)   (Tundra/ Arctic)
Pieh's comment on 2011-04-06 11:34 PM

Not a bad minor alien race. It certainly has uses, and I liked the bit about "the better food cart."

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Library of the Ancients
Dungeons  (Water)   (Rooms/ Halls)
Pieh's comment on 2010-11-20 02:35 AM

This is a nice, solid, bit of dungeoning. I've been reading a few of the 5-Room-Dungeons and I really like the format. This is a great simple example. There are a few questions, that are easily filled in by the reader's mind with plenty of variations, and a few things I would change, but they are easy changes to make. Good work.

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Library of the Ancients
Dungeons  (Water)   (Rooms/ Halls)
Pieh's comment on 2010-11-22 05:00 AM
What did you do to get the cool golden text? I want cool golden text. Go to Comment
Liliensa Gigantus Gigantus
Lifeforms  (Flora)   (Water)
Pieh's comment on 2010-11-22 08:21 AM

That's just plain interesting...

Great 9-and-a-half reasons to use a big-ass lily in your next wetlands game!

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Armor of the Last Stand
Items  (Armor)   (Heroic)
Pieh's comment on 2007-08-14 02:16 PM
Updated: Added War Freetext. Go to Comment
Tungsten-Trousered Troubadors of Trilaxa
NPCs  (Minor)   (Artistic/Performance)
Pieh's comment on 2009-08-25 08:47 PM
Aaaaawe yeah! This is a massively amazing piece that is very inspirational to me. My only problem is the format, a scroll entry for each member doesn't really do it for me without some unifying background. Each individual rocker is well detailed, but I feel like there are so many more directions this could go in. Still, it's good enough for one of my rare HoHs. Keep rocking, T-TToT! Go to Comment
Ring of Oblivion
Items  (Jewelry)   (Villanous)
Pieh's comment on 2009-08-26 08:16 PM
What they said! Go to Comment
Items  (Clothes)   (Non-Magical)
Pieh's comment on 2007-07-02 10:09 PM
"Who throws a shoe?!?" -Austin Powers

Now I know, Holy Warriors throw shoes! Go to Comment
A Cookbook of Gods!
Society/ Organizations  (Religious)   (World Wide)
Pieh's comment on 2007-07-01 01:16 AM
"Big Mac"

The Godman of Grease, Lord of the Fries! Hear his wisdom! Big Mac is a god of quick meals and teenage stomachs. Everyone loves his greasy, quick, easy meals. Especially the younglings, who he always has some sort of toy to give. He dwells on the corner of Godstreet, in his eatery. All gods come from far and wide for a quick meal. His priests work at small diners called Little Macs and serve unhealthy yet cheap and filling foods of all sorts. Most enjoy his Burgers, Fries and Thick Chocolate Shakes... but do not ask for a salad or he may smite you. Go to Comment
A Cookbook of Gods!
Society/ Organizations  (Religious)   (World Wide)
Pieh's comment on 2007-07-01 09:26 PM
"Em'ril, God of Spice"

Em'ril is a very popular deity, he shows other gods how to cook with a little spice. He is known for his annoying catch-phrase "Ka-Bang!" and uses it as often as possible. Occasionally muttering it to himself when no one is around. He loves to add spicyness to anything and everything. Soups, Salads, Subs, anything. With magical spice-summoning words his priests do the same. Bringing out the "True Nature" of natural foods.

"Ka-Bang! Your food is now good!" Go to Comment
A Cookbook of Gods!
Society/ Organizations  (Religious)   (World Wide)
Pieh's comment on 2009-02-12 02:47 PM
Green Dairos
He is an odd god, a god of the earth and the grass it grows. He feeds the cows with his spiky green flesh and they, in turn, produce the richest milk imaginable. He appears as a patch of bright green grass and can sometimes be seen slithering from cow to cow in the fields.

Green Dairos can be summoned with offerings of milk and cheese under the light of the harvest moon. The cows he feeds will produce much milk of the highest quality which can be used to make delicious cheeses and creams. Go to Comment
A Cookbook of Gods!
Society/ Organizations  (Religious)   (World Wide)
Pieh's comment on 2008-02-23 12:42 AM

This is a sick twisted Godling, Lekk-Tur teaches his priests how to gain nourishment and the best flavors from the meats and flesh of intelligent humanoids, and to empower their own internal organs by eating those of others. Among his most famous worshippers were a man named Sweeney and his wife who used Lekk-Tur's blessings to secretly make meatpies out of human meat and got away with it for many years. His worshippers range from grotesque flesh-eating monsters to seemingly normal people with everyday jobs as well as some of the more unsavory tribal humanoids. His priests often learn to properly roast and serve their meats with fanciful side dishes. Lekk-Tur rewards good taste and manners, but also tolerates the savages.

The Meat of an intelligent creature properly prepared by a cleric or priest of Lekk-Tur can actually heal the mortal body to a certain degree. It has been known to close wounds and remove potential deadly toxins. Go to Comment
A Cookbook of Gods!
Society/ Organizations  (Religious)   (World Wide)
Pieh's comment on 2008-03-08 02:21 AM
The Muffin Man
"Do you know the muffin man, the muffin man, the muffin man?
Do you know the muffin man who lives in Drury Lane?"

The Muffin Man created the common breakfast item known as the English Muffin. In his early years as mortal, before his culinary ascension, he would go door-to-door delivering these fresh baked goods with butters and jams. Now that is the job of his priests and their Iron Chef Golems. The Muffin Man's only purpose is to keep the English Muffin at the breakfast table. Why must this snack endure? It has for so long... what could he be plotting?

You may think The Muffin Man's agenda is lacking something, but he has a secret. Way back when The Muffin Man was a mortal with a real name (now known only by a select few) he created the Iron Chef Golem in his house on Drury Lane. It spewed too many English Muffins for the Muffin Man to handle and eventually he had to destroy it. Since then, the design has been perfected by his priests (his very few priests). Some say the Gnomes had a hand in this devilish device. You decide...

Iron Chef Golem (Thanks to Kuseru Satsujin)
The more simple versions of these dread muffin factories look like typical chefs, with the big poofy baker's hat and giant cleaver or frying pans. But, sometimes, the design is a little... off. They have been seen ravaging the countryside pelting travelers with english muffins. They look like giant ovens with spalutas and whisks protruding at odd angles, like the flippers of some ancient aquatic beast. They also contain just about every utensil you could possibly need: forks, spoons, prongs, tongs, whisks, ladles, knives, cleavers, mashers, graters. You need it? You have it, if you can defeat it. Muahaha. Go to Comment
Magnetic Bolas
Items  (Ranged Weapons)   (Combat)
Pieh's comment on 2007-06-30 07:05 PM
Yeah, I don't know much about magnetism myself either and I agree with all your points. Some sort of magical powder that temporarily kills the magnetism would be useful but I doubt it would make a great stand alone submission. So, yeah it's a little silly and a little flawed, but arent all the greatest things in the world? Eh? Whatcha got to say to that? Go to Comment
Parasite Fighter
Items  (SpaceShips)   (Combat)
Pieh's comment on 2014-07-09 04:41 PM
Kel'Regar stuff is always a good read. This is no exception. I enjoyed the physical description of the Parasite Fighter, the yellow and blue chitin-armor paints a neat picture in my mind. I don't do much Sci-Fi but I'm likely to recall this is I end up doing an insect plot for a different type of game. Good work. Go to Comment
Acid Grenade
Items  (Potion)   (Combat)
Pieh's comment on 2007-06-28 12:21 AM
Yay! Burning goodness! I thoughly enjoy things that eat away at the flesh and boot. Now, a question: Does the acid ceated by this powder look and smell just like water? Or would it have the blue-white tint and smell of freshly chopped onions? Anyway, sounds fun. I vote a 3.5 but wish it could be higher. Unfortunatly there's nothing between 3.5 and 4. BAH! TO HECK WITH IT ALL! You get a 4. ]Error 1801[ :The Strolenite Known as Pieh has ceased funtioning, bring cheesecake immediatly: Go to Comment
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Wine of Sarnnii

       By: valadaar

Made from the tears of a bound goddess, this magical wine has the power to charm or dominate any who imbibe even the faintest quantity. Once affected, it remains dormant until the victim hears a special magical phrase, upon which they will be magically bound to the speaker. Enterprising villains could drop this into the water supply of an important city..

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