Hehehe... I knew i left out something...
But the real problem is that there are so many variations that could be used, I dont want to put them all. Try what i wrote and if it dosent seem enough add more penalties... hehehe... Go to Comment
Wow, ain't this a blast from the past. Muro's favorite as of 2006? I wonder if that still holds true. An enjoyable submission that, with a few tweaks, could lead to a very fun couple of encounters or story-lines.
Imagine a group of adventurers with the cursed boots being tailed by a flock of maniacal mallards hell bent on some bizarre revenge.
I would love to see an entire scenario written around this item. Classic! Go to Comment
Alright then, i use "planes" in my campain worlds so it works out. If you dont (im pretty sure thats what your saying Captain) im sure you could come up with an alternate item history to fit in you world, if you want to use it of course.
... And i would think that alternate planes of existance would add more mythical-ness to a campain world, but hey every campain world is different. Go to Comment
I think it should have a third effect:
Shadow Possesion - If a creature of the race this item was built to be used for is loaded into the basket and launched there is 30% chance they will possess any living creature they hit. If its a miss a shadow (about the size of the creature launched) appears on the ground. Any one to come in contact with the shadow has a 5% chance to be posesed (making the shadow go away) and a 10% chance become quite ill.
hehehe that would be sweet. I think im gonna have to use this. Go to Comment
Well Agar, i purposely left out strings 1 and 3 because i didnt think it would be possible to pull only 2 strings with string 2 in the middle. If you think it would be possible feel free to add an effect. And i actually thought of making one of the strings cause the arrow to become the size of a ballista arrow, then again i also almost made it so when you use all 3 strings the arrow explodes as soon as it leaves the bow...
Thank you all for liking my item. You're all welcome. Go to Comment
When did Agar accuse you of plagiarism? Im afraid i dont see that anywhere and wouldent mind an explanation.
But elfkin, seriously, I hope your not a GM. Either way I dont know what kind of people your playing with but I would think that a Full Heal potion would be greatly frowned upon by even the PCs if it was intoduced to a campain. But, to each his own... Go to Comment
Thanks for pointing out that typo Ylorea, ill fix it right away.
Manfred and Agar... all the particulars are basically up to the GM in this case. Some might not mind the PCs using this item to its full potential if they found out how to use it. I dont know... as long as it gives you an idea you can use im happy... Go to Comment
Nearly every primitive culture has had rituals and celebrations to guarantee the proper passage of the seasons and to ensure the fertility of crops and animals. Oversight of these ceremonies was generally the provenance of local kings or priests.
Suppose that the adventurers dispatch one of these fellows. The local peasants may become hysterical, fearing famine and death will stalk the land. Alternatively, they may want one of the new heroes to become king. For a while, this can be a good thing, but the first time that the crops fail, the superstitious locals will want to sacrifice their new leader.