This has great potential for a scenario in my campaign! The fae play a large part in the campaign and this would be a useful sidequest, particularly with Strolen's idea to incorporate Fairy Luck as well. Thanks, Agar.
AG, there was another hacker attack in December of 2004? Then perhaps the hacker attack of December 2010 is the next wave? Quick, man the battlements and send out the flying squirrel scouts for areal surveillance!
I liked the door. It made me think. Perhaps one of cloth that had to be unfolded and rubbed against the rock? Or one that folded up several times so as not to be so bulky? How about one that, after you were inside, could be taken off the wall and stood in the corner, making the door outside vanish?
I had one, The Playroom, that was 2 inches tall. When stood on the ground and opened with it's key, it became a children's nursery. Great for adventuring mothers. Go to Comment
I'd like to know a little more about them. I can see a scenario arc around them, where the PCs have to find the Books, one at a time, and bring them back to the High Temple of ??? to be destroyed/entombed/or otherwise gotten rid of. Of course, the current owners will be displease, but you can't make everyone happy! Go to Comment
In a city where the justice system features judicial dueling, plaintiffs and defendants are permitted to request a champion to take their place in the duel: Someone chosen by lot from among the foreigners in the city. When anyone first arrives, they are given an enchanted ceramic pendant that marks them as a candidate for "court duty".
Wealthy folk entering the city are often escorted by burly guards, paid to carry pendants on their behalf: They elude court duty in that way.
Adventurers may seek work as a rich man's proxy or may find themselves magically summoned to serve as a champion.