And Captain Penguin did aooroach the citadel with the Boots Too Fine for the Earth, and the Citadel did weep at his beautiful story, and he recieved nothing short out of five out of five.
If the Rating system allowed it, I would have voted higher. Go to Comment
It could use a major overhaul, specifically along the lines of avaliability. I'm pretty sure that Dranor took a sip to test its potentcy, after all it was immediately after he brewed it. It might make a little more sense for a servant to have done so, I mean, even if hes a master alchemist, there could have been major side-effects. Go to Comment
I happen to have a church that consist almost entirely of paladins. Their god is a Couatl, and they would no doubt love to spread some angelic wings while they do the same with their "Divine judgement." Go to Comment
I love how no one has followed true Strolenite style and said what I am about to.
IT'S TOO SHORT!
Anyway, I like the Item and all possible wacky hijinks related to it. It would be nice if some of said hijinks could have been posted in the post, and not the comments, however. Naturally, the inclusion of statistics removes points, too. Go to Comment
Khor are a monsterous and violent race. Within five years of being born, they grow to about half human size and are very, very inteligent. As they get older, they get larger... unfortunately they become less intelligent. After their adolecesence (about seven years), they grow to human size and are of a low human intelligence. As they age, they grow larger, slower, and stupider. Most of them end their lives 3 to 4 meters in height. Khor have been reported upto 10 meters tall, though those elder giant Khor do little but hit anything that disturbs them.
As they age they get larger, they don't seem to ever die of natural causes.