I wouldn't want to mess with one. A common observation about chickens is 'who decided someone who was a coward was a chicken? Have you ever met a chicken? They will mess you up'. This applies to your run of the mill evolved from therapod poultry.
A bird with antlers. I want an omelet, this might cost me an eye... Go to Comment
I have two thoughts for that, one is that the Transformers counted time in cycles and megacycles, but I am not sure if they ever explained just long 4 megacycles was, and if that was actually a long time for the transformers. The other thought is that the modern nomenclature for computers and computer technology are going to be so obsolete it is going to be comparing tying knots and fixing sails, and then using the terminology and trying to launch a space shuttle with it. Go to Comment
The beefcake and cheesecake are somewhat meta but in no relation to any specific system, but rather traditional fantasy art, ala cheesecake fantasy like Red Sonja, and Boris Vallejo, and Frazetta. This could also very easily apply to 99% of comic book artists. Go to Comment
I really like this idea, because it allows you to delve into color and background material, the sort of stuff that makes for deeper connections with the character without contributing to their ability to function as 'murder hobos'.
Instead of a sword, the swordsman is gifted with a fine scabbard. The heroes are toasted and have a feast thrown in their favor. The local bard composes a epic in their name, while a group of minstrels put together a stage play of the hero's last campaign, with a few touches and flare and mistakes. Go to Comment
A Magical Hat that has only enough magic to stay on its wearers head, in spite of wind, falling, or even being turned upside down. The owner, never having to pick up his hat gains an extra swagger to his step, and a small boost to charisma.