A fun bunch of rag tag mercs, and certainly a memorable addition to any battlefield. I can easily see most PC's dismissing them as worthless low lifers, only to revaluate when the group winds up holding their friend/target for rescue hostage for ransom.
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Gritty and simple, perfect for Warhammer Fantasy!
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A thought provoking cursed artifact that could lead to several side adventures involving the location and subsequencet freeing of the trapped spirit within and perhaps seeking to find and restore the cursed individuals to their natural state.
An interesting creature, I especially like the concept of their venom being addictive, it opens up some nasty adventure possibilities. I do get the feeling this sub is only partially finished however and leaves me with a fewquestions.
-"If a Flesh Stalker is not expected, then nothing can stop it from entering an area unnoticed to seek out its mission."
How exactly does it go unnoticed? Does it have some sort of magical invisibility, teleporting, or a chameleon ability that lets it slip through the ranks? (Or can it perhaps use the protrusions to burrow through the ground and erupt under the enemies feet?)
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Some more details into these creatures origins, (were they human slaves or lesser demons?) and covering how they earn such a loyalty would perhaps round out this piece and give a sense of completeness. (A few plot hooks could be nice as well)
An interesting variation on the medusa/naga theme, although I would like to see some plot hooks surrounding them and a bit about their initial creation. (Is it deliberate creation by a more powerful evil deity's cross breeding of other species, or an accidental occurrence from some demonic orgy?)
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Fun stuff, it promises to be even more special when they all stop to eat at the next inn and I serve my players what their chars ordered. (They 99% of the time, without fail, order the "house special" usually without even asking what it is first.)
Rim world Settler Sweetbread
Originally created by rim world colonists in the 'verse as a nutritious, but easy to make dessert, often served with sweet butter cream and caramel nut sauce, this bread quickly became a favorite of of both Firefly ship captains and companions alike.
2 cups warm water (heat to 110 degrees F/45 degrees C)
2/3 cup of clover honey (or alternatively 1/3 cup of honey, 1/3rd cup of real maple syrup)
1 1/2 tablespoons active dry yeast
1 1/2 teaspoons salt
1/4 cup virgin olive oil
6 cups unbleached bread flour
In a large bowl, dissolve the honey/maple syrup in warm water, and then stir in yeast. Allow to proof until yeast resembles a creamy foam. (approximately 5-10 minutes)
Mix salt and oil into the yeast. Mix in flour one cup at a time. Knead dough on a lightly floured surface until smooth. (Rubber gloves or well floured hands is recommended to prevent sticking.)
Place in a well oiled bowl, and turn dough to coat. Cover with a damp cloth. Allow to rise until doubled in bulk, about 1 hour.
Punch dough down. Knead for a few minutes, and divide in half. Shape into loaves, and place into two well oiled 9x5 inch loaf pans. Allow to rise for 30 minutes, or until dough has risen 1 inch above pans.
Sprinkle generously with sesame seeds along the tops
Bake at 350 degrees F (175 degrees C) for 30 minutes.
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The mogrolyth cannot be dismembered, - any object is able to pierce through the flesh, but the bone cannot be shattered or cut.
Did this get corrupted/cut off somewhere before the end?
The last sentence: "If you don't the scenario might be stale and the run go" seems to be left hanging and that paragraph unfinished. (with holding my vote and feedback until I can read the entire thing.).