Wow, what an insane idea. Was drew in and wondering what was going all the way to the end.
But this is just the beginning and it begs for more. We can come up with the answers but I am very curious as to how you thought to handle it. Who gave him the power and his new name? Why? Would he not be shot by archers at some point? Arrows made of wood have the obvious ending but how? How is at happening.
I think Hunter is an awesome character. The story is well grounded and well explained. Gives us enough information about the societies that it didn't leave me with any nagging questions about it, gave me what I needed to keep up with her progress.
Very enjoyable and would be a fun character to encounter and RP. Love the internal complications synopsis at the end too. Great character! Go to Comment
Awesome list that I can see holds a lot of thought! Plenty of possible plot points and teasers, relationships. I like all the little details that you can't help but wonder about. Fascinating list! Go to Comment
I enjoyed reading these as well. Inns with personalities that can help any world grow. Often times, places like these turn into player comfort zones where they will continue to return too because they enjoyed the experience of it. Go to Comment
Well thought out idea I thought. I had a few questions that were quickly answered and it all came together for me. I had a distinct Twilight Zone voice over effect in my head during the first bit and the intro. That set the tone for the rest of the piece for me. Go to Comment
Since these are magic, I just figured that the coins would understand the intent of the gift or help. So if the coins are with a person, the coins will know when it is time to move on and urge the owner to pass them to another deserving of the luck...and an enhanced version of the luck at that. If a greedy many did something to further himself then I doubt the coins will urge the passing. Pretty self-regulating as far as I could tell. You get them in the wrong fashion...bam....cursed. Go to Comment
A fine cursed item. I found I had to reread a few paragraphs to get the gist of it, which affected the understanding, but overall pretty clear. I also like that you put it in many genres and simple scenarios. Not everything has to be epic and this is a good reminder of the possibility of using it in many different ways.
Another great 30 Cheka. For all the times PCs get caught by the law, I could easily use these judge's personalities as the sheriff or Guild leader that gets crossed. Most any authority figure that has the power to pass sentence for a digression. Some fun judges with good twists. Get out your dice, lets see who the law is in this town. Bonus for wrapping in some other subs! Go to Comment
Assuming he slaughtered the elven farmers? Or was he about to when something stopped him and he spent time with them and learned how to cook? Can't imagine an orc warrior knowing which herbs to use at his orc encampment.
This one leaves me hanging a bit. Interesting back story and I want to accept it all, just doesn't have all the justification that gets him from a to b so a feeling of things missing stays with me. Go to Comment
Fun idea. I would call it Fuzzy Biology. Magic with a twist of science.
I did get a little confused about how it works. Not sure the bird seeing the imperfections would help when everything else the bird does is through sense and a little magic. That part felt out of place with the rest.
And I agree it is a great way to allow communication with limits. Not everything has to be hardcore magic! Go to Comment