I'm not really a fan of steampunk, but I can see these things marching on civilization and its mildly terrifying. They definitely fit the feel of steampunk and like Gorgon said, as long as the technology exists in a game they could be easily adaptable. Go to Comment
If it were easier to adapt to a game perhaps I would like it more, but I do not want to detract from how cool of an idea it is. Any other remark I would have has been said. I like this idea. Go to Comment
Since everyone else is holding off on voting, so shall I. I do like that it is a racial weapon, though I would like to see a write up for the race they belong to. I see you are intending on doing so, so I will just wait and hope you link the two for maximum enjoyment. Go to Comment
Well, if people are going to vote, so shall I. I like mundane items as much as any other items and these seems to be an ingredient to the flavor of elves in Railus' game world. I would love to read more about them, especially if its a new take on elves. Go to Comment
I haven't seen many whips around, and this one seems fairly powerful, but from what I can tell its the only one that exists so that can be the balance. I like the concept. The back story seems to provide a fair amount of intrigue as well. Lets hear more about Cedir, but this is a nice item. Go to Comment
I like this as a follow-up to Bloodmail. I like the roleplaying possibilities and like Valadaar said, the teaser text is a little misleading (but that is the only downside to the post in my oppinion.) Excellent sub. Go to Comment
The idea of using tattoos to contain magic powers is not a new one. The Ink gauntlet follows the basic premise of using rare and precious inks to inscribe spells into the skin of a mage or would be spell-imbued person. Some of these inked spells might be permanent, while others might fade after being used once, or a preset number of times.
Ideas ( System ) | October 16, 2006 |