Quite inventive! Just like most real-world materia medica, most of which contain incorrect dosages, outdated concepts, or even outright lies, adding the idea of inaccurate data to tomes (especially in the field of medicine) can add a touch of realism to any story, campaign, or game. Great job! Go to Comment
Wow, I can't believe just how far the conversation's gone on without me! Oh! By the way, the is Silas the Destroyer, back from a VERY long hiatus. Well, hopefully back... My last computer bit the dust hard and its been THIS LONG since I got the thing back up and running! Well, I hope to be seeing a lot more of you all! Go to Comment
Well, how's Xarschia for a fantastic name, Cap? By-the-by, this is Silas the Destroyer, though that name has little meaning for me now... Yes, I was a bit of a grump about criticism, but that was in the past.
On a lighter note, I am glad to see ny imagination lauded so. It warms the cockles of my heart.
I hope to see you all again soon, if my computer will allow it, that it! Go to Comment
Far to the north amidst the endless ice-flows it is rumored that a dwarven Walrus Totem clan exists. These rumors have been unsubstantiated to date, unless the dwarven sage Glurt Goblinguts is to be believed. He claims to once having encountered a troupe of huge dwarves, each standing a beard’s length higher than the tallest known dwarf. These dwarven “giants”, their hairy chins crusted with frozen shards of ice and dirt, hauled gargantuan yellowed horns or tusks upon their wide shoulders, and their helms, likewise, sported massive, down-ward pointing tusk-horns. Glurt Goblinguts later speculated that the impressive size of these dwarves was most likely due to their arctic diets, almost exclusively fat-based.