I love Bodach. I just love the idea of him wearing corpses like a cloak, and creating new ones on his path to find the thing he searches for. But I guess my question is this: In your first story, the one where the country folk run into Bodach on the road, why didn't Bodach kill them? If he could reverse the decomposition process by eating their brains, why didn't he? Go to Comment
I like the idea of undead armor running around slaughtering armies. What I would like to know is the numbers involved. How much armor is out there? If there's a lot, it would take a while for that thief who put on the armor to put it all together. Go to Comment
Everyone else has said it all. Good writing style, I think the quotes and the knight really added to the piece. Take a HoH. Now imagine yourself receiving the golden medallion in the Great Hall of the citadel, with red tapestries... Go to Comment
Like sverigesson, I too think that the vampire craze started by the accursed twilight novels is horrible drain on creative literary talent. This is not to say the twilight books arean't good books (no comment on the movies), but the... thing they unleashed...
Anything against that is great.
Also, like Foltor, i think this would do better to focus on the actual vampires, since they are the things that are killing people, and not the other things. Also, this strikes me as more a public awareness leaflet, as if issued by the government. Churches could give them out, but I would think that the government would most likely give out such things involving Q&As on vamps, warning signs, etc., like they do for drugs, STIs, etc. And the government wouldn't put church doctrine on their leaflets. Just a thought. Go to Comment
Very useful when the PCs decide that the city you've been preparing for days isnt worth a visit and go north to the next city you just mentioned th existence of in passing and don't happen to know anything about it.
This is very well formatted, and must have taken a ton of work. 5/5 and a HoH. Go to Comment