Hmmm... This isn't exactly a bad idea, but it needs alot more explaining. What is the queen doing that's so horrible? What did the wizard find on how the king was killed? Were there any clues? Here are just a few questions one might ask when they read this. Aside from that, its not that bad at all. Go to Comment
Yup. This was not a sword designed for adventuring and slinking about, this sword was designed for frontal assault by troops. Being seen by enemy troops (Due to the very noticable blade) isn't really a worry when it comes to combat of the sort. Go to Comment
Hmmm, I would have to agree with Ephe... It is a pretty dang good character, but there are some things I see that seem a little steriotypical. Then again, this is coming from me... the guy with the Oliver Twist character. I don't think this character really needs many changes, I like em the way he is. I must say, however, Randolphina is still my altime favorite character that you made. =) Go to Comment
I didn't, he just seems a little barbarian esque. =) When people think of barbarians, they think of hulking brutes that are nomadic warriors or something like that. Real barbarians are ancient Germans from the time of the roman empire. They were called barbarians because, to the romans, it sounded like they were saying "bar bar bar" when they talked. Ancient Germans were excelent warriors that were very skilled in two handed weopons. Although they weren't hulking brutes, they were still very deadly in combat. Go to Comment
Ummm... In MERP you can start out with a weapon more powerful than any weapon you could ever hope to find. It's not the weapon that makes the warrior, it's the man that wields it. I like this guy's story. =) I think Captain Penguin did a good job. Go to Comment
Egads... Well, since people had such little regard for life back then, you could actually replace the rat's teeth with metal or something of the sort. Can't say as to what it would do for that rat, though. Metal poisoning isn't a very nice thing. Go to Comment
Hmmm, well thats true. The teeth, however, could be attatched like headgear. It could wrap around the rat's head. Maybe all that would be requred would be to remove the old teeth, then just to tie one the new ones around the head. As for disease, in medieval times people didn't know about disease and what spread it that much. In Spain there was a river (forgot the name) that people would throw their bodily waste, garbage, and dead family members into. This river was also the main drinking source for the city. You can immagine what happened to the inhabitants. Go to Comment
This character has an interesting story, but it needs more explaining. Explain why the mage gave him the armor, or how the armor was given it's name. Explain how he lived those early years in the wild with nothing but the shirt on his back, and maybe a utility knife to defend himself against the various beasts in the woodlands. If you add more explenations it will give your character personality. =) Not bad for a first try. Go to Comment
I like this character better than my last one. =) Although I must say this one reminds me of Oliver Twist for some reason ::rubs my chin::. If you see something wrong or have suggestions, let me know! Go to Comment
Hahaha, or the child labor thing. As for the Himmingbird, no. It means if more then 66% of the blade is covered in ANYTHING, it bursts into flames. This means anything from a sheath to the flesh of an orc. It's both a good and bad thing. The metal on the blade is very shiney, so it is very easily seen. The only way you can hide it is to put behind your back.
Pretty much. Just like how "magic" is sometimes spelled "magick". =) Arkainists are just offensive mages that use mana in it's rawest form. This character isn't that great I don't think... I'm in a rut. =P Go to Comment
Hmm, that's true. =) No one knows what a Mountain Deeg is though (Hence I just made it up) so I felt it needed explaining. You're right though, that's what was wrong. At least now that everyone knows what a Mountain Deeg is now I can make a character with more personality. =) Go to Comment
This character reminds me of a creature from Star Trek for some reason. =) Hmmm... I think this character needs just a little more personality and down sides. Other than that it's immaginative and kool I think. =) I like it. Imagine if she found her way to medieval times or feudal Japan? I think your next character will be better though. Don't disapoint this newb. =) Go to Comment
It does help. Although, I must say, I love characters with alot of personality. I like how this character is at loss with her self, though. It's hard to say... This character has alot of open ends to her, but in this case that's a good thing. It gives the GM alot to work with. This is a good character, but as I said, your next character will be better. =) That isn't meant as a bad thing, that just means that I think you can make good, complex characters. Make another one soon, I want to read on it. =) Go to Comment
Just off the road a man lies dead, pierced through the heart from behind by an expertly thrown and ornate dagger which remains in the body. A long strip of cloth torn from the man's shirt has been tied around his neck; on the tag end an unknown hand has written a cryptic inscription: "For Djaygo."
When you get to the next town, everyone is talking about a mercenary woman found slain in exactly the same fashion in her room at the inn where she was staying.
Encounter ( Other ) | February 26, 2014 |