I didn't realize my submission could be inspirational. Thank you for the credit. *thumbs up*
Excellently done, very good. The right twists used and subtle culture changes made this very well done. I can see the people trying different methods to duplicate the way one kingdom had. The puppets here remind me of small voodoo dolls. Nice way of adding culture to these things as well. I would not have thought of that in such detail. I should consider giving my post a look over to see if it can be done.
I give this submission 4.5 out of 5. Great stuff, but still has room for a bit more. Again, awesome work there. Go to Comment
Ah yes, the weaknesses. Forget to include that. Thanks for reminding me. I'll be sure to add a little section to possible plot hooks. It'll be a nice idea. Rogue warriors, evil villains having to fight a group of them in a dungeon, even finding the method in creating them.
I'll keep revising it for better use. Thanks against for the advice. Go to Comment
Yeah, I kind of got this habit of of switching tenses and not realizing it until much later. Which is why I would often need someone to actually point that out to me. Though I'll try to fix the grammar errors when I can. Go to Comment
That's for GMs to decide. While I might explain some of the things like the organizations or the locations, I left some parts vague for other people to play around with. Having it completely restricted path doesn't always work.
Some people might have different interpretations for the dead one. So I left it's past and abilities vague. Some might want him to be a badass killing machine, some want him to be a hero. Heck, he might not be a zombie at all. The possibilities are endless. Go to Comment
In ancient Rome, social appearance and respectability were everything. The most hated men were punished with damnatio memoriae, damnation of memory. Every trace that a person had ever lived was removed. Busts were shattered, freizes were marred, records were struck. Any sign of the hated figure was destroyed.