A very well detailed location, but there are a lot of references to people and events that are not linked and only mentioned. Some of these sound quite interesting and could use some elaboration or linkages to the posts to make these clear. Go to Comment
The descriptions of the branches seemed detailed and specific enough that I assumed they existed and that there was more to the story.
I was genuinely interested in seeing what, if any, other aspects of the sub and it's implied universe were in place. It was not clear to me that it was intended as a standalone sub not part of a larger world which had not yet been linked in. Go to Comment
Igman is rather average in appearence, with the obvious exception that he has no head. His neck terminates as if severed and then capped if pressed against a sheet of glass - the cross section of the various structures of the neck plainly visable.
Igman is not truely headless, however. He had the unfortunate fate of imbibing a flawed invisibility potion See Flawed Potions which had the second flaw of being permanent. So far Igman has not been able to find a mage powerful enough to remove this effect. He can pass as normal some of the time through wearing full head helmets, cloth, bandagesm etc. Makeup and other skin coatings do not work and become invisible as well.
When interacting with other performers Igman wears a broad-rimmed hat with two eyes embroidered on it. It lets people know where he is looking in general and makes it easier to interact with him. He does not like wearing bandages or other full head coverings, finding them uncomfortable.
In addition to his invisable head, Igmin is an accomplished juggler and dancer and he combines the three elements in his performances. One of his props is a false 'head' which he juggles along with other odd items.
In another performance he enters the ring riding a black warhorse holding the false head in one hand and cackling madly as he chases the clowns around the ring.
Igman is resigned to his current fate - he makes good income from the Caravan and the other members treat him with respect. Given the chance, though, he would jump at an opportunity to become 'normal'.
With apologies to the Ichabod Crane and the Headless Horseman. Flaming Pumpkins optional.Go to Comment
I appreciate the work that went into this sub, but there are some odd spellings and some messed up words which would not show up on a spellchecker. Eg "twist tot he enchantment "
I understand that the mage would seek revenge against women in general but unless the mage was already very evil or unbalanced, his actions, especially against someone he had sympathy for, seem very much overboard. Go to Comment