The main thought I had with this item, is why would the undead necessarily seek vengeance? If the figure was evil enough in life, the undead may willingly follow them, or bear no animosity (beyond the normal undead hatred). However, if the undead were created through his actions, or were ordered to do things they would not have willingly done otherwise, then I could easily see vengeance being sought. Go to Comment
I guess the question is Why? Why would anyone sign up, and why would the kingdom's intentionally create such a barrier between their kingdoms? A self-administered peacekeeping force?
Without bringing into effect modern ethics 'Save the Trees' why would the kingdoms spend resources providing recruits - who could be useful soldiers, armies, etc? Why would they want an uncontrolled military force on their borders? Go to Comment
The mage who invented teleportation knew nothing about the ten-dimensional cosmos, so was perplexed that the subjects sent through the portal arrived horribly scrambled, having been randomly rotated through several of the hidden six dimensions.
Encounter ( Any ) | May 3, 2017 |