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Plague Dragons of Tameltyne
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Forganthus's comment on 2012-09-04 05:52 AM
We dug too deep. WE DUG TOO DEEEEEP!

There's a solid idea in here. Vicious, earth-cracking subterranean dragons that have the mating habits of mantises or insects.

Why not make them more like moles? Or-hell-ants?

Also, since these are harbingers of the dracopcalypse, why not have them be agents of a terrible plague as well? They carry a terrible, flesh-eating disease that they are immune to. Apocalypse on two fronts. And then the name is more appropriate as well. Go to Comment
Plague Dragons of Tameltyne
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Forganthus's comment on 2012-09-04 07:22 AM
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Plague Dragons of Tameltyne
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OmegaDraco's comment on 2012-08-29 12:36 PM
I really like the idea of rampaging dragons just because that's what they do. A force of nature much like a tornado.

I have some confusion about how things work. You say that the queen digs a lair to lay her eggs and often dies during the mating, but then you say that the Queen travels to the most enticing territory to mate and will afterwards use that territory to dig a lair to lay eggs. So does the queen mate first or dig a lair for her eggs first? And if she mates first and dies, does that mean that the young will be born above ground instead of in a lair giving them an easier time with rampaging as young? And what is the second shell of rock?

Aside from unanswered questions, I really like the idea. The dragons don't attack the city as much as they just clumsily crash through it while courting. Go to Comment
Kevlar Thread
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Scrasamax's comment on 2012-06-19 11:23 AM
1. Instant Hammock
2. Instant fishing net
3. Improvised carrying bag for large heavy items
4. super strong block and tackle of small size
5. Rappelling Line
6. Restraints for large monsters or high strength hostiles Go to Comment
Kevlar Thread
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Mourngrymn's comment on 2012-06-17 09:03 AM
Kevlar Thread
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Murometz's comment on 2012-06-17 12:35 PM

Certainly no need to challenge! A perfectly interesting and useful idea thread. If nothing else, "Magic rope" in fantasy can now have a "see-and-feel" logic behind it. PC: "So what is my new magic rope made of exactly? Whats this special filament-of-the-gods/wizards/dwarves/etc?"--GM: "Well, its made of *this* stuff actually".

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Kevlar Thread
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valadaar's comment on 2012-06-17 10:18 AM
I disagree. There are many subs that are not much different then this, apart from being fictonal or fantasy related. This is without considering the quality of the sub.

Not a value sub, maybe. Challengable - no.

Seriously, i dont think this is why we have the option of challenging subs.

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Kevlar Thread
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Silveressa's comment on 2012-06-17 05:02 PM
It could benefit from more content and being expanded on some more, but it's a great beginning.

Perhaps a sort of 30 sub of possible uses for Kevlar cord/wire?

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Kevlar Thread
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Silveressa's comment on 2012-06-19 01:50 PM

7. Binding cord for jury rigging mufflers and other vehicle components expected to reach high temperatures that would melt conventional cord/rope.


8. Improvised insultating cord to wrap about a small container to help keep contents hot/cold and partially protected from extreme heat.

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Kevlar Thread
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MysticMoon's comment on 2012-06-17 05:20 PM
If you could provide some examples of what you are looking for, I would be willing to add some ideas of my own. Go to Comment
Kevlar Thread
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OmegaDraco's comment on 2012-06-20 12:24 PM
Ever play a game of Spycraft? (http://www.crafty-games.com/product_catalog/spycraft20) This is extremely useful in a future setting. Why not weave a tuxedo liner out of this stuff for light-weight knife resistant armor?

Not an original idea by any means, but thanks for sharing! I'm actually going to use this. Go to Comment
Kevlar Thread
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OmegaDraco's comment on 2012-06-20 12:37 PM
9. Weaved to make a light-weight, knife resistant tuxedo liner.
10. Improvised bowstring. Go to Comment
Bucket of Waterbreathing
Items  (Tools)   (Magical)
Agar's comment on 2012-04-21 01:02 PM
The "spirit" of the item is to be a difficult to use magic item that has more flaws than benefits, so I wouldn't let players make it into something more useful. Besides, hacking holes into any magic item usually does not have good results... Go to Comment
Bucket of Waterbreathing
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Cheka Man's comment on 2012-04-19 10:46 AM


Amusing.


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Bucket of Waterbreathing
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Mourngrymn's comment on 2012-04-20 07:10 AM


Funny. The whole don't know if it works until you drown entertains me some. 


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Bucket of Waterbreathing
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valadaar's comment on 2014-02-05 02:03 PM
This is neat! Another bucket. Okay, adding freetext :)


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Bucket of Waterbreathing
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Silveressa's comment on 2012-04-20 02:34 PM


Twisted, and almost useful to some adventurers. Of course it raises the question if you can only breathe water in the bucket what happens if you cut a viewing slit or eye holes int he thing? Any water that enters the bucket is now technically "inside the bucket" so would then be breatheable? (I just know most players would try this to make the bucket more useful)



 



 

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Bucket of Waterbreathing
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Silveressa's comment on 2012-04-22 02:58 AM
Well put, of course, a suitably clever character could devise some kind of mirror using periscope to see with anyway; assuming they could get over the convulsing and panic induced choking that come with perceived drowning.

I can also see this being used in a side show carnival trick to woo peasants by "the man who cannot drown!" (And of course the planted onlooker in the crowd who will start wagering a fair amount of silver the man won't survive more then 5 minutes with his head in the bucket.) Go to Comment
Bucket of Waterbreathing
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Kassy's comment on 2012-04-19 11:48 AM


Good idea for an underwater breathing aperatus.


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Bucket of Waterbreathing
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Dossta's comment on 2012-04-24 12:02 PM


We should have more magic items like this in the Citadel -- simple, amusing, and of a reasonable power level for lowbies.  I can already imagine some of the things my group would try to do with it.  Great quest sub!


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