The characters are barely holding their own against a mass of goblins attacking them from all directions. A ruckus from the right and they the sharp sound of popping when the goblins are bombarded from all sides by gnomes wielding some kind of magic item that fills the air with stinging projectiles. The goblins are routed. All attempts of finding out what the gnomes used were met with tight lips. Go to Comment
I like this; gives the ability for firearms without the massive complications of gunpowder. Personally, I think I'd modify the idea so that magic isn't required for this to work. Also, if the bullets are glass, you're going to have a problem with the glass shattering as it heats up extrememly fast.
And now I really want to know what kind of "twisted adult novelty" people might possibly think this is. Go to Comment
An interesting and simple addition to any steampunk/high magic campaign, but fraught with enough weaknesses to prevent it from becoming too over powered.
Also Ria, umm... Not sure how to put this, but imagine the object being used in a similar manner to a belaying pin, or candle stick for the purpose of satisfying a womans desires for male company. Now imagine such a device being hollow and able to be filled with water then heated up to the approximate temperature of a living person rather then icy cold metal. Go to Comment
Seeing this, I can't help but be reminded of http://web.mit.edu/2.009/www/experiments/steamCannon/ArchimedesSteamCannon.html
Apparently, this kind of weapon is a little more realistic than we probably thought. Go to Comment
The PCs realize that the demons are thriving from the fear and desperation of the village. In an idea of sure genius the PCs realize and try to convince the village that if they overcome their fear and act happy they can weaken the demons and perhaps drive them way.
Little did they know that this action would only draw Cholek himself from the cave for an attempt at total annihilation of the village. Hope the PCs are ready. Go to Comment