You can go either way, a quick edit here (if you like) or an item submission on the Strata (seems cool enough to stand on its own). Or even a mighty STUB (like a submission but short and sweet and no voting involved)
I was basically just personally curious as a GM what the magical abilities are or may be, as you see them. I actually like the "unknown to all but perhaps the commander" part, just curious for myself :)
If you need any help with linking, or formatting, or whatever, let us know. Enjoy the site, and again, welcome.
(note to self: i couldn't reply to your reply, had to post a new comment. I wonder why that is. Must report back to Tech HQ) Go to Comment
Welcome to the Citadel. Well written submission. I agree with Murometz, more of your campaign ideas including the full details of the Strata would be very useful and helpful. I hope to see many more ideas from you in the future. Go to Comment
Thanks for the freetext and codex bits - still getting the hang of the site. My goal was to strongly impart some of the coolness factors of the Black Company while changing it up enough that it's not just a copy. Hopefully that comes across.
I'd be glad to expand on The Strata or anything else, but what's the way to do it? Just edit this or do you mean add it as an Item? Or both? Do people usually break off the chunks (like places, items, or NPCs) and submit them separately as well? Go to Comment
Funny, I just looked at this for the first time in well over a year - was going to use it again. I was a noob to Strolen at the time I posted this, and all I remember was that the Strolen website loaded really, really slowly because of some technical issue related to the way it was coded and the browser version I had, or something like that? I vaguely remember several people having the same issue as me - so I quit coming here.
Everything's fine now, so I'll give things another go - always liked the idea of this site! Go to Comment
In a new town for the first time, the White Raccoon Lodge looks like a comfortable place to spend the night. The owner, however, makes sure to explain to you that there is a curfew after sundown and the door will be locked... from the outside. "We don't want anyone being caught out on the streets after dark," he says.
Now that you think of it, all the doors in this small town did have a crossbar on the outside rather than the inside... You wonder what goes on at night...