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Emperor Zal-Ghombvis
NPCs  (Major)   (Political)
MoonHunter's comment on 2003-05-24 03:18 AM
So it is fantasy Cthulu. See my note about the Dorlyan Crystals.

You should have a link to the crystals from this entry so people know to search for it and related items. Go to Comment
Emperor Zal-Ghombvis
NPCs  (Major)   (Political)
Maggot's comment on 2004-08-04 10:55 PM
An odd but certainly intresting combination of fantasy and science fiction. Go to Comment
Emperor Zal-Ghombvis
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EchoMirage's comment on 2004-06-20 12:43 PM
Well, and? What happened to the novels? Were they published, stayed unfinished, or are lying in a dusty drawer somewhere? Go to Comment
Desert of Death
Plots  (Nature)   (Encounter)
ephemeralstability's comment on 2003-05-14 11:16 AM
It's good, but it's not as strikingly original as the first. It's not as compelling an idea: it's a very linear plot, starting here and ending there with a single evil entity, whereas the prequel was not structured. Part I provided a novel situation from which many possibilities sprang, whereas this one has less adventuring potential. Go to Comment
Desert of Death
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manfred's comment on 2003-05-15 10:20 AM
Is it surely an evil entity?

If all the elephants here have died, their god has a tragic fate. A disgusting rotting creature does not have to be evil.

Maybe it does not like humanoids, but it does not kill them outright. And he even offers possibly worthy lands in exchange for a good race! Think about it. Go to Comment
Desert of Death
Plots  (Nature)   (Encounter)
manfred's comment on 2003-05-19 04:46 AM
A horse is a horse, of course, of course.

If certain things happen in a certain order:
1. The heroes pass (and survive the trip)
2. They get a large piece of land, that has many riches inside, possibly hospitable.
3. People consider to settle into that land.

...then my friends, the Elephant God may over the time gain new worshippers, and so be saved! Go to Comment
Desert of Death
Plots  (Nature)   (Encounter)
Ria Hawk's comment on 2003-11-04 10:18 PM
Some of us are. Go to Comment
Desert of Death
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Agar's comment on 2003-05-13 06:34 PM
Yay, a race. The hero's way is sure to be frought with danger, while the elephant god will walk among his servants. Wonder who's gonna win? Go to Comment
Desert of Death
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CaptainPenguin's comment on 2003-05-13 07:09 PM
That's the whole point. Besides, if the players were intending to cross the desert, they should have been ready for it. I never said it was an easy task. Go to Comment
Desert of Death
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CaptainPenguin's comment on 2003-05-13 07:59 PM
Doesn't that seem like the way. The first plot in a series I make, and everyone likes it. But the second one fails utterly. It makes me sad.... Go to Comment
Desert of Death
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CaptainPenguin's comment on 2003-05-14 05:25 PM
Heavy, man, heavy.
Oh well. I hope I can come up with something good for the third installment, "Beyond Daemonland". Go to Comment
Desert of Death
Plots  (Nature)   (Encounter)
CaptainPenguin's comment on 2003-05-15 05:47 PM
Right.
Perhaps the Elephant God is not evil, but is dying because of the loss of the elephants or something like that. Go to Comment
Desert of Death
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CaptainPenguin's comment on 2003-07-23 12:32 AM
Well, there you go. Go to Comment
Desert of Death
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CaptainPenguin's comment on 2003-11-05 11:12 PM
I'm twenty-three. Go to Comment
Desert of Death
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elfkin's comment on 2003-11-04 08:43 PM
How old are you guys? I'm fourteen and you dudes talk like your in you twenties!!! Go to Comment
Desert of Death
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valadaar's comment on 2011-06-09 04:50 PM


I'm not saying how old I am. 



Love the prose on this here sub!



 


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We Generals Three
Plots  (Travel)   (Single-Storyline)
Strolen's comment on 2003-06-11 04:31 AM
So odd it is addicting and you need to find a way to put it in your game if only to screw with the PCs. Go to Comment
We Generals Three
Plots  (Travel)   (Single-Storyline)
ephemeralstability's comment on 2003-05-09 09:52 AM
I love it! It's so darkly bizarre. Nightmarish. Go to Comment
We Generals Three
Plots  (Travel)   (Single-Storyline)
manfred's comment on 2003-05-09 06:16 AM
This is what I call a diversion. I can almost hear the players saying What?!

One option:
Of course, no one can run in a desert in a circle for hundreds of years, and stay alive. These are armies of ghosts, however preserved they look. There is precious little food or water here. The only way to not starve (if you stay for some time), is to stay with the soldiers. Unfortunately, the food they eat makes you only FEEL nourished...

And then you will understand. You will join the chase after the enemy. Go to Comment
We Generals Three
Plots  (Travel)   (Single-Storyline)
CaptainPenguin's comment on 2005-01-21 06:02 PM
Not that it all really matters. It is less of a plot than a disturbing little interlude in the course of a larger adventure into Daemonland. Go to Comment
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