Hmmm...flamboyant is certainly apt. I am curious as to how a person would go about wearing armor over a great coat. That seems to be rather contradictory.
People this colorful (orange eyes, purple and red coat, and a purple? sword) are generally either color blind, or playing at the fool.
More detail about the sword would be nice, as purple steel doesnt pop up every day. Why did the jealous mage blast the King into a fire elemental, wouldnt it have been easier to turn the slave girl into a toad, or a she-orc, or some other fate?
C. A crafty merchant hires the PC's to try and talk to the leaders of the Midwessels and the Balgrains and reach a peaceful soulution. What the PCs don't know is his brother by marriage leads a weapons trading guild, and stand to profit alot from sales to both sides of the conflict. Go to Comment
A great and colossal door stands to be opened, what lies beyond that first gate? We are curious and take up torches and arms to see what wonders await us in the cthonian darkness. We will gird ourselves for misadventure and mephit vapours, and the darkest fantasies that lie ripening, newly exposed from their rocky wombs. Go to Comment
I like the description of the Golem, and the allusion to the Golem Wars. However it fell rather flat with the golem itself lacking personality or character. I can see, however, why the Captain was so taken with the Alchemical Exalted. Go to Comment