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Glacial Cairn
Dungeons  (Tundra/ Arctic)   (Rooms/ Halls)
Siren no Orakio's comment on 2009-01-18 10:27 AM
(Oops, ate my vote.) Go to Comment
Glacial Cairn
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Pieh's comment on 2009-01-18 05:44 PM
Very nice and very inspirational, helping you with this has made me start working on my own frosty adventure. I really enjoyed working on, then reading, this sub. It could use some plot hooks and ideas for use as a quest, not just for shelter. I would love to see an expansion on the battle of Frost versus Flame, If you're up for it I am almost always willing to brainstorm. Good work! Go to Comment
Glacial Cairn
Dungeons  (Tundra/ Arctic)   (Rooms/ Halls)
Cheka Man's comment on 2009-01-17 10:57 AM
Not a place for the lightly clothed. 5/5 Go to Comment
Glacial Cairn
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Cheka Man's comment on 2009-01-18 06:52 PM
The PCs come across one or more of the deadly Stamaghast 4812 and have to either run, fight or bribe their way through with alcohol and sad songs. Go to Comment
Glacial Cairn
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Michael Jotne Slayer's comment on 2011-02-11 07:10 AM


Very nice CM, I missed this one the first time around.


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Glacial Cairn
Dungeons  (Tundra/ Arctic)   (Rooms/ Halls)
Chaosmark's comment on 2009-01-16 09:54 PM
Cries in the Night
As the PCs wander through the pyramid's maze, they hear the echoing cry of a hungry baby. Upon tracking it down, they find it originating in a medium sized room with a pile of dead goblins in the center. The crying sound is coming from inside the mound of bodies; examination reveals an arctic goblin baby in a papoose, hungry and cold. It would seem that the party of goblins got lost inside the pyramid and piled themselves on the baby in a forlorn attempt to preserve its life against the murderous cold.

What will they do? Leave the baby to its death, or take up the burden of caring for it in a dark and dangerous dungeon? Go to Comment
Glacial Cairn
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Chaosmark's comment on 2009-01-16 10:04 PM
Death from above!
Scattered around the maze are a number of traps to remove intruders from this existence. One of these is a soaking, freezing death. Above sections of the ceiling are pyres designed to melt the ice that comprises the ceiling and bring it down on top of intruders. The result varies: cuts from sharp edges of ice, bruises from chunks of the ceiling, and most dangerously, a soaking wet party, absolutely lethal in the pyramid's freezing interior. Go to Comment
Glacial Cairn
Dungeons  (Tundra/ Arctic)   (Rooms/ Halls)
Chaosmark's comment on 2009-01-16 10:51 PM
Down the rabbit hole
A dungeon staple, this one is particularly at home within the pyramid's maze, because the icy surface makes sliding down into a hole very easy and hard to stop. Care should be taken whenever the floor begins to tilt. A single misstep could send someone sliding to their death, whether it be from the fall or the icy spikes at the end. Go to Comment
Glacial Cairn
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Chaosmark's comment on 2009-01-17 12:31 AM
Updated: I think that just about does it. This should be ready for public consumption. Thanks goes out to Muro, Pieh, and everyone else who helped me flesh this place out properly. Go to Comment
Glacial Cairn
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Chaosmark's comment on 2009-01-18 07:24 PM
Updated slightly to accommodate comments and advice. Go to Comment
Glacial Cairn
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Chaosmark's comment on 2009-01-20 02:49 PM
Which was indeed the point. It's more useful for the majority of submissions to be lower to middle strength adventure locations, but occasionally, you just have to have a high level place. Not everywhere in the world is a safe place for your PCs to be, even when they're known heroes. Besides, would you really expect something less than this for a phoenix's prison? Go to Comment
Glacial Cairn
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valadaar's comment on 2009-01-19 10:32 AM
An interesting little adventure - quite a high level one at that!

Nothing subtle about creatures as powerful as a Pheonix or the Taigos. Go to Comment
Glacial Cairn
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slartibartfast's comment on 2009-03-19 08:35 AM
Very nice indeed! I'm having a hard time trying to think up a possible hook for this, but other than that, well done! Go to Comment
Demonforged Ice
Items  (Materials)   (Villanous)
Chaosmark's comment on 2009-01-16 10:22 PM
{Siren no Orakio} 10:20 pm: Needs a little note on how it gets out of Hell on occasion, though
{Chaosmark} 10:21 pm: Someone gets lucky and kills a demon wearing such armor, or makes a dark pact for it.
{Chaosmark} 10:21 pm: Same as with just about any demon-tainted item. Go to Comment
An Ordinary Flashbulb Camera
Items  (Other)   (Villanous)
MoonHunter's comment on 2009-01-14 01:05 AM
I am always a fan of Garage Sale from Hell items. This is a classic. It has a lot of uses. Good plot potential. And it has a subtle weakness (the staring) which is a great "clue" for adventurers. It is a good solid item.

The write up is a touch sort. I don't mind short if it hits everything I want. You could of added plot possiblities to this (as they are endless, you could easily toss up a few), to prime the pump of the GMs.

In some ways, I could see this item being "a class of items". While the spell or technique might be somewhat rare, I could see others duplicating this spell for their own enchnated purposes (or once the idea gets around sacrificing someone to buy the magic enchantment from a demonsoul). Go to Comment
An Ordinary Flashbulb Camera
Items  (Other)   (Villanous)
Cheka Man's comment on 2009-01-14 01:59 PM
Useful for any dangerous cult to have.I want one of these. Go to Comment
An Ordinary Flashbulb Camera
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Chaosmark's comment on 2009-01-14 01:48 PM
No, for two reasons. The first, it's an old-type camera. You know, the huge box kind, with honest to heaven picture plates? I suppose someone could come up with a telephoto lens for one, but it'd be difficult. Second, the enchantment on the camera and plates don't extend far enough. Perhaps it might work if someone could make a telephoto lens to focus and enhance the power and effect of the camera's enchantment, but otherwise, no. Personal range only. (my conception was also single-person only, but I don't think that's essential to the sub) Go to Comment
An Ordinary Flashbulb Camera
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Chaosmark's comment on 2009-01-14 02:19 PM
{Cheka Man} 2:04 pm: if the pic is developed, what happens then?
{Chaosmark} 2:07 pm: I left it mostly up the GM, but I envisioned either the picture looking entirely normal, or perhaps you get one of those animated ones like they had in the Harry Potter movies,
with the pictured person going absolutely nuts inside the picture.
{Cheka Man} 2:08 pm: trying to escape?
{Chaosmark} 2:08 pm: Partially, but mostly to get attention.
{Chaosmark} 2:08 pm: No sound can escape, but lips could be read.
{Cheka Man} 2:09 pm: if you bury the picture, would that drive the soul insane?
{Chaosmark} 2:10 pm: I had also thought about what it might be like for the soul so captured, their experience inside the picture, but I definitely wanted that left up to a GM. Depending on how you
wanted to handle it, they could be fully aware and trapped within the room they were in when the picture was taken, or they go blank until reunited with a body, put into stasis.
{Chaosmark} 2:11 pm: Which is what determines the answer to your question.
{Cheka Man} 2:11 pm: if they went mad you could set them free close to the body and the person would then go mad
{Chaosmark} 2:12 pm: Mhmm.
{Chaosmark} 2:12 pm: Crafty political cultists could discredit rivals in such a fashion.
{Cheka Man} 2:12 pm: and could then be put in a loony bin Go to Comment
An Ordinary Flashbulb Camera
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Chaosmark's comment on 2011-07-31 01:59 PM
That was indeed my original inspiration. Go to Comment
An Ordinary Flashbulb Camera
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Murometz's comment on 2011-01-24 02:25 PM


I like this for a Western game!! Perfect



Would fit in well, with the built-in superstition factors. From what I've read over the years, some (many?) Native American tribes were deathly afraid (against) having their pictures taken from a "soul-stealing" perspective.

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