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Short overview of the Effin (Red Elves)
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Barbarian Horde's comment on 2008-05-07 09:57 PM
Personally, I think that they should all have hemophilia.

You know, keep their numbers down? Go to Comment
Short overview of the Effin (Red Elves)
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MoonHunter's comment on 2005-11-18 11:26 PM
CleckMoon never came back to finish it. This is an orphan post.

That means we can work on it. So where would we go from here to make this viable? We need to "even out" the contradictions in his initial description. Go to Comment
Short overview of the Effin (Red Elves)
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Michael Jotne Slayer's comment on 2005-11-22 07:25 PM
Shows some definite promise. I agree with MoonHunter, it could be worth fleshing out after disposing of the contradictions. Go to Comment
Short overview of the Effin (Red Elves)
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Mourngrymn's comment on 2005-11-04 12:33 PM
Ok let me first begin by saying creating new versions of a race are difficult. having done it myself and nearly pulled my hair out I know its frustrating.

The introduction leads me to believe that this post will be talking about a community instead of a singular type of elf. Which is fine, but I was expecting more on the dwarven, gnomish, and half-ogres.

You speak of short elves with a berzerking quality when in battle yet describe them as, about five feet tall, naturally skinny, with fine features, such as high cheekbones, long limbs, and delicate looking fingers. They are proportioned as a tall man might be, with long legs and arms, and short torsos. Their faces have a sallow appearance, with overly large eyes, and somewhat sunken features. But the Red Elves have super dense bone structures, and are incredibly hardy. They lack endurance, so most of their fighting is done in quick, insane bursts.

This confuses me, they are skinny yet dense sallow looking yet fine featured, five feet tall but proportioned like a tall man with long arms and legs. I get the distinct image of them being more porportioned like an ape with short squat bodies and long arms.

The specialize in heavy two handed weapons yet are only five feet tall. Rather difficult for someone that size. I am 5'9" tall and I have practiced with a two handed claymore and let me tell you, it is made for someone much taller than I am.

Ok. Now for what I would recommend. Explain more about why they have decided to live with a group of dwarves, gnomes, and half-ogres and how the inner bred. Explain the society more. What is their culture like now. Do they have one of their own or is it inter mingled with the other races?

Religion. Do they have any? Or is it again focused more on their patrons?

A good idea is to find any race write up by Captain Penguin. I took some pointers from him and his work is great to read. I wil lgive a 3/5 right now but will be more than happy to change it should it be altered. Don't give up... just give it more work than two paragraphs. Go to Comment
Short overview of the Effin (Red Elves)
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Zylithan's comment on 2005-11-18 09:19 PM
maybe they just have small two-handed weapons :-P Go to Comment
Short overview of the Effin (Red Elves)
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Zylithan's comment on 2005-11-18 09:21 PM
Agree with Mourngrymn - It's a very good start, but more details about their culture and why they live with dwarves/gnomes would add a lot to this post. Go to Comment
Short overview of the Effin (Red Elves)
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axlerowes's comment on 2013-04-29 08:20 PM
This is pretty Effin short, but not all that effed up. From a different time on the citadel.... Go to Comment
Short overview of the Effin (Red Elves)
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valadaar's comment on 2013-04-29 08:16 PM
I can help thinking - 'Those Effin' bastards...' :) Go to Comment
Teggeter
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manfred's comment on 2003-03-06 08:29 AM
Maybe there is a special power, unknown (or not?) to the current wielder, perhaps even long forgotten...

If the wielder sings a warrior's song (of the mace' original culture), he gains a nice bonus at the end of each verse he sings fully.

The culture may be long gone, but surely legends remain, of mighty warriors, singing their song of battle, merrily decimating the enemy. Such a song may remain, too... Go to Comment
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CaptainPenguin's comment on 2003-02-21 06:18 PM
I like it! I often reuse old characters that I use to have. By the way, does the mace or amulet do anything else than raise stats? Go to Comment
Teggeter
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Cleckmoon's comment on 2003-02-21 08:29 PM
Make 'im look damn cool. Oh, and the mace sings, kinda. When it moves though the air, it makes a cool 'Whrrr!' noise. That scary type noise. I got the idea from the Natural History Museum's IMAX presentation of STOMP, where the artist guy is whiffling around that wood on a string to make that errie sound. Go to Comment
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Murometz's comment on 2006-06-08 08:17 PM
Only voted Go to Comment
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valadaar's comment on 2012-06-06 08:18 PM
Not bad. Like the wolf whistle. Go to Comment
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valadaar's comment on 2012-06-06 08:18 PM
Only voted Go to Comment
Doom Tea
Items  (Potion)   (Non-Magical)
Strolen's comment on 2003-03-23 02:45 AM
If you take too much or it is taken to often it has a nasty tendency to turn the entire skin a deep purple bruised color.

If mixed incorrectly it may increase everything and work as normal, but slowly it brings you back down to below where you were before you drink it. A couple days later? a week? depends on the brew. Go to Comment
Doom Tea
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Agar's comment on 2003-03-22 08:28 PM
Why exactly is it called "Doom" tea? Is the strength bonus signifigant, a clerk lifting a cart load of stone and tossing it away kind of bonus? or just a little bit?

How long does it last? Is it addictive, or at least more so than regular tea? Any after effects? Does it react with anything else in an unusual manner, say downing some doom tea and a shark steak provides an immediate laxitive?

Good start, wonder where we will take it... Go to Comment
Doom Tea
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Stobot's comment on 2003-03-19 02:00 AM
delicious! what is this magnificent drink called? oh my god, i am going to die!!!!!!!! oh ok... ummm this conversation never happend. Go to Comment
Doom Tea
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Ylorea's comment on 2003-09-03 10:52 AM
I feel the brew would benefit from a bit more extensive explanation.
I also keep having the question: why dooms-tea? ... no the farmer was not called dooms, was he?

If it is called doomstea for another reason, what are the after effects? or the drawbacks?

I do not care that the + in STR is unqualified. It will be differnte in diffenent game systems and with different DM's.
Personaly I would also put a max to the number of CON points being restored... Go to Comment
Doom Tea
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Shadoweagle's comment on 2014-01-09 11:38 PM
Agreed! It should be the next quest: Doom Tea! Everybody put their own take on it!

or.. Or...

Find a '2-score' sub and remake it! Go to Comment
Doom Tea
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Zylithan's comment on 2005-12-03 12:39 AM
It's a good post, with some strong parts and some weak parts. THe obvious question is why the title? Any time people are left with that question, you know you should have answered the question. Other than that it's a normal and good post I would say. Go to Comment
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