Very original! I think a little more National Geographic type of ecology details might have put this over the top, and/or some campaign specific marching barnacles anecdotes. Having said that, I love them and the comical (and not so comical)situations these critters can cause! Go to Comment
Good work, I like the religious zealotry having both positive and negative repercussions. I can also see a minro shrine being made for poor Brother Hural. Maybe in a few decades he himself will become a saint... Go to Comment
Thanks for the HoH submissions, guys. I'm glad you liked the item.
Brother Hural's position is debated by the faithful. Some see him as a martyr, but others believe his end was the wrath of Saint Vedast punishing the monk for some offense. So while some see him as a hero who died honoring his patron, others view Hural as a fallen man who did not heed the saint. Go to Comment
My one comment is why do they have gills on their necks.
How do they run "air" across their gills out of water? Without a bellows/ lung arrangement, they should soon sufficate. Most critters with neck or dorsal gills need to have pronounced neck motion (when still) or constant forward motion to run water across them. Go to Comment