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
Just off the road a man lies dead, pierced through the heart from behind by an expertly thrown and ornate dagger which remains in the body. A long strip of cloth torn from the man's shirt has been tied around his neck; on the tag end an unknown hand has written a cryptic inscription: "For Djaygo."
When you get to the next town, everyone is talking about a mercenary woman found slain in exactly the same fashion in her room at the inn where she was staying.
Encounter ( Other ) | February 26, 2014 |