Nice work, Echo. Hovertanks are fun, the gun is hot and dangerous which I approve of. I can see these being used almost like Bic lighters, you toss em out and huzzah for the ones that make it back, but you dont count on any returning.
NCN - Your comment is completely tasteless and crass. Go to Comment
Basically, most systems already impose handling penalties on vehicles going at ridiculous speeds; the Scorpio suffers from more difficult checks when hit, when firing at something outside the front arc as the cannon is swivelled, or when making sharp turns. More cinematically, being skilled with the vehicle allows basic safe operation, while one can make rolls to pull crazy maneuvers, or spend Edge or Luck or similiar points for such activities.
Alternatively, pulling stunts may place strain on the vehicle and a pilot's concentration, with each daring maneuver adding to a score, and forcing skill rolls or rolling for mishaps when a threshold is reached. Go to Comment
Wouldn't you be compensating for something by putting a big gun on your tank? I mean this whole post seems to be a dick metaphor, this is a huge ram rod with a wam-bam attitude. No, this whole post is about one guys desire to "give it" to someone quickly and get out of there. You should rename the tank the bachelor.
Yes, a very good expansion indeed! The reference to the demon she absorbed is there - but it is not obvious as first. Perhaps in the original reference to Akhazereth the Blade you could elaborate on the fact he was a demon. Demons do not have a monopoly on possession. Go to Comment
Heh heh heh, her mercenary character reminds me of the character Nobby from Discworld. During his career in the armies of the world, generals on either side could tell how the battle was going based on what uniform Nobby was wearing at the time. So, in that sense, she's like Nobby- except with a sense of decency. Go to Comment
Compliments on the completeness of the expansion.
A bit of a loose end with respect to "the demon she absorbed" part as I see it but doesn't detract from the quality of this piece. In fact, I much prefer the current length. Go to Comment
Apology to the author for making the unsubstantiated comment on the demon part, I wasn't reading things probably. I thought the sentence read "Akhazareth the Blade (AB) tried to possess the duchy" so thought AB is a person. Didn't realise that until valadaar pointed it out. Go to Comment
I imagine the farther reaches of the world have some rather interesting stories of murderous iron daemons... And I can only imagine what must go through the mind of some hapless traveling spellcaster when he encounters one of these things and suddenly finds it marching toward him with weapons deployed.
After the PCs defeat (or force the rapid retreat of) a villanous necromancer/demon summoner, they discover a book. This book outlines how to summon a demon whose power increases according to the size of the summoning circle used to summon it. And after the PCs examine a map of the country, they find that the layout of the cities and roads match up with the required summoning circle. In fact, the final road that would complete the circle is currently in construction.
With anyone who can find out about the circle and the ritual to summon the demon able to somehow make the final road/line, and destruction of the cities and roads currently in existence out of the question (unless this is an evil campaign- that removes the moral quandary), how are the PCs going to solve this problem?