Wonderful - from a GMs viewpoint the possibilities for winding up those PCs used to simply beating up all their adversaries are simply endless - from the PCs viewpoint she could be a real pain
Normally I shy away form giving control of powerful monsters (like golems) to small children but in this situation it does make sense (maybe the wizards who created the golems should have given a little more thought to the activation conditions)
One quibble - I don't like the idea of her being "a young adult in a child's body" - she's only six years old and thus should have the motivations of a six year old
Overall - a good solid character - definitely a 4, possibly even a 4.5
BTW - Krishna, why do you hate her so much - true she's a little brat but she's not THAT bad - besides that's what makes her interesting Go to Comment
I disagree -- the back-story is very good. It neatly explains the circles powers and motivations, as well as the (several) risks involved in looting the catacombs beneath.
One quibble -- What happened to the souls of all the youngsters sacrificed to give Circle life?
Did they all become part of the Circle's personality? (shades of Paranoia here)
Are some of them still around, seeking vengeance on Dahlia and her descendents?
Where they instrumental in the destruction of the Brethren of the Red Chalice? Go to Comment
"Even as their youthful souls were fleeing to the stars above, she gathered them and spun a greater mind of the matter, wiping all memories, but giving the potential for growth, learning and development." that is what I wrote. Break them down, merge the stuff, forge a new being. No memories, new personality. Go to Comment