Interesting take on dark unicorns. I have to echo Echomirage(forgive the unintentional pun) and say that the part about the Mordanfey's abilities being limited by human observation is an excellent touch. Go to Comment
The sub has two great elements - the description of the chase, and the idea that the Mordanfey's abilities are limited when it's being watched.
As for the unicorn, methinks it was always kinda neat, but this is an interesting twist. Go to Comment
Very nice. I like this opposite to a unicorn. I would have appreciated more description of what the beast looks like, but I can fill in that blank for myself I think. I enjoyed the story portion as well. Go to Comment
Intelligence without sentience? Is that even possible? Perchance intelligence without awareness of self, or without sufficient will to have one's self stand up to the self of others? Or a semblance of intelligence, much like a computer has?
It's a complicated concept, and needs to be clarified. Go to Comment
I really like this one as well. Like Strolen and Echo, I have the same concern. What I would probably do with it is make the golem 'unreadable'. For example, magically reading it's aura, alignment, mind, etc. would turn up nothing, leaving most spell casters a little disturbed that they have no idea of the golem's motives. Finally, not that I see it coming up in my campaigns, but what would happen if an already pregnant woman were to use the staff? Very good. Go to Comment