Kind of nifty and suitably creepy. Probably the best part is the concept of forcing things into 2D, since that's not something you see every day. Of course, if they get back to 3D and still have some wolves around, I would imagine that the fight would get much easier; the wolves aren't used to fighting in three dimensions. What happens to the people who aren't so lucky, and either get killed by wolves or never figure out how to get out? Do they just die, or are their souls imprisoned in the wall? Go to Comment
A real twist could be a Wes Craven The Serpent and the Rainbow/Twilight zone fit where the PCs engage in this 2D combat and awaken several hours later, having been under the influence of hypnotic incenses and manipulated by their own primitive emotions... Go to Comment
I will be setting up this scenario in my head for the rest of the week!! I cant wait to spring this room on my jaded bunch! I can safely say, that I have NEVER gone 2D before in 20+ years of gaming!! What a treat! Simple, yet bizarre! Salut!!
Well, this story had lots of potential and while reading the score went from 5.0 to 3.5 to 4.0 to 4.5. There are elements which I like and elements I feel are somewhat overused. All in all I will take this sub for what it is: A good old fashioned dungeon. As dungeons go this ain't bad at all.
I give you a 4.5
-Atmospheric and evocative
-Nice build up
-Disappointing opponents and foes within
-Unsurprising storyline Go to Comment
War of the Roses as a campaign plot. Two noble lines converge somehow, each line thinks it has the rightful claim to the throne. Deciding this long ago was handled by some divine intervention, requiring both houses to come together at some point. They aren't so willing to get together this time. Civil war, or a new king?