At first, I was unimpressed with Kaboo (Kaboo? Kaboo!?) seeing him as the stereotype of the old man playing checkers in front of the gas station. I guess living in Appalachia has inured me to the charm of such things. It wasnt until I clicked on the text links, leading to the singing manticore that I cracked a smile. I like this sort of character in a game, though I think that Dimwitt, and Kaboo's name detract from the post. Go to Comment
Yeah, about that. The rumor texts are the actual "meat". This Kaboo & Co. npc entry is just the bones. I first did the rumors off-the-cuff, then added this submission the next day. Kaboo is actually named after my friend, drumroll...Kabu (he's nosy). I guess this troika could have had better names though :) Wait! hold the phone Scras! I just recalled a certain archmage named "RICHBUTBUSY"!! from the Auchinduin Mine :)
Thanks to MoonHunter for all his (still ongoing) technical help and support! The rumor links now have titles! Go to Comment
Oh. I like this one. I really do. There needs to be more stuff like this in game worlds. It's not just the massively uber fighters-for-good and scions-of-ultimate darkness that make and leave behind magical items. Ambitious (and possibly nymphomaniacal) madames consorting with demons (I hesitate to ask, but I feel I must: what kind of demon was Poggodin of the Three Tounges?) have their toys too. Assuming one could get the box open (maybe another madame could open without much problem?) there would be all kinds of fun to be had. Everything could be sold (although I have gamed with at least one player who would have kept the hairpin). This is soo unique, and since I can't really think of anything that needs to be fixed... 5/5. I WILL be using this at some point. Go to Comment
It's been said, but this one is high quality man! Perfectly crafted with the right amount of details and tid-bits and it is it not bogged down, nor is it an "overload" as some long subs can be. Artistically splendid.
Very cool and dark, in that way that it is. A LOT of story and detail, capped off by a great goody bag at the end. I don't know about anyone else, but I was kind of disgusted by the ring of abrasions...*imagines deep bruises appearing as the ring is dragged across skin, shudders*. To reiterate Ria in a way, I also liked how it explored another alley of roleplaying, the seedy harems and dames that hide in almost every good dirty city, and how it used demons in a way that completely fit the mood without turning it into another "endless hellfires of eternal torment" submission. In other words, good work! Go to Comment
Quite nice. Not sure it is useable for me, but..maybe. I think I may try to come up with an event around it. Though I think I will use Loviatar in it somehow. (She is a goddes of pleasure through pain.) Go to Comment