Generally I dislike having a whole zooful of werebeasts; people like to have everything from were-nematodes to were-okapis and everything in between, and I think it gets ridiculous and takes the mystery and interest out of the simple idea of the human that becomes the animal. But I love this simply because these are such well-fleshed ideas of people and clans. Go to Comment
Exceptionally well written, although as Val pointed out there are a couple of weaker entries among this particular collection of weres. Nevertheless, it is still overwhelmingly an amazing collection of critters and for this reason deserves a HOH. By far and large, I have to say that the Were-Scorpion and Were-Jackal are my favourites. Go to Comment
Amber Greierson is one of the Countesses of Pier Point, and she is regarded as unpleasent and a snob even amongst fellow aristocrats. Those who have tresspassed on her manor have been attacked by a great white swan the size of a small dog.
She has told noone of her were-status, and feels happier upon the lake in swan-form then she does in human form.
Thanks, man, that was buggin' me just a bit. Could you make an entry for him? He sounds like an excellent villain.
And it's cool, valadaar: I'm actually quite well-known for my ranting. If you ever meet me in person, whatever you do, do NOT engage me in a conversation about Warhammer 40,000. That's a favored subject. Go to Comment
This is a great gaming resource, some of these you could build a campaign out of and others are just useful for color or reference. The only thing that would make it a greater gaming resources is if it was centered more on one school of thought regarding the index, some are specific ships, some are classes, so are examples or legends, as is it is, it is a great read and I love it, but it is not really "need something now grab the binder" material Go to Comment