What about the scroll? Has it survived all these years, or is it useless? Maybe the magic on the scroll is differnt in essence from common-day magics?
What about the sprite, it might bot be alive after all these years (even if he thinks he is alive) & can never truely leave the area. Go to Comment
Besides this plot seemingly being submitted for the wrong category (I agree this is more of an encounter as opposed to a side-quest but then possibly the author has his own interpretation of what constitutes a side-quest), I think this is a solid submission. Not that original and refreshing in itself but then it did spark nice inputs from others that have added a great deal to it. Go to Comment
I wish I had something I could contribute to the submission to make it better other than a vote, but I don't. It's riddled with unanswered questions and any I might say are more or less echoes of previous commenters.
Maybe, if the player has gotten himself in deep enough excrement, the general will possess him and help him win his fight. Maybe, also, there is now a way to free the general (and maybe even bring him back to life). Go to Comment
This would have been a solid sub and it surely is written okay but like the Captain, the fact that the reason why the mage cursed this seemingly goodness-aligned general is unexplained leaves me with an adverse impression on this particular sub. Go to Comment
An intresting idea... A dagger that is both enchanted and cursed. I make the distinction, as it is very well possible that the dagger can help you, it also may actualy be a curse to use it. Go to Comment