Normally reserved for tales of the deeds of the great kings and warriors amongst the Orcs, the Orcish bard could make a praise song up for the PCs. How accurate it is and how good a singer the bard is depends on how the GM is feeling at the time. Go to Comment
Comical and entertaining. The slave hit home to something I did to a fellow player (palladin of my religion) when playing a priest who received an god complex type insanity. I have him a squire who just so happened to be a kobold.
Overall, an outstandingly original oblation of orcish objects! Each one funnier than the last. Although some of the latter items in the list still need a little cleaning up, I found the overall content to be extremely entertaining, funny, and even useful! VERY well done, gents! Go to Comment
Appropriately appealing and appalling in turn. I would have liked several of them to be fleshed out better (like 27), and I would have liked a link to the potions list for 29, but this is a great list. Go to Comment
A group that wished to be 'ever-living' instead was cursed with 'never-dying'. Thier flesh rotted and fell fromthier bones but still they lived on. Now as skeletons they continue thier quest to remove thier curse. As skeletons they differ in that they do not need controlled or summoned. They are fully fledged NPCs with drives or ideas of thier own. Stabbing and slashing weapons would not affect them.