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
The title drew me in like a moth to flame. The fact that the necromancer in question has to be of relation to the unfortunate fetus is a magnificently eeevil touch. The food or not food designation is also nice and primal. Harsh. Pure. Real magic! I am a big fan of limb sacrifice when evoking true undead. The root is creepy and fascinating and the book is sublime!!
This is like Lankhmar meets Vincent Price. I guess my only question would be why use the actual Ool Hrusp and Nehwon reference?