An excellent example of a fleshed out world view. Useful, insightful, and presents challenging, self-consistent dilemmas. Even a little harrowing, considering what the human race is moving towards.
Note: German words with umlauts are written with an appended 'e' when you don't have access to the double dots. So, "haesslich" would be proper. I do love the etymology embedded in your word-choices and the terms you create.
The choice of having a tangible soul is a good one for role-playing games. It certainly adds meaning and the potential for high-stakes game events.Go to Comment
Nice! Kind of like the artifact category from DnD. There are a ton of things that could fall into this list: laser cats, the MIB noisy cricket, Raven's nuclear sidecar, the care bear stare, and the Halo needler. I'd love some weird weapon based on swarming drones a-la the Protoss carrier.
*EDIT* I realized later that you do have a weapon based on drones - the Hornissennest System from Allele la Creuset.Go to Comment
Ah! That had a refreshingly classic feel. Made me want to dig up some graph paper, pencils and a copy of the monster manual. I enjoyed the none-to-serious tone and I liked the straight-taking unaffected voice.
Enterolans, nice one, I hope the PCs packed a lawn gnome*.
Oubliette has always been a disappointing word for me. It is just a hole in the ground! But the way Oubilette rolls of the tounge makes me think magical puzzle box, chamber of secrets or torture room. What is the etymology on that one?Go to Comment