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Myzrym
NPCs  (Major)   (Knowledge/Lore)
valadaar's comment on 2014-11-17 01:19 PM
Well, that is very Old School indeed! Reminds me of some of the PC's I've seen from that era.... :)

I think it needs a magic ring that replicates a Deck of Many Things and to somehow mix in a Sphere of Annihilation.



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The Totem of Nahual
Items  (Wand/Staff/ Arcane)   (Cursed)
Scrasamax's comment on 2014-11-17 12:17 PM
A. You don't, power corrupts
B. The priesthood of Nahual is restored and a Cult of the Catwomen is born
C. Strength of Will, a powerful woman becomes the Catwoman and resists the effects of the idol. Go to Comment
The Totem of Nahual
Items  (Wand/Staff/ Arcane)   (Cursed)
valadaar's comment on 2014-11-17 11:36 AM
That is certainly a cool take on Catwoman. Given how it destroys the host, how would you end up with Catwoman lasting long enough to become a fixture?

I hope, however, the Penguin won't get quite the same treatment :)



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Plutopolis
Locations  (City)   (Any)
Scrasamax's comment on 2014-11-11 07:37 AM
There is more to Plutopolis than meets the eye, and everything was simply too much to put into a single mega submission.

Plutopolis is a world city, in that the players of a game are never going to leave the city because there is no reason to, this isn't a function like Dark City, there is a world that exists outside of it's borders, but aside from rare and specific missions there is nothing of interest outside.

Regarding positives for living in the Plutopolis: there are plenty of them.

Outside of the city, life is different, Plutopolis doesn't exist in our world, and traveling across the continents is going to reveal a landscape ravaged by violent wars, rampant poverty and banditry, and for the resident country (America) it is an absentee police state, there is no civil protection unless it's coming down on you. The American dream isn't to own a home, and have 2.5 kids, it's to move to Plutopolis, because the City of Riches, crime ridden as it may be, will never taste the misery of war or genocide.

Likewise, Plutopolis is plutocratic democracy, and the government changes, mayors come and go, and various other offices rotate, meaning that there are no petty tyrants lording over the city. The powers that be rather than embrace the innate and latent negativity of the city have a strong desire to see good people, honest people find their way to positions of power, and be replaced before they succumb to the corruption innate to the station.

Holidays in Plutopolis put our holidays to shame. Christmas sees the black buildings lit with holiday colors, and the corps and wealthy families put out their charity, and there are many public Christmas displays (heavy on the pagan aspect, light on the Jesus aspect). Same goes for other holidays, with parades, and ticker tape, and again the giant corps pumping money into said parades. On the downside that means there is corporate ownership and sponsorship of holidays (Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade) but on the upside, it has made these holidays more commercial, and more strongly recognized.

Out in the farmland, the government is holding farmers hostage for their food, and in the mountains there are tiny sectarian wars, and the air is smoke and the water is poisoned, but in Plutopolis there is a 97 float, balloon and marching band parade going on for St. Patricks day. Go to Comment
Plutopolis
Locations  (City)   (Any)
Scrasamax's comment on 2014-11-11 11:23 PM
Mammon's Palace is probably in West Go to Comment
Plutopolis
Locations  (City)   (Any)
Cheka Man's comment on 2014-11-11 09:09 AM
The followers of the God Mammon would be welcomed in Plutopolis, I would think. Go to Comment
Plutopolis
Locations  (City)   (Any)
Murometz's comment on 2014-11-10 12:50 PM


Just another day in the big city...



Very well described in places. Awesome canvas for gaming (or in your case, awesome locale for a novel I imagine.) An entire world really, inside of a city. Besides Gotham, I get a bit of a Basin City vibe, along with for some reason, a fascimile of futuristic novels of the 40's, 50's, and 60's, decrying the "metropolises" they describe.



As per usual, no positives are mentioned about "life in the big city", of which there are many. Then again, I imagine that's by design. :)

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Civilian Craft in the Cosmic Era
Items  (Transports)   (Campaign Defining)
Scrasamax's comment on 2014-10-28 04:26 PM
I'm not happy with this sub, what would you like to see to make it better? Go to Comment
Civilian Craft in the Cosmic Era
Items  (Transports)   (Campaign Defining)
Cheka Man's comment on 2014-09-24 09:55 PM
Your submission deserves a vote on it. :) Go to Comment
Civilian Craft in the Cosmic Era
Items  (Transports)   (Campaign Defining)
Aramax's comment on 2014-10-28 01:08 PM
Scas this is a huge disappointment from your FANTASTIC other stuff(I am totally a fan of the cosmic era . you are by far my fav sub person and you let me down 2.5/5 (dont hate me ) Still think space whates are best thing since sliced bread Go to Comment
Navarch Ariana Sterngood
NPCs  (Major)   (Combative)
EchoMirage's comment on 2014-10-08 01:52 PM
I think they don't even want to restore her, or to substitute the hormones. Why deal with puberty when you can have a perfectly stable kid general?

Possibly, I'd revisit what kind of body she chooses for herself; it might not be girlish teen androids. The gamer in her might choose a body that appears imposing, epic and still cool, an iconic over-the top sculpt that has nothing to do with how she might have looked if not for her sickness. Go to Comment
Navarch Ariana Sterngood
NPCs  (Major)   (Combative)
Dozus's comment on 2014-10-02 09:32 AM
Interesting. Kind of an Ender Wiggin in a jar. Go to Comment
Navarch Ariana Sterngood
NPCs  (Major)   (Combative)
Murometz's comment on 2014-10-15 03:05 PM
Can I say, I feel bad for her? Which is a good thing. A somewhat tragic powerful presence, messed up in head, and a damn interesting character for a novel. I imagine you can go many ways with her...good, bad, other. The 27 pounds of brain and suspended viscera is a jolting image.

I'm going to have to look up what the heck an Ender Wiggin is now. Go to Comment
Navarch Ariana Sterngood
NPCs  (Major)   (Combative)
valadaar's comment on 2014-09-23 12:34 PM
I like this character - can serve as an antagonistic patron or enemy easily enough.
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The Singing Children
Lifeforms  (Third Kingdom)   (City/ Ruin)
Scrasamax's comment on 2014-10-08 09:09 PM
I had a Lovecraftian unspeakable horror in mind, something that used the children as conduits. Go to Comment
The Singing Children
Lifeforms  (Third Kingdom)   (City/ Ruin)
EchoMirage's comment on 2014-10-08 02:03 PM
I like; reminds me of some Steven King novels (Dreamcatcher comes to mind).
Just as a matter of interest, what is the explanation behind the phenomenon? Go to Comment
The Singing Children
Lifeforms  (Third Kingdom)   (City/ Ruin)
Cheka Man's comment on 2014-09-16 12:15 PM
A nice new take on Zombies. Go to Comment
The Singing Children
Lifeforms  (Third Kingdom)   (City/ Ruin)
Murometz's comment on 2014-09-29 08:21 PM


Red-rimmed eyes, red-rimmed mouth...Join the song!



I enjoyed this. Creepy and nicely written!

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Doctor Hugh Riot
NPCs  (Scenario Based)   (Technical)
Cheka Man's comment on 2014-09-16 08:12 PM
A dangerous person to mess with. Go to Comment
Doctor Hugh Riot
NPCs  (Scenario Based)   (Technical)
valadaar's comment on 2014-09-15 11:36 AM
This is a great villain. He feels worse than both Dr. Doom and Dr. Octopus.

A welcome addition to the Cosmic Era. Go to Comment
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