I sent a letter to the Princess of Quails beseeching her audience, so I can activate my hand-held tele-world-portation device, while I genuflect in her presence, sending her plummeting through the ether of Time and Space and into your bedroom. Go to Comment
This princess is generally considered one of the more insufferable people in the court. Stumbling around from day to day without so much as a thought in the world, She has a remarkable talent for getting into trouble, but, much like her namesake, has no such luck in getting out on her own. Ironically, the only man alive who would bother to save her from her rather idiotic woes (at least when they threaten her well-being) is the local leader of the anti-royalty freedom fighters, who considers all human beings to be equal, and treats everyone, even her, with a relatively appropriate level of respect, which with her passes for "Would you bloody well stop getting into trouble!? If I gained a soldier for every time I've saved you, I would've overthrown the monarchy years ago!"
Note: I hadn't read the whole thing yet, and didn't notice the entry already made for the princess of dodos. This is just the version I made up on my own. Go to Comment
Very, very good. There are a few repeats here from 30 Princesses (like the Duck and the Hummingbird), but the personalities differ enough for it not to matter much. Really loving this series of bird-inspired subs! Go to Comment
I, for my part, did not contribute to such an inflated average. It is good Scras work (as all Scras work is), and is very good for a 30, but it isn't leaping over that bar to become 5 material Go to Comment
The PCs are invited to play in lumberjack games. They must see how quickly they can cut down a tree, how quickly they can use a great saw to cut a wheel from an already dropped tree, and must stay on top of a floating log while a lumberjack tries to roll the log to make them fall in the water. The winner gets beer and pancakes