This idea has a solid ground and reasonable believability in its design. The fact that the difficulty in use and cost has made it more of a collectors item than a useable one.
I of course, would like to see a little more write up on it, the history behind it, why it was originally made to be so durable and strong. Since its name implies it was created for dragons (I realize the elephant portion of it though) yet it has never been tested against a dragon. So if it has never been used for its possible original purpose then why build it to the point where it is nearly infamous? Go to Comment
Well, I'm not much of an expert on crossbows, but here's my take.
A longbow can be between 60 and 160 pounds worth of draw- so you may want to change the stats of the draw, as each string could feasibly (if horrendously difficultly) be cocked manually. This would undoubtedy take a while, and be so cumbersome that dryfiring would be all but certain, but it probably would take less than 5 minutes. Go to Comment
something about nobles powdering their throats, some sort of poison powder I believe it was. Loved the name, but didnt really notice anything about it afterwards. If you dont like it I can change the name. Go to Comment
Nicely described, and not your average dungeon dive. I like the Guardians and the Psychopomp, and the idea of the Shade-touched and the Soul-taken, which fits in nicely with a concept I've been playing with for a bit. Go to Comment
Nicely detailed and well presented. It smacks of the secret religious conspiracy idea that is so popular these days; though the building of the new religious site is nearly as old as religion itself. Good dramatic elements on this one too. Go to Comment
I guess my only responce would be in a region where barrows are just shy of being common this isn't A Barrow...it is The Barrow, the first that is listed, kind of Like Kufu's Pyramid, or Stone Henge (since there are many stone henges, but only one gets to use the name) Go to Comment