I can see those long, proud necks adorned with torcs and rings of gold.
Nice little African vibe. Cockaigne plant is nifty too!
I love them!
I hope its not something I missed, but I REALLY can see them as musicians and lovers of music in general, with unique and unmistakable sounds and instruments, echoing through the savanah. Go to Comment
Kada Society/ Organizations (Ethnic/Cultural)
The title and the summary are useless and detract from a very cool list of 30 princess personalities. The use of the birds as a handle for each princess's personality is quite unique. I like it. Fix the summary and a little bit of linking text and this will be a great one. Go to Comment
Send your text for a bird princess to Scras, once he gets another 30 we can do another 30 princesses. And yes, I did send you my little birds before I posted this. (For the record, I have done Phoenix, Roc, Starbird, and Omenbird). Go to Comment
Well...you've listed Cardinal twice and there is already a Princess of Cardinals, and a penhen is the female counterpart to a peacock so that one is also covered. Vulture is also on the list. the others would make some interesting princesses so get on it man!
There exists a prestigious academy with a history going back hundreds of years. Graduates are highly skilled and very much sought after for employment. For purely traditional reasons, the academy requires its students to become proficient in a skill or area of knowledge that has no use in the modern world. This could be Ancient Egyptian, an antiquated form of writing such as shorthand, knowledge of building or repairing antique steam engines, programming COBOL, etc. PCs who graduated from this academy must be sure to have this skill in their repertoire.