Only discrepancy I thought I saw was that when she looked into the goblet and saw the domestic dispute, the wife hits him and he doesn't show retaliation or anything but at then end of the paragraph is mentions he was a monster and a violent man. That wasn't shown unless I read it wrong.
Added plot-The PCs are sent by an Archmage of a certain country to find the Chalice of Remorse, so he can use it to prevent a royal wedding from happening, and thus prevent two other countries from uniting against his country. Go to Comment
I like groups like this, where the criminals are impressed into duty. One would have to be fairly sure that the Captain was very loyal to the governement, because if the Captain goes rogue, the whole company follows him. Also, it's a fairly good bet that some of the criminals they want to dispose of aren't suited for combat (not really a problem, I know, it just means you need more of them). A possible off-shoot of that is a dedicated spy or covert ops company based on the same principle. Go to Comment
Nice usage of magic. Nice history. Good usage for the material. Well presented. Just missing a touch of magic to make it a 5. However, would add it to an appropriate game in the heart beat. Go to Comment
I particularly liked the bit about undercutting all the more traditional mercenary companies - Q: Wouldn't this cause a certain amount of resentment amongst professional soldiers? - A scenario waiting to happen if ever I saw one
This came up on the frontpage as a random sub. I like it! I'm wondering about the oath they take though. "spell of obedience to the spirit of the Company and to it’s Captain." It seems that the captain holds the company's power in his hands. a corrupted captain could be a serious force to be reckoned with. Nice sub Go to Comment