This post could of been a Lifeform post, as an "subspecies" of typical orcs. I think it is more appropriate to make this a society or group, rather than an extra-horde post... but it still works. Go to Comment
It is a perfect extension to create a bank in a fedual context. And the next steps into banking and currancy are perfect.
Adding this to your world will change the world. It will push the world toward modernity, as concentrated capital allowed for increased business functions. So add it at your own peril... unless you want a world where things are changing... Go to Comment
A great spin on the old cliche where the fortress crumbles in the resulting cataclysm of a dark lord's death. So what happens if the black tower doesn't fall? You crafted up an ingenious answer here. Fits into any kingdom, and is a great start for quests as well. Add a wonderful history and description, and you've got a perfect post. Great work! Go to Comment
Its becoming apparent to me that when I click on one of your subs, I already know I'm going to like it! I love how you break up the body of the text and the plot hooks into bullet points (I've been trying to do that as well). Makes for easy reading, and each point hits home. Go to Comment
The standard love potion must be consumed by the person who is to fall in love with the next person he or she sees. In stories much hilarity and embarassment ensue as the lover-to-be lays eyes on the wrong person.
This sort of potion would certainly be illegal since it is tantamount to a permanent or semi-permanent life-rape drug. Marriage vows would be destroyed by a single dose, free will is subverted to the command of an unknwon substance. While oftentimes the Cauchemar may mean well, the end result is someone being forced to another's will, regardless of their own. Is this not one of the core themes of evil? Go to Comment
Voyeur, peeping tom, pervert. The usage of the term Cauchemar is just as derogatory. A Cauchemar is a person, generally a male who uses love potions, or charisma enhancing magics/spells to seduce women to his own ends.
The Cauchemar is a taker, and generally is bound up in his ability to have any woman he desires. The most famous have been the villians of epics, where they attempt to seduce a noblewoman but are thwarted by the noble knight/hero. Go to Comment