This is terribly mislabled, unless there is going to be a The Trinitine Faith II and The Trinitine Faith III post to tell me what is going on. Perhaps this should be retitled The Origins of the The Trinitine Faith
It is beautifully written, artistically executed, has a bunch of great details. But in the end, it really does not tell much of anything about this religion. Perhaps a "Dummy's Guide to the The Trinitine Faith is in order. Go to Comment
This goes down as one of my favorite posts of yours all-time! The scope and verisimilitude is amazing. A subtle yet powerful treatise on history and religion par excellence! And it doesnt pound you over the head with a hammer. It flows smoothly.
Right as usual Moon, Wandern here was inspired by Shatner, and the quote in the summary is slightly modified from something Shatner said, regarding technology, rather than magic, and the driving force behind Trek. Horatio hornblower, the eight-part series (8 hours?) was also great! Go to Comment
This was a quick toss off, well written and cute, and I was drawn into the character immediately. But then he never showed up.
It is okay for a minor character,
but most GMs already have shatner in their pockets. A few magic items and a barebone catalog of military service are not very enlightening points nor are they great launch pads for in character roleplaying. Go to Comment
I like this place. It has history and depth. The write up is well executed and nicely done. There is not a lot you can do with it, but use it as the background element for an area (either physically or as part of the history of the world). Bonus points for making manifest history (i.e. some thing real that expresses the history of the place if someone bothered to check into it). Go to Comment
The PC's are present at the fateful sermon. The local lords (responsible for funding) are deeply concerned that someone is using arcane or religious powers to thwart the cathedral. The timing of the wall collapse suggests an unnatural cause, and they hire the PCs to find out what happened.
Munir's ghost can appear, and proclaim his own innocence. Alternately, the Gods could send a message that something is amiss. Go to Comment