A very cute idea but you really have to be careful with these sorts of things around players. I don't think it should just give something for free, perhaps the tip pouch is populated based upon how generous you are with your time or compliments. I agree it should be a sort of minor divine artifact. Go to Comment
I like this a lot and can definately see the depth with this one. I can tell it is a project just from al lthe other related submisisons that go along with it which I will have to read at another time.
I did take .5 off because I became real confused with al lthe common names; Sangia, Sangreal, and Sangius. Sangia wanted the wealth of Sangia added to his own, and thus began the century of warfare, with the Order of the Golden Sword and the mounted Winged Knights bringing battle against the ghost worshipping Ozeans. Probably the most confusing sentence. Go to Comment
Mythology, History, Biblical Motifs... its got it all!
I love "Old Voz" and I love this passage: "The basic nature of Sangia is the prime reason that the basic tenets of the Trinity involve the abandonment of idols, since having a 12 foot statue of a dragon cast from gold would really make Sangia happy, it would also turn the Trinity into a dragon cult." Go to Comment
A good rationale for not using something beats simply adding another option. Yes, they could throw that axe if really necessary, but making them detest that option gives them even more color. My question is answered. Go to Comment
Copper is a rather soft metal and prone to corrosion, so copper weapons are inferior to brass, bronze, iron, and steel weapons. The copper axes used by the Ozians are ceremonial, and most do not even have a sharpened edge. Go to Comment
Once a year, the king steps down from his throne, and lives as a peasant for one day, the next day is the anniversary of his coronation, and it is celebrated by a reenactment of the ceremony. This is doubly beneficial, firstly, because the people are able to have the grand parade that always precedes the ceremony. Secondly, because the heir to the throne is given a day on the job every year. Although, apparently, the thought has not yet come to one of the kingdoms enemies, the assassination of the king during the renewal coronation would be a moral, as well as a political blow to the kingdom.
Ideas ( System ) | July 24, 2008 |