I also could not help but think of good old Jack.
I can use this right away. just last week I fudged stats on an pirate captain and this is a great reason and possibly an adventure hook for my PCs.
thank you. Go to Comment
Well executed, and laid out with plenty of action to keep things from getting bogged down. The twist at the end was solid, with Davyth being an embalmed corpse and his spirit summoning aid for his mortal family. Plus what manfred said. Go to Comment
A well written adventure, clearly made by someone who has been doing this sort of thing for many, many years. It is a classic style adventure, as one could find in Chaosium books and the like. A step above the plain and ordinary D&D adventures.
However the adventure lacks that extra spirit, that trace of genius, that makes some citadellian subs truly stand out. That is no fault however, and do not stop me from awarding a true 5.0 vote to this sub. Go to Comment
A certain type of demon cannot not be hit by ranged weapons or attacks. Attacks have to be made up close and personal for the damage to mean something. Ranged attacks are to impersonal.
Possibally a way to make the ranged attacks more meaningful would be to coat the arrow head or what not with the shooters blood. Of course, they'd better be a good shot, otherwise they're wasting arrows and already bleeding to boot.
Spells: wizards might have half or no effect, preist might work due to divine intention.