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Quill of Fine Writing
Items  (Tools)   (Non-Magical)
manfred's comment on 2003-03-15 11:07 AM
A simple thing, this one is. And useful. It certainly is magical, and probably the birds are slightly magical themselves?

It could be a nightmare to hunt these, if they had the chameleon's power to blend with the surrounding... Go to Comment
Quill of Fine Writing
Items  (Tools)   (Non-Magical)
Ria Hawk's comment on 2003-03-18 08:13 PM
Perhaps they only work if they have fallen naturally from the bird. Go to Comment
Quill of Fine Writing
Items  (Tools)   (Non-Magical)
Agar's comment on 2003-03-18 04:43 PM
Perhaps also the way they are crafted has as much to do with their effectivness as the feather. A craftsman might only be able to use a knife made from an exotic steel or forged in an exotic manner or shape to cut the quill. Or only at certain times, like when the birds are getting ready to migrate. Their feathers may be getting stronger and more effective in the last few days before the migration, after that, they've migrated to who knows where and are no longer available. Go to Comment
Quill of Fine Writing
Items  (Tools)   (Non-Magical)
Ylorea's comment on 2003-08-20 08:33 AM
I am still a bit unclear as to the way I have to incorporate this into the D&D rules. On which check do I get a + ?

*ponder*

Still the idea in itself (especialy with the remarks given here) seem very usefull. I think I just might have a certain wizard send a certain party to obtain a couple of these feathers.

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Maybe the feather inself needs to be gold-coated before it can be enchanted.... Go to Comment
Quill of Fine Writing
Items  (Tools)   (Non-Magical)
Cheka Man's comment on 2013-04-26 10:48 PM
Simple and useful. Go to Comment
Quill of Fine Writing
Items  (Tools)   (Non-Magical)
Zylithan's comment on 2005-11-27 08:35 PM
Good solid idea. I'd love some more details, but it's a good start with what it has. Not every post has to be a full library! Go to Comment
Quill of Fine Writing
Items  (Tools)   (Non-Magical)
Murometz's comment on 2008-01-07 06:28 PM
Another one thats short yet sweet Go to Comment
Quill of Fine Writing
Items  (Tools)   (Non-Magical)
valadaar's comment on 2013-04-26 10:20 PM
Only voted Go to Comment
Alexir the Melancholic
NPCs  (Minor)   (Artistic/Performance)
Barbarian Horde's comment on 2003-07-31 10:22 AM
First person definitely. Go to Comment
Alexir the Melancholic
NPCs  (Minor)   (Artistic/Performance)
Barbarian Horde's comment on 2003-08-19 08:38 PM
Dont care this one was most unhelpful. Go to Comment
Alexir the Melancholic
NPCs  (Minor)   (Artistic/Performance)
Barbarian Horde's comment on 2003-11-10 06:32 PM
I like the air of wispfulness you created. I gives a wise DM or player a way of determining who the character will act.

But I would have liked a little 3rd person background.

Again I am beginning to see your name as mark of quality.

Tim C. Go to Comment
Alexir the Melancholic
NPCs  (Minor)   (Artistic/Performance)
ephemeralstability's comment on 2003-03-11 11:48 AM
Thought I'd give the 1st person method a go like in Crow's last post. Do you prefer this or a 3rd person approach? Go to Comment
Alexir the Melancholic
NPCs  (Minor)   (Artistic/Performance)
CaptainPenguin's comment on 2003-07-31 06:02 PM
I prefer 3rd person. Go to Comment
Alexir the Melancholic
NPCs  (Minor)   (Artistic/Performance)
Cheka Man's comment on 2014-03-04 07:40 PM
This is the seed of a great idea. Go to Comment
Alexir the Melancholic
NPCs  (Minor)   (Artistic/Performance)
axlerowes's comment on 2014-03-04 07:42 PM
twas a different time,

what cheka said Go to Comment
Alexir the Melancholic
NPCs  (Minor)   (Artistic/Performance)
valadaar's comment on 2014-03-04 05:26 PM
1st person is interesting, but oh so brief. Go to Comment
Catacombs
Plots  (Discovery)   (Single-Storyline)
ephemeralstability's comment on 2003-03-11 10:19 AM
Some questions left unanswered:

Why now? Why didn't the spirits awake earlier?
What will they find? Lots of undead?
What happened to the boiling oil? (Actually that all seeped away into the ground of the catacombs)
History: why was the King persecuting the Lamezzites? Why did the priests have sympathy for them?

I thought there I'd written too much already, so these are just left as open questions. Go to Comment
Catacombs
Plots  (Discovery)   (Single-Storyline)
manfred's comment on 2003-03-12 02:38 AM
Or perhaps, some other group, historically in some way linked to these Lamezzites, is persecuted right now?

Could well awaken these spirits, even if they were sleeping for such a long time. Go to Comment
Catacombs
Plots  (Discovery)   (Single-Storyline)
Agar's comment on 2003-03-12 02:46 PM
Invariably, in any persecution/genocide, some escape. Could this small band of decendants be the ones motavating the excavations or even the purpetraitors?

The Lamezzites likely had thier own beliefs and had at least one spiritual leader with them, perhaps they beseeched thier gods as they were being slaughtered and now are acting to avenge thier murder. Go to Comment
Catacombs
Plots  (Discovery)   (Single-Storyline)
strom's comment on 2003-03-11 06:35 PM
Perhaps, as the King and his henchmen prepared the oil, a shaman from within the catacombs was casting an incantation of resurrection. This could entail the dead coming back in corporal form and possess the current King, Cardinal, and other political, spiritual, and military leaders.

History: Maybe the Lamezzites are a scape-goat for failures of the King. Historically speaking, there have been many ethnical cultural, and economical reasons given to execute the Jews, Gypsies, Poles, and Irish; to name a few. Thus, the king could merely be averting attention from his own failures in policy driven decrees. Go to Comment
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