I personally wouldn't use it with the party being chased. It was just a really annoying puzzle trap that took us a while to figure out. The particular GM that used it had one heck of an imagination and used to test us with all kinds of silly little things. It made for a great gaming experience. Go to Comment
I like the idea, but as said, it isn't anything new, although a nice idea on an old one...
The idea of the foot prints was one that I hadn't thought about before (which really puts me to shame) and is a good idea (one that I will ne using although I will edit it to need a dispell to get to the end). Go to Comment
It is in Requesting Advice, so the author apparently thought it needs something more.
Hey, what if someone finds those necklaces after a long time, breaks the twig (silly twig stuck in a nice gold chain) and is transported to the original destination... likely an abandoned, dangerous location. A group would have to either split or follow anyone transported to gods-know-where. Go to Comment
A sentiment weapon that is very impressionable in terms of what is right and wrong, akin to a child. Currently, being ownerless, it is not very powerful. However, once it has found an owner, it can provide significant boosts to the wielder in an area or areas the wielder most desire. What adventures will this sentiment weapon go through? How will it develop itself in terms of power and personality?