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Bells of Chaos
Plots  (Duty)   (Single-Storyline)
chilled's comment on 2006-08-25 05:05 AM
i now it's a few years old and all that but good idea man. Go to Comment
Bells of Chaos
Plots  (Duty)   (Single-Storyline)
valadaar's comment on 2011-04-29 10:32 AM


I agree with Pieh on this one.  I like this as it could be a campaign affecting incident - religious schisms are frequent drivers of conflict.

 


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Bells of Chaos
Plots  (Duty)   (Single-Storyline)
Wulfhere's comment on 2007-06-05 05:56 PM
Perhaps the thieves' patron is a priest that has been swayed by the new saint's beliefs, and just wants to prevent conflict among the people of his church.

In his mind, No Bell = No Conflict. Go to Comment
Sabotage
Plots  (Duty)   (Single-Storyline)
Strolen's comment on 2002-10-10 10:18 AM
Ahhh, yes. Consequences. Excellent point Ria. One always must look at the consequences of one's actions!!! If he is doing so well, then there will be many that support him, suppliers, merchants, those that love his work. And they may not be happy either by way to riches being taken. And who says the glassmaker is lawful. Go to Comment
Sabotage
Plots  (Duty)   (Single-Storyline)
ephemeralstability's comment on 2002-06-28 02:58 AM
That's great! That would fit really well with the campaign I'm running at the moment: lots of guilds and mafioso intrigue and basically thieves doing what thieves do best. I wonder where the inspiration for the name Rinaldo came...possibly a topical reference? Go to Comment
Sabotage
Plots  (Duty)   (Single-Storyline)
manfred's comment on 2002-06-28 02:58 AM
Funny you ask... the last thing I could not think of was the name of the glassmaker. Then I re-remembered the Venice as the age-old source of wonderful glass (the guild and the secrets were the original inspiration). So I took the first Italian-sounding name... and somehow it fits. Go to Comment
Sabotage
Plots  (Duty)   (Single-Storyline)
manfred's comment on 2006-12-31 03:19 AM
Ahhh, you have found one of my oldest works here. In honor of this Bump, I have spell-checked it a little, and added a few lines to make it nicer. The text was preserved for posterity. :) Go to Comment
Sabotage
Plots  (Duty)   (Single-Storyline)
Ria Hawk's comment on 2002-10-02 12:42 AM
You know, if the players do end up doing what they're being paid for, Rinaldo will not be pleased. And depending on how well he's connected, he could make life very hard for them... Go to Comment
Sabotage
Plots  (Duty)   (Single-Storyline)
EchoMirage's comment on 2004-06-24 02:22 AM
He could make a see-through assassin (at half price!) and send him after them... *evil grin* Go to Comment
Sabotage
Plots  (Duty)   (Single-Storyline)
Cheka Man's comment on 2006-12-30 07:24 PM
Only voted Go to Comment
Sabotage
Plots  (Duty)   (Single-Storyline)
Chaosmark's comment on 2006-12-30 04:04 PM
When I say old school... Go to Comment
Sabotage
Plots  (Duty)   (Single-Storyline)
Murometz's comment on 2006-04-08 07:17 PM
Many ways to run with this! Nice plot.


Or as the Beastie Boys would say "Listen up ya'll its SABOTAGE!" Go to Comment
Sabotage
Plots  (Duty)   (Single-Storyline)
valadaar's comment on 2011-04-29 10:16 AM


A good starter for an adventure, for any timeline.


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Snowflake
NPCs  (Mythic/ Historical)   (Travelers)
Barbarian Horde's comment on 2003-12-03 06:22 AM
Fidlik

Manfred, this should be a really great enterpraise for beginning characters after hardly survived battle with goblins, to come to the city to have some rest and meet the Snowfall - maybe they start to believe that their game is only meant to let the Game Master have some fun / but not as US means that /...
You should than switch play mode slightly to LARP, maybe ??? Go to Comment
Snowflake
NPCs  (Mythic/ Historical)   (Travelers)
manfred's comment on 2006-02-07 08:44 AM
Not exactly DnD, but almost there. But white is a good color for such a dragon.

And: you have to keep even the oldies, especially if they are useable. Go to Comment
Snowflake
NPCs  (Mythic/ Historical)   (Travelers)
manfred's comment on 2009-01-29 02:42 PM
We like to keep them for sentimental reasons. Thank you! Go to Comment
Snowflake
NPCs  (Mythic/ Historical)   (Travelers)
manfred's comment on 2014-06-27 02:02 AM
The accounts differ. According to the venerable Slemastene, the Citadel was founded in the spring of the Year of the Fly, after the battle of Remadrin. However, the sage Tracan notes... Go to Comment
Snowflake
NPCs  (Mythic/ Historical)   (Travelers)
Agar's comment on 2002-11-04 11:56 PM
Is a nice whimsical dragon for throwing a red herring on the players. Thier knee-jerk reaction to a sudden and mysterious winter decending on the land will be to seek the forces of ultimate evil at the center of the storm. I can only wonder at their puzzlement when they reach the village at the storm's center and find snow men and sled races.

I am curious on how snowflake handles the disagreement of the farmer whose crops she freezes, merchants whose goods are snow bound, and other unwanted side effects of winter. Pay them for thier troubles out of her horde? Eat the grumblers? This would be an interesting and unusual puzzle for the players to clear up. Go to Comment
Snowflake
NPCs  (Mythic/ Historical)   (Travelers)
Cheka Man's comment on 2005-11-09 05:05 PM
Nice. She probebly kills a few people without meaning to. Go to Comment
Snowflake
NPCs  (Mythic/ Historical)   (Travelers)
Michael Jotne Slayer's comment on 2006-02-07 06:17 AM
Good solid idea for some humour relief and a red herring. But a "white dragon" is a bit too DnD'ish for me... Aaand now I see how old this actually is;)
Glad you're keeping the oldies Manfred. Go to Comment
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