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The Great Mountains
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Scrasamax's comment on 2011-10-17 12:07 PM


I think it is interesting that this is more a plot than a location.


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The Great Mountains
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valadaar's comment on 2011-04-26 11:50 AM


This could easily be the centerpiece of a campaign - there are so many directions this could go.


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The oversized baby
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manfred's comment on 2002-01-11 06:53 AM
Any reasonable plan should work but keep in mind that his little boy is quite heavy.

NOTE: Father doesn't want to look helpless to his little boy and the humanoids should appear as mere tools to take care of the dirty work of his own great plan. Go to Comment
The oversized baby
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manfred's comment on 2006-02-07 08:36 AM
Now in the movies: Vychan the Flamespewer. With a little travelling in time, you see will what happened to the small baby-dragon. Dragons and humans working together! See it now, or order the DVD! Go to Comment
The oversized baby
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manfred's comment on 2007-05-18 03:29 PM
Hm, I think there used to be more comments here... anyway, thanks for the Bump! Go to Comment
The oversized baby
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Cheka Man's comment on 2007-05-18 02:58 PM
Only voted Go to Comment
The oversized baby
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valadaar's comment on 2011-04-26 10:48 AM


Another nice simple plot - straightforward, though may not line up with ones views on dragons.


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The oversized baby
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PoisonAlchemist's comment on 2011-08-12 12:59 AM


I agree with valadaar, though I think that is part of the charm of the submission. I like how usable it is in that you can just plop it anywhere so long as it thematically fits the game. I also like that it is a short submission, I feel those are underappreciated. 


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Lost Ancestors
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Barbarian Horde's comment on 2003-08-06 09:30 AM
just for fun: 'user' of the crypt is one of PC's. Go to Comment
Lost Ancestors
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Barbarian Horde's comment on 2004-01-07 07:47 PM
If you use the vampire or litch angles, you better figure out why there is no mention of it on the grave site...they wouldn't just stake a vampire or kill a litch, and then give it a proper burial with no warnings!

Maybe those who buried the body didn't know the cause of death, or maybe something reanimated it after burial. Go to Comment
Lost Ancestors
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Barbarian Horde's comment on 2005-03-29 07:40 AM
how do you find out if have a vampire as a ancester? Go to Comment
Lost Ancestors
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Strolen's comment on 2001-12-13 07:28 AM
It could be that the corpse that was found missing later turns up in the game as a enemy. Maybe it is a liche now, or perhaps other graverobbers found the corpse of a vampire but didn't know/understand it and removed a piece of wood (stake) from the crypt thereby freeing the vampire. It could even be some kind of dead abomination terrorizing a distant town and the only way to defeat it is to return it to its original grave, and we know who the only ones that know where that grave is don't we. Go to Comment
Lost Ancestors
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manfred's comment on 2001-12-13 07:28 AM
Hmmm... perhaps there was some (evil?) spirit inside,calmed in its grave and now it is free to revenge on the builder of its grave and his descendants (after 200 years it may be a few). If the heroes dont save this people,they are on the list. Go to Comment
Lost Ancestors
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manfred's comment on 2001-12-13 07:28 AM
And if they have some powerful enemies,stealing the corpse of their ancestors could lead to some unusual form of revenge.
The least imaginative thing would be animating to kill...
but try something like erasing their existence before they were even born. Go to Comment
Lost Ancestors
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manfred's comment on 2001-12-13 07:28 AM
Last idea for tonight: let there be evidence of direct relation to that evil unbeatable necromancer/lich/vampire .
What to do if its your own family? Go to Comment
Lost Ancestors
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manfred's comment on 2003-07-29 03:59 AM
I am glad someone found a use for it.

Please write about the quest's results, if there are any, when the time comes. Go to Comment
Lost Ancestors
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Ria Hawk's comment on 2002-10-02 01:08 AM
And then you have all the fun of possible reincarnation angles. Go to Comment
Lost Ancestors
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MoonHunter's comment on 2004-01-08 12:09 AM
We also have the ancestors haunting the PC whos ancestor was in the tomb.

We could have an interesting twist- a non magical curse. The person died of a plague from centuries gone by. You open the tomb, and now you are exposed. If you can't get to clerical assistance, you might not make it. And lets keep in mind everyone down wind is exposed as well.

(Oh we can have bad guys taking the tomb at the same time who run away, but are exposed. The cleric who heals you tells you, that you need to stop him before he gets to a city or a caravan point and the disease spreads faster than the clerics can stop it), Go to Comment
Lost Ancestors
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MoonHunter's comment on 2005-03-30 08:53 AM
re: the horde's question It usually kills you.

Of course, the person could be the equivalent of a saint to some diety... and the body was "absorbed" by the diety. Maybe the church came by and took the body to make holy items of the saints various bones.

Of course the Evil church could of done the same thing... for really bad purposes. Go to Comment
Lost Ancestors
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Melvins Cat's comment on 2003-07-28 09:33 AM
For those of you that like to play mind games with over paranoid players (I don't know why, but mine get that way after a week):
The real story is that there was some kind of ooze/gel with the corpse in the stone coffin. the ooze consumed the entire corpse (bones & all) & over the years dried up until nothing was left. While not much of a "true" adventure, it can lead to very interesting atempts by PC's, especially those that have good reason not to trust the DM/GM.
My players are actually going on a quest to seek out an ancient hermit-sage just to find out the real "story". Go to Comment
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