Um...whats next? The thong of holding? Now we're getting somewhere. Actually, its not a bad and you might be able to use that in a spy adventure. A guard is probably not going to say, "excuse me lady could you take your bra off?" Now thats a start of a porno. Cue the funky, 70's guitar and the plumer thats just there to unclog some pipes.....not that I watch porn.....just saying. Go to Comment
Seriously, some women who are top heavy, so to speak, find it difficult to engage in athletics. So this would be in great demand by older women or those who were busty. In addition, having something to flatten yourself without discomfort would make it easier when shooting a bow (or playing golf). An item like this, with suitable modifications, would help a fat man keep up with the young warriors, too. I always wondered how those "old" wizards managed to avoid a heart attack out there among the athletes. Now we know. Go to Comment
I love how no one has followed true Strolenite style and said what I am about to.
IT'S TOO SHORT!
Anyway, I like the Item and all possible wacky hijinks related to it. It would be nice if some of said hijinks could have been posted in the post, and not the comments, however. Naturally, the inclusion of statistics removes points, too. Go to Comment
As others have noted, the brassiere is a relatively recent development among women's undergarments; the more historically common item was a corset. As I have been quite an enthusiast of well fitted corsets for some years now, I would recommend the widespread adoption of such a magic item.
Of course, the comparable male item would be the codpiece: Codpieces have been used for a similar purpose. A legal case from England in the late 16th Century involved a man who hid a roast chicken in his. Men's trunkhose were more commonly used to carry items securely; one journal recounts how a man carried a full set of dishes, cups and tableware for six in his "sloppes", padded by the tablecloth. Go to Comment
Good for players working out of a base, a bed isn't something I'd like to try and transport while I was out dungeon crawling.
Fine silk can be hard to find, but goose feather down? With the ability to cure disease, blindness and insanity, I would have to make the stuffing harder to come by. Molting feathers of a pegasus, or feathers plucked from a gryphon chick. or whatever you call a baby gryphon. Go to Comment
It was created by a follower of one of my players. He was the party first aid kit, while his master was the caster of clerical defensive spells. The bed came in handy, since I was a stickler for the rules concerning the recovery of hp. Go to Comment
A certain tribe in a valley believes that the soul remains trapped in the body after death and is aware of it. So they treat their dead as if they are alive, talking to them and keeping them at home. They are used to the stink and for some reason are also immune to the diseases that this practise causes but outsiders are not so lucky.
Encounter ( Any ) | June 19, 2016 |