valadaar, this is my favorite post of yours so far.
Love the lead-in, the quirky details, and the Great Lutazum itself! Love the 'Tili' part!
What does it eat? I'm guessing obscene amounts of vegetation
Wow, I have a soft spot for big-ass weird creatures, tribes that revere them, and all the mysteries and unanswered questions that swirl around them. The only reason I dont give top marks is that I needed just a little more info on this beast. Otherwise, its great!! I will use Tili Lutazum in game-play. Thanks! Go to Comment
This is what I like. A simple plant or creature with many surprising impacts, suited for worlds that have contact with otherworldly evil. Yes, a bit on the D&D-ish side, but still not bad. Not bad at all! Go to Comment
Interesting expansion of the plant. The contamination of the region might mutate various plants and lifeforms around it. Thus we could get "evil animated trees", corrupted animals, and other dark forest tropes. Go to Comment
The unintended consequences plot hook is my favorite and I like the fact that the plant isn't dripping with Abyssal 'boojums', rather, just has a few quirks that put together give it a very otherworldly feel. Go to Comment
While I agree that this really doesn't fit into the lifeform challenge it is a very good rendition of a nastly little demon. I love the idea of a demon compelled by something other than hate, rage, hate, and death. makes for interesting dealings when one is summoned and it shows up indtead. Good job valadaar.
My only complaint is a littl more informtion on the demon itself and possibly a hint at what he has contained in the sack. What does he do with the coins and treasure he finds and loots? Holds them in his sack or does he ever pull them out to count them? Go to Comment