I like him as the supernatural manifestation of Justice/ Vengence. He is cliche, but he is a well written cliche. A couple more details might of improved things, either in description or as additional aspects of the legend. Go to Comment
This guy reads like a minor villian out of a high powered Hell comic, one dimensional, but very visually appealing. The wailing heads on his belt and the cadre of shambling undead who arise when he comes and dispences his own form of judgement is neat. I would personally use him as a demon that sorcerers could summon and use as an attack dog, or one that is drawn to great evils that have been done when loose on the mortal plane. Go to Comment
Personally, I have a thing for high-magic campaigns :). In the campaign where this came from, it was used by Blackthar as an NPC, and only occasionally. He did not, for good reason, trust it very much. Go to Comment
That could be quite a potent item. I could see the Artificer secretly manipulating the switch's destinations in order to control its owner's travels. Perhaps we could hear more about this mysterious creature? Go to Comment
I have to second Muro's thoughts. Play around a bit with formatting and spelling, this is an pretty weird idea that just screams to be used. Btw, how long does it take for it to travel to the next village?
And: both options are good, whether a divine creature or freak mutation. It is likely the Hanaset will never know. Go to Comment