Ok, so the floor is doing its slow turn/spin/roll, and the victim walks as long as he or she is able to. But...once they collapse, why are they dragged? Wouldn't they just lay in one place while spinning slowly? (Due to their weight and stuff). How do they actually get dragged? Go to Comment
Kind of hard to clearly describe without pictures :)
The premise is a moving floor powered by water - the floor is the top of a large, rough roller powered by water (it could be magic if desired, but I think it can be done with medieval technology.). The floor is not flat but curved (the larger the roller, the less obvious the curve) Go to Comment
(Psst: A large part of the properties is posted twice! You may really want to edit that, possibly also a few other things.)
A simple, interesting, and useful item I must say. It is potent, but has risks a careless user may easily bring upon himself. I like that it is one of its kind - uniques are all the more sought and valued.
You have given serious thought to the effects and uses of it, and it shows. Cookie for the artistic use - and the plot hooks that came of it. Great work. Go to Comment