It also reminds me of this meta trend in children's books where they ask you to physically interact with the book like its images are real. "Don't Push the Button," "This Book Just Ate My Dog!," "We Are In a Book!," etc. Go to Comment
Nice and simple. What if the limited common potion was limited to potions they had actually consumed with that week period which then resets with the next week. Or the turning of the moon or whatever. So when it resets and they try to summon one, nothing happens as they have not yet partaken of the potion that week? Go to Comment
I would caution users to really stick to the "limited common potions" concept and give your players a short list. You don't want them pouring through source books for the perfect match every time they come to a new encounter. Go to Comment
I like it, from the summary I somehow had in mind that this arrow would be serving as a means of sending a message (clearly I glossed over the adjective pointed) so I was a bit surprised as I read on. The legend is a nice touch. Go to Comment
Will use. Love the visual and the story-telling potential. Gives a whole new meaning to birds flying against the glass panes. WHUMPF! "Oh, that? Someone attempting another pot-shot at me."
An excellent opening for a campaign: witnessing a bird become and arrow and the ensuing assassination. Go to Comment
I echo axle in loving the voice and underpinnings. I'm also thick-headed apparently. I'm trying to understand what the voice's agenda is exactly...he's "applying" to an uber-criminal organization? Go to Comment