I am giving my vote for the completness of the history and the way it was offered. Well written and easy to understand.
I voted 3.5/5 for the submission.
I fail to see the use of the item other than creating a rain storm. Not really in the chaotic nature of the concept of the shards have been. However, the fact that it unhinges the mind of those who read it makes me assume that this is the chaos in which the item brings. I had hoped for more. The history is very good and that above all else has given me the choice to make this a 4/5 instead of a 3.5/5.
I don't feel moved by this like I have by some of the earlier shard submissions. Don't get me wrong it is real good but it doesn't jump out at me and scream shards. I like the use that the shards are transfered into something else other than an item but an ink. Very nice touch. Go to Comment
The peasants of the wood use crudely carved symbols to ward off wolves. They think the symbols are emblems of purity and goodness and that keeps the wolves away. The symbols work, but not for the reasons the peasants believe...
The symbols are actually arcance evil symbols which the wolves know and fear, but to which the peasants are oblivious. So how gullible are the peasants going to be when a strange horned man displaying the symbols on his shield turns up and asks for their allegiance?
Ideas ( System ) | October 24, 2002 |