Why do they choose to re-appear now? Perhaps it is just a crazed local? What will happen to the child?
An interesting little idea I came up with. Also my first attempt at a 100 Word Challenge.
The desert is like the sea, the sands shift ebb and flow and with them so does life. The tide is in ebb, and Xen'da'rik is dying.
Sneaky bastards, the lot of them
An assortment of symbols and images associated with various societies and shop signs.
P.S. This is a Wiki now so please add your ideas by using the Edit button and not as user-submitted ideas because it will make the sub look messy.
The shining city of glass and mirror within the forboding Karikun desert. Welcome to the home city and birthplace of the Ouzquin Dremorix.
A planet besieged by unwelcome deities in ages past now lies shattered and disparate. (W.I.P - more to come)
One man's ultimate demise could prove another's treasure...Or curse.
Dentures, magic dentures
"The perfect pet at the perfect price -- guaranteed." Creature Dex at the bottom of the sub, if you want to include "relatively harmless" alien critters in your campaign.
Also known as the Equalizer.
A magic system based on Yin Yang, the Five Elements (Wu Xing) and the Eight Symbols (Ba Gua)
What the heck is that? Is it . . . no, it's just a stick. Sure looks weird, though.
When a situation calls for more than Soma, but less than Nerve Stapling, there's Lybrium
"That one, you might want to be careful with that. It doesn't like people..."
"A potion? "
A notoriously fragile flower than only blooms under the full moon. It can be made into a powerful, magical narcotic, and is the symbol of a major death cult.
You might describe them as a death cult, a drug cartel, an assassin's guild, or the hosts of the wildest parties in town.
And you'd be right.
An overview of the world of Kalimon, including a summary of its history and the inhabitants. This is still a work-in-progress setting and more details may be added at a later date.
What is innocence and what is a monster...the flowers seem to know
The Intelligent Highway Project was to many a failure. In one respect, it was a success
beyond the dreams of any of its designers.