Prison isnt the end all of dealing with criminals, dissidents, and the unwanted
A magical one and a half handed longsword once wielded by an innocent child forced into the horrors of combat.
UPDATE: Fixed a few flaws to balance the weapon some more and filled a plot hole.
UPDATE: Decided to change the end of the story to have a more fitting reward for a war hero. But the tale still takes a tragic turn.
This consists of a trap and encounter as the puzzle. There will be ten PCs for this example but this will work with any even number of PCs.
Rulers have banned a lot of things, some for good reasons, others because they are killjoys. Here are 30 banned weapons and spells for the lawbreakers amongst your PCs to use-if they dare.
Also known as making the jump from cyborg to cymek
One of the Doomseekers early experiments. Wildly destructive, but still considered a failure
Police gear produced by LawMaster Industries
The Doomseekers are a faction within the House of the Forsaken that have as their goal the creation of a biological Doomsday weapon
For too long, the realm of magic has been controlled by the jealous hands of just a few. That time is no more, and though they may resist, the great blossoming of magic cannot be stopped.
The offspring of Political Action Committees and Lobby groups
A type of ring crafted during a particularly brutal time period
The trade and commerce commission of the Solar system
The ICA is a United Nations like organization that nominally oversees the colonial assets of humanity in the Solar System
A world at the mercy of a mad Solar Deity
Seriously, there are a lot of spoilers in here
The bioforge is a brute force human engineering device, and with it comes the loss of biological autonomy
Another term for a clone production and storage facility
The most expensive export of the Rin archipelago, the bottled winds are sold anywhere a buyer can be found.
Also known as road trains, or land trains.
A gang of GQ coverboys who indulge in murder, mayhem, and the old ultraviolence
There is a land where every person wears spectacles. Those without eyeglasses are considered to be the lowest stratum of society, so adventurers without glasses are treated like outcastes. It certainly would explain those heroes wearing sunglasses for no apparent reason...