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  1. Scrolls and Codices that need more contributions
  2. Stuff I am meaning to do something with, eventually.
  3. only kick-ass stuff
  4. useful subs for reference
  5. This is a collection of my favorite undead creatures, both classic and unusual. Enjoy!

  6. Simply a test of what can be done at this point
  7. This collection of favorites will include all of those subs which beg to have more ideas added to. If you have a minute and some spare creativity, take a look here.
  8. Updated a few submissions to match the graphics on flickr so figured I would make a list of them.
  9. This is for those submissions of small size, yet great inspirational value.
  10. Articles that really inspire me to GM better.
    By: Dossta
  11. This is a list of submissions that I find different, odd, strange and fantastic.
  12. These are submissions that I find awesome for any number of reasons. I still try not to go with the blatantly obvious though, if I do it is because I could not resist the awesomeness of it.
  13. I simply love dungeons, handled correctly they are better than the Fruit Flavoured God of Awesomeness!
  14. Anything I've Fav'd
    By: Ted
  15. A collection of lists (30s and others) that can be referred to at the table.
    By: Dossta
  16. Anything that impressed me so much that I HAVE to find a place for it in a campaign
    By: Dossta
  17. For high tech and sci-fi settings
  18. Things that I want to mine for ideas for my campaign
    By: Ramhir
  19. A collection for possible campaign starters
  20. For all things Super hero related
  21. Entries that can be used for information about the creations of the ancient Orcish Empire that has been destroyed long ago.
  22. For subs that can be used in pretty near any setting.
  23. A list (to be) of any submissions that I liked enough to warrant favouriting them.
  24. Related to both gaming and writing.
  25. Submissions that I find possibly relevant to The Kingmakers campaign
    By: Ted
  26. Submissions that while not plots, contain plenty of potential for such.
  27. Submissions that while may not have had a good reception, still contain good ideas that could be repurposed,
  28. the random subs for Moonlake's fulfillment of Weaver Guild Level 2 quest
  29. subs that may be used for Moonlake's level 2 Guild quests
  30. Characters that are fairly sparse, but can be built onto.
  31. Submissions that have gotten a 5 from me.
  32. Subs that I find extra useful and want clear access to.
  33. Things I have or plan to use in the campaign setting of Estalon.
    By: Renlim
  34. Awesome cornerstone submissions that can add major elements to your campaign world.
  35. Pure magic. spells. Items, Wizards.
  36. Subs which could spawn generators
  37. Low power items that could be found.
  38. A group of character building articles for both PCs and NPCs
  39. All kinds of magic!
  40. Interesting lifeforms
  41. Forms of etiquette, ownership, play and other helpful tools to play out characters
  42. Articles and things that should be done or placed into a world.
  43. Love this series by Silveressa so far, so much so they'll all go in here as favourites. Also includes a couple of Longspeak's Delta Factor subs.
    By: Kassy
  44. For those truly amazing submissions.
    By: Kassy
  45. By: Kassy
  46. By: Kassy
  47. To add to!
    By: Kassy

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Great Magic and Ruination

       By: rickster

With a huge number of sacrificial victims, another realm long ago secretly bound a Prince of the land spirits, Iorstonn by name, thus ensuring the fertility, and improving the magical defences, of their realm. But binding that Prince to one spot has disrupted the weather and magical patterns (ley lines?) over half the continent. Things have become bad enough that a coalition has been formed to rectify the situation, once divinations have established the cause.

Your party is one of the teams assembled to do the rectification: find the binding object and steal it ("so that we can destroy it here in our realm, of course"...*) or destroy it over there. Presumably the Prince will be grateful to his rescuers and angry at the binders, but with a greater spirit like Iorstonn one can never be sure: such beings are "tricksy".

* Of course, the rulers of our realm might want to control Iorstonn for their own ends...

Ideas  ( Plots ) | February 26, 2014 | View | UpVote 3xp

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