Nice idea and concept. It's one that I might well use. When and how was it made? The line in the into "However it is when all four of these items are found and placed together, does anarchy truly reign" implies that there are more than one - perhaps four breastplates, or a breastplate, helmet, shield and leg grieves all of which have the same property as this? However, the post seems to imply that that the item is unique. Go to Comment
Post up that dungeon for the Quest Manfred - it sounds great!
In my setting, the mage was a lich so he almost never left (aversion to sunlight, etc.). He had devices to communicate with his minions and could transport objects in magically. On the very rare occasions he did need to leave he teleported. Go to Comment
Superb - an awesome dungeon post that just got better and better. It has everything: an atmospheric, interesting dungeon, a novel setting (I have never played in or run a "caveman" dungeon), some real history and culture behind it and a good finale. To cap it all off it is liftable into almost any setting with almost no work and would be great either in a campaign or as a one-off adventure. Go to Comment
Marraige custom. The groom must prove his worth to the friends, family, and future wife. The best man is obligated to challenge the groom to a duel and the best man chooses the weapons. (can be anything, toothpicks, cotton balls, anything) If the groom wins then he proves his worth. If he loses then the bride will accept him for his faults and could sometimes gives him a task to accomplish before the wedding.