I don't like the ability to use it above ground if it an overcast day, or to read things in the shade, that makes it kind of comedic and pointless, I would make a nice helm and carry around an umbrella Go to Comment
I really enjoyed your sinful ghostly guardians, they're are well designed and I want to see pictures
The Caretaker is benevolent? If the heroes within are not worthy, would he still praise their attempt on the tower, if they are malevolent and only going inside for their own greed, would he still act this way, if they aren't learning a damn thing
The structure is interesting, but the purpose is strange especially for something so merciful and miraculous as an aid to a small village.
Wow, this is a great race for space travel, I really like your attention to scientific accuracy and some of the detail choices, like the skin pigmentation.
So these Salvorathans have no planet, what do they fight for? Do they have a safe haven, ports or space stations, how well do they get along with other races, who are their enemies, Do they have their own language?
Trapped in his tomb, but alive, the God of Pain awaits his uleashing, said to be at the end of the world, he uses his only powers he can and calls to him 2 people, a man and a women to reliquish him from his prison. The man and the women, decieved by them thinking it a person trapped, go after to help the God of Pain unwittily and let him destroy the world