What exactly is an "unknow?" We're they those funky glitch critters in the original Pokemon games? Catch one and it'd multiple you items by a bagillion and a half? Always remembered using them to get myself a party of lvl 145 mewtwos. Heh, memories...
The idea of being cursed by a particularly angry duck does amuse me, but it lacks something. A backstory is my biggest gripe, well it is about my only one. It's not the final anti-climatic ending that matters, it's the fight right before it that will live on in memory.
Anyway 3, for solid. Go to Comment
"it is recommended to learn to spell before you criticise."
Aright Barbarian Horde. Along the lines of your above statement, learn to CAPITALIZE before you criticise. We don't ask for perfect spelling or grammer, but we request that you at least attempt to capitalize/puntuate properly. And while it may be true that everyone plagiarises, we still have the offenses of system specific, very minimal character development, being brought back to life (repetedly), and generally sounding like on of my PCs made it. Go to Comment
My two cents on the Axe stealing conspiracy is this, if you're selling mundane axes in a obviously magical world, you're not really turning a profit, I mean, you might be able to get enough money to buy a room at a cheap inn, but other than that... Go to Comment
A military organization, the Stalkers are a hunting/mining militia that are known for wearing full body shrouds that easily hide them in snow and other slushy terrain. The lightly armored warriors are known for the speed, stealth, and the vicious wounds inflicted by their hunting hatchets. Many of the Stalkers keep crop-eared warhounds with them, both for hunting, companionship, and in war.