Mebbee they're regulars who go anonymous to say bad things :P
Anywho - Just because something is similar to something you've seen on TV doesnt mean its a direct copy. And it certainly doesnt mean its childish, just because something like it was on a chidrens show.
Fairy tales have killing, magic and betrayal. Is killing, magic or betrayal childish?
Well, his lust for power and knowledge is motivation enough to impart on some 'epic quests' or whatever, with the desire to become more experienced on his journeys, perhaps steal a soul or two of the foes he comes across. And yeah, Part of the motivation WAS from Raistlin (perhaps my favourite book character of all-time). I wanted to make a character that could be as cold and calculating as him, but first I did not want to directly copy the typical Raistlin 'black mage' idea, and second, I wanted more of a twist with this character, hence the soul-stealing and knowledge of the mechanics of souls etc...
He is my character designed for betrayal and manipulation ^_^ Im sorry, I dont think my description explains him well enough, plus the fact that he was brought from a different RP place made me not want to shuffle around too much stuff.
If you wanted to see the pic I used for him, go to the following: http://www.epilogue.net/cgi/database/art/view.pl?id=23777
A brilliant pic. I usually find a picture, and then create a character using the picture as the centerpiece. Go to Comment
I know it's not really an item made for general use in a game, but this does seem somewhat overpowered nonetheless.
I feel there should also be something more in place to prevent someone from giving this weapon to another, who doesn't know the backstory or the price of the weapon, and telling them, "Visualize the foe, all you need do is want them dead and they will die; and you will be the hero!"
Or something along those lines.
Either way, this is still useful for backstory/lore. Go to Comment
Hm, I think its time I post on this character. He's somewhat legendary around the citadel :P
I love it :D Corvus is the perfect explaination for any item that you just can't think up a background for - I might have to use him in the future ;)
Obviously, he is not a character designed to be played by anyone, and if he is still alive, rarely should he be put in any roleplay - but he can be mentioned many times in any roleplay ^^
5/5, of course. Go to Comment
For all it's simplicity, I actually think this is great, and could easily be added into a game to confound a player who is getting a little bit too big for his britches. Strolen's thought of having the GM do the rolls and keeping the stats a secret is a great idea! Go to Comment
There can be no score for sub number 1, except a 5. As far as I see it, without this first sub to start this site, there would be no other subs, so this is responsible for all the content within the citadel.
The next quest should totally be for all participants to use this idea seed and expand it however they wish into their own sub. Go to Comment
The PCs are exploring the catacombs beneath a Colosseum-in-Rome type of structure, when they come across a foul-smelling, stagnant, ankle-deep with algae, public mass latrine. Countless urinals of marble, line this rather large chamber equally crafted of marble. Whatever system of plumbing once worked here, has not in many years. Old graffiti lines the stained,dirty walls, prominently bolded are such intellectual poetic musings as, "Urine For It Now", "I Pee Therefore It Comes" and "Now Urine Trouble".
A few moments after the PCs get to take in this unpleasant location, they hear the low rumbling of ancient plumbing and rather large Urine Elemental rises like a great, wet, wave of filth to attack them. The creature reeks and exudes noxious debilitating fumes, while its liquid strikes burn flesh like acid.
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