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The Land of the Living
Locations  (Country/ State)   (Forest/ Jungle)
Silveressa's comment on 2010-12-22 05:28 PM

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Urisk the Lonely
NPCs  (Scenario Based)   (Natural)
Silveressa's comment on 2011-01-12 06:34 AM

With sub has good potential, and with an update to expand upon it, would be another unique sub for the fey collection. Like Scrasamax  said, what happened to make the fey such a coward? Is he a coward just to other creatures besides fey, or fey as well? (And if yes to both is there a different reason behind each?)

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War Cleaver
Items  (Melee Weapons)   (Combat)
Silveressa's comment on 2011-01-20 11:40 AM

Simple and brutal, a fun variation on the more traditional ax so many Dwarven characters equip themselves with.

A Regiment of soldiers trained in these would make for an interesting subdivision of a otherwise famous mercenary company as well.  "Calrissa's Cleavers" or the like.

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Mytrian, The Wise
NPCs  (Campaign)   (Mystical)
Silveressa's comment on 2010-12-21 05:48 PM

As others said, it could use some more fleshing out and reworded in places, perhaps reading the post out loud to yourself will help you catch the grammar errors such as "You know the true behind all the conspiracies,"

In general I've found characters are more appealing and memorable when they don't act "just like" any popular character from a novel or movie. Rather then suggest role playing the character like an already established one (in this case Gandalf) try to provide enough depth and  detail in your presentation they will be able to act like the character they just read about instead of imitating a different one.

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The City of Asylum
Locations  (City)   (Any)
Silveressa's comment on 2011-07-26 11:54 PM

A unique city and problem for characters to encounter. It can be a great place for a party to be tasked with infiltrating for the purpose of either retrieving a lost artifact or rescuing someone accidentally sent here. (assuming they aren't already infected by the insanity.)

Another interest possibility is that it's not the people that are insane but more an artifact or curse upon the area that's making them act insane. Trying to smuggle someone out to verify this could prove quite challenging, especially if the persons insanities are disruptive or extremely dangerous.

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Pouch of many (un) usefull things
Items  (Other)   (Magical)
Silveressa's comment on 2011-01-24 04:47 PM

Another fun low powered magic item that may seem at first to be oh so much more. It promises to be a fun addition to my upcoming fantasy game, thanks for this!

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Muzzled Mouse
Items  (Tools)   (Non-Magical)
Silveressa's comment on 2008-05-04 09:07 PM
Nasty and useful, perfect for planescape (where it would fit right in without any notice) or any post apocalypse setting.

Three additional uses:

-A nasty melee weapon.

Unmuzzled and possibly with the front legs freed, this could make for a nasty weapon to thrust at someone's face, or try to cram down their pants in a grappling situation.

-A surprisingly effective interrogation device.

Seriously, how many people are going to withhold information with one of these things threatening their private bits?

-A poor mans evening meal.

After the poor thing died from whatever causes, it could be then cooked and eaten in any number of ways by a starving and desperate thief. (though most probably a stew since it would provide the best nutritional value given it's withered body)

As far as the rats feces becoming a problem, as long as it's only fed (and watered) occasionally the creature wouldn't produce must waste at all. Provided one places a strategic hole at the rear end of the wrapping it wouldn't be a problem. Go to Comment
Muzzled Mouse
Items  (Tools)   (Non-Magical)
Silveressa's comment on 2008-05-13 02:55 AM
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NPCs  (Minor)   (Criminal/Espionage)
Silveressa's comment on 2008-12-24 11:40 PM
An interesting creature, and definitely useful as the hired muscle or enforcer for a main villain.

I'm not so sure about her height of 6 feet though, since this would preclude her from wearing the skins of most people, especially women. (The average female human is around 5' 4.")

Still a nice solid sub, although a few plot hooks and a bit more development of her personality would help make the sub even better. 3/5 Go to Comment
Arwin Lightfoot
NPCs  (Minor)   (Natural)
Silveressa's comment on 2011-02-22 01:22 AM

Another NPC with potential, a pity it never was fully developed.

It'd be nice if any sub with a rating below 2.5 and over a year or so old was "up for grabs" by any who wanted to give it an overhaul.

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Charlie's Lucky Marble
Items  (Other)   (Sentient)
Silveressa's comment on 2011-02-14 12:56 AM

I nice fun artifact to have the party's squire or apprentice get their hands on, much liked. 

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The Ring Of Life
Items  (Jewelry)   (Magical)
Silveressa's comment on 2011-04-26 06:22 AM

This could wreck untold amounts of havoc on desert communities and those not used to a lush and verdant wilderness. A fun artifact to add if you wish to shake up your world a bit and change around the topography unexpectedly,

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Steam Gun
Items  (Ranged Weapons)   (Non-Magical)
Silveressa's comment on 2008-12-25 03:42 AM
An interesting and simple addition to any steampunk/high magic campaign, but fraught with enough weaknesses to prevent it from becoming too over powered.

Also Ria, umm... Not sure how to put this, but imagine the object being used in a similar manner to a belaying pin, or candle stick for the purpose of satisfying a womans desires for male company. Now imagine such a device being hollow and able to be filled with water then heated up to the approximate temperature of a living person rather then icy cold metal. Go to Comment
Double Agents
Plots  (Duty)   (Encounter)
Silveressa's comment on 2011-01-23 09:16 PM

A nice  example of how to run spy style plots in a fantasy setting, and can make for a nice switch from the more typical adventures out there. If noting else it will make players second guess things a bit more rather then accept everything at face value, which is always a good thing.

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Bloody Vines
Lifeforms  (Fauna)   (Forest/ Jungle)
Silveressa's comment on 2012-05-10 11:44 PM

Kinda interesting, but it would work best for deep jungles or in a space faring sci-fi games as an unknown alien flora given (like Moonhunter pointed out,) once the danger becomes known most characters with wilderness survival skill (or wilderness experience) will recognize the danger and avoid it.

It could also be a nasty alchemicaly cultivated defense for some nobles manor perimeter (especially if the toxin took effect in minutes rather then hours.)

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Golden Trouble
Plots  (Discovery)   (Single-Storyline)
Silveressa's comment on 2011-04-29 12:42 AM

A fun fable, but not something I could ever run in my games unfortunately. The problem with my players is they're smart, often too smart for the sake of a simple adventure. The moment the man poured out 100k coins from a sack my players would have split with the artifact and run full tilt out the back of the inn, not stopping till they were deep inside the forest.

Why? Mostly likely because: one of my players would have pointed out in order to lift a sack with 100k gold coins the person in question was likely a demi god or in possession of something to grant them the strength of one. (This is the same group of players who once pointed out approximately 10-20 gold coins weighed 1 pound of weight, leading up to the question of how the dead halfling assassin was carrying almost 20,000 gold coins in his backpack and belt pouch, at least 1000 lbs of weight)

The other likely reason I foresee my groups characters fleeing is because dumping that many coins on the table means it;s going to flow/roll/ everywhere leading to an immediate riot within the inn as everyone tries to scramble about to get a few fists fulls of it. (They saw a similar riot when in the market when a chest full of silver they were guarding/transporting got blown open by the war hammer strike from an enraged barbarian leading to a major riot and the majority of the coinage lost in the ensuing melee.)

Still for a fun tale to over heard within the tavern it could lead to some fun interaction, and make a nice cautionary fable of what happens when one flaunts their riches to freely.

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Ransom Note.....huh?
Plots  (Duty)   (Multi-Storyline)
Silveressa's comment on 2012-05-11 12:19 AM

A fun way to throw an unexpected twist into the adventuring lifestyle of the group, with bonus points if the kids location is inside a kingdom/land the characters are now exiled from or otherwise enemies with the rightful rulers of.

Quite the hidden treasure lurking in the crypts Strolen!

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Queen Ari the Reluctant
Plots  (Duty)   (Single-Storyline)
Silveressa's comment on 2011-04-26 06:19 AM

It's always fun to mix in royalty with the party, especially if one (or more) of the involved characters grow romantically attached to them, Perhaps the man in question is an old flame of the princess, but now she's fallen for the seductive ranger of the group and doesn't want to leave her side and elope with the man as she once planned to months ago?

If the princess and character are keeping their relationship secret it could create all kind of difficulties when others in the group agree to the proposed plan and try to move ahead with it.

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Talon Trails
Locations  (TransWorld)   (Any)
Silveressa's comment on 2011-02-01 03:13 PM

A neat idea and good adventure material, however the formatting of the sub could use an overhaul, with some spaces between paragraphs and including a plot hook section for ideas #1-3 (As it is the subs wall of text makes it something of an eye sore to read)

For a classic Strolen sub it's one of the early examples of what most subs would someday be, useful submissions with a lot of depth and usability.

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Talon Trails
Locations  (TransWorld)   (Any)
Silveressa's comment on 2011-08-06 12:19 PM

Another sub in need of a format fix, will comment and vote after ;)

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