I have long considered Attack On Titans a great idea for a campaign - and I really need to push back against the reception this post received.
I want to put to bed the idea of the Golden Standard being the be-all and end-all of content. What we should be doing is bringing and sharing ideas, and if some of us want to produce polished works which can earn HOH's and Goldens, and 5 votes, so be it. Don't look at everything with that eye - it should be fairly obvious if a submission is of the 'share the idea' variety or the 'fine art' quality. Consider the default to be 'share the idea'.
Especially from a new poster. The feedback here turned someone who could have been a promising member into a 1-day wonder.
A good treatment of the subject - Faith as mentioned seems to be a fairly common mechanism. The need for physical avatars to act is a good one.
This chasing of faith has one side effect - it essentially predisposes gods to be selfish and capitalistic in nature, which somewhat precludes truly 'good' gods. Those gods which hold to 'good' principles will , barring some major change in humanity, be at a distinct disadvantages to those gods who will do anything they can to obtain Faith.
A memorable location, though there are some nit-picky logistical details that spring out at me. I'm not sure how there could be enough fuel to burn for two years, unless it was an exposed coal seam or a tire dump :)
I'm also curious on what the goblins eat that they would thrive in such a region, where no live trees are. Did the massive deposits of ash provide fertile soil?
The fact that they have any desire to obtain ore implies they have a good source of some type of fuel, for carting firewood to smelt ore would be rather expensive. This points to the coal seam as being possible.
I cleaned out the junk, but you need to fix your browser -it is corrupted and potentially introducing malware to you - and through the added links - potentially others. Most of the links appeared to be trackers, but they could do worse.
Please fix your browser. You should also virus scan your PC. Go to Comment
A civilization which constructs of irregular shapes constructed of a light metal, heaped together so that they stand on each other; these structures rattle and bend in the wind or at a push, but ultimately hang together except under heavy force (such as cannonballs, falling stones, floods)