If you're really into Corvis as a place and you want to explore what you can do with a place that has a history centered in such a dynamic character then you could create Corvis the setting. It could be a nation in a greater world, a peninsula perhaps. 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
I harbour no enthusiasm for this character. IMHO he is fairly bland and somewhat cliche. However the orbs come into play. This post is a central hub for all the orbs and thus Corvus is also representing those:
2.5 for Corvus
+1.5 golden bonus for the Orbs
The pure joy of the orbs also give it a Hall of Honour Go to Comment
Excellent background character. Leaves plenty of room for things to pop-up out of nowhere.
It might be feasible for Corvis sighting rumors to spread. A crazy man in ragged robes with blue eyes spouting inanities in the middle of the street might fit the description of a crazed Corvis. Maybe give him an orb that glows slightly whenever someone shouts around it. Go to Comment
While traveling trough farm land the PCs come upon a merchant sitting on a wrecked wagon without a mule attached to it, hid face burrowed in his hands. He explains that he was robbed by petty goblins, unable to defend himself he had retreated. He asks the PCs to help him retrieve the mule before the goblins roast it, as a reward they may keep his goods. How hard can it be?