Nice. I see several plot developements on this, especially with it's scarcity. I agree with above statements though. I'd like to know what it is. If it isn't magic, than perhaps some radioactive material. Though in all reality it is in a fantasy world and could be a stand alone mineral. Go to Comment
SCAN COMPLETE >> Material is highly radioactive. Decaying isotopes emit dangerous levels of heat resulting in moderate to severe radiation burns upon unprotected contact although it does not induce radiation sickness. Trace amounts of an unidentified neurotoxin can also be found in this hazardous material. Official HAZMAT Classification: Level 5. Radiation Hazard Classification: Level 1. Go to Comment
I can see the difficulty in voting on something like this, but as educational material for new GMs, I'd say this could be very useful. I for one like to read about other people's campaigns, the behind the scenes, as it were. Go to Comment
I always enjoy reading about other people's sessions, but I wish there was more info. I'm sad to see how few votes these have gotten... For entertainment as well as educational purposes at least, there should be more of these. Go to Comment
Throck forest is divided into three parts: a region of twisted black magic, which is dark and hemmed in with the legions of sable pine. This is Spindel, and is occupied by the hideous Ettercaps and their spider-pets. The second area is the chaotic elfin-wood, where the druids work their wyrd magic amongst the oaks. The last part is Udnalor, the home of the gnomes. Finding themselves surrounded by these chaotic forces they dwell as quietly as possible beneath the surface. Their culture is a fascinating one to visit, and in the next few miscellaneous ideas, I shall examine the ways and customs of THE GNOMES OF UDNALOR, with a view to role-playing them.