56816218 wrote:What I find most frustrating about 4E is that I can see it includes the D&D game I've always wanted to play, but the game is so lathered in tatical combat rules that I have thus far been unable to coax the game I want out.
I've gone through the thread and linked all the characters presented to the main page!
Out of curiosity, The Stray, you mentioned that Tayce Bloodyblades was a villain from a previous edition campaign of yours... were you the one who submitted him to Quoth the Raven?
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Somehow all I can think of is Tongpu "Mad Perriot" from cowboy bebop session #20 'Perriot le fou'.
Firstly, thanks for the compliment. :D
One question...why isn't the artificer who saved Jericho and is working on this warforged army one of your contacts? I'm sure a DM would love to have that sort of hook involved in his game...
Hopefully I'm not stepping on anyone's toes. Threads been inactive for awhile, so it should be alright....
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Stray - I love your pantheon - very unique but following many "historical" mythological patterns.
The sheer detail built up over the course of all your posts here, and to a certain extent the style of your world reminds me of the series of books "Tales from the Malazan Book of the Fallen" One of my favorite series. (incedentally the author lives in my city :D ) Are you familiar with this series? If not I think you would enjoy them - the Malazan world actually formed from the author's GURPS game many years ago, which was formed to the point of pseudo-realism in its detail - much as your world seems to be doing (in scope anyway)
BTW - Love the Nightmare Prince
Except that in his books, all the demons are flesh, blood and can be killed. The seven remind me more of the d'ivers god that was summoned by the nameless ones and regenerated more of themselves by killing.
The history of the Seven is long, tragic, and rather complicated, but I'm curious to hear more about these di'vers gods. What makes them similar to the Seven other than the regeneration bit?