|Bruce Leeroy Jethro Gibbs|
James Jacobs wrote:Rysky wrote:Nope.James Jacobs wrote:Rysky wrote:I wanted an unusual weird material that could be mixed into walls to hamper teleportation and passwall type effects, and explained it via the use of noqual to block those effects. Sort of a mechanical way to duplicate something like dimensional lock, which the game didn't have at the time back in the 2nd edition D&D days. And from there it became a type of metal that could make antimagic-themed things, particularly as an element used to lace golems to explain their high resistance to magic.
Thankies for answering :3
Back to Noqual, what was its genesis?
Was Mithril at any point on the table to become a sky metal?
Aside from Noqual have you made any other special materials?
Should not catch up on threads before coffee, I read Nyquil and was wonder what properties it and what could be made from it. Like does Nyquil Armor give a more restful nights sleep?