Well, you never know. This was "take an aspect of "City of Seven Spires" and use it in a four hour one-shot that I otherwise pulled out of my butt over lunch, but which turned out to have just the feel I was hoping for." So my ideas are good, but ideas are a dime a dozen; time to turn it into text and get the same feel.
Rule #1: never playtest your own adventure.
Brutal Ben wrote:
Sure! And thanks for the ideas. This thread has been really useful.
Historically people will pay a premium for something that gives them pleasure - whether it tastes good, makes them feel better about themselves, or gives them some other sort of advantage. I'm taking a look at some of the power groups in Golarion who either need or thrive on money, and it's good to understand whose hands those drugs flow through. There are a whole mess of plot hooks there.
"Quick, Yorrgash! Get the lads and the largest clubs you can find, and be out back in six minutes. And this time? Fewer witnesses."
I mean... perfect! You already have yourself a satisfied customer. I'll be there in just a jiff, as soon as I acquire my funds from my mercantile lockbox.
Heh. I have a deep and abiding love for the froghemoth that probably isn't entirely healthy. It's fair game for City of Seven Spears, of course; I just need to get farther along in building the city before I see if it fits. I wouldn't want to include it unless it makes an encounter ridiculously fun.
I like flumphs, too. But they probably won't make an appearance. I have some standards.
You'll laugh, Dave; someone has just commissioned me to write OSM2... for OD&D! I'll bet you can guess who. :D
I'm tremendously excited to be writing this. I have a huge love for jungle adventures, and this one plays to a lot of my strengths. You'll have to decide for yourself how well I do.
Hi, guys. Piratecat here, Admin over at EN World.
I'm a (generally very happy) subscriber, but I never received Dungeon issue #118. Okay, problems occur - so I emailed customer service. No response. A month later, I emailed a specific person in customer service. No response. It's two weeks after that.
If I can, I'd really like the following:
- A replacement issue #118
The first is more important. :D