The Elvish functionaries would … write a travel guide! A travel guide about the Orks and the Halflings and the men. A disaster tourism travel guide. They’d return and be famous! It would be awesome!
Wuffa was King of the Wolf People. He claimed a pedigree going back to the old country’s mythical Kings and their God of War and Death. His actual pedigree went back two generations to a strong man mercenary who seized an opportunity to better himself.
Do the Orks have a greater reason for their existence? Or, are they merely story filler like so many fantasy packing peanuts surrounding the nugget of the interesting stuff?
Nothing lasts forever unless it exists in a hermetically sealed box. But the Elves are smart and they stack the deck. These particular Elves (good and shining all) built their Empire like so.
“You can raid any dungeon. You can massacre any people. You can steal anything. But you keep what you put in that box and I get the overflow.”
Flying Castles allows civilizations and their Gods new tentacles of religious outreach. Off they went, doing what Gods do – grow from medium-sized Gods into big Gods.
Hordes of Orks mass on the border of a far-away kingdom. They rampage, causing horrors and havoc. The tales of the Bards are full of terrors. Your King is a man who styles himself after King Arthur: Good and Proud and Right and Just. In peacetime, he rules over his self-styled Camelot, a place of […]
His Majesty is interested only in wizards, alchemists, Cabalists and the like, sparing no expense to find all kinds of treasures, learn secrets and use scandalous ways of harming his enemies …He also has a whole library of magic books. He strives all the time to eliminate God completely so he may in future serve […]
The party stands on a beach on the other side of the world facing down an army of 30,000 heavily armed but lightly armored orks. And they wonder… how did we get here? King Stephan II is at war with his neighbor. He no longer remembers what the war was about or how it started. […]
The party stands before the local Lord of the small town they’re passing through and responding to an ad: Kill the local ogre in the hills for 100 gold pieces! George the Ogre menaced the roads leading into the Lord’s holdings and villages so the Lord wants George gone. You, the Murder Hobos, who breezed […]