#RPGchallenge 28 : Ultimate Armor
Like the legendary mithril, Moonsteel protects from the most fatal wounds. (-60% damage on physical attacks)
Unlike the legendary mithril, Moonsteel is heavy as fuck.
Fortunately the moonsteel armor gives a +15 strength bonus, allowing the highly skilled player to wear it. and transport it. and move when it is equipped.
The armor lets hair through, though. And even the wisest haven't figured how or why.
#RPGchallenge 26 : Ultimate Skill
Basically some attribute boost, that increments Speed and Strength by 1 each time hit multiplicator gains 1. Available under 25% health. Stops if the combo is broken, or if player dies.
Judith said : "I don't need this rage anymore. Use it wisely. See you later alligator."
(et en francais on traduira ca par feu-coeur. parce que ca me fait beaucoup rire.)
Looks like 'Tower of Time', the game that blends an #RPG and an #RTS together will be on #Linux soon https://www.gamingonlinux.com/articles/looks-like-tower-of-time-the-game-that-blends-an-rpg-and-an-rts-together-will-be-on-linux-soon.10140 #games
@PierreM Thanks! I am still trying to figure out if/how to blog/post/whatever about it. I think I was bringing up the concern that there is a bit less meaty #OSR #RPG essays that could in turn spark discussion. Maybe it is because I am reading some old meaty bits and getting wistful:
These people ain't no slouches...
#RPGchallenge 25 : Stronger boss
Judith was the guardian Spirit of a people that sealed her in an armor to use her as a weapon against their enemies. Out of rage she destroyed them and the mountain they lived on earning the name of Gilded Carnage.
Now she tries to fall asleep deep underground in an old desert temple, but her anger keeps her awake.
(spoiler : she gets free when her armor is broken in a fight with the protagonist, and gives them the Ultimate Skill)
In Greg Stolze's *Reign* #RPG, a conceit of the setting was that the two continents comprising the known lands were actually the bodies of a god and a goddess, asleep in the sea.
I saw this amazing painting today and realized that in that world the human form should be reflected down through all scales of the setting. If you know you are living on the body of a god, it only makes sense that you'd build your temple in the shape of a human head…
_Artist_: Du Kun