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Posted: Nov 6 2004, 11:09 PM
The Sun has set on my course weary at heart,darkness waits
Group: The Library of the Ancients -H-
Member No.: 14
Joined: 27-January 04
This is a fantasy/medievil type of adventure and the main plot is two Kingdoms are at war and a weapon, an axe actually could turn the tide( its under Golen Hill hence the name) in either sides favour, if the The Maelor Morgot it they would exploit it's magical energy to cover the world in darkness, if the Druids of Tyron(forest God) got it they would had it to the elves, the most magical non druid/shadow walker race to fight back against the dark. (I dont want to be either, I dislike King/Queen roles but if there is no one else I will do it) there are eight races in the two lands good and bad, Good side: Elves, Humans, Dwarves and Halflings. bad side, Trolls, Goblins, giants and Lizard men.
Beyond this there are magical creatures that could be either, dependant on their temprament, Dragons (I hear kirsty saying yaye) who can change there colour at will and have extensive magic and elementals.
Beside them you place the The Maelor Mor Or shadow wizards, only a handfall and extreemly evil, there faces are twisted by the corruption of the evil magics working through them and they want to corrupt everything.
You also place the druids here as they can come from any race, they are the only true religion in this land and serve as councilors, philosphers, healers, magicians and priests for anyone who needs it, though they havce there own council.
Though the races are fairly equal, the highest ranking race or as it is known is that of the Elves, the house of the moon Elves currently rules in Tyian's capital city Yannanas (thas my world name Tyian) races mix where compatible though old rivalies surface so that there is never a half elf half dwarf child or a half human/halfling one...in fact the halflings are just halflings, they spend too much time laughing at life to care. No matter what race rules the empire of shadow, which at the start is the giants The Maelor Mor are always in control, they take a rather more direct route than the druids, they dont advise they tell and if someone doesn't listen then they are killed outright. The elves are the most magical good races (excluding the druids who study for gather love of there god for around sixty years and have tremendous power) but even so magic as a whole is rare among the races (which is why dragons, the druids The Maelor Mor and elementals are considered seperate because they are the exception to the rule. The only remotley magical race among the badside are the trolls as they can regenerate
there are no special rules for my rpg, anyone can join and it should be fun....
“Mais, si tu m’apprivoises, nous auronsbe soin l’un de l’autre.”
-- But if you tame me, we shall need each other
“Tu seras pour moi unique au monde. Je serai pour toi unique au monde. ”
--“You shall be for me unique in all the world. I shall be for you unique in all the world, ”
from the little prince.
Posted: Nov 6 2004, 11:15 PM
Love's Lost Refrain
Member No.: 1
Joined: 23-December 03
It is well thought out and meets all of the requirements, plus it sounds very interesting.
This RPG is approved.
I will create a character for it sometime later today.
"The hours I spend with you I look upon as sort of a perfumed garden, a dim twilight, and a fountain singing to it. You and you alone make me feel that I am alive. Other men it is said have seen angels, but I have seen thee and thou art enough." ~George Moore