Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Piercers could be rolled up cloakers.

Somebody must have figured this, but piercers could be in fact a cloaker variant that roll up itself into a tight cone to fall down on preys.

VARIANT A:
The head and tail of the cloaker go inside the cone and the cloaker fix itself on the ceiling with it wing's claws and it tail.

VARIANT B:
The head of the cloaker go on the outside of the cone to form the classic stalactite with eyes figure.
Both variants can use it cloak's wings to fly back in the air to make a new diving attack or to cling back on the ceiling. But I guess that their flight must be very clumsy.

Now maybe you can have real piercers and cloaker that mimic piercers. I mean cloaker are already mimicking cloaks so why not mimic piercers?

Note that the cloakers shape don't need to be pie-shaped, I used the pac-man shape just to link with paper cones (I imagine their "wings" are a little longer).



Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Rural encounters table.

When the group travel in the countryside you can roll on this table to bring life to the farms or villages they pass through.

To dress a rural scene roll a d20 to read a row of entries or roll four d20 to mix the results. 

There is 1 chance on a d6 that something suspicious is going on. Like people hiding some criminal, unmoral, shameful or forbidden activities. If so, there is also 1 chance on a d6 that it involve something supernatural.

Men Women Kids & other stuff Community & family
  1. Man sitting alone on a log, staring at something.
  2. Man leading 3 mules loaded with chopped wood.
  3. Old man rebuilding a stone fence.
  4. Man working in the field or a shepherd watching his flock of sheep.
  5. Two men charging forage on a cart pull by a ox.
  6. Man painting a pottery near his small workshop.
  7. Man carrying a shovel.
  8. Man walking near old ruins.
  9. Man chopping wood.
  10. Men sawing logs near a water mill.
  11. Man fishing in a stream or bringing back fishes.
  12. Old smith working on horseshoes.
  13. Man teaching to his son how to fix a cart wheel.
  14. Man preparing to slaughter a pig.
  15. Man sawing wood while two women fix barrels.
  16. Man burning something outside his house.
  17. Old folks smoking pipe and playing cards.
  18. Doctor travelling on foot.
  19. Man tending a horse.
  20. Man working on the roof of his house.

  1. Two women sitting on chairs and plucking chickens.
  2. Women bringing food to someone.
  3. Woman giving orders to her son.
  4. Woman taking water from a well.
  5. Two women sitting near a house and weaving baskets.
  6. Woman hanging clothes to dry.
  7. Woman storing something in a shed.
  8. Woman feeding the animals in the barn.
  9. Woman and a kid charging vegetables on a cart.
  10. Women walking with baskets on their back.
  11. Women washing clothes in a stream.
  12. Women sealing milk jars.
  13. Woman transporting a basket too heavy for her.
  14. Woman drawing under a three
  15. Woman calling her kids.
  16. Tired widow taking a short break from her chores.
  17. Two women talking while feeding the chickens.
  18. Woman checking on a kid that got hurt.
  19. Women sewing clothes.
  20. Woman carrying a ladder.


  1. Little girls reading under a three.
  2. Kid climbing over a fence.
  3. Kid watching from behind a window.
  4. Boys playing being knights, a girl is watching them.
  5. Kids running.
  6. Kid teaching to a other kid how to make a wooden sword.
  7. Kids balancing on a plank over a log.
  8. Girls with baskets picking flowers and peebles.
  9. Kid bring food to a shepherd.
  10. Kids teasing a dog tied to a house.
  11. Herbs drying on a house.
  12. Kids playing with clothes hanged to dry.
  13. A abandoned cart.
  14. A runaway goat chewing on some clothing.
  15. Kids watching cows.
  16. Girl crying with a duck in her arms.
  17. Kids gathering apples in a orchard.
  18. Kids digging something.
  19. Girl searching a cat.
  20. A sulking kid.



  1. Farmer and his wife storing tools.
  2. A family working in the field.
  3. A man weaving baskets while his wife talk to him.
  4. A couple charging bags of grain on a cart.
  5. Man and woman talking on a doorstep.
  6. People eating bread on the grass.
  7. People playing a dexterity game.
  8. Lovers meeting somewhere discreet.
  9. Family unloading a cart of grain.
  10. Family mourning or burying a dead.
  11. Family loading their goods on a carriage.
  12. People gathering around a house, a woman is giving birth.
  13. People talking near a barn, a cow or horse is giving birth.
  14. Priest talking with people near a old church.
  15. People moving a herd of cattle.
  16. People travelling on burdened horses.
  17. Family constructing a barn.
  18. Peddler travelling with his kid and a dog.
  19. Priest visiting a sick person.
  20. People discussing trading animals or property.



Monday, February 10, 2014

Crow spirit or demon

I tried to drawn a mecha and I ended up with a crow spirit or demon.

Thursday, February 6, 2014

Order of the Destroying Angel (fungus + paladins)


The order was found in the honor of a great paladin that received the blessing of the Destroying Angel's spores.
"The Destroying Angel: Spores on the wind make contact physical and psychic with the dying and vengeful. Destroying Angel will bond with the willing and give regeneration, weird slabby mushroom plate, and make them count as a fungus for mind effecting effects. In exchange after the mission is complete it will ask to go to somewhere high where it can convert the bearer into a large fruiting structure and disperse its spores."
When you join the order you receive a holy fungus armor grown from the fruiting remains of the holy founding father and a little psychomycosis sister or brother that will guide you in your holy avenging.

The order only accept orphans and youth people who have a dying little brother or sister. The order maintain a orphanage and a fungus plantation where they grown magical herbs that the paladins smoke to prevent the unwelcome secondary effects of breathing so many spores. They are specialist of healing herbs and drugs and they maintain a healing clinic and library. Orphans that get too sick while working in the fungus plantations are saved by receiving the holy psychomycosis megaspore sacrament. The orphans who survive the plantations and grow older become paladins.


But all of this is gone, the order have been accused of many crimes and the paladins have been declared felons and have been chased away from their church and holy plantations. 

Their founding father is trap under the church's ruins and the surviving paladins have become wandering knights guided only by their cryptic psychomycosis pages, who seem to constantly lead them into dungeons.
                    

Tuesday, February 4, 2014

Werewolf Lanterns

I don't know what those strange lanterns do, but if someone want to write a random effects table for the lanterns I will happily post the link here. 
Some lore about the lanterns have been discovered on Aeons & Augauries.