Since our tale is nearly at an end, we feel within our rights to bore you with yet another rumination upon the nature of something pertinent to the Multiverse. Specifically, we wish to discuss Bargains, Deals, and Transactions.
Among the many gifts a Paladin may possess, the gift of healing is the most basic and well known. With only a touch, a Paladin may lift the burden of injury from their companions or even themselves if they chose to.It is an ability even untrained Paladins can perform with relative ease. More experienced Paladins are capable of turning grievious, life-threatening wounds into no more than distant memories.Boric couldn't even heal a paper-cut.
"This is bad. This is, in fact, the very definition of bad," Ben began, pacing back and forth near the crackling campfire. "If there were some sort of book which contained within it the definition of words, and if we were to look up the word 'bad', we would find an exact description of this very situation under it."
"So, you're a shape shifter?"Fact's question caught Jerald by surprise. The actor currently appeared as a tall elegant-looking old man with a wispy beard and a set of spectacles."Eh? Well, yes," Jerald responded. "I suppose so."
Before we continue, we must bore you with a rumination on the nature of actors.Adventurers are people who are paid to adventure. Whether it be an adventure down into the acid-soaked depths of Carceri or tromping through a zombie-riddled doldrum of the Negative Plane, adventurers will fight just about anything for the right amount of jink.
With apologies to Akira Kurosawa and John Sturges. Criticism is welcome and warranted.-------------There is a place called the Multiverse.It is a setting of the strange and unusual, where belief can shape the very fabric of reality. It is a world where opposed idealogies clash in violent struggle and epic conflicts to determine the fate of the cosmos are a daily occurence.
In my search for clues as to the identity and nature of the Astral Dreadnought, that vicious beast that scours the Astral Plane in its constant search for food and prey, I have come across several startling books as well as theories which all the facts I currently possess seem to support.
This is an interview with the deposed oinoloth, part of the Outlands centered news magazine Pawn's Eye View. The reporter who got the story is the famous--in my campaign world--B.Agnus. Special credit to Raymond Luxury Yatch of the WotC boards who came up with the idea of an ultroloth trying to look like a baern. I added the surgery concept.
Listen. Once upon a time, these were the Three, and they were all there was.There was the Dragon, which was called Order, Pattern, Dark, Serenity.There was the Tiger, which was called Chaos, Change, Light, Creation/Destruction.And there was the Phoenix, which was called Balance, Good, Life, Love.