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4th Nov 2017, 1:58 PM in Chapter 3
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Rocktopus 4th Nov 2017, 1:58 PM edit delete
Our heroes don't seem to be getting along.


Also, just in case you missed it last Tuesday, there's a new voting incentive art piece up! click to vote for Marblegate and see it!


Velxir 4th Nov 2017, 2:55 PM edit delete reply
What a grumpy ole dwarf :P
Rocktopus 5th Nov 2017, 5:03 AM edit delete reply
It's not entirely his fault; the cumulative hangover must feel like jackhammers in his head.
padanew 4th Nov 2017, 3:57 PM edit delete reply
On top of all of that the sap did not help.
Rocktopus 5th Nov 2017, 5:05 AM edit delete reply
And it might have, too if it hadn't been for a certain someone interrupting him >:I
Worstcase 4th Nov 2017, 7:24 PM edit delete reply
There is no arguing with hangover dwarves. Best Colleen can do is make him drink some gross mixed up hangover cure and babysit him through this level until he is somewhat back in shape.
That carnivorous fairy was just shrivelling up when it died like some unwatered plant though it had red blood ... very starnge creatures.
And speaking of - that vote dragon is both awesome idea and terrifying ^^'
Rocktopus 5th Nov 2017, 5:08 AM edit delete reply
Now if only she had the foresite to bring booze. She probably will from now one.

Also, the fairy is just squished, not shriveling.

And thank you! All the dragons in the world of Marblegate will be weird and unconventional-looking.
Worstcase 5th Nov 2017, 5:17 PM edit delete reply
Right - saw the 'stomping' action after i had written that comment ^^'.

First big argument in the party coming up. Actually I think both of them are right though, might be a good idea for Colleen to check up the library in town - or whatever passes for a collection of information - and read up on whatever monster dictionaries they may have at hand - knowledge is power.
And Randulf should know better than to get careless or to demand too much from a newbie.
Grey Garou 4th Nov 2017, 9:48 PM edit delete reply
Grey Garou
Let's face it, when has a hangover improved someone's personality? I can't think of any example.
Rocktopus 5th Nov 2017, 5:12 AM edit delete reply
It makes stand-up comedians funny sometimes. That's about it.
pkrankow 5th Nov 2017, 1:05 AM edit delete reply
Somehow I doubt that she is packing "hair of the dog".

I suspect she will take on herself to pray for purification of Randolph which will cause all kinds of problems in the short term...
Rocktopus 5th Nov 2017, 5:13 AM edit delete reply
Wasting a spell to cure a hangover. That sucks.
Chippewa Ghost 5th Nov 2017, 12:53 PM edit delete reply
Chippewa Ghost
That vote incentive is hella cool... I don't as a rule read fantasy but this is great stuff!
Rocktopus 5th Nov 2017, 3:37 PM edit delete reply
Thank you! I figure if I'm going to do the stereotypical Lord of the Rings-style fantasy with elves and dwarves and whatnot, I can at least spice up some of the classic designs and make them a bit different.
David Argall 6th Nov 2017, 1:14 AM edit delete reply
Be careful about playing with the stereotype. It is so because it is the accepted picture, and playing with it the wrong way can make a lot of people angry, and non-readers. You likely have to play with it some to get the readers in the first place, but it is still dangerous, and you have to work carefully to play the right amount and the right ways.
chris-tar 18th Jan 2019, 12:13 AM edit delete reply
Randulf must have a very powerful blessing of protection from a God or something, otherwise, he is very reckless.