ROAN RPG - The Bestiary Part II Insectoids and Deadly VegetationROAN RPG - The Bestiary Part II by Gvozdi
One must look at nature and even its smallest of living beings, to understand that life itself is merely about perspective. Plants may not sing or have civilization, but they still live and breathe and can feel pain. At least, that is what we used to think. It is obvious that the bugs we stomp at beneath our hooves or claw at with our talons are little brothers to the larger bugs that would love to sink their venom deep into our veins. Nature has never felt so threatened as it has now, in an era of industrialization and colonization. With each new settlement, nature creates a new defense mechanism. Beware, for hell is empty and the devils are all up here with us.
Throttle Vines are dangerous, of course. As if their name alone did not warrant that assumption. They are partially sentient, magically influenced and enhanced vegetation that strangles victims an
ROAN RPG - The Bestiary Part I What you are about to read is a careful composition of the unfortunately real creatures that inhabit this world. I, Makari the Brownfeather, will likely be deceased by the time this has reached proper publication. In an age of industrialization - it is fairly easy to forget that we inherited the world from its original natives. Nature did not breed the Equine, rather the Equine had conquered the wild after it had seemingly, almost mysteriously, appeared into existence. Whether the result of evolution or magic, the answer is unneeded. But rather, I ask the question - who is the monster? The golden meadows were once homes of many forests and creatures. The ocean-kin have since fled into the deep, frightened by the large steel steeds that now gallop on the surface above them.ROAN RPG - The Bestiary Part I by Gvozdi
In this writing, you will find my own personal studies and observations as a former monster hunter myself, back from when the world needed beings like myself. Shunned, cold and livin
Sunset Secret - Chapter 1: As Above, So Below Chapter 1 - As Above, So BelowSunset Secret - Chapter 1: As Above, So Below by Gvozdi
When her eyes had opened, not even the greatest of wizards could have comprehended what realm she stepped into. A place of immensely concentrated magic, known only as the Warp. Energy moves like water and air, whirling about in spectral mists of dark blue. The gravity felt greater, the oxygen much thicker and the environment ever so dangerous and foreign, simply alien. Sunset was not a native to this land - she was an invader or perhaps even a guest, as she was invited in by the mysterious watchers. She brought her hands up in front of her face, to properly examine them and confirm that they were indeed her's. A single finger poked her cheek to confirm that her spiritual avatar was tangible. That meant she could feel any pain inflicted here, as she would if her physical body was walking around this mystical, otherworldly swamp.
The trees winded upward - to the sky that was a mist and raging rive
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I adore space.
My only regret in life will be not becoming an astronaut.
Yuri Gagarin is my hero.