Friday, August 14, 2009
Wednesday, July 9, 2008
Meanwhile, I'm posting here something from the Spells section. Those who play the MMORPG will recognize it right away.
Song of the Flaming Fire
Enchantment (Compulsion) [Mind-Affecting, Sonic]
Level: Mage 3
Components: V, S, F
Casting Time: 1 standard action
Range: Close (25 ft. + 5 ft./2 levels)
Target: All creatures within range
Saving Throw: Will negates
Spell Resistance: YesYou sing or play a melody, and no matter how well or how badly you perform, all (including friends and foes) within range who fail their Will saves hear it as irresistibly catchy music fit, and begin to dance to it to the best of their abilities.
Each affected creature must pass a Concentrate check (DC 13 + your Charisma bonus) or be forced to waste a move-equivalent action dancing and prancing in place; the creature may still perform a standard action, but at a -4 penalty to all skill and attack rolls for the round, and may not engage in spellcasting or make attacks of opportunity. Each creature that passes the Concentrate check for that round may move, act, and attack normally, though “dancing” all the while.
Any creature with ranks in Perform (dancing) may opt to use that skill instead of Concentrate for the skill check above.
Creatures must hear the magically-enhanced song in order to be affected, and therefore the effect can be suppressed by silence. Any creature that passes out of the area of effect (which follows with the caster) is no longer affected. However, if any creature (including one who has been previously affected by this spell) reenters the area of effect, it must make a Will save again, or be affected. Once any creature successfully makes a Will save against this spell, it is unaffected for the remainder of the spell’s duration, even if entering and leaving the area of effect multiple times.
Deafened creatures cannot hear the music and thus are unaffected. Undead creatures are affected by this spell (even though undead are normally immune to mind-affecting spells).
Focus: A masterwork musical instrument of any type.
Tuesday, March 4, 2008
Here's the Part 2:
Monday, March 3, 2008
The following video (some of you may have seen it in the past, some may not) is a montage with various famous WoW videos and some original footage recorded by myself. It is a music video using the Baz Luhrmann's Everybody is Free (To Wear Sunscreen) song. It's not complete as you will notice, there are some black parts where there should be more videos or pictures. I still have the intention to finish it someday but for now, enjoy:
Sunday, March 2, 2008
Friday, February 29, 2008
Definition: [n] a notable achievement; "he performed a great deed"; "the book was her finest effort"
Synonyms: deed, effort, exploit
Amplify Curse, Cold-blooded Killer, Dual Blessings, Gouge, Hamstring, Improved Industrious Haste, Improved Tricks, Judgement, Moonkin Form, Runic Engineer, Shred.
And these are just the names, some will stare in awe, some won't see what the words actually mean. What you need to know is this... There are MORE. And you won't be disappointed.
Thursday, February 28, 2008
The coolest thing is the possible release date which is stated in both sites. April 16th 2008. If it really does happen, it's going to be 3 days after my birthdate, which is awesome. The cover looks extremelly evil, thanks to Samwise Didier's spectacular job. So don't waste anymore time to check out the cover image and pre-order yours or guarantee its acquirement by your local gaming store now!
Once the book is released in DriveThruRPG I'll add a link to the left column.
In other news, I'm currently past half of Chapter 3 in the layout process of Even More Magic and Mayhem. Expect later this week a new sneak peak.