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Who said the keel must interact with the earth somehow? I think the oars must also, maybe through the magnetic field (work with me here) and true earth woven into the materials.
I picture mundane objects as being opaque flat grey, with the faintest reflection of the glow of astral energies. It’s like the opposite of a hall of mirrors. Sometimes only the black wisps of corruption curling around objects delineates their edges. Extremely disorienting.
- Wed Aug 28, 2019 2:38 pm
- Forum: Gamer to Gamer
- Topic: 1879 Discord, Short Run England Game
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Bump bump bump bump. Starting a new arc in a few weeks. We’re starting to look for a few moreregular players as well as a guest or two. We may find ourselves outside London at the end of this one!
- Tue Aug 27, 2019 1:32 am
- Forum: For Game Masters
- Topic: Question: Thread Weaving and Spellcasting
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RAW, most spells don’t have many big obvious tells, but to me it’s got to be at least as difficult as doing long division or reciting tongue twisters. It’s obvious at least that the caster is concentrating on something. And it’s more fun if there is a physical component.