Quick question re: Rutger/The Endless World: As part of his backstory and abilities, I wanted to have him have robbed one of the Fortune Lands' casinos and to have an "ability" where he tends to be extremely capable of things that seem particularly implausible. I just want to make sure that this isn't too OP.
Cool. That or dragon. How are you on a fire breathing dragon? Too cliche? Might still go with the giant wolf.
I was thinking of using a conductor's baton for her musical instrument. Does it have to actually make music? Cause the idea I had was that different ways of waving the baton perform different beastmaster spells. Like capture a new monster, release and banish an old one to make room, give a command, and summon a specific monster. The wavings would be left ambiguous, of course.
I was afraid of that. I'll figure something out along those lines then. If I still can't come up with anything for a while, I'll probably go with a large rideable wolf only she can understand. That would be fine?
Also your first Vampire link isn't working. The code might be incomplete.
Question here. What do you allow as beasts? Is it any possible monster that can be conceived, or it has to be wild/animalistic and non-mechanical? I'm asking cause I was thinking her first (In the Companion field) would be a magically animated sentient-ish robot that could be conversed with back and forth. I was thinking it used to be an Automaton that was damaged and became a monster instead of being peaceful until meting my character.
Thanks for clearing that up with me Yeah, it'll probably be the Astarte family who they had the conflict with since that would make more sense. If I do have any other questions I'll make sure to let you know.
Should have my SU some point this weekend, or early next week at the latest.
I just have one thing I want to clear by you first. You mentioned in your description of the Elves, that some do not have a high opinion of humans. For my elf character, I want her to be the daughter of a Elven lord of the forest who has a strong distrust of humans. Now my query is, do the elves dislike humans for any specific reason or are we allowed free reign with that aspect as well. And a little extra, would it be alright to say that it was a noble family who was the reason for his distrust of humans? I can see something like that possibly happening. If it is okay, what would a noble family from the south-west of Refia be known as?
Oh, I noticed that Tabitha left her phone behind because she figured it wouldn't work. Yoko's going to allow for communications within the castle, so if you want, you can have her keep the phone, accidentally or otherwise.