Creating Roleplay ideas based on randomly generated words. Here’s today’s selection. Discover more about Spaced Closely, Violinist Wiggling and Refused Issuing.
The temple of Ashin Rah is an ancient temple which is still used to practice religious ceremonies today. Ashin Rah was an almighty deity who gained her followers’ reverence by the mighty deeds she performed and the dreaded sacrifices she asked of her followers. Although just outside city borders, the temple practices of today are tolerated because the god worship is Siellanna the Moon Goddess. Unbeknownst to the city however, a cult of Ashin Rah has been steadily growing for some years now and their boldness for sacrifices is steadily increasing. There are rumours that street children have gone missing. Can the adventurers help reveal the cult’s existence and stop the sacrifices from escalating? What might deed might Ashin Rah be planning? Little known Ashin Rah lore reveals that the sacrifices are left tied to the top of the pyramid and that creatures emerge from between the closely-spaced statues to take them to another plane. Can those who have disappeared yet be saved?
A bard with fey ancestry is a dangerously mix of mischievous and magical. This is definitely the case with Vezor Dirac, the half-tiefling half-nymph. It is said he was created at an almighty party and that mischief and music flow through his very veins. He has played in several bands but his fellow band members and taverns cannot endure him for long. His powers of control and manipulation of the audience include:
Rhythmic foot-tapping: DC 12 Wisdom saving throw Bum wiggling: DC 10 Charisma saving throw Wolf howls: DC 10 Constitution saving throw Partner twirling: DC 10 Charisma saving throw Singing the tune: (requires concentration): DC 10 Wisdom saving throw
Although, the difficulty to resist is not high, for each 5 members of the audience he has in his grasp, the spell DC for everyone increases by +2. Evenings have finished with wild table-top dancing, fights, fires and many bruised limbs.
The city newspaper, The Daily Tribute is controlled by the crown. The printing press is a very new invention and is controlled by royal craftsmen. It is used for propaganda to further establish the rule of the royal family and demean their enemies and rivals. So when another printed newspaper is released called The Bootstrap that contradicts the words of the Daily Tribute, this is seen as a very serious offense by those in charge. The adventurers will be requested to root out the rebels, preferably alive. Where did they acquire such equipment? Is there a ‘paper’ trail leading from the manufacturers? What do the writers of The Bootstrap aim to achieve and where is their printing room? The adventurers will have to ask themselves who they believe is in the wrong and if they care either way.