Ehbobo wrote:I don't know if I have enough power left, but I'll give it a shot.
Ka'Arthan watched from in hiding as the Parasite passed through his lands. His mind works feverishly to unravel the implications; a plot? sent by the Omniscient? a scouting mission for planned conquest? Already their continents have been linked against his will. He must do something! He must protect his unborn people from this menace! With a wave of his four arms, Ka'Arthan calls into being the greatest creatures that ever have existed!
Have you ever read the Dune Chronicles? I want fricking sandworms! If you haven't, the wikipedia article is pretty accurate. The most important sections are the introduction, physiology, and lifecycle. I want them identical to the series except they don't produce melange.
Yeah, I think I'll approve their 2 point cost, since they don't produce melange, and they are confined to that desert, they cna not leave it.
And thus our first exceptionally powerful non-sentient species is created. Not a race, but still.
Just FYI guys, when we do make races, 3 is the base cost for a race (a pathetic race, like generic gobbies or kobolds) so simple humans are like 4, elves dwarves and other core races from DnD are maybe 5, and then more powerful races cost more. any race nearing 15 points in worth is on the border of being exceptionally powerful beings, and probably have some big drawbacks to keep their strengths form making their cost TOO high. I decided the most a race can cost is 25 points. 20-25 range is quasi-deity stuff. My GM immortal (Teserath) is going to show what such creatures might be like when the time comes.