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Re: Building a new Quest Pack: feedback is appreciated

PostPosted: Saturday January 27th, 2018 5:56pm
by j_dean80
Web Trap Tiles:

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Re: Building a new Quest Pack: feedback is appreciated

PostPosted: Tuesday January 30th, 2018 10:48pm
by j_dean80
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Re: Building a new Quest Pack: feedback is appreciated

PostPosted: Thursday February 1st, 2018 10:21pm
by j_dean80
What's your opinion:
Any issues with any of it?
Or hate it?
Or just not interested?
Or perfect?

Re: Building a new Quest Pack: feedback is appreciated

PostPosted: Monday February 5th, 2018 9:41pm
by j_dean80
First half of spells:

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Re: Building a new Quest Pack: feedback is appreciated

PostPosted: Tuesday February 6th, 2018 3:45am
by Pancho
Fantastic group of spells there.

I like what you've done with the Chaac spell, where characters wearing armour are actuallly punished in their defense roll. Nice use of the name for the Mayan rain god too.
I think the name of the Music spell could be better. Not the spell itself, just the name. Maybe find the Mayan name for music? I can't help here as my ancient Mayan is a bit rusty these days!!!

How does the spell with the luring a Hero to the XX work? Is it basically just a teleport spell masquerading as actually wandering off in a daze? I'd prefer it if the Hero actually wandered off and had to pass a mind test to regain control and walk back. Also, by stipulating the XX thingy, you've potentially handicapped the use of this spell for wider use in HQ.

Aside from those quibbles though, a really cool set of spells!

Re: Building a new Quest Pack: feedback is appreciated

PostPosted: Tuesday February 6th, 2018 7:05am
by j_dean80
Pancho wrote:Fantastic group of spells there.

I like what you've done with the Chaac spell, where characters wearing armour are actuallly punished in their dense roll. Nice use of the name for the Mayan rain god too.
I think the name of the Music spell could be better. Not the spell itself, just the name. Maybe find the Mayan name for music? I can't help here as my ancient Mayan is a bit rusty these days!!!

How does the spell with the luring a Hero to the XX work? Is it basically just a teleport spell masquerading as actually wandering off in a daze? I'd prefer it if the Hero actually wandered off and had to pass a mind test to regain control and walk back. Also, by stipulating the XX thingy, you've potentially handicapped the use of this spell for wider use in HQ.

Aside from those quibbles though, a really cool set of spells!


Thanks for feedback.

I kept trying to come up with a different name for the Music Spell but kept being drawn back to it's simplicity. I still may change it.

The second half of spells, that I haven't finished yet, have a luring spell very much like what you described. As far as the XX it is basically a teleport and works similar to the NA Escape Spell except on the Hero instead of the spellcaster. The NA Escape Spell shows an X on the map, if a Quest doesn't have a pre-drawn X then Zargon writes one in. That makes the spell always useful. If you read the lore of El Chullachaqui you see everyone ends up lost. There is no "waking" before so.

Re: Building a new Quest Pack: feedback is appreciated

PostPosted: Saturday February 17th, 2018 7:19pm
by j_dean80
2nd half of spells:

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Re: Building a new Quest Pack: feedback is appreciated

PostPosted: Friday February 23rd, 2018 8:42am
by mondor
j_dean80 wrote:Put the cover together:

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:shock: Where I can download this! I can traslate in italian language! :redheart: :redheart:

Re: Building a new Quest Pack: feedback is appreciated

PostPosted: Friday February 23rd, 2018 11:22am
by j_dean80
mondor wrote:
j_dean80 wrote:Put the cover together:



:shock: Where I can download this! I can traslate in italian language! :redheart: :redheart:


This Pack is still a work in progress. It will be listed in the Quest Packs section when I finally finish it.

Re: Building a new Quest Pack: feedback is appreciated

PostPosted: Saturday February 24th, 2018 3:54pm
by Gold Bearer
I haven't looked at the rules or quests yet but you've definitely got some really nice presentation going and a great theme for a quest pack. |_P