CupheadLover, The Reader
A guy who likes videogames and is a loser at life. Not much to say. Leave now.
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Recent PostsHelp me on 2/24/2018 9:00:06 AM
Finally got it thanks to tinkering around!
I'm glad for everyone that helped, and I appreciate the support.
Your Superpower of Choice? on 2/24/2018 7:51:49 AM
I'd choose summoning.
Need some guns to do a job? Summon some carbines and shotguns.
Need some beasts to scare away people? Summon werewolves and zombies.
Need some backup hero? Summon another person on this thread.
Summon = solution to all problems. No risk of screwing up time-space.
Wizards and Towers on 2/14/2018 5:20:27 PM
About that idea, I personally think it's not so good. A mage wouldn't be so dumb to deposit all their strength in one place.
Maybe it would be better if he would have a network of different towers spread across a region, each with one different alignment and every time he wanted some new power, he would go to that tower, and maybe some backup lairs to not lose all of his powers.
Vampire Dragons on 2/14/2018 8:26:29 AM
1) Sunlight would definitely be a bitch, because most dragons need fire and sunlight is a precious factor in getting some of it. Hell, if the fire actually replenishes by sunlight or light in general affects the dragon, bye-bye dragon. SOLUTION: Being a ice/dark/psychic dragon or something like that, that doesn't need light to function.
2) Vampires generally die or are weakened by some stupid things such as holy water, garlic... and dragons are bigger targets, so that would be a problem.
3) If we are talking Dracula/Nosferatu vampires, the dragon could be an even bigger threat due to increased power. If we are talking Twilight/The Vampire Diaries, it would still warrant power but he would be ridicularized, and dragons like fame and that kind of stuff.
4) Kind off-topic, but what about dragon vampires? That's an interesting topic too.
I know it was kinda confusing, but my end result is that it would change nearly nothing. If the dragon is already immortal and/or can fly, two of the most important aspects go down. The rest is irrelevant.
tl;dr: It would only make the dragon a bit more powerful, but more susceptible to attacks.
Wizards and Towers on 2/14/2018 8:17:09 AM
My suggestion is that wizards like to live alone so they can practice their spells, and a tower is the best way to do so. A castle would be too attracting, a cave would be too cramped and they need space to practice their stuff, walking around would be too dangerous if he was wanted... the tower would provide that - nobody looks at a tower the same way they look at a castle, the tower can have some kind of training room or he can practice from the balcony, and all the other aspects makes reaching them difficult.
A secondary hideout, to be good, would have to provide all these stuff - only replicable by a skyscraper. And skyscrapers are not available in fantasy.
I personally think of towers as secluded though, maybe your ideas are different.
Help me on 2/14/2018 8:05:49 AM
Meh, nevermind. Went to leave for a while and my page disappeared. I'll delete my story, read a bit further on things and create a new one afterwards. If it happens again, I will post a image on Imgur to show you guys.
Help me on 2/13/2018 11:53:00 AM
I don't know how to put links in my story. I click on "Add Link To New Page", set the page that is supposed to be the link, set the flavor text but it doesn't leave the checkbox at the bottom. Help me! (Using a tablet, I don't know if it matters or not)