This is just one example of how collaborative world building can make for awesome games. The final session of a five session arc I was running was culminating with a Perilous Journey to a town known for it’s magic university – most magic users of all types study here as soon as their magical ability is discovered – that had been recently been occupied by a band of slave trading orcs.
Anyway, along the journey one of the players asked me if they had an airship that docked at their tower, and I thought “Why the hell not?” So I added two airship docks to the tower. The final scene of the game took place on one of these airships as the leader of the slave traders, Grimwil, and his group had fled upon it and the party followed. That ship ended up doing a barrel roll and crashing into the ground. Most of the party survived, luckily enough.
Anyway, this is the OTHER ship. It was taken by a mercenary group of orcs, the Lionfish clan, that Grimwil had hired to assist him. They’re pirates from the south, and decided that an airship was worth way more than Grimwil was paying, so as the party distracted Grimwil, the Lionfish took off in this airship. They still have it. 😀
Originally shared by Kris Miller
Okay this is the finished product. I think.
An Airship under control of the Lionfish, a clan of pirate orcs who were confined to the water until a group of adventurers unwittingly helped them get ahold of this airship.
Definitely proud of this. As I said before I’m very inexperienced using just pens to draw, and I neeever draw inanimate objects, so I’m very happy with this.