My Life as a CompanionMy Life as a CompanionCh.1I fingered the leather covering of my spellbook, feeling completely bored. How long we had been trapped in this dungeon, I couldn't say. It was probably less time than it felt. I wrinkled my nose at the sickly stench of the place and gave Mathias a sidelong look. He sat gloomily beside me on the hard stone floor, scowling at the door."Rhett..." Mathias began and paused with a melancholy sigh."Yeah, I know," I said seriously. "This damp, moldy dungeon isn't good for your complexion." The comment, which was meant to be humorous, earned me a scathing glare."This is not the time to be making jokes." Mathias stated angrily. Then in a more exuberant tone added, "We must escape this vile dungeon and save the Princess Libellia!"I stared at the very thick, very solid door of iron bars and wondered how the hell we ended up in this mess
~The village of Itziar. It's where we lived. It's a pretty nice place, I guess.
The NPC's HandbookThe NPC's HandbookSo you want to be an NPC? Perhaps you want to help the heroes in some way? This helpful list of tips, guidelines and rules will aid you on your path to a town's person.For those who may not know, an NPC is a non-player character.Note: This list is most applicable for RPG NPCs, but all may benefit.1. Regular Townsperson. You must pace about one area of the town and never actually go anywhere. Walk without a purpose.2. If you don't want to walk around you may simply stand in one place.3. Those inside, stay inside. Those outside, stay outside. Never move from inside a house to the outside or vice versa. The only exception to this rule is if you are important and are giving the heroes some sort of warning or are related to a quest.4. When the heroes talk to you, repeat your dialogue. You can only have up to three sets of lines. Even if what you are saying makes no se
Interview with SiverCatInterview of SiverCatHi, we're here live, to bring you this exclusive interview with the writer and artist SiverCat. SiverCat is a 19-year-old girl in her first year of college. She has been a member of deviantArt for three months.Interviewer: So, SiverCat, why don't we start with your name? Just where did you come up with Siver Cat?SiverCat: Um
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The Minion's HandbookThe Minion's HandbookArch Villainy is not for everyone. There are some that prefer the role of minion for various reasons. Perhaps they prefer to follow or maybe they have come to realise that they have a slightly higher survival chance. Whatever the cases if you want to be a minion, then follow these tips, guidelines and rules to be the kind if minion you wish to be.Note: These are most applicable for RPG minions, but all may benefit.You must decide what kind of minion you want to be. There are different rules depending on your chosen path.Insane Minion1) Choose your style of laughter. This is highly important. Also remember to laugh loudly and maniacally.2) Have your own agenda. This may fit in with the Arch Villain's plans or you have the option of using him to further your own needs.3) Have an obsession. This can be anything, but you must be obsessed.4) Do not fight the heroes in your ow
Handbook Staff Letter RepliesThe Handbook Staff Letter RepliesThe replies from the Handbook Staff to the letters written to them by the readers of the Handbook Series.Dear Skull Eater,We are pleased to hear the Monster's Handbook has been such a big help. In answer to your question, the heroes have something called a save point. This will allow them to continually come back, no matter how many times you have defeated them. Congratulations on becoming the monster you wished to be.Sincerely,The Handbook StaffDear Jade Curtiss,We are sorry to hear that you did not find The Companions' Handbook useful, however many other companions have greatly benefited from it. Its purpose was not to be entertaining and we hope that you do not prevent others wishing to be companions from getting the benefits of this book. Sincerely,The Handbook StaffDear Colette Brunel,We are very pleased to hear that you enjoyed and benefited from the Companions' Handbook.