Elle a déjà participé à plus d’une douzaine de JdR pour une demi-douzaine de compagnies. Son amour des vieux fossiles (de dinosaures ?) a-t-il un lien avec son jeu sur les dragons ?
Ma contribution qui va dans le sens des analyses pertinentes proposées par mes prédécesseurs….
Yeah, the name isn’t very original…
There’s a structure in the Forbidden City with five small pyramids poking out of the roof. It was once either a museum or a temple – definitely a place where people came to contemplate (their history, their gods, all of the above?)
The east side of the structure is partially collapsed, with one wing having almost fully given way and crashed down into the street.
The five pyramids in turn were taken over by the local dwellers as nests for their giant wasps – each pyramid is now a mass of mud and paper that held a number of giant wasps before the area was contested by the newest dwellers in the city.
The most recent dwellers in the city are also the weakest, but proved that they are not to be underestimated. When harassed by the grippli upon their giant wasp mounts, the latest arrivals (bullywugs) began a guerrilla action to wipe out the wasp nests closest to their homes. These ruins were the scene of one of these actions, and the long-dead exoskeletons of poisoned wasps still litter the area.
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The reality is that this map didn’t quite make the $300 funding level, with $267 in pledges, but I’m too nice of a guy to cut us down to only 2 commercial releases per month. 🙂
I would also recommend changing the name, as the current name is that of the Goa’uld motherships in the Stargate franchise.
(Source: Dyson’s Dodecahedron)