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  1. We used to call these 'doorstop demons.' Little ten pound mounds of flesh that could be used to keep a door open or as a paper weight. Got that summoning skill up pretty high. As for the Elemental Lords, I'd tie it to tasks that the elemental lords might care about, either promoting that element or tearing down an opposing element.
  2. There's the additional issue of players deciding how the melds will work together. If you use it, I would suggest sitting down with the players and going over what's possible. I also like how Chaos points add to you MP total. That being said, go read Gods of Law if you haven't yet. Awesome stuff.
  3. The Corum stuff was from an Australian company called Darcsyde. Well worth looking into. The Virtue stuff is from our own esteemed Charles Green.
  4. Download Gods of Law and check out the Virtues system. Much different than Stormbringer. Also Corum: Chaotic Melds, Contrivances, Fetishes, Elemental Tattoos.
  5. All right brother! Put me down for a copy! Looking forward to seeing what you're doing with Alchemy.
  6. One huge reason to have the Elric! book in addition to the Magic World book is the Elric! Digest. The write ups of major NPCs as well as some more typical examples of various professionals is invaluable to a GM in my humble opinion. Nothing really exists like that for Magic World.
  7. Hi Nikoli, I'm not sure if I actually uploaded it as a pdf. It so happens that I am messing around with Ravenloft files right now. When I get a chance I'll put something in the downloads.
  8. There was also the Hawkmoon monograph from Chaosium.
  9. By the way, I meant to say thank you. I will post some pictures when we play! Looks fantastic.
  10. I've been sitting on this for a while. Stafford created the outline to bring my own imaginary worlds to the table. Without his guidance my table would be far less interesting. In short he is, and will continue to be, an inspiration to those who bring their friends together and make up stories. Greg Stafford's legacy is that he brings people together. My love goes out to his family and friends.
  11. Remember the Big Book of Monsters. A lot has already been done.
  12. How about buffalo riding hunters? My interest would be much more in the spiritual, ancestral world. Something like Ehdrigohr but more grounded.
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