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  • I mean if we go with all the places in creation then the Blessed Isles are the most fertile place due to it being magically enhanced.
    Otherwise I'd lean more towards the northern parts of the south as it's climate is similar to Egypt.
    And Rome had to rely upon food surplus from Egypt to sustain it's population which in my mind indicates that Egypt had enough food to feed both it's citizens and Rome.
    Otherwise It's probably some place in the East that has a climate similar to china as during the mongol invasion, China apparently had cities with populations the size of Europe....
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  • Xanroth
    replied to Women in Armor II
    Funny thing is that I was primarily talking about their dresses.
    They tend to accentuate the female shape which gives her a relatively "clear" feminin silhouette in almost any pose.

    Actually, for the the topless variant the simplest thing to do to get attention away from the chest would be to make sure that the bottom part of her clothes are white and always have them close to the center of the picture since we tend to focus on bright colors...
    That can however lead to different problems....
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  • Xanroth
    replied to The Necromancers Cookbook
    Thank you.
    Also I agree, I hope it will have a different feel than sorcery just so it isn't sorcery with bones and ghosts glued on top of it....
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  • Xanroth
    replied to Women in Armor II
    My guess is that it was to make sure that the wearer could have as much visibility as possible combined with protection and ease of breathing.
    For example the roman helmet had a pretty damn good combination of everything. Extra armor on the forehead to protect from overhead swings, cheek protectors by the ears to defend against side strikes, whilst at the same time you will have nothing blocking your nose, ears, eyes or mouth giving you full access to both breathing and your senses so you can hear the orders shouted by the centurions and also see anything coming at you.
    This also left...
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  • Xanroth
    replied to The Necromancers Cookbook
    A pretty good choice of voice.
    As for roughly how powerful they are well.

    Thrall
    Hit's harder and can take more punishment than zombies but they still have pretty lousy dice pools so it's a bit of a case of rarely hits but when they do it hurts.
    They also posses a Might bonus (if the thralls are of very high quality Might 2 otherwise Might 1) that makes them a threat as battle groups.
    They do however have a natural parry of 0 and a penalty to initative, one of the chosen will have no problem what so ever dispatching a lone thrall, they are all about quantity....
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  • Xanroth
    started a topic The Necromancers Cookbook

    The Necromancers Cookbook

    So this is just a small list of necromantic creatures based of a certain game series that if you manage to guess I will high five you through the internet.
    I'll be doing this a bit rp like so just bare with me and know that I'm bad at making stats so I leave that up to you.
    so here we go.

    Greetings fellow seekers of knowledge, in this book, I shall teach you how to improve your armies of the dead with some additions.

    Thralls.
    First are the backbone of any true necromancers army, the Thrall.
    As we all know, zombies are not useful for anything but...
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  • Lunar swordfish...
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  • Xanroth
    replied to Women in Armor II
    Very true, kinda wish that google would allow us to filter things a bit easier, cause trust me. I know your pain about trying to find the proper armor and instead get red Sonjas a plenty or those god forsaken shoulder pads of killing all joy in drawing armor...



    Mmmm this is true...
    Heck, you actually rarely see any grizzled warrior women in media.
    And when you find them they tend to have the "Borderline Psychopath" personality...
    Or now that I think about it... There's one tough as nails woman that's a fighter that I can think of that doesn't...
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  • Xanroth
    replied to Women in Armor II
    One thing I can add as someone that draws a lot as to why at least I sometimes draw impractical equipment.
    Anatomy is plain and simply more fun to draw than armor.
    You can catch far more motion when you can see the muscles than when it's covered with armor.
    This doesn't mean that it's impossible to catch motion with armored characters, it's just that it's very, VERY difficult with some armors and poses (shoulder plates are evil).
    That's at least my reasoning.

    And just swift suggestion to Wizard for Egyptian catgirl, I'd suggest going for something like a black...
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  • Xanroth
    replied to Women in Armor II
    Y'know, I'm actually starting to become curios about what the anime you mentioned at first was?...
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  • Xanroth
    replied to How ancient battles were fought
    Alright, time to talk about the Realms Legionaries and how they compare to the Legions of Rome.

    Well I can immediately say that when it comes to equipment the Roman Legions has an edge in body armor and weapons.
    Why?
    Well you see, whilst the reinforced buff jackets are pretty damn good in that it's easy to repair and has a pretty "one size fits all" benefit.
    They are no heavy armor like the Lorica Segmentata, pretty much the only top quality heavy armor that you could provide to an entire army due to it being a "one size fits all" type of armor...
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  • Xanroth
    replied to How ancient battles were fought
    Alright, to make sure this thread that I personally find to be something that could become very interesting doesn't just die.
    I'll be going into a bit more detail on how exactly the Legions of the Realm would probably work if you base them off the Roman Legions of old.

    Now first of I would like to talk about the different units you would find in a Realm Legion, the first one I'll talk about will be the Auxilia.
    Auxilia are usually none realm citizens that are recruited or have joined the legions as Volunteers.

    Now the fact that I mentioned that they may have...
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  • Xanroth
    replied to How ancient battles were fought
    Well, I would say in creation we have a very large and varied amount of cultures so the way armies would be raise varies greatly.

    But what I'd say would be that if you want huge numbers and you want them quick then nomadic factions are the ones with the biggest advantage because they are used to living on the move.

    There's no fields that end up undermanned when the workers are called to war.

    There's very little that gets disrupted just cause everyday life tends to be always ready to move.

    Depending on what they live of they can move deep into...
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  • Xanroth
    replied to How ancient battles were fought
    Maps is absolutely something the realm would have tons of.

    Scouting and knowledge of terrain is vital for any army, not to mention the fact that just cause a couple of the commanders can deal with the terrain no problem doesn't make it viable to skip maps all together.

    Though that's more relevant after you've conquered an area.

    before you've conquered an area you can't exactly rely on maps.

    After that, then you can use maps.

    I mean there aren't enough DB's in a legion to take up every commanding officer role.

    You need...
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    Last edited by Xanroth; 07-07-2019, 07:56 AM.

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  • Xanroth
    replied to [webcomic] Tales of Exalts
    I'm giving y'all a heads up that I might end up going on a hiatus for a little while as my new computer seems to have decided to be wonky...
    FML!!!!

    ToE AR.

    Page 105: https://www.deviantart.com/xanroth/a...-105-804076051

    Page 106: https://www.deviantart.com/xanroth/a...-106-804325749

    Page 107: https://www.deviantart.com/xanroth/a...-107-804701377

    Enjoy!
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  • Xanroth
    replied to [webcomic] Tales of Exalts
    Threeeee I say three pages this week.

    ToE AR.

    Page 102: https://www.deviantart.com/xanroth/a...-102-803124561

    Page 103: https://www.deviantart.com/xanroth/a...-103-803400274

    Page 104: https://www.deviantart.com/xanroth/a...-104-803792301

    Enjoy!
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