RP: The World of Titan.   Posted by The Arbiter.Group: 0
The Arbiter
 GM, 137 posts
 The Creator
 The Judge
Wed 12 Aug 2015
at 20:42
RP: The World of Titan
As a wizard of Titan you begin with your Wizard's Tower on a lone hidden "rock" of a island deep in the mists of the Goliath Belt. Magic of Titan is deeply entrenched in all aspects of life, and it seems to be everywhere. But it seem that this worlds existence relies on that magic, else it would literally fall out of the sky. The mysteries and Relics of the Vox will certainly have a great impact on anything done in this world.

The Flying Tower sits upon a rock that is far to small to hold it up, perhaps sky-metal is interlaced in the Tower itself... or perhaps the tower floats by another more sinister means. In either case, the tower base only has about 50 feet of rock to all sides before a drop off. It is surrounded by some rather some rather large land masses to it's sides and bottom and above is a cluster of smaller rocks floating high above that distract from the large object below. Shadows often cover the tower as the sun makes it's journey from one side of the sky to the other. While deep into the goliath belt, the tower has is often used by trading vessels as a landmark, and the islands near by have sometimes been known to harbor brigands, monstrous insects, and the occasional flying lizards.
Azazel Vos Drago
 player, 48 posts
Thu 10 Sep 2015
at 00:54
RP: The World of Titan
From beneath the floating tower, a winged creature plummeted, only to spread its wings and soar. It's reptilian head was the size of a man, and though the house sized body seemed scaled, armored, and dense, it caught the wind effortlessly as it soared higher and higher above the planet. While not the largest creature, even on a planet named Titan, it was impressive.

The creature's scales were a deep purple, accented by red, and the armor was as black as night, and it was almost impossible that the drakken could put on such armor by itself. The creature seemed to test the wind itself as it flew higher and higher, circling ever outward from its tower.
The Arbiter
 GM, 229 posts
 The Creator
 The Judge
Thu 10 Sep 2015
at 19:36
RP: The World of Titan
You fly outside of your tower, your ability to fly and deny gravity it's due the real reason why you are in the air rather than your wings. The wings, which act like big sails do indeed act like allow you to catch the wind properly and you pick up the skill easily enough. The air in Titan is much thicker than inside your tower, perhaps 4 times as much. Nothing detrimental to any wizardly body, and in fact it only helped with your size. If you wish you know your tower can match the air pressure of this to make it more comfortable.

As for mana. Your senses go crazy! Even as you exist your tower. To your left and right, up and down. You circle around on of the floating island. For a moment you thought that there was Mana in the air, then you realized you were sensing the fields! Skymetal, as it was called in this world. Was a mana-resource. Even as an ore in the rocky bases of these floating mountains around you, this mana-resource was keeping the mountains stationary. You could sense that it worked a lot like magnetic-poles, or even gravity... except that it had nothing to do with that, and was purely magical. Still there was a floating rock mass not too far away from your tower that you flew by. It was about 30 meters wide, and about 40 meters from top to bottom. A small piece of land by others covered in moss and ivy vines dropped down from it's edges. It had a dozen or so trees pushing out from the earthy-top, and you could hear the chatter of birds and some buzz of small insects.

This small island-rock contained about 20 Mana in it you could think. Which for it's size... the fact that the skymetal ore alone kept it up was incredibly efficient for a Mana-resource (it wasn't even "burning" mana like a wizard did either, it was stable and might last 100 or more years without losing a single drop mana). That being said skymetal it seemed did in fact have a half-life of a sort, in 10,000 years or so, you could expect quite a bit of the power of the mana to be lost, and between 50,000 and 100,000 year all the rocks would begin to sink downward into the Eternal Storm below.