Spirit Roll-Call: MiscellaneousThese guys are the ones who don't fall into the former categories or I just don't have as powerful of a relationship with. There's nothing wrong with that, some of them just prefer to keep to themselves more.Spirit Roll-Call: Miscellaneous by ~WolfSpirit07
Whitaker - Cernunnos, aka the Celtic Horned God, often uses deer as proxies. Whitaker was one of them. After his service and he had passed on, he became an ascended spirit as payment, gaining a higher level of consciousness. He appears as a large white stag. After some time, his spirit had attached itself to a smoky-amethyst stone which eventually made it into a local shop. I was attracted to this stone and I could feel that someone was attached to it. On a whim, I bought the stone without even finding out who it was until afterwards. Whitaker and I get along quite well, his energy nicely balancing my own wolfish self. His stone also meshes with me well, keeping me open to surrounding energies but also protected from it. Ivyleaf and Hikaru - These two
Spirit Roll-Call: ProtectorsThe relationship I have with these three is more professional than personal. We get along fine, but two of the three prefer to do their jobs more than hang out as a friend would. That's just the way they are. There are certain spirit energies which I'm more sensitive too, usually causing me to drain completely, causing me to become dizzy, disoriented, aggressive, and all sorts of other things. Because these spirits are not actively trying to hurt me, they just need to be (nicely) steered in the other direction. It's a totally different story when something not so innocent come around...Spirit Roll-Call: Protectors by ~WolfSpirit07
Niall and Fredrick - These two are my wards; they tell beings that I can't tolerate being around for too long to back off a bit. Niall is your standard gargoyle and keeps watch over me at night. Fredrick is the daytime guard, a hoblet (yes, hoblet, not hobbit). Hoblets are kind of like constructs, and Fred looks a bit like a steampunk cyborg/android kind of thing. Fredrick is the friendly one,
Spirit Roll-Call: DragonsForeword: Dragons and wyverns are not really in the same category, I just didn't have a better title in mind. Wyverns are dragon-like,, but they do not have forelegs, just hind legs and wings. Wyverns also require a place to jump from in order to fly, whereas western dragons are capable of lift-off from the ground.Spirit Roll-Call: Dragons by ~WolfSpirit07
Otulissa - She's a white oriental dragon with golden belly scales and white fur on the tip of her tail. Her head looks a little bit more like a western dragon's and bears four black horns and a short black spike on the end of her nose. Her eyes change color based on her mood. She chooses to show herself as about the same size as a Shetland pony, but I know for a fact that she’s three stories tall. As a dragon, I wouldn't be able to pronounce her true name, so she's given me this one to use. It's no surprise as she took the name of the scholarly owl from the "Guardians of Ga'Hoole" series as she's a Cataloguer, examining anything and everything
Spirit Roll-Call: WolvesContinuing on from the last one, here's the list of wolf-based spirits. Remember, spirit energies run within a gradient from White to Black. Darker doesn't mean eviler, just trickier to get used to being around.Spirit Roll-Call: Wolves by ~WolfSpirit07
John - He's your ideal werewolf specimen; 10 feet tall, huge claws and fangs, thick dark brown fur, and piercing eyes (blue in his case). John and I met after he had gotten hurt and required someone who was willing to share their energy until he could recover. Because of this, he formed a very strong bond to me and has become my protector. He can usually be found standing outside my door like he's a bouncer for a club or patrolling the local area. Always serious, he is not one to tolerate anything that he deems to be out of place. He almost never speaks a sentence longer than 5 words and becomes irritated by the smallest things. Despite all of his gruffness, there's a softie in there; I sometimes catch him taking naps nestled in amongst my plushies. Yannic - She is what mo
I'll probably fiddle around with settings and whatnot for about 15 minutes, but then actually start playing again. Let's see how lost I get in the maze this time!
Not bad. I really like the creepy ambiance. It would be interesting if they added in some extra visual effects (blurriness, tilted camera, etc.) and it could help if they altered the Huntsman so you had a little bit more of a chance of escaping even if he's caught sight of you. However, I like the story of the children and the Huntsman in general. All in all, good game.