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 on: June 12, 2018, 11:27:20 PM 
Started by Rayblon - Last post by Rayblon
Declivity zone

A heavily cratered, stony biome that has extremely strong gravity. Meteors and meteorites frequently strike the surface of this biome, releasing concussive shockwaves on impact. Very little life exists here, outside of astral creatures and meteor spawn of some description. As you can imagine, airships passing overhead are in grave danger.

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 on: June 10, 2018, 06:47:26 PM 
Started by Rayblon - Last post by Rayblon
Rayblon Biome
A conglomeration of everything he has ever suggested into one biome. It's a dangerous place to be.

obliteska + skrike + rapture + mourner all at once.

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 on: June 10, 2018, 02:49:36 PM 
Started by Rayblon - Last post by Michael Musgrove
Rayblon Biome
A conglomeration of everything he has ever suggested into one biome. It's a dangerous place to be.

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 on: June 10, 2018, 12:29:27 PM 
Started by Rayblon - Last post by Rayblon
Just making this since I've been making so many biomes. Probably a bit late to make this, but meh.

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 on: June 07, 2018, 06:27:44 PM 
Started by Rayblon - Last post by Rayblon
I see sand and water in that parchment. Hmm, what happens when you mix the two, I wonder?  Wink

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 on: June 07, 2018, 01:10:20 PM 
Started by Rayblon - Last post by Sean
Me:


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 on: June 05, 2018, 04:20:57 AM 
Started by Rayblon - Last post by Rayblon
Rayblon I'm legitimately the worst procrastinator in existence.



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 on: June 04, 2018, 07:36:22 PM 
Started by Rayblon - Last post by Sean
Rayblon I'm legitimately the worst procrastinator in existence.

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 on: June 04, 2018, 04:40:47 PM 
Started by Rayblon - Last post by Rayblon
yeesh. gimme a week then lol

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 on: June 04, 2018, 07:18:15 AM 
Started by Rayblon - Last post by Rayblon
Obliteska

A floating stone and crystal construct in the same vein as a congraig, but much more specialized and advanced. Standing at about 10 feet tall, this construct is extremely durable and is resilient against magic as well as most physical attacks. The obliteska's main body is a cylindrical mass of carved stone around a usually quite large congealed crystal core, with large sockets in the stone to hold its obelisks. Each obelisk is usually lined with runes and inset with a multitude of small crystals, save a much larger crystal set into the flat base of each obelisk.A core usually has five to eight obelisks, though an obliteska has no practical limit to how many obelisks it can control in theory. The large crystals set into the obelisks are their weak point, though destroying the stone housing is technically possible. A crystal dislodged from an obelisk is still able to attack, but only using the two basic discharges

In combat, Obliteskas are very complex fighters. First, an obliteska is able to propel their obelisks at opponents with enough force to embed them into the ground or walls, even stone or brick. While this has a slow chargeup, it is likely to instantly kill anyone that decides not to evade. When their obelisk is planted, it can begin using magical discharges.

There are two basic forms of magical discharge, the most basic being a magic bolt that is fired automatically. The second basic form is invoked by the obliteska firing a magic bolt at the primary crystal of an obelisk, and causes the planted obelisk to release a shockwave.

More advanced discharges typically require certain formations for obelisks, and while it doesn't necessarily require them all to be planted, its strength scales to the number of appropriately placed obelisks. A circular formation placed around the obelisk causes kinesis barriers to form between each obelisk, the interior of the circle creating a damaging aura while the obelisks continue to fire damaging projectiles. While shockwave discharges can be released by arena obelisks, their range is limited to a fraction of the arena. The arena can be broken by damaging one of the obelisks, or by dealing a blow strong enough to disrupt the core's magic(likely requiring set-up by a magic user or some kind of simultaneous concussive blow). A tight cluster of 3 or more obelisks would be able to cast massive magic bolts that explode on impact. Alternatively, if a large number of obelisks are in view of every other obelisk and they are irregularly placed, they can begin firing deadly waves of energy between themselves.

Planting obelisks is not all that an obliteska can do to manipulate them. It can perform forceful recalls, which propel planted obelisks out of the ground back into their sockets, potentially crushing an unfortunate soul in the process. Additionally, they can use free obelisks to swing radially around the core or slam a side down forcefully. With at least three free obelisks and two planted obelisks, an obliteska can create a potent shield around itself while firing charged blasts at random.

The core isn't helpless either, and retains many of the abilities of its obelisks even on its own, except much more powerful. If all obelisks are destroyed, the core is able to fire enhanced magic bolts and release massive shockwaves. The obelisk sockets, lined with crystal themselves, are able to fire volleys of magic bolts simultaneously, or even constant beams of energy if the situation demands it.

By default, they are heavy electric/magnetic casters, but there's nothing stopping an obelisk from using heat/cold/light/dark crystals or some combination thereof.

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