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PostSubject: Quantum's Elemental Creature Compendium   Fri Aug 01, 2008 12:48 am

Well... that's kind of a pretentious title. Sad Going to have to do something about that later.

Anyways, this thread is basically to present some templates for Elementals that physically manifest (build themselves a body on Felarya). I'm going to be posting various ideas along the same lines as the ones I posted in the Nature Elemental thread. People are free to comment on these ideas, use them in their own stories (I don't mind), and/or post their own creations for feedback.

Some of these templates are "common" elementals that you might run into every day, some of them are a bit rarer and found only in certain places, and a few of them will be unique; as in, not really an elemental "subspecies", but a specific elemental character.

Since all of the ideas I posted over in the Nature Elemental thread were the "common" or "rare" type, I'll start this one off with a unique creature in the Pyrale Mountains...
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PostSubject: Re: Quantum's Elemental Creature Compendium   Fri Aug 01, 2008 12:49 am

Ashlion

A sentient elemental being with an animalistic form, the Ashlion prowls the Pyrale Mountains. Although it is often spotted in the vicinity of Mont Vylkren, the creature has been known to roam about the entire region. This would indicate a wide range even for an entire species; however, the Ashlion is a unique being. Every time you encounter him, you are dealing with the same individual.

The name was given to him by explorers braving the Pyrale Mountains; whatever the spirit calls itself is unknown… it has simply answered to “The Ashlion” for so long, even other elementals address it in that manner. As the name suggests, the Ashlion is a massive Ash Elemental, that has manifested in a form that resembles a lion crafted from smoldering volcanic rock.

His size seems to vary greatly; every explorer that has encountered him and lived to tell about it claims that it is a different size. Some have said that the Ashlion is as tall as a mountain itself, while others insist he is only fifty feet at most. Still others who claim to have encountered the beast swear that it was twice the size of a fully grown human. Whatever the case, there are a few facts known about the Ashlion from those who have lived to tell the tale.

Most of the Ashlion’s body is made of hard volcanic rock; its eyes, teeth, and claws seem to be carved from obsidian. His entire body smolders with the heat of the volcanic region, and embers and motes of burning ash constantly drift from his tremendous mane and the bushy tip of his tail. His claws are keen enough and hardened enough to sheer through the armored plating of a main battle tank like a hot knive through butter, and for a creature of his size (according to the “It’s gigantic!” camp), it is remarkably agile. Tales claim he is capable of moving from one place to another in the blink of an eye, and supposedly so fast the human eye cannot follow him.

When the Ashlion shakes its mane violently, embers fall down around it in a shower of burning ash, flickering to life and becoming minor fire, ash, and laval elemental spirits. These minor spirits are non-sentient and seem to live only a short while before burning out, but they are capable of crafting small physical forms out of the surrounding terrain and causing havoc during a battle.

Especially dreaded is the Ashlion’s roar; when the beast bellows past its bared fangs, he spews forth a torrent of volcanic ash and embers, more than hot enough to sear the flesh from any mortal being. Breathing in even a tiny bit of the cloud can prove deadly, even to a being as large as a giant naga. Finally, the Ashlion seems to be able to come and go as he pleases, vanishing in an explosion of ash which slowly drifts to the ground… only to silently reappear somewhere else, sometimes on the opposite end of the Pyrale range.

The Ashlion is a somewhat enigmatic being; he is definitely an extremely powerful Elemental. Possibly an Elemental Lord, and perhaps one of the most powerful Elementals walking Felarya today. His form is heavily scarred with gouges and obvious signs of battle, including what appears to be an axe wound cleaving through his jewel-like left eye. Despite the fact that he is obviously powerful enough to repair his body, or reform a new one, he seems unconcerned about his physical state. Some veteran explorers believe that the Ashlion has had the same physical body for hundreds, or even thousands of years.

Those who have spoken to the elemental and lived agree that he is ancient; they describe his voice as being a deep rumble, containing enough force to rattle one’s very bones. They describe him as fierce, demanding, and merciless… but also say that he is very honorable, and will not break his word once it is given. He has wiped out entire camps, down to a single survivor, whom he let live for unknown reasons; yet, he has also walked right through the middle of settlements without so much as a glance in the direction of the inhabitants. It is known that he is prideful and never backs down from a battle; anyone who has the nerve to raise a weapon at him or attack him is destroyed with overwhelming force.

There is at least one account of the Ashlion appearing suddenly and rescuing an explorer from danger, but most agree that to be nothing more than a wishful rumor. According to the account, the Ashlion saved a rookie explorer from several marauding Fire Elementals. Once the Ash Elemental (easily) defeated them, he asked the rookie several questions, and then departed just as abruptly as he had arrived.

No one is quite sure what the two talked about; according to the rumor, the young woman refused to say a word about it to anyone. Still, rumor and speculation provide a great number of answers to fill in the blanks, from the blatantly ridiculous, to the truly frightening. In general, the Ashlion is assumed to be a sort of urban legend around the Pyrale Mountains, although those who claim to have encountered him swear that he actually exists.

Rumors regarding the Ashlion:

1) The Ashlion is an incredibly ancient and powerful Elemental Lord.

2) The Ashlion is huge; way bigger than the entire summit of Mont Vylkren!

3) Many of the gigantic clefts, fissures, and canyons in the region were created by the Ashlion’s claws. He’s enormous, seriously.

4) The Ashlion is no bigger than a large cougar, but he’s so fast he might as well teleport around. … Hey, maybe he does teleport around!

5) You guys are getting it all wrong! The Ashlion used to be the ruler of Mont Vylkren and the entire region until a few thousand years ago; King Trazix defeated him in single combat and became the new ruler. The Ashlion constantly roams the region trying to become stronger, so he can take back his throne.

6) The Ashlion regularly shows up at Mont Vylkren… and pretty much every other elemental and the Fire Succubi there stay the heck out of his way.

7) Whenever there’s an earthquake in the Pyrale Mountains, it’s being caused by King Trazix and the Ashlion fighting.

8 ) The Ashlion is King Trazix’s brother… or first-born son… or maybe even his cousin… or just this guy that he, y’know, knew.

9) The Ashlion is looking for something. If he asks you about it, lie! It could save your life!

10) I’m serious, man! If he finds it, we’re all better off dead. I’m telling you, dude!

11) The Ashlion has a soft spot for the ladies. Awwwww, yeeeeeeeeeeah.

12) I know what you’re thinking, but no, Virginia; The big kitty is not afraid of water.

13) The Ashlion only has one good eye; if you’ve got to fight him, come at his left side.

14) If the Ashlion asks you a question, be honest! He can tell when you’re lying, and he loves liars. In particular, he loves the taste of liars!

15) I’ve seen the Ashlion three times, and on two of them, he was accompanied by a little girl with dark hair. I wonder what it means…
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PostSubject: Re: Quantum's Elemental Creature Compendium   Fri Aug 01, 2008 9:16 am

I think it's a gret design Smile
Once again you prove you have a loot of imagination. I especially liked the idea of him shaking his mane to create minions ^_^
He just seemed a bit too powerful maybe ^^;
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PostSubject: Re: Quantum's Elemental Creature Compendium   Fri Aug 01, 2008 2:37 pm

Karbo wrote:
I think it's a gret design Smile
Once again you prove you have a loot of imagination.

Thanks! Coming from you, that's a big compliment. lol!

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I especially liked the idea of him shaking his mane to create minions ^_^

Honestly, I have no idea where that came from; it just sort of worked itself into the final version, and I liked it so much I had to keep it. Very Happy

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He just seemed a bit too powerful maybe ^^;

I thought about that, too... but then I thought that it might be alright; he's supposed to be a very powerful, mysterious figure. He's sort of the roaming badass of the Pyrale Mountains, like a wandering samurai or something. There's also two things to consider, that I think put his power into perspective... Smile

The first is that The Ashlion is sort of an Urban Legend/Tall Tale; not everything that is "known" about him is true. Every time people recount stories in bars in Negav, they embellish it a little more and claim to have seen him do this or that, "with my own eyes, honest!". Laughing He's like the Felaryan equivalent of Paul Bunyon, or something. That's kind of what I was trying to capture with the rumors; there's so many wildly improbably tales about the Ashlion flying around that despite all of what people "know"... they don't really know anything.

It's just as possible that he's the size of a human, and a total pacifist; maybe he's even Felarya's Cowardly Lion (from The Wizard of Oz). Laughing On the other hand, that's not a safe assumption to make, because of all these anecdotal tales of him destroying anything in his path. One can never be sure with legendary figures until you actually meet them. Very Happy

The second thing is that even if we assume that everything in this post (the "legends" and rumors) is true in some form, and the Ashlion has all of these amazing powers (and maybe even more), AND actually was the ruler of Mont Vylkren at one point... how powerful must King Trazix be, if he was able to defeat the Ashlion in single combat? Very Happy King Trazix is "powerful yet peaceful"... but apparently still capable of kicking some ass when the situation calls for it.

I really tried to imply that the Ashlion is far from unbeatable, between his defeat at the hands of King Trazix, and the numerous battle scars he carries (with pride); some truly great warriors from all races have fought him and survived... they just don't go around boasting about it like the stupid rookies telling tall tales in taverns, because they don't really need to impress anyone. The fact that they "won" against such a powerful opponent is all the validation they need. Very Happy

I guess I sort of see the Ashlion as a carryover from before King Trazix's time; an ancient, proud warrior who was defeated by a young upstart. He currently roams around, claiming that he's trying to "become stronger" so that he can go take his throne back from the new king, but in the back of his mind, he knows that his time is done. All that's left is trying to relive old glories, and maybe find something new and interesting to occupy himself with during his "retirement". Laughing He's never actually going to overthrow King Trazix, and if he were totally honest with himself, he'd admit that King Trazix is doing a better job than he did. But that doesn't stop him from putting on a show about it... Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Quantum's Elemental Creature Compendium   Fri Aug 01, 2008 3:36 pm

May I post some idea about elementals in this thread to avoid to start another thread Question
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PostSubject: Re: Quantum's Elemental Creature Compendium   Fri Aug 01, 2008 4:10 pm

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People are free to comment on these ideas, use them in their own stories (I don't mind), and/or post their own creations for feedback.

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Just please try to keep the ideas focused along similar lines; they don't neccessarily have to be beast-like or humanoid in form, in fact if you come up with something that looks pretty wild, go for it.

But stay away from generic "living element" style elementals; rather than simply being a moving mass of water, a Water Elemental posted in this thread should have something that makes it visually and functionally distinct from other types of Water Elementals. Feel free to let your creativity flow. Very Happy

That's more or less the concept behind this thread. So, let the ideas fly! Laughing

Edit: If it's a general discussion about Elementals you want, then that purpose is best met by starting a seperate thread; this one is for specific ideas. Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Quantum's Elemental Creature Compendium   Fri Aug 01, 2008 11:34 pm

Ok here we go Very Happy

Myrna and Pazu

Pazu is gigantic and colossus Earth elemental he has an humanoid shape with a large open mouth where lava can't be seem, his eyes glowing and some flamme pop out his head. Although he an sinister look his size he is very peacefull. One his back many plants grows and some birds live on his head.

Pazu is a very slow creature he is moving slowing, and have no particuliar destination, this guy is a wandering ling rock. It happens it stop to take nap, sleeping the mouth open. Many days and many years may happen before he awake, he can be easily confuse as volcano with his open mouth.

Myrna is a lava elemental, she the complete opposite of Pazu. If Pazu is calm and peaceful, Myrna is chaotic and opportunist. The reason why Pazu as the mouth widely open and his sinister look is the fact Myrnal is living inside him. When a creature fall inside Pazu's mouth it's Myrna which swallowing and digest it. Pazu don't have the necessity to eat because Myrna eats for two.

The origin of this odd couple begins many millenias ago, Pazu was a very peaceful he lives to see the plants grows on his body and see the from feed from them. The situation change until a young lava Elemental erupt in front of him, it was Myrna. Myrna attack and devour everything she finds. The fact she is destroying many plants upset the earht elemental.

A brief battle happen between them, Myrna was stronger and destroy Pazu's body but Pazu was older and wiser. He know many things as the relation between Lava and Earth. Myrna body start to solidify and turn in rock the leftover of Pazu's body form a mass of earth with engulf Myrna's petrified body to form the Pazu we know now.

Pazu had sealed Myrna inside him at the price of shape and voice, he can not speak it's Myrna who speak for him. With the time both start to appreciate each other, and become inseparable Very Happy

What do you think Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Quantum's Elemental Creature Compendium   Sat Aug 02, 2008 1:46 pm

I think this is really an excellent idea ! I love how it has a tale feel to it Razz
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PostSubject: Re: Quantum's Elemental Creature Compendium   Sat Aug 02, 2008 2:10 pm

I like this as well, it is a pretty creative and interesting creature... creatures... organism. Very Happy

I like how they eventually got over their mutual dislike of one another, and now appreciate each other... it's good, since they're stuck together. Laughing

On a side note, if this idea is possible the way you describe it happening, it raises some very interesting possibilities about the ways elementals battle among themselves. Smile Definitely worth thinking about and exploring further. study

The symbiosis concept is interesting and well done; the only suggestion I can really make is adding a little more detail and fleshing the idea out a bit more... but you've got a very solid start. Smile

Personally, I would like to know more about each being's personality and history (even a little more is fine), both before they became joined, and how they have changed since then. Very Happy

Hmm... not really sure what else to suggest; this is a creative and well-done idea. Definitely the sort of thing that I was hoping for when I created this thread. cheers
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PostSubject: Re: Quantum's Elemental Creature Compendium   Sat Aug 02, 2008 2:23 pm

I will try but I'm not sure how to describe it in english but I will try.

I have an idea about two odd couple of elemental lord very strange, and another about another Earth elemental.

I based many of my ideas from this link:
http://www.wowwiki.com/Elemental_Lord
http://www.wowwiki.com/Ragnaros
http://www.wowwiki.com/Therazane
http://www.wowwiki.com/Al%27Akir
http://www.wowwiki.com/Neptulon

You should read this story they are very interesting Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Quantum's Elemental Creature Compendium   Sat Aug 02, 2008 2:46 pm

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I will try but I'm not sure how to describe it in english but I will try.

Go ahead and try; as always, if you want to run something by me, I am happy to help with it. Smile

gwadahunter2222 wrote:
I have an idea about two odd couple of elemental lord very strange, and another about another Earth elemental.

Sounds intruiging... Can't wait to see what you come up with. Smile

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I based many of my ideas from this link:
http://www.wowwiki.com/Elemental_Lord
http://www.wowwiki.com/Ragnaros
http://www.wowwiki.com/Therazane
http://www.wowwiki.com/Al%27Akir
http://www.wowwiki.com/Neptulon

You should read this story they are very interesting Very Happy

I'm a huge WoWtard ;D, I already memorized much of the storyline, including those bits... which are mostly based off a mix of traditional tales and D&D style higher-class Elementals, with Blizzard's own spin. Laughing

WoW can be a pretty good resource, even if it's addictive like drugs. (Which is why I stopped playing; almost 9 months clean! Laughing ) Razz

Seriously, though; those entries do make a good guideline for "Noble" Elementals- the higher, more powerful categories of elementals, all the way up to Elemental Lords (which can range in power between being on par with Demigods... all the way to being Greater Gods in their home realm/territory). Smile

The Elementals most people (except the extremely misfortunate) encounter will never reach that level of power, though. High-class Elementals are typically unique characters and beings, rather than generic creatures. If a Fire Elemental is the equivalent of a tank or fighter jet for a Summoner, then an Elemental Lord of Fire is the equivalent of a several kiloton nuclear weapon; not the sort of thing you casually throw around, even if by some miracle you are powerful enough to do so.

Combined with the fact that they're typically ancient, highly intelligence inhuman sentient beings with their own goals and motivations... making the mistake of thinking that they serve you has been the downfall of many Summoners and Thaumaturgists. No
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PostSubject: Re: Quantum's Elemental Creature Compendium   Sat Aug 02, 2008 4:21 pm

I don't want to make Felarya a WOW-like universe the games has many flaws in my opinions.

But I admit one quality about Blizzard, they know how to create an universe and make it very alive with many interesting characters, and unusual situation. I quote Diablo,Starcraft and warcraft each of them have a solid background.

TheQuantumMechanic wrote:

Seriously, though; those entries do make a good guideline for "Noble" Elementals- the higher, more powerful categories of elementals, all the way up to Elemental Lords (which can range in power between being on par with Demigods... all the way to being Greater Gods in their home realm/territory).


TheQuantumMechanic wrote:

The Elementals most people (except the extremely misfortunate) encounter will never reach that level of power, though. High-class Elementals are typically unique characters and beings, rather than generic creatures. If a Fire Elemental is the equivalent of a tank or fighter jet for a Summoner, then an Elemental Lord of Fire is the equivalent of a several kiloton nuclear weapon; not the sort of thing you casually throw around, even if by some miracle you are powerful enough to do so. Smile

Yeah, I agree with you if I quote the elementals lord it's because they are the one who has a stories. I don't want to make elemental lord= powerfull entites No

In that case they will become very classical and it's not that I want Sad

For me an elemental lord is a very old and wise among the other elementals, they are very respected or hate, they are not feel superior to the other but they fascinate many young elemental.

That's how see them Very Happy

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Combined with the fact that they're typically ancient, highly intelligence inhuman sentient beings with their own goals and motivations... making the mistake of thinking that they serve you has been the downfall of many Summoners and Thaumaturgists. No

It can give interesting situations, but I think any normal elementals can do that Razz
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PostSubject: Re: Quantum's Elemental Creature Compendium   Sat Aug 02, 2008 10:43 pm

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I don't want to make Felarya a WOW-like universe the games has many flaws in my opinions.

Not suggesting that, although RPGs do make excellent points of reference on several things. Smile

gwadahunter2222 wrote:
But I admit one quality about Blizzard, they know how to create an universe and make it very alive with many interesting characters, and unusual situation. I quote Diablo,Starcraft and warcraft each of them have a solid background.

This is true, they are pretty good at worldbuilding and creating things that have a unique flavor. One of my friends hopes to work for them someday. Smile

gwadahunter2222 wrote:
Yeah, I agree with you if I quote the elementals lord it's because they are the one who has a stories. I don't want to make elemental lord= powerfull entites No

In that case they will become very classical and it's not that I want Sad

*nod* This is true, although you can certainly have less powerful elementals who have stories and personalities. The only reason I started off with something as powerful as the Ashlion was because the concept had been sitting in the back of my mind for a while, and I wanted to do it before I forgot about it. Smile

Most of the creatures I create in this thread will definitely not be anywhere near that perceived level of power, even some of the unique ones. Very Happy Being extremely powerful is part of the Ashlion's concept; he's supposed to be something like a legend to mortals, and a heroic figure to elemental beings. If he was an encounter monster in Dungeons and Dragons, you would have to be epic level to even take him on if he was fighting seriously. Fortunately, as the rumors imply, he may not necessarily be that powerful, or if he is, he isn't that powerful all the time. Nobody really knows. Laughing

I've got a few more concepts that are close enough to finished that I'll be posting them soon, and one of them is a fairly low-power elemental who is also a unique character. She has it pretty rough, always getting summoned by stupid mortals who expect her to be able to do all this stuff she just isn't powerful enough to. No Laughing

Need to finish the writeups for a couple more Beholders first, though. ^^

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For me an elemental lord is a very old and wise among the other elementals, they are very respected or hate, they are not feel superior to the other but they fascinate many young elemental.

That's how see them Very Happy

I have a pretty similar mental image of them. Very Happy It becomes very interesting, when you consider that elementals might not have a concept of time in the same way we do, so "age" could mean something very different to them. Smile What exactly that might be, I have no idea. scratch ^^

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Combined with the fact that they're typically ancient, highly intelligence inhuman sentient beings with their own goals and motivations... making the mistake of thinking that they serve you has been the downfall of many Summoners and Thaumaturgists. No

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It can give interesting situations, but I think any normal elementals can do that Razz

Yes, but normal elementals might have a power level comparable to or less than the mage summoning them. Many elementals summoned by mages don't really have an option of breaking free through sheer power alone, unless the mage is really weak or too stupid to know how to use a proper binding/protection circle. Which sometimes happens, of course, but... No

An Elemental Lord, though? I don't care how many wizard levels you took, chances are you don't have the power on your own to bind or protect yourself from one on the physical plane... and just forget about doing so when you're in their domain. No It just isn't happening, Gandalf. Laughing
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PostSubject: Re: Quantum's Elemental Creature Compendium   Sat Aug 02, 2008 11:38 pm

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Yes, but normal elementals might have a power level comparable to or less than the mage summoning them. Many elementals summoned by mages don't really have an option of breaking free through sheer power alone, unless the mage is really weak or too stupid to know how to use a proper binding/protection circle. Which sometimes happens, of course, but... No

An Elemental Lord, though? I don't care how many wizard levels you took, chances are you don't have the power on your own to bind or protect yourself from one on the physical plane... and just forget about doing so when you're in their domain. No It just isn't happening, Gandalf. Laughing
I think if the elemental is as intelligent as Menyssan I think she can turn the situation to her avantage Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Quantum's Elemental Creature Compendium   Sat Aug 02, 2008 11:42 pm

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I think if the elemental is as intelligent as Menyssan I think she can turn the situation to her avantage Very Happy

Laughing The weaker elemental character I mentioned is somewhat like that, only not at Menyssan's level of genius. She's more "above-average" intelligence, and usually has to think her way out of the trouble she gets into rather than relying on sheer power. She's still a fairly "young" elemental, as well. Smile
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