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Re: (TFT) Where do summoned creatures come from...?
In a message dated 7/22/2004 10:32:49 AM Central Standard Time,
Heh. That's cruel. But not unusual. I remember hearing about a PC who was
cursed by being put in the "monster summoning pool," in a vast multi-GM campaign
I was once associated with. (This was original D&D back in the Elder Days -
1979, IIRC. Back before ITL came out and I translated my game to TFT.)
In my own campaign, I dealt with the "where do summoned creatures come from?"
question by making them demonlings. IMC, demons and demonlings are convicts
being punished for breaking divine law. (This explains the demon's bad
The demonlings can be controlled by Control Person spells (or Control Animal,
if they take the form of animals). The various summoning spells force them to
take the appropriate form and appear. The damage they take when summoned
can't truely kill them, but it does make them *hurt* (And being under what's
essentially a Control spell, they can't even complain about it.)
The lesser and greater true Demons are immune to most magic, and so can't be
so Controlled, but they can be summoned and are under a geas to obey the
summoner's verbal instructions.
Erol K. Bayburt
Evil Genius for a Better Tomorrow
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