“Metal things, metal things, why do you get in my way? My favorite ditch, destroyed! They ate my gold! One of them stole one of my axes! Tin can bastards are going in my book, my book of grudges! Blasting that damned fox into near-dust was entertaining, but I still hate them! Back to the chained islands with all of you! A cursed land, of course it’s the place they crawled out of! I’ll make them crawl back!” – Boron, Unhinged Dwarf Warrior/Rune-Crafter, “Ally” of Geber, survivor of The Massacre of Ignis
Lesser Sheen models have proved to be quite destructive. However, far worse ones wait for their chance to strike. Some seek to hack through organic like, while others harvest whatever secrets they have to further help the sheen agenda. Their mechanical terror knows very few limits, expanding and changing at rapid rates. In fact, new forms of sheen have emerged from their studies of the prime material plane itself.
Author’s Note: Here are the rest of the Sheens from both articles. These baddies should prove to be far more formidable than the previous post, especially the massive power tree! That’s an end campaign boss, more or less! With the Sheen out of the way, I think I’ll slowly move towards my horror/dark fantasy theme I do every autumn.