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TRPG2 / Re: Shadowling Feeding?
« on: August 28, 2013, 07:06:21 PM »
I like the idea of there being no negative effects at first, but eventual mental instability if you were fed on regularly.
Snarl at one point told the chapter 1 and 2 hero to not tempt him, because the hero was edible despite being Tastidian's slave. I took that to mean that eating a human has some sort of negative effect on them, but perhaps it's just rude to eat another shadowling's slave?
Edit: Or maybe he was implying that he would first cause the Hero to have negative emotions, which would obviously be bad?

SmartyPants - that makes sense! I didn't think of that, but it would explain why she would fight wars that seemingly had no point.

(Am I reading way to far into all this? >.>)

TRPG2 / Re: Shadowling Feeding?
« on: August 27, 2013, 12:40:26 PM »
Looking forward to hearing your thoughts! ^_^

Thanks.  :) I'm rather shy, so I'll probably mostly lurk, but I love the TRPG series. Probably a little more than is healthy. >.>

TRPG2 / Shadowling Feeding?
« on: August 27, 2013, 03:19:33 AM »
When a shadowling feeds on a distressed mammal, is it actually harmful to the mammal?
I suppose a hungry shadowling would be a danger to a mammal, because the shadowling would likely torment it in order to be able to eat, but is the act of eating itself harmful?
At first, I assumed that it would be uncomfortable/painful, and eventually cause death, but Duvalier did not seem to feel any discomfort (aside from being angry) in TSoG when the shadowling in Somnus snacked on him.

Thank you!

(I hope I'm putting this question in the right place. I've looked around the forums, but haven't been able to find an answer to this particular question.)

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