Wednesday, July 2, 2008
The Crest of Dàé
Dàé, who is said to control the invisible force, and who is also said to be the owner of the misunderstood sixth sense, has never revealed her true form. Being of the innersphere, she is the manifestation of that which is metaphysical. She chooses to favour the elves. Her colour was chosen as a representation of the colour within all minds. Her symbol is said to show the key to the sixth sense. Those touched by her are said to have extended personalities.
Sétài: Coercion Tangle
The mind is an amazing thing. Coercion Tangle allows the user to create differences in the minds of others. This simple manipulation is effectively a way of altering the senses of another. For example, this effectively allows the user to make someone else believe that a red bird is now yellow, or that there is a wall in the place where a door used to be, etc. Multiple targets is far more taxing than just one.
Kàtài: Force Mind
The user is able to scan the surrounding area for mind signals. Should they do this for too long, the noise associated with searching closes down their mind. However, this ability can be used to delve deep into one mind, or just listen to the surface thoughts. The deeper the delving, the more obvious it is for the victim, that their mind is being tampered with. Should they use this ability to hurt the person, they can take 1d10 damage from the intrusion.
Rútài: Extend Sense
This a physical manifestation of the Òtài. It creates a shield that is a solid extension of the users mind-barrier. It can be used to force most things away from themselves, and can deal damage as well - a person touching it will take 3d10 damage.
Luètài: Pentad Form
The user concentrates the Psychic power they have into a beam, and depending on the shape they want to create, up to 5 beams of 2 feet in diameter can be released. The users consciousness can be carried with pulse, or they can shorten it and create an attack tat spins, dealing 5d10 damage.
Nothing yet is known.
Sékàrúfári: The user suddenly realises that they have a headache so strong that they are unable to use any of their Flares for a minimum of a whole day.
Luèfári: The whole body becomes completely numb and the person can't feel a thing. Their power diminishes and diminishes. However, even with a numb body, the pain in their head is extremely difficult to bare.
Dàkúrùfári: This is complete and utter unconsciousness. The pain felt throughout the whole mind is so terrible that it can't cope, and shuts down. The person may not wake for a week or more, and is in a very fragile condition as a result.
Gàló-Màdj: The Amethyst Màdj
This faceted jewel-like part of the Sigil lows with the purple colour of Dàé. When held, it feels as though there is immense power locked inside. The Gàló itself is a purple colour that throbs and pulsates within the Màdj, constantly growing larger and smaller at a slow pace.
This form of the Sigil is completely purple in colour. It looks like a spiral, spiraling out from the centre, no larger than the Sigil was in it's Tài-Fári form. The throb of the mind can still be heard in an ever-so-faint fashion.
Dúà Lím: Coming Soon!
The person concentrates on their forehead, making the teardrop appear.
The forehead of the Flàré turns purple in the shape of a teardrop. The hair above their ears turns purple.
Séiléhsti: Piràmé, the Longbow
Piràmé is larger than normal Longbows, and has an eerie purple colour to the wood. However, the power of the mind flows through the weapon and this makes it impossible for the weak-minded to resist. The weapon has great strength, giving the user a straight +6 to his/her attack, dealing 5d6 damage with a 17-20 critical range. With the Gàló-Màdj in possession, it is possible for it's non-arrowed hits to paralyse the opponent. It is rumoured that it totally destroy the opponent's mind.
Keys: Amethyst Dagger, Amethyst Knife