Sunday, December 2, 2018

Necromantic Giant Power-Fist OR I took way too long making this.

Hey folks, been a while since I last posted, this is mostly because I got sucked into making this thing look as "perfect" as I could. The name and design are based off of the art and epics of India. Daishasa is a combination of Daitya (a kind of giant) and Rakshasa (a kind of "demon", though they weren't always evil), both of these creatures appear in the Ramayana and the Mahabharata. I wish I had heard of these works sooner, they are on par with Homer's Iliad and Odyssey as far as skill, imagination, and literary importance.


5e Version. Art By: Me

OSR/OD&D Version. Art By: Me
 
Lore:

These are the mummified arms of giants called Daishasa who were at war with a vast human empire to the far south-east. To even out the disparity of physical might between humans and the giants, alchemist-necromancers “harvested” the arms to create items that improved a soldier’s fighting capability. With the war now long in the past, these magical tools have made their way to the rest of the world.

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