I’m starting a new game currently called “Werecat”. The basic concept of the plot is that a canine nature spirit known as Lupind is angry with humans for destroying so much of his creation, wolves, by making them into pets. He places a disease into many dogs so that in a few generations, there will be wolves capable of spreading lycanthropy to man. A feline nature spirit named Sena believes that Lupind is acting foolishly, so she contacts one of her Druids (Druid/Priest/Shaman. I’m not entirely sure yet which would fit the best.) and informs him that she is going to place a gift into a human child (Possibly children.) who has not yet been born. In order to be able to fight off those afflicted by the disease when it arises. I have the opening scene written out already:
“Lupind stop and think about what you are doing!”
A great lioness growls agrily to a large, menacing wolf. They stand in a great forest with gigantic trees teeming with life.
And yet despite this, all in the forest aside from the lioness and the wolf have grown silent, watching the exchange cautiously.
“You honestly expect me to sit idly by and ignore what mankind has done to my beautiful creation?” The wolf Lupind snarls. “My great wolves have been brought down to the low of mere housepets for these greedy creatures. They have done the same to your creations, and yet you still argue against my decision? I suppose you couldn’t possibly understand, you have many beloved creations. While I only have the one. You disapoint me with your foolishness Sena, but how could I expect more from someone who cares for those awful humans so much?”
The lioness Sena roars in rage. “But this unleashing this disease upon the world, it’s foolish! They don’t even realize that they have offended you! Just stop and think about what this will do!”
Lupind merely turns away from Sena and growls, “There is nothing you can do now, I’ve already placed the beginnnings of the disease into many of those lazy housewolves. In a few generations, I will be able to take the disease to man. They will see the error of their ways, and the true beauty of my wolves.”
With that, Lupind quickly sprints off into the woods. Leaving Sena behind before she can respond.
As you can probably tell, it’s still pretty rough around the edges. But I am open to any critiques and ideas that anyone has.