So, I make dice as a side job and learned a way to put liquid inside the dice and was experimenting. So, of course my mind decided to tell me I needed to make DP themed dice with the glow-in-the-dark colorants I have.
Sadly, my choice of colorant hides some of the glowing cores. And I need to use slightly larger molds next time they’re made
D20 - Danny. It’s white with a green core
D12 - Vlad. White with black specks and a pink core
D10 - Skulker. Gray with a green core
D8 - Ember. White with a blue core
D6 - THE BOX GHOST. It’s been a while, but I think he’s blue with a sky blue core
D4 - Frostbite. White with a sky blue core
D% - Clockwork. Blue with a blue-purple core.
Edit: holy crap! I didn’t expect this post to take off. If you’d like a set of your own or a different set, my shop is PharmaDice on Etsy.
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Angel lore is a lot less extensive than demon lore at the moment, but there is a little bit of tentative lore about Enoch and angels I can share! Also, as @lilmissrantsypants is the Angel Lore Master, if she needs to correct it add anything on her word supersedes mine!
Enoch, home of angels, has seven layers (sort of like the nine circles of Hell).
The top layer is where the most powerful angels reside, including their ruler, Metatron. Metatron has ruled the angels for over 8000 years.
Angels were the inspiration for many gods of old, including Zeus, Artemis, Thor, Odin, Ares, Athena, and so on. It should be noted that, considering their powerful magical abilities far exceed that of most humans, it is quite understandable they’d be viewed as gods.
Angels need high aether concentrations in the air to function properly. Too much and they’ll get sick, too little and they’ll start to lose their grip on reality. When visiting Earth they bring liquid aether or some other sort of supply to ensure they stay healthy.
Angels hearts are different than humans (obviously). They resemble a D20 and their purpose is to distribute aether throughout an angel’s body. Their hearts also contain the core essence of who an angel is. Angels can survive if their hearts are removed, but they will be unable to access the full extent of their powers, among other things.
All angels can access a powerful alternate form, known as their Exalted form. These can look like nearly anything, from fantastical creatures to the more alien sorts of angels that this website has a hard on for.
An angel gifting someone their feather is a highly personal gesture, and one not done lightly. It essentially means that the person they give it to means the world to them.
Angels are able to alter their physical appearance to one they are comfortable with magically, though their are limits to this (they can’t change their skin color, for instance).
Angels have a longer gestation period than humans.
Angels do occasionally take vacation time to Earth, and some do mate with humans. As long as they are born in the magical atmosphere of Enoch, they will simply be angels. If they are born on Earth, however, they are known as nephilim. These children are indistinguishable from human children, though they tend to be longer lived and have a greater aptitude for magic.
Anything an angel creates has part of them in it in a manner of speaking. You can see this with Eve and vampires.
Angel society is very magic-oriented. They still use swords, spears, bows and arrows, etc as weapons, but their magical prowess more than makes up for it and gives them even footing against demons.
The only other sentient race on Enoch we’ve come up with is sphinxes. Not too much for them yet, though they do run a massive library/archive called the Akashic Records.
Here is some wildlife of Enoch:
Phoenixes are extinct due to being hunted by angels for their feathers, which can bring the dead completely back to life in perfect shape.
Chimeras are not naturally occurring. No one is quite sure where they came from.
Male manticores have wings, beards, and a scorpion tail. Females are lithe, have several rows of teeth, can mimic speech, and have a spike ball tail that can fire poison darts. Essentially:
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