Glad you liked it! It'd be fun speculating the pantheon of the gods they worship, possibly even have those gods or their individual worship being the class on the trinary.even though it was Inspired by scooby doo... i dont think i could have come up with anything that sounded even close to that good Livin.... LOVE IT
This is a very interesting concept for a beast race: it gives them uniqueness (i don't think i ever seen a game implementing a playable beast race with only half body of a beast in other games) as well as space for creatures from miths that otherwise would never be seen (speaking of greek mithology it has been suggested minotaurs for gigahaus but how would you find a place in other houses for harpies for exemple?)If the thing that ties them all together is the fact they are half human hybrids then perhaps it could be called Chimerahaus and not limited to just beasts.
that would make sense based off what we know for the vampire already... with werebat / werewolf form.Some of the beasts could be part of the same class, with each form being part of the certain path you choose on the skill tree. This could include things such as choosing between being a goatman and a faun, a mermaid or a gorgon.
Thank you for the clarification on that, I figures they were trying to limit each haus to under 10. Its good to know some haus could see a large number of unique classes.for which get in the haus... during one of the streams they mentioned a good possiblity of adding even more classes to to the different houses... so maybe an initial poll on which (we will say 7) for now to keep in line with deadhaus but that would not mean the others would be excluded.
that sounds like a really great idea! As for the cosmetic end, maybe able to customize the look of your character as you progress to reflect the different aspects you would take on. So some characters can look like a pure wolf man while others would be a mix similar to a manticoreSome of the beasts could be part of the same class, with each form being part of the certain path you choose on the skill tree. This could include things such as choosing between being a goatman and a faun, a mermaid or a gorgon.
That sort of reminds me of a theory in Demon Souls. Because in the game you have the Cleric faction and the Sorcerer faction. Clerics get their powers from praying to god, and Sorcerers use soul magic made by Demons. I think one Talisman you can get in the game hints that the Old One, the progenitor of demons you're trying to seal away, is also the god the clerics pray to.On a thread where we speculated what the God's motivations are I suggested a dynamic where they would project themselves onto this world in various forms like an alias, some of which would go on to be recognized as Gods in their own right. Perhaps that could be what is happening here, a single god wearing the masks of many with the various worshippers unaware that they are all serve the same being.
That does sound like a good idea. However I can't remember if there was already a discussion about a Feyhaus. I remember doing some looking around a fictional creatures awhile ago and found out that goblins are technically fey creatures. Though it does sound just as good for a goblinhaus, I can imagine they would fit in just as well in a Feyhaus given that Fey themselves are usually mischievous and often malevolent to humans.In that same train of thought @Golden Xan, I'd like a goblinhaus. They come in so many varieties that there is more than enough to fill out a trinary, with some of them bringing in the element of luck. Given how closely they live to human society and have differing temperaments towards them there could be factions that side with humanity against the dead, with the dead against humanity, and against both of them in favor of their own supremacy.
I've been curious about whether they'd be in Feyhaus. If they did it'd be neat if the goblin evolved with your advancement on the skill tree and created pathways to potentially become: warrior hobgoblins, redcap assassins, strategic kobolds, savage kol'ksu, and magical tengu.That does sound like a good idea. However I can't remember if there was already a discussion about a Feyhaus. I remember doing some looking around a fictional creatures awhile ago and found out that goblins are technically fey creatures. Though it does sound just as good for a goblinhaus, I can imagine they would fit in just as well in a Feyhaus given that Fey themselves are usually mischievous and often malevolent to humans.