Discussion in 'Zones and Populations' started by ttobey, May 6, 2015.
Just going to put this here ......hint hint ....would be an amazing mount.
don't we already got griffins ?
Look at those talons though Schmet, we could have a tailor make a harness that the smaller races like the Ratonga, Halflings, Gnomes and such could put on and then the griffin could pick them up by the harness and the rider could fly them about. When the rider has reached their destination, the griffin would set the wee one in their talons down gently before landing so the rider could dismount!!! Kind of makes you think of the up and coming
113 days until the Spring ROAD TRIP (by Airship)
Well the flying part anyway, I don't think Gero is making the airship look like a griffin.
sorry I won't let that beasty anywhere near my perfect hair's hanging under a giant bird thingies does not sounds good to me's
just think about the giant bird doo doo .
Airships that look like non-airships have a glide angle of a metal crowbar !
Plummet, i.e. downward.
His talons are way in front of where the doo doo would drop so you would be safe, we could also have a splash guard installed!!
111 days until the Spring ROAD TRIP (by Airship)
I have no idea what this means!
I think we have moved on from gryphons. I think there are 100 in game already.
I have a full slate already for next year anyway.
Yes I know you are working hard on my Black Panther Mount
Marvel would sue us.
Not that Black Panther silly.
Its based on an old US Army joke I read about WW2. The glider infantry said the gliders they rode in weren't good gliders like the Biritish had. The US ones had a glide angle of a crowbar.
You need a good glide ratio to stay in the air. Otherwise the 'glider' plummets into the ground.
110 days until the Spring ROAD TRIP (by Airship)!!!!
Shouldn't this be over in the test thread and not cluttering up MY thread?
All in favor say Aye!
The Ayes have it!
too late, the Ayes had it.
I only saw one Aye and 1 Na, nope, nada, so that make us tied.
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