Interesting idea. Seems farily plausible - if they came to the Shadowfell, surely they could come back, and it would be the easier way to avoid that whole fading to the gloom thing. I like the concept of those from the material world to look more human in skin tone as well.Here's another pic of an SK with a bit of a more 'punk' look.
One possibility is that the pale SKs are Shadowborn SK's, eg those born in the Shadowfell. The 'punk' guys might be from a splinter group born on the material plane. Although, it's not clear how the SK's are different from humans, other than being INCREDIBLY angst-ridden and born in the Shadowfell. So an SK from our world might just be a human with a weird haircut.
You have to wonder what a paladin of the Sun God is doing in the major city of the Plane of Shadow. Poor life decisions, is my guess.
Course, a paladin in a land of sunshine and rainbows is kind of wasting his time, isn't he?
Obviously the city is controlled by a SimCity player.The general idea is that the city's architecture is not the work of a bunch of guys with hammers and shovels. No, buildings spring up or crumble into dust apparently of their own accord - or maybe guided by the mysterious Keepers? At any rate, the gods help you if the city suddenly decides that the tower you are occupying is surplus to requirements.
Course....while a little danger can spice things up, this does raise questions about how anyone lives here at all, much less why.
Charging rent for buildings that spring up on their own? The cheek of it.Poor and desperate inhabitants who are short the rent this month frequently turn to crime
It is a place that does have its own eerie beauty.Dzhay said:(and wow, are they ever laying it on thick here. I think part of the problem is that they keep having to remind you that there's some magic sadness-field here and everything wants to kill you; because, judging from the art alone, the shadowfell is so pretty, all stone buildings, interesting plants, bright moonlit nights and colourful glowing things)