The Tower of Earth isn't very visible as a tower, as it is embedded into the
great cliff-face of the western mountains. There is no visible doorway to
this tower, only a keyhole in the cliff 100' from the ground. As the Keeper
approaches the doors, a stone stairwell will emerge from the cliff leading
to the entrance. The Key of Earth is made of solid obsidian, set with an
Keeper of Earth Powers
So long as the Keeper carries the Key of Earth, he has access to the powers
conferred by the Tower. All things that are 'of the earth,' sand, dirt, soil,
stone and even metal, are his to command. The sole exception is brass,
which 'belongs' to the element of Fire. Passing through these substances is as
easy as a fish swimming through water, and he does not need breath if immersed
within. None of these materials may harm, or even touch, the Keeper of Earth unless
he should permit it. The earth, itself, will answer to the Keeper's will, moving
and flowing as he sees fit, even vanishing or appear from thin air as he sees fit.
The Keeper may also transform the various sub-elements of earth to others within
its class (i.e., sand can become soil, rock can become gems, steel can become lead,
and so on). Earth elementals may be summoned and banished at will, and any such spirit
encountered will obey the Keeper's commands. All creatures native to the earth will
recognize the Keeper for who he is, and never attack him. Only free spirits or those
of unique power can retain their own will. The Keeper may also transform himself
into a being of any of the 'earthly' elements and back to his normal form at will.
The Keeper of Earth, however, is very vulnerable to the most plentiful element of
all: Air. Air itself is not harmful (as he does need to breathe) but toxic gasses and
other air-based attacks will have increased effect upon the Keeper should his basic
defenses be breached. Air elementals and all such creatures will know the Keeper for
what he is and are likely to attack him on sight. The Keeper of Earth's powers will
ebb should he ever lose contact with the earth (such as being levitated against
his will) and will fail altogether should he be taken too far away from the earth
which grants him his powers.
Keeper of Earth Unique Ring - Titan
Crags and mountainous spears of rock pierce the grounds of the ring, fusing and smashing
against one another constantly to form a flat mid-level playing field with spindly
pillars of earth rising to various upper-level platforms that tilt and could tumble
with a single misplaced step, not to mention the presence of treacherous holes
into the darkened and labyrinthine first level's Underdark. The Keeper and his/her
opponent must battle it out while remaining aware of their surroundings, watching
their footing, and making sure only to cause rockslides when it would be advantageous
to do so.
Andrea challenged Mallory for the Tower of Earth. The challenger made a strong start in the first match but lost some steam in the second. It fell on the third and final match of the night to choose a victor and it was Andrea. The scores of the night were: 5 - 2.5 in 5 rounds in Andrea's favor, 5 - 3.5 in 8 rounds in Mallory's, and 5 - 2.5 in 5 to finally secure Andrea's victory.
Mallory defeated Rachael in 2 out of 3 duels. The first match was in the former Keepers favor and ended with a score of 5 - 4 in 11, but Mallory came back in the second and third with scores of 5.5 - 2 in 11 and 5 - 3.5 in 12.