Galcin, the Asphalt Without End

Hello, everyone, in order to continue to provide only the highest-quality content on TBM Games, I’m offering a new Primordial to threaten your campaign setting. It’s been a while since I’ve published a Primordial profile, so I hope that you don’t mind that I’m a little rusty.

Like before, the Primordial profile consists of a few details – a domain the Primordial represents, a brief description of the Primordial, a Cataclysm which will occur if the Primordial is on the Mortal Plane for a full 24 hours, and trinkets and spells associated with the Primordial.


Galcin, the Asphalt Without End


Domain: Transportation

Galcin is a long, erratic spiderweb of black stone which can span entire continents. Its body is marked with yellow and white adornments which follow the contours of the hills upon which it lies.

Cataclysm: All creatures smaller than Medium in size category which touch Galcin immediately die. Cultists of Galcin, disguised as civil servants, collect these creatures’ bodies for unknown, undoubtedly sinister, purposes. Additionally, all creatures near Galcin east of a rural farm village called Omaha experience an overwhelming sense of loneliness.

Associated Trinkets: An intricate map folded like an accordion, a set of keys held together by a metal ring with ornate charms, or a dome-shaped helmet coupled with a reflective orange vest.

Associated Spells:

Cantrip Validate Parking
1st Level Expeditious Retreat
2nd Level Shatter


(Available as a cantrip to the Bard, Cleric, Druid, and Warlock classes)

Validate Parking

Transmutation Cantrip

Casting Time: 1 Action

Range: Touch

Components: V, S, M(a ticket worth at least 1 GP)

Duration: 8 hours

A parking ticket you touch immediately sheds any cost currently associated with it. For the duration of this spell, a creature may use this ticket to free their wagon or carriage from wherever it was previously parked. If the duration of this spell expires and the wagon or carriage has not been removed, law enforcement officials may increase the price associated with the ticket, issue additional tickets, or impound the wagon or carriage until its owner pays a more expensive fine.


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