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sirlarkins last won the day on December 12 2018

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About sirlarkins

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    Line Editor, King Arthur Pendragon RPG
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    King Arthur Pendragon, Call of Cthulhu, Runequest, World of Darkness
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    Follow my actual-play exploits at The Esoteric Order of Roleplayers!

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  1. The Skoptsy would care to differ with that assertion, but that's a whole other ball of wax.
  2. I knew I could rely on you all to pick up the ball and run with it.
  3. If there could be multiple foreskins of Jesus, I'm sure multiples of St Alban's fingers could work as well.
  4. A duplication error for Sir Echen—he should not have the Finger of St. Alban. (Or let him have it as well and boost his Spiritual by 3!)
  5. He’s definitely going to turn up again in future publications. 🙂
  6. They're rolling out all day on the Chaosium blog, and are getting announced on these boards; here's the Lightless Beacon for CoC, for example: https://www.chaosium.com/blogweareallus-download-the-lightless-beacon-for-call-of-cthulhu-in-remembrance-of-greg-stafford/
  7. Thanks for catching those typos, @Dagonet! We'll make corrections straight away. I should also take the opportunity to thank @Stoo for generously providing some of his heraldry designs for the scenario pre-gens.
  8. Hey everyone—my group played the scenario a couple weeks ago; the session recording is now available via my actual-play podcast, The Esoteric Order of Roleplayers, if you want to check it out: https://esoteric-rp.blogspot.com/2019/10/pendragon-quest-of-red-blade-greg-day.html
  9. Glad to see this is out in larger distribution. I ordered a region-free DVD copy back when I was prepping for running Paladin last year. It focuses strictly on the historical side of things (none of the more legendary elements of the Matter of France), but in that regard it does a good job of laying the groundwork. Here's the Amazon US link: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07NWDHDVY For those who speak German, it should be available without subtitles on YouTube as well.
  10. Legends tell of an index for the Great Pendragon Campaign that was cut for space reasons. Thanks to good old Count Roderick (Robertson, that is), we at last have a copy back in our possession. See attached. GPC Index.pdf
  11. For your yearly Personal Event, you roll 1d20, which then gives you a trait or passion to roll against. Doing so, you then get one of four possible results depending on whether you critical, succeed, fail, or fumble. A result of 20 on the first roll allows the player to choose which trait or passion to roll against. So all in all you have 76 possible events. So a roll of 9, say, has you rolling Prudent. Let's say you fail: "You took the risk to go out on a cold, wet, and stormy night. Only a successful CON roll can avoid an Aging roll. Check Reckless, but your stupid bravery earns you 10 Glory." The Family Event table is a 1d20 roll, with 19 possible outcomes plus "player's choice" on a 20. There's a second table to roll to see which family member experiences the event. Outcomes range from good (Glorious Deed, Heroic Death, Promotion) to bad (Petty/Serious Crime, Festering Feud, Ransom).
  12. I should point out that Paladin has a pretty fun set of yearly event/kin event tables that are perhaps less comprehensive than these charts (which I love) but also much easier to use!
  13. My first time running KAP was "Tournament of Dreams" (the Green Knight version). I might have run the intro scenario first, but I don't think I did.
  14. Oh yeah, how could I forget about "The Tournament of Dreams"? One of my all-time favorites.
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