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About mandrill_one

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  • RPG Biography
    GM/player since 1986. I began with the old school RPGs (D&D, AD&D, Call of Cthulhu) and still play most of them.
  • Current games
    Pendragon, CoC, Trail of Cthulhu, WFRP, Ultima Forsan for Savage Worlds, Heroquest Glorantha
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    Rimini, Italy
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    I live in Italy, my main hobby is reading (and hopefully playing!) RPGs.
  1. Well, if you like income ranges as a function of pay (the latter rounded off to the nearest £0.5), you probably also want to round off a bit the income range figures too. For example: (of course, instead of 451-650 and 651-850, you could write 450-649 and 650-849, and so on).
  2. My suggestion? Round the revenue to the nearest hundreds of libra (here, to £1600), then follow this table: It was obtained from the best Excel fit of the data provided, with this function: pay = 1.736 * ln(revenue) - 6.9625 In this instance the officer pay would be £5.8, or £5 16s. I don't know how this relates to any court costs, however.
  3. I just discovered that Chaosium is debuting a whole host of new convention scenarios this year at GenCon, and... ...DRUM ROLLS PLEASE... ... there will be tables to play both Pendragon and Prince Valiant!!! Here's the link to the news, directly from Chaosium's blog: https://www.chaosium.com/bloggen-con-preview-2-new-convention-scenarios-debuting-at-gen-con?mc_cid=1c38f85966&mc_eid=18d84ef2aa Unfortunatley I live in Italy, so I'll not attend GenCon, but all fellow KAP forum members can rejoice in knowing that KAP and PV are again under the spotlight! Is anyone in this forum planning to attend?
  4. +1! Even just the book covers of all editions and supplements would make for a beautiful book! Let's keep on dreaming...
  5. I know I'm probably over-enthusiastic, but I really like the cover art of ALL KAP editions... Maybe you could sell good-quality prints of all of them???
  6. Where does the "Pugnacious" bonus come from? I think I've never heard of it...
  7. In this page, https://thewildpeak.wordpress.com/tag/riothamus/ the author hypothesizes that Riothamus retires to Burgundy after his defeat in Europe. Maybe it, or a part of it, could be his kingdom?
  8. I second this request! It seems that some fellow forumites (@Morien in particular) have interesting files to share...
  9. Well, we also have "Paladin: Warriors of Charlemagne", or PWC...
  10. I think these suggestions and comments by Morien are interesting and easily applicable (as usual: thanks Morien!). In particular, I tend to play with very few PKs (1 to 3), and of course a 1-PK party cannot compete internally, while competition within a 3-PK party is quite limited in scope... Moreover, I'm a big fan of collaborative, non-competitive play (it was my main reason to start playing RPGs, back in 1984...). Although not strictly needed, maybe some form of these suggestions could be included as alternate rules in future iterations of the book (hint, hint...)?
  11. Sincerely, I don't know. However, I'll check at home with my copies of both editions and will inform you of any significant differences I'll find.
  12. "Prince (King?) Achilles Myrmidon", abbreviated "Myrmidon" "Swift-footed Achilles Thetides", abbreviated "Thetides" "Swift-footed Achilles Pelides", abbreviated "Pelides"
  13. EDIT: Problem solved, it turns out I had an old PDF (I bought it the first day it was available!), and the new PDF I downloaded today has higher resolution maps. Sorry! Hi! I have the Reign of Terror PDF, and I love every bit of it. EXCEPT... The resolution of maps (both in the main file and in the players' handouts) is awfully low, to the point that it is difficult to read the location numbers and names. Is it possible to download/receive higher-resolution versions of these images? Roberto
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