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About Brootse

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    Started RPGs with RuneQuest 3rd edition in 1991.
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    RQ3, D&D 3.5
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  1. When I ran that campaign in RQ3 my group had similar problems wrt. attending seasonal worship ceremonies. This is a big change for many campaigns.
  2. Thanks, this is a nice clarification. I didn't know that initiates could hold their own worship ceremonies.
  3. Because initiates need to worship on every holy day if they want to keep on being initiated. Eg. Ernaldans have to spend a day every week on worship ceremonies in their temple.
  4. Rosolukki is a great one! What was Bagnot's etymology?
  5. Here's the official answer: tldr: If you get +30% to a new passion, it will end up ranging from 60% to 90%.
  6. I've understood that Passions start from 60, and if you get some added, it gets added to the 60. Where does it state otherwise? I must have missed it.
  7. 90 is the right answer, and yes, it's quite a lot. And loyalty is a two way street, but the target of your loyalty is your lord.
  8. Yeah, I hadn't realized before this thread that the rule wasn't the "one-roll only, modifier on the scale of +50/+30/+20/-20/-50. Fire and forget.", but that there were differencies in normal failures.
  9. In my group we have kind of the opposite problem. Many times the action stops because the players start pondering/talking if a passion or a Rune is suitable for the skill check. It used to be a bigger problem, but now it's mostly under control.
  10. Yeah, but isn't that fish a fully sapient creature, who can speak also normal human languages?
  11. Firespeech, Beastspeech etc. are also languages of certain animals. But how well can the animals speak the languages?
  12. Hah, this is something that I had wondered about too. It was also used in the official translation for the Genertela box. I guess that Heort wasn't mentioned in book sources. Swenstown was translated in the Snakepipe Hollow book's map as Ventola. And Jonstown was Joutola, which could perhaps be translated to Slackerville. Iirc Boldhome was Urhola, which would be quite literally Boldhome. The map from the Trollpak was sold separately in Finland, and in it Boldhome was Kotkanpesä, ie. Eagle's Nest. Iirc that was used in the Genertela box too. Eagle's Nest is a somewhat fitting nam
  13. It reminds me of the Vulcan statue: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vulcan_statue
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