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  1. I own just about every single (English language) Pendragon book and supplement and edition. And somewhere in there is the three-paragraph adventure where the knight has to spend a night in the perilous bed, or something like that - as in Parzifal, but now I can't find it. Any pointers?
  2. This would be a good opportunity to foreshadow future scenarios and have player characters see or even meet prominent NPCs who feature in them. So for example they'll meet the young Sir Bercelak in 492 and that way when they 20 whatever years later meet the old Sir Bercelak in his castle you can remind them of meeting him here. This gives world more depth - there are recurring NPCs living their lives.
  3. Prince Valiant also fights a ferocious dragon in one Foster story which turns out to be a giant corocodile. And then there's a story where a haunted Black Tower or some such cursed ruin turns out to be not haunted but inhabited by the vengeful daughter of a murdered lord.
  4. Thanks for the link! I love the comics but didn't realize it was still being continued. Aleta's looks have suffered a bit I see. Over the years I've only used some small encounters from the original Hal Foster series in my Pendragon campaign. But it's been a great inspiration.
  5. The wife of the player knight could also have a Deceitful of 18 and might do bad things behind his back. On hearing of these the knight will have to match his Trust (whomever tells him) vs. his Love (Wife) to believe these rumors.
  6. Note that you can kill off anyone in the campaign by rolling (or claiming to have rolled) on the Book of the Estate Yearly Survival table...
  7. Why not have squire A's knight suffer a major wound or whatever so the squire is out of battle. Then squire B's knight captures an enemy and gives the captive to squire B to take to the rear lines. The captive of course escapes and then the two squires have to re-capture him or face the wrath of the knight. The escapee flees into an old forest/tower/whatever where many dangers lurk.
  8. If you think there are discrepancies between AP 5.2 and the Salisbury map in Warlord, don't obtain the Map Folio book - more headaches!
  9. Other stuff I'd like to see: * Honor awards/penalties listed and explained (what if your squire dies from combat, or sickness, or suicide, do you lose honor etc.) * Clear explanation of when you may/may not use a passion for inspiration (Honor, Loyalty Lord etc.)
  10. I've had this supplement for close to twenty years and, like you, have done nothing with it. The idea of Ireland in the Arthurian age is very inspiring but the supplement is not. Currently I'm thinking that since Ireland is several decades behind the Logres when it comes to chivalry etc. perhaps I could place some unused Uther age scenarios in Ireland. But then I'd need to railroad the player characters into visiting the island...
  11. I'm sure Sir Palomides would have very oriental-looking cats and up north near Dal Riada and Lothian they have many tailless cats
  12. I watched every episode of Lumpkin's campaign on YouTube and it was great. I'll definitely try to follow yours as well. Thanks for sharing.
  13. I too got mine this morning. The Paladin book's production values are sky-high with gilded pages and even an integral bookmark. Very, very nicely done!
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