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About Prometheus878

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    Long-time reader, not yet a player. Give it time.
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    Currently interested in Exalted 3rd Edition, Call of Cthulhu, and most importantly, Pendragon.
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    Atlanta, Georgia
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    Just your regular old introverted nerd, here. Nothing special.

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  1. Pendragon is a game exceptionally well suited to solitaire play. Strongly flavored ruleset, as much complexity or simplicity as a player desires, enough random elements to keep everything fresh, a host of written adventures and the strongest RPG campaign ever - it even has a highly detailed personality system to determine how any character of import is likely to act in a given situation. With a gm emulator, it could basically serve as an incredibly flexible crpg. There is one question on my mind, though; how many Player Character Knights should ? The way I see it, there are three opt
  2. Thank you for the responses. The rules I am referencing are from Pendragon 5.2 core rulebook, pages 68-69 regarding "Your Heir." I hope you can see my source of confusion. It was indeed Size that I was specifically asking about. I mistyped. So, Glory awards allow one to increase a knight's Size after the age of 21? Interesting.
  3. So, I have some questions. Suppose a PK, hereafter called "Sir Thomas," dies, leaving behind an underage son and heir, hereafter referred to as "Sir Henry", who is knighted as soon as he reaches the age of 18. He has the option of inheriting his father's attributes. 1. Are these the attributes Thomas started with at the beginning of his career, or are they the attributes he had when he died?* 2. Thomas gave Henry a 15 Body^ score. Is Henry allowed to raise his Body score using Glory points and such until he reaches 21? 3. Henry dies, leaving behind young Richard as his son and h
  4. Thanks for telling me. So, @sirlarkins, what's the news with Pendragon?
  5. I hadn't heard about the Book of Salisbury. I presume it's to flesh out the default county with estates, characters, history and plot hooks?
  6. Howdy ya'll. Ever since poor Greg Stafford passed on, may he rest in peace, I haven't heard any news regarding Pendragon. Anybody know how the line is coming along? I understand from this post here that there were more supplements in the pipeline after Book of Sires: http://www.sirlarkins.com/blog/2018/8/6/now-it-can-be-told-or-hear-ye-hear-ye I unfortunately don't know where to go to get updates about that sort of thing. Pendragon is one of the all-time greats, and I want to continue supporting it.
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