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  1. If you're about to participate in a Discord Pendragon campaign, please ignore this. So... I'm getting ready to run the GPC, but I want to make one minor change... The son of Uther, Madoc, will be named Arthur instead. After his son's death at Terrabil in 491, Uther decides to give his new son the same name. Everything else proceeds as normal. The upside of this is that it will definitely be a shock to the players and lead to more focus on the game itself and less ancillary material. The two Arthurs are chronologically apart enough in the game that I don't think there's much a chance of confusion. What do you think?
  2. I'm not sure if this is actually an error. Page 80, Cambria, year 455: Half the Cornovii are moved to Cornwall, but the characters of Cornovii heritage aren't given an option to have their family move to Cornwall and start rolling on those event tables, as members of other cultural groups may.
  3. I'm getting ready to start running the Great Pendragon Campaign. I'd like each player to start with a vassal knight and a household knight as a backup, with both being grandsons of the same knight. The trouble is, the rules don't seem to make an allowance for rolling up younger characters. I'd also like to avoid a bunch of family complications or handwaving the history. I know I could come up with some explanation involving bastard sons or twins or other arrangements, but all of these seem unsatisfying. How would you handle this?
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