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Sir Carter

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About Sir Carter

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    Sir
  • Birthday 08/05/1958

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  • RPG Biography
    I’ve been a gamer since the 70s with D&D but moved on into RuneQuest and Call of Cthulhu because I like the systems and they cause better Role Play. I’m now mostly getting back into Pendragon now. As I like the historical and also the legends.
  • Current games
    Pendragon RPG plus board games
  • Location
    United Kingdom, Canterbury
  • Blurb
    60 years old now. And been gaming since I was 15 with a break in the middle to waste time like marriage. Now getting into Pendragon RPG

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  1. Oh Wow!! Their really nice where did you order them from?? I really want a copy
  2. Hi Morien Really pleased you had a good time, Old Sarum is an amazing place to visit, so pleased you found the time to get to it. I used to live just down the road from Arundel Castle. Again it is very nice. Did you get time to visit Stonehenge?
  3. Interesting ideas, I have the Savage Worlds "Sherwood" Supplement which looks rather good. But can be hard to find
  4. Thank you, I really like that
  5. Thanks. I guess I will always be a collector of miniatures if they feature in my games or not. These Lance and Laser miniatures look very nice
  6. Great Stuff I will be watching this to see how it develops
  7. Hi I there anywhere I can download just a copy of the Pendragon 5.2 Character Sheet. I don't seem to be able to locate one
  8. Many thanks Ill check it out
  9. I could not agree more. Pendragon is the epitome of the classic view of Arthur and his knight set in a world of chivalry and romance, magic and fantasy. I don't think I would want to use it either as a historical version
  10. Love Avebury spent some wonderful times there along with West Kennet Longbarrow and Silbury Hill. It might not be all Arthurian but it certainly gets the imagination going
  11. Me too I think it was in the 60s when I first visited the monument, It was just in an open field back then and you could just walk in amongst the stones I don't think you even had to pay an entry free. Still it remains an amazing site. But a commercial one now a days
  12. Yes I agree for Pendragon the Medieval Arthur is a must, I don't think I will bother using Pendragon for any of the historical themes. And as you rightly say just a touch of magic. It has to be High Medieval and Knights of the Round Table. The Historical stuff I think I will leave for my wargaming interests
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