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About Ladygolem

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    RuneQuest, HeroQuest, Shadowrun, VtM, and various PbtA hacks of the above
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    Montreal, QC
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    Jolanti initiate of Maran Gor

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    I post my art to Twitter, check it out: twitter.com/ladygolem

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  1. Awesome, thanks for clearing it up.
  2. Going by the King of Dragon Pass game, they are two seperate categories. You have your clan ring of seven upstanding members of the community (and the occasional Eurmali) who convene to make decisions and whatnot. You also have a certain amount of thanes, which represent the number mounted horsemen available to you (as opposed to the foot-slogging carls), some of whom may also be members of the Ring. Neither category necessarily implies the other (though if a ring member is a fighter, chances are they'll be a thane).
  3. That was my initial suspicion as well, and makes a lot of sense. The main thing I was thinking of was whether there was some kind of Spirit of Reprisal or similar phenomenon that whacks you in the back of the head if you demand more than 1000L for a neighbouring clan's noble described somewhere that people would take issue with my not acknowledging. Good to know!
  4. Weird little question that came up while writing. Can captors upsell their captives, for instance if they've captured someone vital to a wealthy community? I'm assuming the converse, trying to bargain for a captive clanmate, would be shameful and in bad taste, but is it merely that or is it completely taboo? Basically, is weregild set in stone or is it subject to market variables like other types of monetary transactions?
  5. Ladygolem

    Deadwood

    Warhammer Dryads/ Age of Sigmar Sylvaneth make for some pretty sweet Aldryami inspo in general i find! These are Kurnoth Hunters done by Steve Wren. I chose this photo over the official one on the Games Workshop store page because the addition of flock really sells them, honestly. The only real change that you'd have to do to make the Sylvaneth range more Gloranthesque is maybe swap out some of the more ostentatious weapons for historically grounded ones.
  6. Speaking of undead sorcerors, nice thread necromancy... While we're here though: When/what event would this be referring to?
  7. So kind of pre-feudal proto-knights! As in, the IRL class of privileged warriors that hundreds of years later formed the basis of feudal aristrocracy, right?
  8. Unfortunately I think the Chalana Arroy is the player, not the Morokanth....
  9. Most maps or lists I've seen seem to agree that essentially Ducks constitute their own tribe, which in many cases is treated as just another Sartarite tribe in most respects. Not all, however.
  10. Since the disease is affecting herdmen, not people, shouldn't this be within the purview of an Eirithia priestess?
  11. Don't Humakti forsake clan ties upon initiation? That could provide a convenient solution.
  12. Weird, must be a Firefox thing. Opened it in Edge (came with my laptop, don't have Chrome installed) and works fine - weird! Anyway, great artwork! She looks like a total badass!
  13. I think your image link might have broke, @Runeblogger . Sounds like an interesting character!
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