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  1. I believe the aforementioned poster meant that the Book of Sires has certain events where you ancestor is rewarded with/acquires a notable treasure or heirloom. BoS has its own table. It's pretty good.
  2. I think this one is from Ganis, in Aquitaine. Anseis de Aurillac: 408-451. Died gloriously in the Battle of Chalons. 2975 Glory. Liuva de Aurillac: 434-474. Died in a skirmish against the Cornish. After the March of Aurelius, I made the player roll on the regional tables again, to determine where he ended up. I think in 470 I began using the Cornwall tables. 2672 Glory.
  3. In the main Paladin book, you'll find several solos adventures, such as a well-written hunting section, how to go on pilgrimages, and the like. Those, I have used, since they seem that they translate neatly to KAP. Of those, I run a variant of the adventure with the wolf-knight, just replacing the characters with Arthurian ones. For example, in the Uther Period, Madoc could take the place of Roland. Duke Thierry can be replaced with the player's liege-lord. The adventure book is more complicated. Most of those are recreations of actual chansons de geste, now turned to play. However, of them, I remember checking out Steel Tongues and deciding it might be very cool to run during Conquest Period, or even before. I am unsure how to deal with the whole conversion angle, however, as KAP doesn't seem to have much of a focus on religious conflict.
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