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  1. How would you track the glory of disguised characters? I´m specially interested in ladies disguising themselves as knights, which as I have seen, is a pretty common plot for Lady Knights. For example, Lady Nauhaus is also Sir Ellian, the errant knight who sometimes appears in tournaments and other events. Would she have two Glory tracks, one for each of her identities, and they combine once her identity is revealed? Does she have a single Glory score? This also goes for other characters, of course. If Sir Mavion goes out and fights a giant while disguising as Sir Brannis, who would get the Glory? If people later discover that it was Sir Mavion who did the deed, instead of Sir Brannis as assumed, would the Glory transfer to him?
  2. Sometimes, I´ve read in the game about dogs and cats running around the halls of lords and knights and want to know... 1º)Were cats kept as pets? If so, what races of cats could be found in England at this time? 2º)I know that lords kept dogs, but did they have non-hunting dog, kept as pets instead of hunting hounds? If so, what kind of breeds were found? I guess in the Romance Era, lapdogs for the ladies would fit the aesthetic of the court, although they are probably anachronistic. Anyone have any information about these issues?
  3. Yeah, Don Quixote is a deconstruction and a parody of the whole chivalry novel genre (in the novel, they mock a lot of popular Italian, Catalan and Spanish chivalry novels from the era), so I don´t think how well it would fit in Pendragon. Not very well, I guess. The romances around the Reconquista, like the Cid (who in one of the tales was so brave a pair of lions calmed themselves when seeing him, impressed by his valor! If that is not a Valorous crit, I don´t know what it is!), but also many other lesser known romances, would probably fit Pendragon more
  4. Greetings. I have Pendragon 5.1 (the Spanish version is 5.1, so it´s the one I have) so I don´t know if this is answered in the 5.2 version. Imagine that I have 18 in Sword, and I am fighting against two enemies. I know that when you are mounted, and they are not, the modifier is applied after dividing the skill roll (for example, I apply 9 against each one, +5, 14 against each enemy). What happen when you add Passions to a roll? Are they added before dividing, modifying the original skill? Or after dividing? So, in the above example, if I have +10 from a successful Passion roll and I´m fighting against two enemies... Do i have 14 (18+10=28, 28/2=14) or 19 against each enemy (18/2=9. 9+10=19). I guess it is the prior one, so you add before dividing, but I wanted to be sure. Last session one player was saved because we were adding the modifier after the divide, but now we are talking about it and he thinks he won undeservedly and feels a bit dirty, so this is why I am asking. Thank you. I recently bought this game, and my players are loving it.
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