TerryTroll Posted January 17, 2020 Report Share Posted January 17, 2020 (edited) First off what qualifies? Does it matter if no one is around to see it? Does it apply on every occasion? Say a knight is off questing, comes across a cottage where an old wise women asks him to chop wood for the fire, so that she may make a herbal brew that will cure his Lord who is dying of some illness. Or a knight is travelling on a Saxon longboat and the crew expect him to muck in. Boating is not a non-knightly skill, but would it count as physical labour? In both cases -2 honour feels a little steep to me. If he was seen tending his own fields because the serfs had left his lands for some reason, then sure -2 honour. Would it make any difference if the Knight was Modest 16, so it might not affect his personal view of himself as much? Edited January 17, 2020 by TerryTroll Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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