Out of Character Chat
Posted: Tue Mar 15, 2011 10:28 am
You all know what this is for...
This made me snicker just a little. There is no campaign world here... there is only Redbluff. I seriously haven't set this game in any specific world nor made any particular plans that way.Sir Bedivere wrote:I have a few more questions about the campaign world, now that we're (mostly) into it.
Only for exceptional service.Sir Bedivere wrote:1. Since we're having dinner, are there any tipping customs?
Elves and dwarves rarely meet except in human lands (their territories are distinctly separated); neither race particularly cares for the other, but as far as animosity goes, in general there isn't any. Of course, there might be places where they have reason to hate each other (say, the dwarves dam up mountain streams to create reservoirs, drying out elven lands below).Sir Bedivere wrote:2. What are race relations like? (I assume in a frontier town and w/ the PCs far from home and outnumbered by the locals that we could safely ignore racial animosities between us, but it would be good to know.)
Probably. The terms used for human clerics might be applied more or less correctly to dwarven clerics (the dwarven hierarchy no doubt being a bit different). You could get away with "Father" but given your level "Brother" or "Friar" seems more appropriate.Sir Bedivere wrote:3. When Dorne introduces himself as "Dorne Fellhammer, servant of the Gods of Earth and Stone," would I know he's a cleric? And are there are special terms of address for clerics? (Father Fellhammer just sounds right to me ... )
Cue the music...Sir Bedivere wrote:I can't wait to see Jack & his buds' reactions when the half-orc walks in.
Well, in RPGs, a tavern can be a campaign world. Looks like we have a whole, broke, run-down town to explore!Solomoriah wrote:This made me snicker just a little. There is no campaign world here... there is only Redbluff. I seriously haven't set this game in any specific world nor made any particular plans that way.Sir Bedivere wrote:I have a few more questions about the campaign world, now that we're (mostly) into it.
(Perches on the edge of his seat ...)Solomoriah wrote:Cue the music...
Paranoid little fellow, isn't he?Hywaywolf wrote:Solomoriah, I'm assuming that you will be doing our rolls for us. Shybolt needs to roll 48% or less, plus whatever difficulty you think he will have in a tavern with 9 people in it. He really really wants to know if they are talking about him.
I've been trying to figure this out. 93 squared is 93 x 93 = 8649. What's up with that?Sir Bedivere wrote:Stopping earthquakes with sheep bladders since AD 93-squared.