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[Knave] [OOC] The Return

Endless_SerpentsEndless_Serpents Registered User regular
edited May 25 in Critical Failures
Hey folks, this is the recruitment thread for a play-by-post game of Knave, which is an extremely simplified D&D game. Up front it’s not the best game ever made, I’ve simply decided to use it because it’s only a dozen pages long, so we’ll all know what we’re playing and I’ve got room to do what I do best, making shit up.

Here it is:

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I’m hoping it can be a West Marches style game. What’s that you ask? Essentially you can drop in and out of the game after each party defined quest. A bunch of you will hop in here (this is soon to be an out of character thread), decide where you want to go and what you’ll do there (I’ll set up an in character thread for it), and once your quest is complete and you’re back somewhere considered safe, that’s it. You’re done. You can either join another party, continue on with your current party or leave the game, and your character will remain on the periphery should you ever want to play again.

Here’s the pitch for the setting and why you’re doing what you’re doing:
Listen well child, what I tell you now is no legend.
Our people were brought to life on a distant island by four great spirits. Ama, Ete, Oho, Uru; know these names above the names of all others.
There was a balance then, not only peace, no, but neither did we stagnant. It was as it should be.
One hundred years ago warrior-mages descended from the north, and carried with them death and plague.
The greatest of these man-cutters claimed the title of king, and so the people of the island united to stand against him.
Nearing the end of the terrible war that followed, the king turned to an owl-witch for aid, and a pact was made with her.
Three demons were summoned yet that king was the first to die by their talons. The eldest is Wind-Biter, the youngest is Dream-Eater and between is Ghost-Maker. If you ever learn their true names, dare not speak them.
Now we are adrift, migrants held on shores that do not want us. Out there, the island awaits us, so ruled by three beasts, our homes overgrown, our spirits blinded.

But one day… One day I promise you… We will return!

The time has arrived. Your elders have spent the past decades acting as ‘adventurers’ for the locals of this land, putting their lives on the line to gather the resources necessary to fund your initial expedition and later, a full blown resettlement of your homeland, the island.

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You are part scout, part hunter, part guard. You’re heading back to the island first and are expected to carve out at least the hex (your people’s measurement of a large area) you arrive at, if not a few hexes around it. Without a doubt you’re going to wind up here:

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You can rename the area later, but for now it’s Canoe Hills. Warmer than the land you sailed from, sparse with trees but coated in long grasses, some up to your neck or higher still. It’s always windy and you hear the laughter of unseen birds.

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Oral tradition has given you at least some insight into the shape and terrain of your island. Cloudy Water is marshy. Long Autumn is known for its orange leafed trees all year round. These names too are subject to change, as they’re half remembered, and may no long apply once you actually go and see what has become of the island.

Much has been lost, but with your skills and determination your people may once again have a home, and you shall become storied heroes for all time!

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So that’s your excuse to do this hex crawl. Every hex is a full day and night’s travel, assuming nothing slows you down. Therefore in practice you’re probably going to make camp somewhere within a given hex and then go again in the morning, so these are pretty big hexes. Every hex has at least one major landmark which, hey, maybe you’ll stumble into along the way. Each landmark is only five rooms big, so if you see a cave or ruin you might as well pop your head in, I think any bigger would be to cumbersome in play-by-post.

I’ve got more to say but this post is big enough. Hope to see some hapless fools in here soon!



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    Endless_SerpentsEndless_Serpents Registered User regular
    edited May 25
    If you got through that, thanks.

    Now as with all good old school games, here’s my house rules for The Return campaign!
    How to roll for stats
    In Knave proper you’ve got to roll 3d6 for each stat and use the lowest score, but that feels needlessly complex just to appear like an optional rule from basic D&D. Instead, roll 6d6 and assign them in order. For example, if you roll a 1 to start, that’s 11 Strength with a +1 bonus to rolls. I’m not fussed if that gives you a chance at better stats, you can still die very fast if the party is hilariously foolish.

    Stunts rule, do stunts
    I’d rather someone try something cool than attack. I will reward cool ideas equally, if not significantly more, than landing a hit with your sword. A stunt does not by default require a save; dice will only be rolled if it’s verging on some crazy 1080° kick flip of an action. Try things often. Do kick the empty barrel onto the bandit’s head, do show a mirror to a basilisk, do lasso the wyvern. Naturally, if it makes sense or you’re busy that day, just hit mans.

    Ideas are better than saves
    Building on that: While it’s true you’ll be rolling when the outcome of your action is uncertain, I want to reduce that as much as we can. Instead, before even thinking about rolls, tell me what you want to do (or we can even work back from the outcome you want). You might just be able to do it, or it’s assumed the whole party will get you through it, and if not, perhaps expending equipment, resources, time or hit points is enough. Beyond that, a good or really stupid idea is far more interesting to me than rolling dice. Sure, you could pick the lock on the door, but ten minutes and a crowbar is just as good, so long as you accept that is noisy work… and really, why pick the lock at all when you could throw the little guy up to the open window?

    This is not an idiot simulator. You’re all competent. With that in mind, when the dice come out it’ll be because the consequence of failure is dire and the task difficult.

    Up front target numbers
    I’ll post the number you’ve got to match or exceed for anything you want to go for that you’d have time to think about. You might call that out of character information, but you can use it in character to determine whether you’re up for it, so I think it works best for this style of game.

    Default Knave is a purely roll over system, but we’re all more familiar with match or exceed, I bet, so we’ll be doing that.

    Environmental Initiative
    Deciding who goes first every round can lead to harsh results, and wastes time better spent fighting. So, instead:
    - By day, the party go first, then their enemies, every round.
    - By night or deepest darkness, their enemies go first, then the party, every round.
    - At a prepared, defensive position the defenders go twice in a row during the 1st round.
    - If ambushed, the surprised skip the 1st round.
    The hapless vagabonds blundered into the territory of bat-fiends, too cheap they were to bring lamps.
    Bat-fiends fell upon them from above—they go first because it’s dark in their cave den, and go again straight away because they’re at a prepared, defensive position—and tore them asunder—being ambushed, they don’t even get a turn in before the bat-fiends assault continues. This is a horrendous situation, but unlike rolling for who goes first in a round, players can avoid this through action rather than luck.

    Equipment Feats
    Knave doesn’t really do character advancement, it’s all about equipment. But I know you all want cool moves even if you’re into finding unique uses for a bedroll, a mirror and a hooded lantern, so to that end I have scattered many items across the island that will give you what are pretty much exactly later edition feats. You’ll want to follow clues about different locations to get yourself the character build you desire, such as heading to the Eagle Shrine if you’re looking to get a movement related feat, or looking out for places of magic if you’re after a spell…

    I’m also gonna do some fun stuff with cooking and item creation, but we’ll cover that when it comes up.

    ———

    The people are your other character
    While any given adventurer might die, your kin are slowly following in your wake, reclaiming what was once yours. By signing on, you’re agreeing to make a character who wants this island returned to the people, and for their settlements to grow strong. Helping this come about will give everyone playing access to unique feats, better starting characters and equipment over time.

    Casting votes
    A small game within this game. Every season there will be a question to be answered or a choice to be made. I’ll ask those playing to answer and the people will move forward based on the highest result. During this it’s not exactly an adventurer doing the talking, though they may agree with a players decision, you’re just voting as the general populace. You can do a bit of roleplay in your vote post if you like.

    A winnable game
    The island is finite, and barring some random encounters, the creatures and locations on it are finite. The island can be cleared of major foes, and the minor pushed back into the darkest pits. In theory the whole island can be resettled. If such an end point is reached I’ll rack up past votes and choices made and describe an outcome for the island’s future. Will you be victorious?

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    Endless_SerpentsEndless_Serpents Registered User regular
    edited June 29
    A character sheet example:
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    If you’re on mobile and struggling to see the screenshots, Knave 1E is easy to find online and can be bought just as easily from QuestingBeast on itch.io.

    Questions?



    Heroes
    @Albino Bunny as Irina the Shrewd — 1st level — 450 experience
    @joshgotro as Malosi — 1st level — 450 experience
    @El Skid as Phil — 1st level — 450 experience
    @discrider as Jenna Fie — 1st level — 450 experience

    Folks
    Kap, old fletcher
    Henna, even older healer



    Knowledge of the Island

    As various parties journey across the island what they learn will be recorded here for anyone to reference. I imagine at some point I’ll break this post’s word count and I’ll have to link it elsewhere, but here’s good for now.

    Landmarks



    Creatures

    Swoopiner
    A large flightless sea bird.
    ? HD - ? AC - ? damage - 10 ft. move (70 ft. in water) - ? morale
    Attacks by swinging its head like a mace (70%) or stabbing with its beak (30%) on land. Diving strike from above in water.
    +2 reaction if you back off when approached.

    Water Wolf
    Not a wolf, not a boar, some kind of killer aquatic mammal. Like to sing.
    1d6 HD - 14 AC - 1d6 damage - 30 ft. move (60 ft. in water) - 5 morale
    Hunt in packs. Bite, latch on and try to drag victims into water.



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    joshgotrojoshgotro Deviled Egg The Land of REAL CHILIRegistered User regular
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    Endless_SerpentsEndless_Serpents Registered User regular
    edited May 25
    I trust ya, no worries! I’m expecting better than the standard results by rolling 6d6. Work your way through character creation and if you have any snags I’ll look it over.

    You’ll notice there’s no pre-defined lore to the people, so whatever you cook up I’ll work it into the settlers that trickle in as seasons pass.

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    Albino BunnyAlbino Bunny Jackie Registered User regular
    I too lucked into 3 sixes.

    Character stuff:
    Irina the shrewd.
    STR:12 DEX:16 CON:15 INT:16 WIS:14 CHA:16

    HP: 7/7

    Armour Defense: 13

    Gear: 8/15 item slots
    2 days of rations
    Spear: d8 damage, 2 slots, 1 hand, 3 quality
    Gambeson: D12, 3Q
    Shield: +1 Defense
    Grapling hook
    A wooden flute, sized for a child.

    Descriptors: A lanky woman with a narrow face. Some people call it beak like but Irina insists that's just being type cast by the feathered hair and splotches of feathers that fall like failed, torn wings along her arm. In spite of a body clearly cursed by the spirits the raven haired.... raven flitted from job to job. Often performing acceptably but never feeling like she'd found a calling.

    She started to regret trying to find her calling in the homeland on the rainy, miserable boat ride over.

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    joshgotrojoshgotro Deviled Egg The Land of REAL CHILIRegistered User regular
    edited May 26
    Malosi (He/Him)
    STR:16 DEX:16 CON:16 INT:13 WIS:13 CHA:14

    HP: 4/8

    Armour Defense: 12

    Gear: 7/16 item slots
    2 days of rations
    (BIG) Cleaver: d8 damage, 2 slots, 1 hand, 3 quality
    Gambeson: D12, 3Q
    Rope 50ft
    Chain 10ft
    Drill
    Face paint

    Physique: Towering
    Face: Wolfish
    Skin: Sallow
    Hair: Luxurious
    Clothing: Foreign
    Virtue: Courageous
    Vice: Cruel
    Speech: Squeaky
    Background: Butcher
    Misfortune: Cursed

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    Endless_SerpentsEndless_Serpents Registered User regular
    Last thing for today:

    In case anyone has forgotten, once the game is underway we’ll roll using the forum’s own friendly dice roller, Geth. All you got to do is type something like:

    Geth roll 1d6 for Rolling Dice
    Geth roll 1d20+1 for Strength Save

    There’s a bunch of more complex formulas, but I tend to forget them myself:

    Format

    XdY to roll X dice of Y sides.
    Prefix N# to roll the dice N separate times.
    Operators allowed are +, -, *, and / which follow order of operations. Division rounds down. Use parentheses if needed. Full format is any number of terms combined with the operators, where term is a literal number or a roll. N can be a term itself.
    Combinatorics are possible as well. N-choose-K results can be of the form NcK, the value will be the number of combinations to choose K items from a set of N items, and return a random one of these sets in the details. (i.e. 4c2 might result in 6 [4c2=1,3]) Permutations are possible in the form NpK. These terms are useful for generating sequences.


    Options

    Append the following modifiers as desired, if using multiple then they must be added in the order below. Some combinations may be invalid.

    rZ - reroll die if result is Z or lower
    roZ - reroll die only once if result is Z or lower
    mZ - count result as Z if roll is lower than Z
    eZ or oZ - extra / open roll when the die is Z or higher, extra grants one bonus roll only
    kZ or lZ - keep the highest / lowest Z rolls, drop others
    tZ - target number Z, count rolls that meet or exceed Z as successes (if Z > Y, implicit oY)
    hZ - hits Z, count rolls that meet or exceed Z as successes, max roll grants bonus roll (implicit oY) (WoD)
    xZ - hits Z, count rolls that meet or exceed Z as successes, max roll grants bonus success (Exalted)
    uZ - under Z, count rolls that are equal to or under Z as successes
    ! - when at the end of any roll, turns on verbose mode (shows all dice rerolled and modified)


    Some D&D roll examples:

    2d20k1+5 for a roll with Advantage and a +5 modifier
    2d20l1+5 for a roll with Disadvantage and a +5 modifier
    1d12ro2+3 for a Great Weapon Fighting style damage reroll where you reroll once if the first result is a 1 or 2 (in this example the character has a +3 modifier to their damage roll)
    1d20+1d4+5 for a roll with Bless and a +5 modifier
    1d20-1d4+5 for a roll with Bane and a +5 modifier
    5#1d20+1 for rolling 1d20+1 five times

    Rolling Dice:
    1d6 6 [1d6=6]
    Strength Save:
    1d20+1 11 [1d20=10]

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    discriderdiscrider Registered User regular
    Unfortunately my sus D6 are in a box at the moment.

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    El SkidEl Skid The frozen white northRegistered User regular
    Geth roll 6d6 for character stats

    character stats:
    6d6 23 [6d6=1, 5, 6, 5, 2, 4]

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    discriderdiscrider Registered User regular
    edited May 26
    Geth roll 1d6 for Strength
    Geth roll 1d6 for Dex
    Geth roll 1d6 for Con
    Geth roll 1d6 for Wis
    Geth roll 1d6 for Int
    Geth roll 1d6 for Cha

    Geth roll 1d20 for armour
    No armour
    Geth roll 1d20 for helmet
    Helmet
    Geth roll 2d20 for starting gear
    Sack, lantern
    Geth roll 1d20 for gear 1
    Saw
    Geth roll 1d20 for gear 2
    fake gems

    Geth roll 1d20 for Physique
    Ripped
    Geth roll 1d20 for Virtue
    Disciplined
    Geth roll 1d20 for Vice
    Arrogant
    Geth roll 1d20 for Background
    Mercenary

    Strength:
    1d6 5 [1d6=5]
    Dex:
    1d6 2 [1d6=2]
    Con:
    1d6 4 [1d6=4]
    Wis:
    1d6 1 [1d6=1]
    Int:
    1d6 6 [1d6=6]
    Cha:
    1d6 3 [1d6=3]
    armour:
    1d20 2 [1d20=2]
    helmet:
    1d20 14 [1d20=14]
    starting gear:
    2d20 28 [2d20=17, 11]
    gear 1:
    1d20 6 [1d20=6]
    gear 2:
    1d20 11 [1d20=11]
    Physique:
    1d20 8 [1d20=8]
    Virtue:
    1d20 6 [1d20=6]
    Vice:
    1d20 2 [1d20=2]
    Background:
    1d20 13 [1d20=13]

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    discriderdiscrider Registered User regular
    edited May 26
    So I've apparently rolled Johnny Hotbody.
    .. Except she's Jenny.

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    Albino BunnyAlbino Bunny Jackie Registered User regular
    Quick, everyone point and laugh at the stat peasants who rolled a one.

    Immediately gets hit with a log trap and dies.

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    El SkidEl Skid The frozen white northRegistered User regular
    edited June 5
    Name: Phil
    Gender: Male

    Str: 11 (+1)
    Dex: 15(+5)
    Con: 16 (+6)
    Int: 15 (+5)
    Wis: 12 (+2)
    Cha: 14 (+4)

    Defences: 12
    HP:4/10

    Items:

    Crossbow (d8, 3 slots, 3 quality)
    Gambeson (12 def, 3 quality)
    Chalk, 10
    Pulleys
    Nails
    Tar pot
    Green glass ball

    Physique: willowy
    Face: Ratlike
    Skin: Pale
    Hair: Wispy
    Clothing: Antique

    Virtue: Curious
    Vice: Suspicious
    Voice: Whispery
    Background: Pickpocket
    Misfortune: Disowned
    Alignment: Chaos

    Geth roll 1d20 for armour
    Geth roll 1d20 for shields and helmets
    Geth roll 1d20 for dungeoneering gear
    Geth roll 1d20 for gear 1
    Geth roll 1d20 for gear 2
    Geth roll 1d8 for HP

    armour:
    1d20 7 [1d20=7]
    shields and helmets:
    1d20 13 [1d20=13]
    dungeoneering gear:
    1d20 5 [1d20=5]
    gear 1:
    1d20 20 [1d20=20]
    gear 2:
    1d20 9 [1d20=9]
    HP:
    1d8 4 [1d8=4]

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    discriderdiscrider Registered User regular
    Geth roll 1d8+4 for HP

    HP:
    1d8+4 11 [1d8=7]

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    discriderdiscrider Registered User regular
    edited May 26
    Rolling for the rest, but subject to change:
    Geth roll 1d20 for Face - Impish
    Geth roll 1d20 for Skin - Burn Scar This is apparently the War Paint slot, so that's where that goes.
    Geth roll 1d20 for Hair - Wispy
    Geth roll 1d20 for Clothing - Frumpy Sun's out, Guns out
    Geth roll 1d20 for Speech - Quaint
    Geth roll 1d20 for Misfortune - Abandoned

    Face:
    1d20 11 [1d20=11]
    Skin:
    1d20 3 [1d20=3]
    Hair:
    1d20 20 [1d20=20]
    Clothing:
    1d20 13 [1d20=13]
    Speech:
    1d20 13 [1d20=13]
    Misfortune:
    1d20 1 [1d20=1]

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    Endless_SerpentsEndless_Serpents Registered User regular
    edited June 12
    Alright! I’ll make an in-character thread tomorrow some time. No rush to get started, and one post a day is okay. This will remain open as our out-of-character thread indefinitely—though I’m down for you putting immediately pertinent out-of-character stuff in italics in the other thread, like so:
    Sera leaps onto the back of the wyvern!

    If I die, I want a good funeral, okay?

    Her drawn sword digs into the creature’s scaly back, giving her some purchase.

    Is that an attack roll or considered part of the jump?

    More players can turn up any time, and they’ll arrive on the island by their own canoe after you lot.

    ———

    For the purposes of your opening quest, I say you’re all in the same party. After that you’ll hop in here whenever you want to play and I’ll figure it out.

    The 1st Party
    @Albino Bunny as Irina the Shrewd
    @joshgotro as Malosi
    @El Skid as Phil
    @discrider as Jenna Fei

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s5nF7qY5ZEk

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    El SkidEl Skid The frozen white northRegistered User regular
    edited May 27
    El Skid wrote: »
    Name: Phil
    Gender: Male

    Str: 11 (+1)
    Dex: 15(+5)
    Con: 16 (+6)
    Int: 15 (+5)
    Wis: 12 (+2)
    Cha: 14 (+4)

    Defences: 12
    HP:10

    Items:

    Crossbow (d8, 3 slots, 3 quality)
    Gambeson (12 def, 3 quality)
    Chalk, 10
    Pulleys
    Nails
    Tar pot

    Physique: willowy
    Face: Ratlike
    Skin: Pale
    Hair: Wispy
    Clothing: Antique

    Virtue: Curious
    Vice: Suspicious
    Voice: Whispery
    Background: Pickpocket
    Misfortune: Disowned
    Alignment: Chaos

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    HeavyVillainHeavyVillain Registered User regular
    i don't really have time to play another game right now (says the guy who just joined a phalla) but I will be watching this with great interest and would love to pop in later down the line. That is a great OP too

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    discriderdiscrider Registered User regular
    @El Skid it looks like you can roll for a second piece of dungeoneering equipment.

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    El SkidEl Skid The frozen white northRegistered User regular
    discrider wrote: »
    @El Skid it looks like you can roll for a second piece of dungeoneering equipment.

    Didn’t see that thanks!

    Geth roll 1d20 for 2nd dungeoneering gear

    2nd dungeoneering gear:
    1d20 2 [1d20=2]

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    Endless_SerpentsEndless_Serpents Registered User regular
    I’ll eventually do portraits of every character in that style, I’m just letting you settle into it. I’ve got your description down, but a bit of personality needs to grow first!

    Yo disc you need a name, but you can do that in your first post in character.

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    Endless_SerpentsEndless_Serpents Registered User regular
    We have the start of our very first adventure, but if you wanna sign on and wait for about 3-5 players go for it!

    Check it out here if you want to read along:
    https://forums.penny-arcade.com/discussion/250428/knave-ic-hitting-the-beach#latest

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    discriderdiscrider Registered User regular
    edited June 14
    Any thoughts on whether we should be bolstering our food supply before heading out, by tackling these birds?
    Or do we think we'll have enough success at the new location that we can rustle up food when we get there?
    I think we've only got two days of food on each of us.

    I'm sort of of the opinion that we don't just land and start murderin'.

    (I would suggest trying to ride them, but they seem .. ungainly)

    Aggregated stat block:
    Jenna Fei

    Str: 15 (+5)
    Dex: 12 (+2)
    Con: 14 (+4)
    Wis: 11 (+1)
    Int: 16 (+6)
    Cha: 13 (+3)

    HP: 9/11
    Armour: 12 (+2)

    Gear (7/14):
    No armour
    Helmet (+1 defense)
    Sack
    Lantern
    Saw
    fake gems
    Hogfather's longsword (1d10, 2h, 3q)

    Chalk (0 slots)

    Character
    Physique: Ripped
    Virtue: Disciplined
    Vice: Arrogant
    Background: Mercenary
    Misfortune: Abandoned

    Face: Impish
    Skin: War Paint
    Hair: Wispy
    Clothing: Where we're going we don't need sleeves. Currently thinking Moana, but with shoes. And a Kakomora helmet.
    Speech: I don't know what Quaint is.
    Height: Average
    Age: As young as would have been invited on expedition. Or whatever 2 on 2d6 is. But she's a Merc, so presumably there's some experience?

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    Endless_SerpentsEndless_Serpents Registered User regular
    Just a general reminder to ask questions. I won’t list every possible thing in a post because I’m human, but rather than assume you have to Perception check it, just ask.

    You can also pick up anything that’s not nailed down, even if it doesn’t make sense as a Game Item. You want carry around mud? Mud, 1 slot, ruining your pack. You want… more mud? Fill up your slots to the max if you so desire.

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    joshgotrojoshgotro Deviled Egg The Land of REAL CHILIRegistered User regular
    I am horrible at naming conventions someone swoop in here please.

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    Endless_SerpentsEndless_Serpents Registered User regular
    Swoopiner.

    I’ll add what knowledge you’ve gleaned to first posts in here, which is going to grow into a bestiary you can use as in-character knowledge.

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    Endless_SerpentsEndless_Serpents Registered User regular
    Pretty obvious note but in this game you gotta make sure you put stuff in your inventory as you get it. Your class is essentially what you have on you, which makes it interesting when you have to travel lighter to get more loot. It’s pretty cool for what it is, because you can even swap class features around with each other since they’re always objects.

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    discriderdiscrider Registered User regular
    So, how does Phil's foot heal?

    And I guess we should look at this cooking thing.

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    Endless_SerpentsEndless_Serpents Registered User regular
    edited June 19
    Because it’s funny I think he might want to be pushed around tomorrow, but can get up whenever he likes.

    If you wanna cook, cook!

    You know… there’s a risk of it being lost as a consequence of your actions, but the Philbarrow can probably hold 6 slots worth of stuff once he’s ready to walk again. Risky, but could be worth using from time to time! Just thinking aloud, I’ll check the thread later to see if I’ve already said what it can carry.

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    El SkidEl Skid The frozen white northRegistered User regular
    It would indeed be strange for Phil's foot to just start working so soon... He might have to stay in the Philbarrow for a bit longer... :D

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    Endless_SerpentsEndless_Serpents Registered User regular
    So, for those that wanna continue, where you heading? Theres some obvious picks, but there’s nothing saying you can point at a hex on the map and just go.

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    discriderdiscrider Registered User regular
    Jenna is for probably going past Fort Rider before heading to the Bear Shrine.
    She's not 100% sure she can take a demon yet, and perhaps there's more information about the whole deal at their people's ancestral home.
    And it's sort of on the way.

    Really, asking Digging Bear where to set up was to ask for permission to camp. But now that's he's given it, Jenna's not completely sold on going straight for the demon.

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    Albino BunnyAlbino Bunny Jackie Registered User regular
    I'm down for going to Fort Rider. If nothing else it might be a practical place to set up something semi permenant rather than camping out under trees.

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    Endless_SerpentsEndless_Serpents Registered User regular
    Well I reckon that settles it. I’ll do an update tonight, no rush to reply on a weekend though.

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    discriderdiscrider Registered User regular
    Ok. Kid is no longer sick, house is settling. Let's have another look at this

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