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  1. Thanks for the link. Broad strokes, I was hoping...

    Thanks for the link. Broad strokes, I was hoping for a more detailed and definitive break down, but it is a beginning to work with, I may pursue the idea myself.

    Might make for a very interesting...
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    And in reply to Rowan, and those posts just above...

    And in reply to Rowan, and those posts just above his, what we are talking about is the DM and players choosing to make the setting their own.

    I'm sorry I can't see the issue more clearly, as it...
  3. Jaleela and ncs

    Would love to see those new realms entered into the BR wiki, sounds like the two of you have put a lot of effort into their development and I would love to see the results!
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    Spices, fungi, dried fruits

    I would say anything that grows in that region of the world that does not grow in the heartlands would be in big demand (whether for spell components or for eating).

    Ivory Carvings, rare animal...
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    Please let us do so: So this is a recent...

    Please let us do so:



    So this is a recent joinee to Birthright, WELCOME by the way!

    Her question, as I interpret it (and I freely admit I may be wrong in my interpretation) is: Why are most...
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    What I would like to see, is more than the...

    What I would like to see, is more than the opinion of one or two women.
    I would think it would be wise to seek out the opinion of those women who have played the game, have a background with it,...
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    TSR #3102. Sword and Crown TSR #3142. King of...

    TSR #3102. Sword and Crown

    TSR #3142. King of the Giantdowns

    Giantdowns is a great entry into Birthright for D&D players unused to the setting, it allows you to transfer from the hack+slash...
  8. As some noted in here, it is the perception by...

    As some noted in here, it is the perception by many to see the game as a "Strategic Game" in the sense that the video game portrayed it.

    For some its about taking provinces, and winning the war,...
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    That in a nutshell, is it. It's a fantasy...

    That in a nutshell, is it.

    It's a fantasy game, it gives you a foundation, a set amount of facts and ideas, nothing in the game says a woman cannot be Emperor or Wizard or High Marshal... its...
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    Are the responses here more a reflection of our own interpretations and biases?

    After considering the sum total of this thread, I must agree with the above more than any other poster/perspective.

    Consider that the White Witch is female, and there is no apology made for it in...
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    The Prince and the Archduke - continued

    http://www.birthright.net/forums/showthread.php?2968-The-Prince-and-the-Archduke&p=34869#post34869

    I wanted to respond, and found out I couldn't, so I created a new thread to this topic which I...
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    Dark Ages or Middle Ages

    If I were to pick a movie that suited the timeframe of Anuire I would pick The Name of the Rose my second would be kingdom of heaven

    Now based on the population sizes BR, you may want to defer...
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    I would suggest Alcazar Segovia spain or ...

    I would suggest

    Alcazar Segovia spain

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    Carcassonne France

    They are both built above nearby towns, Carcassonne has more of a brooding intimidating look, and also looks impregnable...
  14. Thread: we are back!

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    Doing Great

    You've all done a great job, love the new looks and new info!
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    Hearty Thanks

    I want to thank all those that have worked on BRwiki, its fantastic to see it not only kept alive, but ever growing and improving... it has come a long way, and has some great contributors.
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    Did a speed read only, it seems to be an...

    Did a speed read only, it seems to be an excellent piece, I look forward to sitting down sometime next week and delving into it fully.

    Thank you for making it available.
  17. Thread: Blooded Undead?

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    I am not sure there is agreement that Scions do...

    I am not sure there is agreement that Scions do keep their Bloodline when ressurected. I think, again, that there are a lot of vague areas in BR so that a GM can take it in whatever direction he...
  18. Thread: Battle Elves

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    Some snippets I found, just food for thought...

    Some snippets I found, just food for thought -ref. Races of the Wild

    Designer Skip Williams (along with such D&D luminaries as Rich Baker, David Noonan, Jesse Decker, Gwendolyn Kestrel, Penny...
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    I agree, a point I was going to bring up. As...

    I agree, a point I was going to bring up.

    As described in the S&C, it sounded as if there were a population of elves above ground, and a larger population of Orogs below. The combined population...
  20. Thread: Battle Elves

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    What I'm trying to say, IMO, is no more difficult...

    What I'm trying to say, IMO, is no more difficult to recognize and accept, than saying ocean-faring-ships don't work to well in the mountians.

    And I've given plausable examples of why Humans were...
  21. Thread: Battle Elves

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    Are you trying to make my argument for me? We...

    Are you trying to make my argument for me?

    We are discussing the elves' ability to make pin cushions out of knights stumbling around in a dense forest.

    20 elves with elven bows, would have no...
  22. Thread: Battle Elves

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    :rolleyes: Well thats how it works in reality....

    :rolleyes: Well thats how it works in reality. least from my RL experiences.

    A few good, well prepared men, can make mince meat out of a conventional army unit that doesn't have the advantage of...
  23. Thread: Battle Elves

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    You give me an elf or two that can cast Entangle...

    You give me an elf or two that can cast Entangle and Fog spells (low enuf level spells) and a handful of good Archers, and I'll wipe out an entire unit of some 200+ Knights and their Priests.

    The...
  24. Thread: Battle Elves

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    Its not so much about levels, my mistake for not...

    Its not so much about levels, my mistake for not making that clearer earlier.

    IMO it doesn't matter if the elves are 2nd, 3rd, 4th levels...

    What point I'm attempting to make, has more to do...
  25. Thread: Battle Elves

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    kgauck, I give you that if humans fully...

    kgauck,

    I give you that if humans fully mobilized, bringing with them catapults, a powerful wizard or two, Priests... the whole works... then they could assault the edges of a Elf domain, slowly...
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