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    At 05:44 PM 12/17/2003 +0100, Michael Romes wrote:



    >Perhaps they refered only to Investiture with "invested"? So that still

    >any creature can become blooded by other means, just not by the

    >Investiture ceremony?



    There`s also a sentence "To steal a bloodline, a creature with a bloodline

    and Intelligence, Wisdom, and Charisma scores of 3 or more must kill a

    blooded creature in a certain way:"... so it seems bloodtheft is also

    excluded as a method, but I suppose you`re right it could still be other

    weird, obscure ways not described in that text--or in the original BR

    materials. One or two awnsheghlien would appear to have devoured their

    bloodtheft victims rather than stabbed them through the heart, so maybe

    something like that would be a better explanation.



    >>"While a scion of Azrai (the evil god) might be looked on with suspicion,

    >>he is no more or less predisposed to evil than a half-orc." I`m not sure

    >>who should be insulted there... scions of Azrai or half-orcs?

    >

    >Mmmh, perhaps no insult, but a sly try to push half-orcs into the

    >Birthright setting as a vanguard for gnomes and Cerilian

    >half-dragon/half-Minotaur Monks? ;-)



    Ah, yes, of course. I should have seen it....



    Gary

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    Originally posted by ConjurerDragon@Dec 18 2003, 12:13 AM
    Mmmh, perhaps no insult, but a sly try to push half-orcs into the

    Birthright setting as a vanguard for gnomes and Cerilian

    half-dragon/half-Minotaur Monks? ;-)

    bye

    Michael
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    I read our copy of 315 and I think the Birthright section is not helpful, nor even that interesting!
    However, it is good to see it included because it will remind others of the setting and maybe some of them will find their way here.
    O hark, O hear! How thin and clear,
    And thinner, clearer, farther going!
    O sweet and far from cliff and scar
    The Horns of Sielwode faintly blowing!

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    The new issue of Dragon (316) is featuring espionage. There are articles

    for players, for DM`s using espionage, one on gear, scrying, and non-rogues

    participating in espionage. In addition the Wyrm`s turn is on the appeal of

    espionage as a subject, and the Sage Advice discusses grappling.



    Kenneth Gauck

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