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11-13-1996, 02:11 AM #1
At 12:09 PM 11/12/96 EST, Emanuel Matos(Emanuel.Matos@space.gc.ca)wrote:
>Has anyone ever thought of using the Birthright turns rules and
>create a war game.
Actually BR pretty much is a RPG Wargame. I'll give you its a low impact
Wargame, but its one anyways. I like this because its unique, and lets the
Players switch gaming styles in one session, without having to play a
different game, or, if everyone wants, you can RP all night, or WG all night.
>Anyways, I have started buying the Birthright stuff, but haven't
>found the time to start a campaign yet. Does anyone have a
>campaign going? Are any of the PCs blooded? Regents?
When you start a game I suggest having all your Players be Blooded Regents.
I set all my Players up in one country. Each is Regent of a different type
of Holding. This makes for intense RP. This system has created strong bonds
between my Players, and their Characters. Its almost like we just started
playing AD&D for the first time, again.
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11-13-1996, 10:55 AM #firstname.lastname@example.orgGuest
> Has anyone ever thought of using the Birthright turns rules and
> create a war game (similar to that Dragonlance module that was
> a war game)?
I thought of that. But IMHO, I think the Cerilia is not so good setting
for a simple war game. It's too complex to be handled solely as it.
And also it loses it's flavor. Maybe it's better to design your world.
But again, I am not so fond of a simple war game. So I never tried it.
> Anyways, I have started buying the Birthright stuff, but haven't
> found the time to start a campaign yet. Does anyone have a
> campaign going? Are any of the PCs blooded? Regents?
I have just finished the adventure in "Ruins of Empire". There all
my PCs were blooded regents. But I think it's not suitable for a
novice Birthright players. So I have just re-start the campaign
using Roesone domain source book. Here only one PC is a regent
,that is Marlae Roesone, all other players are non-regents though
they are all blooded(All the PCs wanted to get blood ability).
All other non-regent PCs belong to noble families of the roesone
which are described in the forementioned source book.
Thanks for this list, Alistair.
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