I like your solution.

You may also want to consider group ownership of holdings. Bearcat has
some rules for that on his web-site. The address is

Look for "Domains ruled by Councils"


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From: Glenn Robb[SMTP:GLENNROBB@prodigy.net]
Reply To: birthright@MPGN.COM
Sent: Sunday, October 05, 1997 1:42 PM
To: birthright@MPGN.COM
Subject: [BIRTHRIGHT] - Using BR Adventures for a normal BR Campaign.

Anyway, back to the subject of using BR adventures this way. If I had
Birthright Setting, I would not allow my PCs to be "Captain Kirk." That
Regents who travel all over Creation battling evil, leaving others to do
the work
of ruling their provinces for them. The incidence of trechery is too
great. But
this is the problem in the Birthright Adventures.

I have found a way to get around this. Especially in the first
"Sword and Crown." The PCs are the agents of the Local lord, Earl, or
Baron or
what have you. They have the ear of the Regent, but act as retainers on
hand for
dangerous (re: adventurous) missions. Thus the PCs would have the greatest
amount of freedom as well as have the privledge of hob-nobbing with

What do you think of this approach?

- - Elton Robb