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  1. #1
    finnsson
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    constellations

    Hi,

    I thought that characters born under different constellations should
    have different advantages. The problem with this is that there are
    different constellations depending on the culture you are in, but I
    think it could be a funny idea anyway.
    I think is should be rather weak advantages.
    Anyone out there with idea on constellations and advantages?

    //Finnsson

  2. #2
    Craig Dalrymple
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    constellations

    - -----Original Message-----
    From: finnsson
    To: birthright@mpgn.com
    Date: Sunday, May 09, 1999 7:47 AM
    Subject: [BIRTHRIGHT] - constellations


    >Hi,
    >
    >I thought that characters born under different constellations should
    >have different advantages. The problem with this is that there are
    >different constellations depending on the culture you are in, but I
    >think it could be a funny idea anyway.
    >I think is should be rather weak advantages.
    >Anyone out there with idea on constellations and advantages?
    >
    >//Finnsson


    I'd just base it around the Zodiac for simplicity. You can change the
    constellations and their names around the ones present in
    each culture, and just use the zodiac symbols that make sense
    for a base around what each Cerilian constellation would
    represent.

    Or you can go it another way entirely :)

    Craig

  3. #3
    breye
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    constellations

    Well, in my last BR Campaign, I made people roll 3d6 Straight, and allowed them
    to swap 1 score with a 16 (to insure that they were able to play a character
    type that they were at least interested in). I had toyed with the idea of
    using a bit of astrology in the game by letting different star signs to re-roll
    the low die on one stat and force them to re-roll the high die on another.

    Bry

    finnsson wrote:

    > Hi,
    >
    > I thought that characters born under different constellations should
    > have different advantages. The problem with this is that there are
    > different constellations depending on the culture you are in, but I
    > think it could be a funny idea anyway.
    > I think is should be rather weak advantages.
    > Anyone out there with idea on constellations and advantages?
    >
    > //Finnsson
    > ************************************************** *************************
    > >

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