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07-30-1997, 05:32 PM #1Michael Gerard KothakotaGuest
If a regent is killed, do his heirs take over the vassalage that their
predecessor did? I mean, do they keep the same vassals?
"Of course I'd think better of you if you were dead....Better you than me!"
Justin Paul Overbaugh
07-30-1997, 11:22 PM #firstname.lastname@example.org (JesGuest
>If a regent is killed, do his heirs take over the vassalage that their
>predecessor did? I mean, do they keep the same vassals?
I think that the heirs gain control of the entire domain - which IMHO
includes any vassals, or other alliances, unless the heir (or the
vassal/ally) decides to break those off. This would be due to the egency
abiding in the land, so anything that the regent commits to is recorded in
the land (in the same way that the regent can collect RP for controlling the
aka: Jes, Bolt, Araqyl, Jeremiah, Jeremy Hinoski.
07-30-1997, 11:40 PM #3Frederic LavalleeGuest
Michael Gerard Kothakota wrote:
> If a regent is killed, do his heirs take over the vassalage that their
> predecessor did? I mean, do they keep the same vassals?
> "Of course I'd think better of you if you were dead....Better you than me!"
> Justin Paul Overbaugh
One that one, and with a little logic, i would say yes. You see, when a
king died, the next kin of blood (most of the time his child) got the
mantle of regency. I assume in birthright, it is the same. BUT, some
people, let's say a 34 years old duke, won't like a bit being gouverned
by a mere 16 old boy (have you ever seen EXCALIBUR or read the the tale
of the knights of the round table?). Here again, it is the DM that has
the final word.
By the way, other things could put a knife in a successor: his
alignement, his age, what he has done, the ennemy of his father...
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