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    Birthright 5e

    After one year of running a 5e Birthright campaign, I have collected bits and pieces from a lot of 5e Birthright conversions and would like to post my houserules as a whole here.

    For realm management we are using the 2e Rules and for Mass Battles the excellent 3.0 edition conversion.

    I want to give thanks to Marsupialmancer, callinostros, Morten Helles, zcthu3 and Duck Call Lass for their effords and inspiration.

    https://www.gmbinder.com/share/-LN3rKleBZ2iky2-D4PH

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    I like it. Especially the realm magic section is neat and maybe a better reference than the 2e which are all around several supplements.

    In the booklet you mention you will refer to how you handled bloodlines but I didn't spot anything abt it further down. Anything new to mention on that?

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    Glad that you like it, after several different variations we settled on using the default bloodline rules, the only difference being the bloodline powers themselves. So everything else is per the Birthright rulebook (Derivation, #of abilities etc).

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