View Poll Results: What type of game do you play?

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  • Mostly domain level play

    9 17.65%
  • Mostly adventure level play

    14 27.45%
  • Mix of both domain and adventure level play

    26 50.98%
  • Other - please provide details

    1 1.96%
  • Abstain

    1 1.96%
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    Birthright Developer irdeggman's Avatar
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    What type of game do you play?

    Just trying to capture the break down of the masses here.
    Duane Eggert

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    Senior Member The Swordgaunt's Avatar
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    My last campaign was a mix of domain and adventure, the one I'm currently running is (so far) character based. It has plenty of domain-level factors as a back-drop, though. So, obvously, I went with the Mix-alternative.
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    the game I am planning starts with a pure adventure focus. Through the actions of several NPCs, the PCs are forced into control over a domain. From then on the game will have a domain focus.

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    Moo! Are you happy now? Arjan's Avatar
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    when we still played BR, i let the players roleplay the domain turns, so they had to think on how to handle things... and even end up in an adventure because of it, not just rulling the dice.
    Te audire non possum. Musa sapientum fixa est in aure.

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    Not currently running a game in Birthright, but three
    folks and myself are planning to start one next month.

    We are using the Birthright setting as truly as we
    can; but not starting with any characters being
    blooded. Love of the setting makes it fun to
    adventure there!

    Never know when someone may become blooded in one way
    or another! A thief in a game I played in before
    kidnapped a blooded scion`s family members and forced
    his way to becoming a scion by way of investing the
    power of the ruler...can`t remember the Brecht realm
    he took over...


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    I'm putting in "mix" here, but actually this depends a lot on the campaign...some campaigns focus more on the domain play, while others are 100% adventure style (however, even those games have a clear domain backdrop, only the players are not in charge of any domains).
    Cheers
    Bjørn
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    Adventure level that ends up with some domain holdings.

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