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    PCs in my live-session campaign will soon be awarded an estate for
    helping in war. I plan to give them a law holding and a province in the
    realm they helped. My problem is what domain rules to apply to this.

    As we already know, provinces and law holdings generate GB and RP, but
    the rules cover only the part the goes to the liege lord, the overall
    ruler of the realm. It is only a part of true taxation, and the other
    part logically goes to the local noble who administers the land. My
    question is what part of taxation and RP income would go to my players?

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    ----- Original Message -----
    From: "Milos Rasic" <mrasic@TEHNICOM.NET>
    Sent: Tuesday, May 21, 2002 8:39 PM


    > PCs in my live-session campaign will soon be awarded an estate for
    > helping in war. I plan to give them a law holding and a province in the
    > realm they helped. My problem is what domain rules to apply to this.

    When I use multiple levels of lords like this, the minor lord gets half RP
    and half the GB he would if he were a regular ruler. The high overlord (so
    as to have barons and dukes as vassals) gets half the RP of all his vassals.

    Kenneth Gauck
    kgauck@mchsi.com

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    This is the reason I`m working on my generic domain system. It will be
    able to handle scales as small as individual towns and cities, and be
    alot more granular than the boxed set rules. I just posted my latest on
    the system today, under "Theo`s Generic Domain System - update". Check
    it out and give me your feedback. Within a couple of weeks I`ll have
    that part finalized and will be defining domain actions.

    Milos Rasic wrote:
    > PCs in my live-session campaign will soon be awarded an estate for
    > helping in war. I plan to give them a law holding and a province in the
    > realm they helped. My problem is what domain rules to apply to this.
    >
    > As we already know, provinces and law holdings generate GB and RP, but
    > the rules cover only the part the goes to the liege lord, the overall
    > ruler of the realm. It is only a part of true taxation, and the other
    > part logically goes to the local noble who administers the land. My
    > question is what part of taxation and RP income would go to my players?


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    I introduced the manor (badly named but still) holding to cope with this
    sort of problem. But you knew that already, didn`t you?

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    [mailto:BIRTHRIGHT-L@ORACLE.WIZARDS.COM] On Behalf Of Milos Rasic
    Sent: 22. mai 2002 03:39
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    Subject: PCs as minor nobles

    PCs in my live-session campaign will soon be awarded an estate for
    helping in war. I plan to give them a law holding and a province in the
    realm they helped. My problem is what domain rules to apply to this.

    As we already know, provinces and law holdings generate GB and RP, but
    the rules cover only the part the goes to the liege lord, the overall
    ruler of the realm. It is only a part of true taxation, and the other
    part logically goes to the local noble who administers the land. My
    question is what part of taxation and RP income would go to my players?

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