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7th Sea Live Play

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I'm thinking of starting a 7th Sea campaign, but I haven't used the system before. I was wondering if anyone knew of a good live play available online I could watch to get a feel of how the game plays?

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War of the Cross

Reddit Feeds - Wed, 01/25/2023 - 20:47

Does anybody know the clear history of the War of the Cross in Theah? I'm going through the rulebook and can't find any concrete information.

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The “Colonies” Book

Reddit Feeds - Mon, 01/23/2023 - 07:39

The manuscript for 10,000 nations (formerly known as the Colonies) was released to backers a while ago.

While it was a good read, it felt very disconnected to the map originally released. Hopefully a revised map gets released at some point.

It seems they are pulling back from the idea that the Woven Lands have been colonized extensively by Theans, as it has been in the Atabean. There are colonies, but just not as many. It does match what we seen in other books - stronger indigenous cultures and foreign intrusion.

Anyone else read the manuscript? What did you think?

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7th Sea - in the One Piece world?

Reddit Feeds - Mon, 01/09/2023 - 02:33

Hi! I was wondering if anyone has tried (or would be interested in trying) to play or make a One Piece (a magic pirate anime) hack for 7th Sea? Obviously the world of Theah is very important to the game, but I think the game itself would work really really well in the OP setting/style. At least a lot better than the 5e hacks I’ve seen.

Anyone have any opinions on this?

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Looking for a sorcery type

Reddit Feeds - Thu, 12/22/2022 - 02:07

Hi, I’m new to 2nd edition, and supposed to begin playing a game in January. I’m looking for a sorcery based around the telling of stories. If that exists? Additionally, I’m looking for a sorcery type that is focused around improving the group and buffing if that exists and someone could point me in the right direction I would greatly appreciate it.

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Where This System Shines

Reddit Feeds - Tue, 12/20/2022 - 14:51

What the title says. I am curious about running this system, but am not sure what style of play it truly shines best in.

Is it better to be honorable characters, ala 3 musketeers? Or pirates? What is the "typical" vibe for this game, other than being a power fantasy?

Further, what are the best adventures made fpr this system, and why do you think so?

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1st edition sourcbooks

Reddit Feeds - Tue, 12/20/2022 - 04:14

I looking for all of the 1st edition sourcebooks. Can someone give me a list?

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A new Hierophant

Reddit Feeds - Mon, 12/19/2022 - 09:37

My group wants to fix the world and the inquisition is high on their list of things that need to be fixed. Killing Cardinal Verdugo would not be enough to end the inquisition and might even make things worse! Only a new Hierophant can truly leash them. Is there a spot in the books that talks about what would need to be done to accomplish this? I remember reading that The Emperor had imprisoned the highest church members from Montaine so they couldn't attend a vote. What steps would you require in a game you were running?

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Nacht sorcery and buildings

Reddit Feeds - Mon, 12/12/2022 - 12:22

in the description of the dark paths it says that there are no man-made structures around, but there are shadows of them. does that mean if you enter the paths above ground level you fall to your death? or if you enter below ground level do you suffocate in the ground?

what did you rule at your game table?

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Looking for a list of the Dueling Schools for 2nd Ed

Reddit Feeds - Wed, 12/07/2022 - 09:05

I have been looking for a list of the Dueling Schools so that I can have it as a resource, ideally with which books they are in. I am still very new to 2nd Ed.

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Vendel gods

Reddit Feeds - Sun, 12/04/2022 - 15:37

Hello guys. I wanted to made a religious Vendel character, but in the handbook (I own the base one) I couldn't find any specific informations about the gods, beside the fact that there are more than one and that the Allfather is the main god.

Are there any descriptions or at least a list of the gods? Thanks you in advance!

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Does anyone remember this rule?

Reddit Feeds - Thu, 11/24/2022 - 14:52

I remember seeing a variant rule in one of the Seventh Sea supplements about a "Promoted Brute", something like that... It was about hypothetical Brutemontes who rise to prominence and make their way as "most prominent characters", does anyone know where I can find this rule?

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[2e] Raises and Sorcery

Reddit Feeds - Sat, 11/19/2022 - 03:09

Made characters and tried a mini combat tonight. It was pretty bumpy but we managed.

My question is about sorcery during an Action Sequence. Does performing a sorcery cost a Raise?

I could not find anything that our limits on a player’s Strega. Yet, it sure felt like an action to me and would therefore cost a Raise.

Or does the cost of a Hero Point and a Lash suffice?

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New to Game: Homebrew and 1e

Reddit Feeds - Sun, 11/13/2022 - 13:00

I have just purchased the 7th Sea book and am preparing to run a none-shot in the next few weeks. However, as I have looked for online tips, there really seems to be a confusion. To add to that, the YouTube live play games don’t seem consistent in how to run the rules (particularly Raises).

Two questions: 1) What are some rules that many people homebrew to change or add to the rules in the book?

2) What are the benefits (if any) in reading the First Edition rulebooks?

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