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Starting wealth for pirates?

Sat, 10/08/2022 - 19:15

I've started a new group as members of The Brotherhood of the Cost but what is their starting wealth and would they have a basic salary?

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Thank you for checking out our streams over the last few weeks!

Wed, 10/05/2022 - 14:35

Hello, this is Richard, producer of the streams for twitch.tv/entropyincreasesRPG.

We've been posting here to help raise awareness of our fledgling TTRPG Project - and we very much appreciate the time anyone here has spent checking us out and commenting on our posts!

We hope to see you again in the future! Who knows, we may return to this system someday!

Thank you so much, and godspeed!

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is Duman'kir sorcery one of the Bargainer's arts?

Wed, 10/05/2022 - 02:39

the text mentions some legendary figure (Dur-Kan) who all Duman'kir sorcerers are descended from, but not who he was or where he came from. is it possible, given what we know about the Bargain, that one of the senators made their way from Numa to the Crescent territories? we know, for example, that part of what would become the crescent empire was under Numan control, just like castille and montaigne were. if sorcery-wielding senators controlled those territories, might it be possible that one of them controlled part of the crescents and later re-named himself?

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The Wrong Side of the Wall: Tossed Ashore, Session 06 (FINAL) - Tonight @ 7:30 pm ET

Wed, 09/21/2022 - 15:42

"If you don't like the rules, then you change the game..."

The crew of the Selene is going to spend their last hours fighting fate itself, trying to find the secret of the Orbs and exactly why an Elvish Duke is looking for them...

https://preview.redd.it/z6g2xm49m9p91.png?width=2295&format=png&auto=webp&s=302a9e22d3561e9f43dbdd96c528292806ab1d5b

In the next 30 weeks, we will discover a number of odd and exciting places. We take on a new system, make new characters, and find a new setting to be explored every 5 weeks.

Catch our FINAL session of The Wrong Side of the Wall: Tossed Ashore, a new foray into the tabletop RPG landscape, starting tonight @ 6pm ET on twitch.tv/EntropyIncreasesRPG !

We bring you more than just a session of DND. This is the end of a world.

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Do you need to have maps for this game?

Thu, 09/15/2022 - 19:13

I have the core rule book (2e) and want to run a game soon. From what I understand of action scenes, I’m not sure whether or not I should be drawing battle maps for combat encounters. Do you guys use them or no?

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Need adventures

Fri, 09/09/2022 - 18:28

My gaming group is getting back into 7th Sea after many years away. Ok, so my wife and I are introducing our kids to 7th Sea. We played years ago and over time people left the group.

Is there any place I can get one shot adventures? Preferably for free? We've got and played all the 1e stuff. But I'd like something new.

Why not create my own? A couple of reasons. Time. And I don't know how to balance the adventure anymore. I'm afraid of making it too easy or too hard.

Thanks.

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The Wrong Side of the Wall: Tossed Ashore, Session 05 - Tonight @ 7:30 pm ET

Wed, 09/07/2022 - 19:01

The crew of the Selene signed the contract to another job, this time given out by a mysterious Elf of the Winter Court - enter a place warded against his kind, and steal a bauble. It sounds like a trap, but there may be no other options...

https://preview.redd.it/t6n1c7g3pim91.png?width=2295&format=png&auto=webp&s=ed2e559d11d5b7f9a8efb08df775e8f5fc165bfa

In the next 30 weeks, we will discover a number of odd and exciting places. We take on a new system, make new characters, and find a new setting to be explored every 5 weeks.

Catch our next session of The Wrong Side of the Wall: Tossed Ashore, a new foray into the tabletop RPG landscape, starting tonight @ 6pm ET on twitch.tv/EntropyIncreasesRPG !

We bring you more than just a session of DND. This could be the end of a world.

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Am I wrong for liking 2e?

Sat, 09/03/2022 - 13:31

I’ve recently gotten into 7th Sea 2e and am planning on running a campaign. Reading through the rules I’m pumped and love the way it works. So unique! One night I’m browsing the internet for stuff to get…

And I come across what (to me and my stoopid brain) seems like 3/4 of the internet telling me 7th Sea 2e is terrible. Sooooo many people crapping on the game for various reasons.

Now I know it shouldn’t be a big deal. But I couldn’t help but be a little disheartened by this. I get so excited and then I’m told that thing I like is trash. Now I’m not so sure…

So tell me. Am I wrong for liking this?

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Got to add a new prop to the setup this session

Sat, 09/03/2022 - 04:21

I'm always a fan of adding props to liven up a session, using mid-journey and photoshop I was able to make a fake wine label. There is a running joke in our game about Wawelec selling lousy wine, thus I went out bought a cheap bottle, and slapped the label on it.

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1 point curse background

Tue, 08/30/2022 - 20:38

I would love some help coming up with a 1 point curse for a character. Castillian swordsman. I am the gm and the player chose one point in curse and one point in amnesia. He wants to be surprised. I'm thinking he was cursed by a gypsy so that anytime his attack roll is 30 or more he does 1 flesh wound to himself. Overall just an annoyance but eventually it will trigger a wound check that could change the course of a fight. Thoughts? What are your idea?

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Artist shares 6 tabletop RPG background music playlists in their page for playing TTRPGs and board games: check it out!

Mon, 08/29/2022 - 18:01

Follow his page for access to the playlists.

Each one is in the 3-4 hour range and they are:

Dungeon Crawling: dark ambiences for setting the mood for exploring labyrinths/caves/catacombs or dark forests etc.;

Crossing The Ocean: for pirate-themed adventures, or any campaign heavy on nautical/river combat;

In The Village: when the group reaches a town, tavern or trading outpost, for generally pacific encounters with villagers and townspeople;

Ruins and Temples: to set the appropriate mood when in sacred places, sacerdotal houses, monuments or exploring sacred ruins, magical buildings or dealing with entities from other planes;

Heroic Fight: for epic battles against powerful dragons, mages, demons or armies, or situations that require heroism from the PCs;

Distant Places: for travels far away from the group’s places of origin, be it distant kingdoms or towns or even other planes.

PS: the playlists are in the bottom of the artist page if you use Spotify mobile.

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The Wrong Side of the Wall: Tossed Ashore, Session 04 - Tonight @ 6pm ET

Mon, 08/29/2022 - 17:00

The crew of the Selene has sailed straight into a trap - their chasing after the Big One has clouded the Captain's judgement, and brough his crew into certain danger. Unless, say, the crown has anything else to say about it...

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This is but the first of many such adventures that take place on what might be a doomed universe. With the help of our players, it may turn out slightly more favourably.

In the next 30 weeks, we will discover a number of odd and exciting places. We take on a new system, make new characters, and find a new setting to be explored every 5 weeks.

Catch our next session of The Wrong Side of the Wall: Tossed Ashore, a new foray into the tabletop RPG landscape, starting tonight @ 6pm ET on twitch.tv/EntropyIncreasesRPG!

We bring you more than just a session of DND. This could be the end of a world.

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I need some help

Sat, 08/27/2022 - 08:12

I'm writing a campaign in a modern day setting with superpower. I started writing convinced on using dnd rules with some homebrew content, but a friend of mine told me that probably the set of rule of 7th sea could make the campaign more realistic and alive. From the perspective of the ones of you that know both the games what do you think is the best one for the campaign and why?

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I need some help

Sat, 08/27/2022 - 08:04

I'm writing a campaign settled in modern days with superheroes. When I was deciding what rule use for the game I tought of DnD and 7th sea. Do you think is possibile to use the set of rule of 7th sea in a modern day setting with superpower?

I ask because I never tried it but a friend of mine think that this can be the right set of rule for the campaign. Thanks for the responses.

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Custom Fencing School opinions sought

Fri, 08/26/2022 - 03:22

I'm musing on a custom school for a fencer character I'm likely to be playing relatively soon and I'm looking for second opinions before I take it to my GM.

It can easily be summarised as "Leegstra's Crash but with a paired rapier-dagger combination"

Mechanically the same, with a new action that allows an additional "slash" attack 1/round.

I'm correct in thinking this isn't a ridiculous ask of my GM, right?

Any opinions on it are appreciated.

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The Wrong Side of the Wall: Tossed Ashore, Session 03 - Tonight @ 7:30pm ET

Wed, 08/17/2022 - 18:39

The crew of the Selene is going after what their Captain calls the "Big One," but they don't know what's going to be in store for them...

https://preview.redd.it/euuk98s5qci91.png?width=2295&format=png&auto=webp&s=d7a1627c279973357a182825e6b303e626f0b3ae

This is but the first of many such adventures that take place on what might be a doomed universe. With the help of our players, it may turn out slightly more favourably.

In the next 30 weeks, we will discover a number of odd and exciting places. We take on a new system, make new characters, and find a new setting to be explored every 5 weeks.

Catch our next session of The Wrong Side of the Wall: Tossed Ashore, a new foray into the tabletop RPG landscape, starting tonight @ 7:30pm ET on twitch.tv/EntropyIncreasesRPG!

We bring you more than just a session of DND. This could be the end of a world.

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