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If you're interested in purchasing these 100 "blah, blah, blah" you'll find in a Thèah themed book you may as well buy the bundle and save yourself some money.

Thu, 03/23/2023 - 10:52

I am not affiliated with the author, drive-thru-rpg or anyone else. I'm just a fan who followed a link from one of the other posts and saw the bundle. /Shrug

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Where is Quanahlotye?

Wed, 03/15/2023 - 08:37

Looking for more information! Was the book of Quanahlotye ever completed or released?

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Higher Res World Map?

Tue, 03/14/2023 - 14:02

I found this world map but needed it in higher resolution. Does anyone have a link for a higher res version?


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NPCs based on historical figures?

Mon, 03/13/2023 - 10:41

Is there a list somewhere of NPCs that are based directly, or at least modeled after, actual historical figures?

Some of them are obvious, particularly some of the rulers:
- Queen Elaine is Queen Elizabeth I (mashed up with King Arthur);
- Empereur Leon is a mix of Louis XIV and Louis XVI;
- Gaius Ilya is Ivan the Terrible and his wife Katerina is Catherine the Great;
- Cardinal Verdugo is Tomas de Torquemada with a dash of Cardinal Richelieu

Then there's the famed Avalonian playwright Montgomery Peerson, who is clearly William Shakespeare, or young Eisen musical prodigy Wolffrond von Hazel, an obvious stand-in for Mozart.

But I feel like there are other direct parallels I might be missing, so I was curious if anyone had seen or compiled a list somewhere. Like, I can tell just from his picture that Reimar Derviny is supposed to be Rene Descartes. But is every member of the Invisible College similarly based on some historical scientific figure? Is Alvara Arciniega supposed to be someone in particular, or is he a largely fictional creation? (I'm using 1st edition, not sure if any of this applies to 2nd edition still, but I have to imagine it does at least somewhat.)

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Ok can someone explain something to me?

Sun, 03/12/2023 - 21:48

So a long time ago I found a pdf saying that it is 7th Sea second edition, it sounds really cool so we decide to look into playing it. Well it turns out this 7th Sea second edition is completely different from actual 7th Sea 2nd edition.

As in, Sarmation Commonwealth doesn't exist in the pdf I found. And you could have a skill at 1.

Does anyone know wtf this is? Am I allowed to link it here? I'm so confused.

Am I just looking at a strange version of 1st Edition claiming to be 2nd?

EDIT: It turns out it was a fan made 1.5 edition basically. It was a collection of house rules someone had made to update the game for the "modern" (2009) era.

Here's the link

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New to the game, first session tomorrow

Mon, 03/06/2023 - 13:22

I have a few questions, Is there a school of fighting for pugilism in second edition, if so where would I find that.

I'm looking to build a Doctor/pugilist Chozeh that uses the twelve promises found in the crescent empire. Any insight on how to mechanically develop that would be greatly appreciated.

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