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The Marriage of Count Roderick


Count Roderick seeks a bride. At the request of one of Roderick’s leading diplomats, the Player-knights join a delegation that travels on the Count’s behalf to interview eligible heiresses of Logres. What can the Player-knights learn on these errands? When Count Roderick seeks their impressions, what will they report? Over the course of these years Player-knights may witness the birth of the feud between Count Roderick of Salisbury and Sir Blains, the Steward of Levcomagus, a rival suitor to the hand of Lady Ellen of Wynchbank.

Each part of this free multi-part scenario is designed to be an incidental episode that ought not take more than fifteen minutes to play — that is, it’s not the main scenario of the year but rather a short event that occurs before or after the main activity of the year. These scenarios illustrate how marriages are typically arranged amongst the nobility in King Arthur Pendragon and provide an example of how to play a visit to a court other than the Player-knights’ own. They also offer insights into the infamous rivalry between Salisbury and Levcomagus.

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Roy L December 09, 2015 2:03 am UTC
5/5pendragon games . The Moral qualities of honesty and courage ought to be promoted compare INT, LUCK; AMBITION.I'm not yelling, these words I jot down In such games as Traveler are buz words. See also Rune Quest that has the POWER magic stat magic system that the adversaries of Camlot truth and all good virtues
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