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  • Life as Valet

    Ednoria - - SHARD Combat

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    Once again it's a caste thing. An Honor Guard is Sunborn -- a Valet is trade caste. A Sunborn would be unlikely to want to associate with a member of the trade caste, and it is even more unlikely that a Valet would be hired by a Sunborn. In general, castes stick with their own castes. It's why chefs are often of the Holy caste -- no Sunborn or Holy caste janah would want to eat food prepared by someone from the Trade caste or lower.

  • That's really not true. I started a campaign back when all there was was the first book. Roleplaying is about creativity and imagination -- if there are gaps, it's ok to create what you need. It's called worldbuilding. No matter how in-depth the books are, they will never cover every single detail, and you can't stop a game because the players do something you didn't expect and it's not in the books. (This happens practically every session, by the way!) You simply make something up and move on. …

  • Talons of Kramah

    Ednoria - - World of Dárdünah

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    I think that between all of us, we're creating quite a campaign!

  • Talons of Kramah

    Ednoria - - World of Dárdünah

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    Ancient Egyptians were all about mixing and matching animals and humans. One of my favorite goddesses, Taweret, is a mix of hippo, crocodile, lion/feline, and adult human female. Gods/goddesses in Dardunah stick to one species, it seems, but I bet there are demons that have that mixing of parts. Mummification is pretty interesting, once again could be done by savages/demon worshippers, since most of Dardunah practices cremation. Or, since one of the reasons that cremation is practiced is to free…

  • Nice work! More please.

  • Gen Con Indy 2018

    Ednoria - - Conventions

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    It was great getting to talk to you guys at GenCon! I'm looking forward to all the cool new stuff you're working on! Best, Diane