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  • Raids

    h3. Step 1: Choose a Target Decide where you want to raid. Is it the neighboring manor? A Saxon-occupied city? Or even a daring raid to the mainland? h3. Step 2: Determine Target’s Difficulty Difficulty is an abstract measure of the target’s …

  • Weapons

    h3. Summary There are so many ways that people can kill each other in the world, it's important to note how they interact and differ with each other. Here is a list of all weapons currently approved for use in the GPC. The "standard" rules for a …

  • Pugnacious Knights

    h3. Background The pugnacious knight is brave (*Valorous*), even foolhardy (*Reckless*). He knows there is nothing more important than his good name (*Proud*), avenging slights against it (*Vengeful*). Pugnacious knights uphold the practice of largesse …

  • APP Rules

    h3. Basics Appearance is one’s exterior look, being visual and thus entirely outward and superficial. Appearance provokes deep responses in human beings, automatic and normally outside of our awareness, never mind being within our control. (Exceptions …

  • Spousal Solos

    Every year, level up your spouse as you would your Player Knight. This should only be done if you haven't played your Spouse during the previous game year of course. The steps for a Spouse Solo are as follows. h3. 1 - *Roll a d6* and get the …

  • Building Modifications

    h2. Description Since we've bought Book of the Estate, the system for landholding has been changed from how income is calculated. Annual Maintenance seems to have been removed, and things give more reliable income. This page is meant to catalogue some …

  • Equipment Prices

    h2. Description You might not be able to buy magic swords or potions, but you can buy mundane things here. Most of this is just equipment for knights, and as of the start of the campaign not all of it is available. All weapons will be normally …

  • Character Generation

    h2. Description So due to my failure in basic reading comprehension, plus wanting you to have characters that we are all happy with, here are the *official* rules for statting up your characters, effective as of Anarchy. They *have* been updated since …

  • Romantic Knights

    The romantic knight knows there is more to love than physicality (*Chaste*), and is forgiving of their partner's faults (*Forgiving*) as well as confident that their love will stand the test of time (*Trusting*). They know that romance should never be …

  • Standards of Maintenance

    h2. Description It costs money to maintain yourself! This is a discussion of all of the things that take up money for you, as well as how the different levels of maintenance will affect your life. h3. Mandatory Expenses These are the breakdown of …

  • The Goblet Knights

    h2. Background Following the adventure of [[Year 480 - The Finest Wine in the World | The Finest Wine in the World]], four knights recovered a magical goblet, as well as "rescued" a lady from her cruel and unjust imprisonment. The four knights then …

  • Battle Theory

    h2. Step 1: Determine Size of Raid: (Roll 1d6) * 1: Small Raid - Bands of Brigands and Looters ** Glory: 50 ** Enemy Battle: -5 to enemy skill ** Battle Events: 1 ** Default Knights/Lineage/Levy: 5/15/150 * 2-5: Normal Raid - Large Raiding …

  • Siege Rules

    Taken from "http://shirosrpg.blogspot.com/2010/04/pendragon-siege-rules.html":http://shirosrpg.blogspot.com/2010/04/pendragon-siege-rules.html h2. Pendragon Siege Table At the start of the siege, the GM determines the Siege Intensity, which should …

  • Manor Fortifications

    h1. Background The Rules so far regarding fortifying your manor seem a little bit lacking, so I am trying to clarify them here. These are not formalized yet, and I reserve the right to change them at any time. Glory for your Manor is capped at 100, …

  • Bizarre Feast Dishes

    h2. Summary That bizarre chef that wanders around Logres popping up at every feast has truly cooked up some bizarre dishes in his time. I feel that the greatest of them should be remembered. h2. [[Year 502 - The Remains of Uther Pendragon | Year 502 …

  • Saga Events

    h2. Description Since Saga Events are a depleted factor, I have decided to make the following change. Each Saga can only happen once, and will be claimed by that knight. Afterwards, if you roll the same Saga number, I will instead toss some …

  • Courtesan Ladies

    h3. Background A Courtesan most be focused on raising her own status (*Selfish*), often to the detriment of what society would deem to be her own duties (*Arbitrary*). She moves in political circles, and knows the right words can change the course of …

  • The Round Table

    h2. The Round Table h2. Year 514 Round Table membership is the ultimate success. The Round Table is a body of handpicked knights who serve at Arthur’s personal command. They are chosen because they personify the virtues that Arthur wishes to bring …

  • Siege Perilous

    h2. Backstory The great [[The Round Table | Round Table]] of Britain contains 150 seats for the finest knights in the land, joined in brotherhood to [[:arthur | High King Arthur Pendragon]]. These seats have a plaque with gold writing on the back to …

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