OOC 3.   Posted by DM.Group: 0
Cass Mordane
 Player, 618 posts
 Opportunist
Thu 30 Jul 2020
at 09:51
Re: OOC 3
Have fun in France!
DM
 GM, 3877 posts
Thu 30 Jul 2020
at 10:16
Re: OOC 3
We will  :)

If nothing else, there will be plenty of good food and wine and I will come back fatter and jollier than I already am!
Cass Mordane
 Player, 620 posts
 Opportunist
Fri 31 Jul 2020
at 09:01
Re: OOC 3
How far does Tusk have to go to grow in size?
When it does can I have Senas make me a special deal on a +2 (8002 gp) instead of a +1?
Would Halfling size buildings only cost half as much BP?
What has it got in its pocketses?
What other questions should I be asking?

This message was last edited by the player at 09:01, Fri 31 July 2020.

DM
 GM, 3884 posts
Fri 31 Jul 2020
at 09:50
Re: OOC 3
How far does Tusk have to go to grow in size?
It grows every Campaign Round -  and when Tusk fills all of its seven districts -  It will grow to be a large city :)

When it does can I have Senas make me a special deal on a +2 (8002 gp) instead of a +1?
No.  I don't understand the question, but it sounds like I should say no.

Would Halfling size buildings only cost half as much BP?
No

What has it got in its pocketses?
Handses

What other questions should I be asking?
Where can I get dried frog pills?  Or something similar.
Cass Mordane
 Player, 621 posts
 Opportunist
Fri 31 Jul 2020
at 10:32
Re: OOC 3
The one time (nearly) at cost magic item. Locked at 6000 gp or less. I believe due to Tusk not yet being a large city effecting economic range. I have finally found a nice item for +1, but +2 would be nicer. And more costly.

Dried frog pills? I thought you were hoarding them to preserve your sanity from pesky gamers. :)
Safiya Vallani
 player, 324 posts
Fri 31 Jul 2020
at 11:04
Re: OOC 3
DM, I can (hopefully) clarify the limit on crafting. You've set it at 6000 gp for Midmarch based on the size of Tusk:

quote:
3) Magic Crafters will be able to buy material Components worth 75% of the base value of Tusk.


Tusk is a small city, so it has a value of 4000 gp, 75% sets the maximum component value to 3000 gp, or item value to double that - 6000 gp. So, going by that, Safiya / Senas can't craft an item worth 8000 gp until Tusk becomes a large city.

Btw Cass, I think you are confusing Senas with another NPC offering one-time deals for magic weapons/armor. There's no one-time only limit on his deals, though the 60% price tag could change in the future.
DM
 GM, 3885 posts
Fri 31 Jul 2020
at 11:10
Re: OOC 3
So you guys can create items that are more powerful than those that you would normally be able to buy in the city / region??
Cass Mordane
 Player, 622 posts
 Opportunist
Fri 31 Jul 2020
at 11:15
Re: OOC 3
Thanks, Safiya.

DM, snít the top item available in the area 7500 gp?

This message was last edited by the player at 11:15, Fri 31 July 2020.

Safiya Vallani
 player, 325 posts
Fri 31 Jul 2020
at 11:23
Re: OOC 3
In reply to DM (msg # 75):

Eh, I'm fine with the limit. Mind you, it does make it impossible to ever craft an item of value greater than 24k, even should Tusk become a metropolis.
DM
 GM, 3886 posts
Fri 31 Jul 2020
at 12:02
Re: OOC 3
Mind you, it does make it impossible to ever craft an item of value greater than 24k, even should Tusk become a metropolis.


We'll deal with that issue when we come to it.  And I suspect it will probably  involve quests, quest items and risk etc.  BUT - they will be few and far between, because I am not going to run an extra thread on a  casual 'I want ...' type concept.
Cass Mordane
 Player, 623 posts
 Opportunist
Fri 31 Jul 2020
at 12:21
Re: OOC 3
There is only one item worth such troublesome adventuring...
The Jelly Donut of Infinite Power!
Cass Mordane
 Player, 625 posts
 Opportunist
Fri 31 Jul 2020
at 15:17
Re: OOC 3
Andalon de Lebeda:
Andalon de Lebeda rolled 21 using 1d20+1.  Linguistics check.

Umm, I feel a bit of a fraud scoring 21 on a skill check I have no ranks in!


After hours of trying to decipher the writings, it was Andalon who discovered that they were actually in the common tongue. The others simply had the book upside down.
Alisa D'Medvyed
 player, 331 posts
 Half-elf Cleric
Fri 31 Jul 2020
at 18:35
Re: OOC 3
Yes, that +1 must surely be for the common sense trait --  most underrated.

DM:
No.  I don't understand the question, but it sounds like I should say no.


And if I didn't know you'd raised any kids, I would now.   This one may serve you well in France, also.
~Elkin
 NPC e, 21 posts
 Mordanian
Sun 2 Aug 2020
at 08:47
Re: OOC 3
https://www.boredpanda.com/cha...utm_campaign=organic
DM
 GM, 3893 posts
Sun 2 Aug 2020
at 16:32
Re: OOC 3
OK.  Off to France (well the Ferry Port) any minute now.  Feel free to play in the fuzzy threads -  Adoven's party and the political reorganisation thread are still open.  The Dragon's Den and the Nereid's Nectar are both open for business.

I should be back and posting properly on the 10th or 11th.
Andalon de Lebeda
 Player, 994 posts
 Bishop at Cathedral of
 Abadar in Tusk City
Mon 3 Aug 2020
at 12:33
Re: OOC 3
Bon voyage, mon ami!  :o)
DM
 GM, 3894 posts
Mon 3 Aug 2020
at 17:55
Re: OOC 3
Merci beaucoup.
Cass Mordane
 Player, 627 posts
 Opportunist
Thu 6 Aug 2020
at 14:46
Re: OOC 3
DM:
Have you refreshed your Group 0 map?

Andalon de Lebeda
 Player, 996 posts
 Bishop at Cathedral of
 Abadar in Tusk City
Thu 6 Aug 2020
at 16:32
Re: OOC 3
Thanks, I see it now. :o)
Kendrick Winters
 player, 484 posts
 Marshal-Dominus
 Knight Paladin of Iomedae
Thu 6 Aug 2020
at 20:16
Re: OOC 3
Andalon de Lebeda:
Thanks, I see it now. :o)


Does this mean that we need to do some overland traveling?
Cass Mordane
 Player, 628 posts
 Opportunist
Thu 6 Aug 2020
at 20:59
Re: OOC 3
I think the word Nomen stands out like a neon sign. I think we should head there first.

Yeah, those were personal instructions to me when I couldnít see it. I thought I would share for all, just in case.

This message was last edited by the player at 21:00, Thu 06 Aug 2020.

DM
 GM, 3896 posts
Wed 12 Aug 2020
at 08:14
Re: OOC 3
Folks, I haven't forgotten you.  I am back from my holiday, and still trying to get  over it.  It was very relaxing, no time pressures for anything lots of time for reading etc etc.  One problem was that I only took three of the Tiffany Aching books with me.  Then I started to read the fourth yesterday evening.  At 3 am I went to bed.  Just one more to go, BUT I will make myself leave it to the weekend.

And I have learned not to take overnight ferries with DFDS ...  getting any sleep on them is next to impossible.  However, they aren't bad ferries, and they are much cheaper than the alternatives.

I will get posts up before the end of the week!
Adoven
 Player, 745 posts
 HP 40 AC 20 F+2 R+9 W+2
 Rogue / Bard
Wed 12 Aug 2020
at 15:39
Re: OOC 3
I loved the Tiffany Aching story arc. A pity the author passed away.
DM
 GM, 3897 posts
Wed 12 Aug 2020
at 16:06
Re: OOC 3
In reply to Adoven (msg # 91):

I think they are the best of Pratchett's books. But then, I always preferred the 'witch' books over the others.
Adoven
 Player, 746 posts
 HP 40 AC 20 F+2 R+9 W+2
 Rogue / Bard
Wed 12 Aug 2020
at 16:09
Re: OOC 3
My preference was the Watch books. Hell, ALL of the Discworld books were entertaining.