A medieval campaign using my proposed RRtK supplement

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A War Ends: The Frayd Realm is Dismembered (Fall, Year 1)

Due to the decrepid nature of the old man, Weirdo Frayd painfully bent his knee in submission to Talon Greyboy and his ally Adorunrun Cartell of Darne. With the abdication, the war was over.

English: The death of Arthur

English: The death of Arthur (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The land of the Frayds became a dominion of the Greyboys, actually only Chicken Neck province with the Twinge; the Darneans were given Seascard province as a reward for their alliance and support in the crushing of the Frayds at Greenslime Fork. Only the lone garrison of Seascard Castle held out against the invaders. It was only a matter of time before it fell too.

What to do with Weirdo? Talon Greyboy would be denied an execution because the Lord of the Cursing slipped away that night from the Twinge and sought safety with his ally, Bedmore Sully. Weirdo Frayd would be a leader in exile in Riverfun.

Talon Greyboy left this son, Peeon as governor of the Chicken Neck with a garrison; he was pleased he had gotten his wretched offspring out of his hair for a while. But who knew what mischief Peeon Greyboy would get into. At least the Chicken Neck had Darnean Seascard as a buffer between it and the exiled Frayds in the Quiverlands of Sully.

More Developments in the Rules

St. Augustine writing, revising, and re-writin...

St. Augustine writing, revising, and re-writing: Sandro Botticelli’s St. Augustine in His Cell (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Based on play tester reports, I’ve altered (and hopefully improved) some rules in sea battles (less casualties for captains, magic users, etc.), sieges (reduced the number of possible assaults in a year, made cities stronger), and trade (reorganized with clearer explanation).

But with all the revising, I’ve put my own Game of Cronies campaign on hold.