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Super_Dave updated the character Lurk
The War of Summer's Ending
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Super_Dave updated the adventure log post Chapter 30 - The Bedlam-Slave
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JJT61083 commented on the adventure log post Chapter 29 - Into the Bear's Den
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Keryth987 favorited The War of Summer's Ending
Last Updated: 6 months ago
Play Status: On Hiatus
Thanks, Shuriken! I’m pleased to hear that you admire the plot so far. It’s taken a lot of time, research, and creativity on my part, but I think the result is worth it.
I’m not quite sure where your idea for Winter being the strongest Court came from, though. Are you suggesting that Winter ought to stage a coup and seize power from both Summer and the Rebellion? I feel that most Winter courtiers would prefer to wait and see who wins before making a decision. (But you’re right: as the masters of the drug trade in Miami, it is a bit odd that the book seems to ascribe so little power to them within the Trident.)
With regards to the builds, it’s not really something we’ve considered at our table. I’d prefer to focus on politics and good roleplaying over stats and dice any day. At my table, my players are free to choose certain “builds” if they want, but I’d rather have a PC with a unique story and a compelling personality than one whose character sheet makes him or her “ideal” for a certain role in combat.
I like the plot a lot. I think it is to be assumed that summer outright rules Miami and would be interesting if winter actually was the strongest court. I think it is kind of strange f or a fairest to have both a 1 in strength and dex.
I do have a couple of questions.
1. How did you stat the builds? Because the bright one has 2 dots in physical attribute while the ogre has 6. Also, the ogre has a total of 12 added attribute points, and the other two have 11 and 10. It is just slightly confusing to me.
2. Why does Yavs have a 1 in strength and then choose brawl as his main physical skill? I can understand if he were to use elements 2 for a stronger attack.
The whole site is nice. I appreciate the effort going into it.
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