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  1. Re: The Kingdom Under the Mountain a RPG Proposal

    I'd probably be interested too.
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    Re: Concilium Domorum (Discussion)

    If you'd care to visit the play by post RPG section of the board I think you'll find that I don't hold any hostility to RPing. It's the only forum I'm still active in, and I was active there while in...
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    Re: Concilium Domorum (Discussion)

    Been tried more than once, with what Baltar said above plus at least this time that I know of. What little remains of the Curia is actively hostile to any change and will never agree to anything like...
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    Poll: Re: Few thread adventure style RP?

    I voted but the box for Game of Thrones didn't tick when I voted, so +1 to that as well. My other vote was Sci Fi.
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    Re: Viking Age Proposal

    So if I understand income correctly, everyone gets 2,000 a week (modified by buildings) no matter how much territory they control? All territory can only be taxed by the King?
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    Sticky: Re: Mending the break

    Perhaps you'll want to re-word that bit, then, because that sounds substantially different to the role you're claiming there, Gandalf. "There to mediate if needed" and "all Shed are head mods of all...
  7. Re: Proposal: In the Outer Rim a Starwars Single thread rp

    Well I'm interested, now or later: if you decide to shelf it just let me know when you un-shelf it.
  8. Re: Proposal: In the Outer Rim a Starwars Single thread rp

    Would be interested but apparently other games are ongoing? Might be worth letting them wrap up.
  9. Thread: The Red Keep

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    Sticky: Re: The Red Keep

    Lord Harmund Lefford attended as part of the Lannister party, one of many Westerlands Lords in attendance. He nodded in agreement with Lord Lannister's declaration: the Leffords would back the...
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    Re: Local Tavern OOC Chat Thread

    I'm still about.
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    Sticky: Re: Riverrun, Seat of House Tully

    Very little, short of the intervention of the Seven themselves, would make escape from such a situation possible: deep within the home of Lord Tully, his guards prepared for the arrest, and the doors...
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    Re: Local Tavern OOC Chat Thread

    Ok, so I've been out about a week. Can anyone give me a brief update on what's happening? Trot quit so who's king?
  13. Thread: Roll Call

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    Re: Roll Call

    Present.

    Sent from my SM-A310F using Tapatalk
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    Poll: Re: Reverting the miltia change

    I'm holding the game over a barrel? All I want is for trot to respect the agreement that kept the game together or, if he won't, then I want the Reach affair fixed another way.

    I took a really bad...
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    Poll: Re: Reverting the miltia change

    That's what replaced the old system. Rather than having AI Lords either send everything or nothing (and have players attack any AI Lord that sent nothing as a traitor), that was put in so AI Lords...
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    Poll: Re: Reverting the miltia change

    He's just changing the rules to fit what he rolled. Are we going to have every LP forced to run a 35% chance that their vassals will back them up if they rebel against the King? The King wins the...
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    Poll: Re: Reverting the miltia change

    Tyrell rebelled against the King because he forced a peasant judge on the Reach and then sent the Master of Laws to arrest him. The Master of Laws being a Reach Lord isn't relevant, the situation...
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    Poll: Re: Reverting the miltia change

    Civil war mechanics exist for fights inside an individual Kingdom (eg the Reyne-Tarbeck rebellion) and were designed to stop the LP just calling up all their bannermen and crushing the rebel house...
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    Poll: Re: Reverting the miltia change

    Tyrell rebelled against the Crown. He wasn't attacking Tarly, Tarly was working on behalf of the Crown.
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    Poll: Re: Reverting the miltia change

    They were changed and only meant to be used for civil wars. You think Lords Paramount having 35% chance of their own vassals answering them is correct? No. It was a complete mess and should never...
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    Poll: Re: Reverting the miltia change

    Were they :wub:. It was replaced by the rules Trot is now trying to get ditched. He even used the calculator for the new rules​.
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    Poll: Re: Reverting the miltia change

    I don't agree to this at all and it's just you wanting to change rules you didn't even bother following in the first place after the fact. After inventing your own system, ignoring the modifiers in...
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    Re: To Castrate the Clansmen (A Vale RP)

    The forces of the Vale had regrouped at the central camp by daybreak, and the butcher's bill was in: of the 600 men who'd went south, 332 had returned in any state to continue service; of the 600 men...
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    Sticky: Re: Request Moderator Action

    http://www.twcenter.net/forums/showthread.php?762419-Canvassing-the-Reach&p=15467767#post15467767

    Mod here also, please.
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    Canvassing the Reach

    Garth Tyrell approached Blueburn Castle, seats of House Merryweather, the Lords of the Grassy Vale. As the only High Lord that declared for his brother Luther Tyrell in his short-lived uprising...
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    Re: Gulltown, Seat of House Grafton

    "Ah, yes, some sort of Essosi brand I believe," he said, taking a mouthful and swilling it around in his mouth before swallowing it.

    "Benjen! Where is this from?" he shouted, before an elderly man...
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    Re: Local Tavern OOC Chat Thread

    So I was asleep when all that went down but in keeping with what I understand the spirit to be, a brief discussion on Discord has resulted in those present agreeing to the following idea (proposed by...
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    Re: Gulltown, Seat of House Grafton

    Chess

    Kevan waved over a nearby guard and had him take the horse away, while he drained another cup of wine.

    “What news from the Capital, then?” he asked , “Are those dreadful arbitrators or...
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    Sticky: Re: Riverrun, Seat of House Tully

    “I shall canvas some Lords carefully,” he said, “A few answered my brother’s call to arms when most sat idly by or sided with Tarly. His own family in Oldtown and the Arbor forsook him. I shall...
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    Re: To Castrate the Clansmen (A Vale RP)

    Theo Grafton
    [OOC: Because I'm supposed to be a player in this too! :P]

    Theo had stuck close to the main body of men throughout the hellish night. He was covered in blood and mud, he wasn't truly...
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    Re: The Iron Fleet Assembles

    "Passed by once or twice," said Victarion with a shrug, "A few ports worth a drink in, crawling with every whoreson who fancies himself a pirate. I often wondered if there were any actual natives..."
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    Re: To Castrate the Clansmen (A Vale RP)

    Southern Camp

    With four hundred men accounted for, of which about three hundred were presently still alive, the southern camp opted to break the encirclement and fight their way back down into the...
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    Sticky: Re: Riverrun, Seat of House Tully

    "A bold move, my Lord," said Garth, somewhat taken aback, "The Riverlands could certainly overpower the Crownlands, but then many would've thought the Reach would have won in a week as well."
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    Re: Gulltown, Seat of House Grafton

    Trot

    "Outrageous!" said Kevan in theatrical anger, "to deprive anyone of such joy, lady or no. Are you a good shot, then?" he asked jovially.

    A woman who enjoyed a good hunt? Fiesty. Kevan...
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    Re: The Iron Fleet Assembles

    "You said you wanted men, I brought men." said Victarion, "The Iron Fleet is more than my own ships, uncle."

    He followed the new Lord Paramount into his quarters, and reviewed the map of the...
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    Re: The Iron Fleet Assembles

    PVlXYoVZHfA


    Victarion Greyjoy
    Rank/Titles: Admiral of the Iron Fleet
    Skill(s): +4 Naval Battle, +2 Survival, +2 Scout
    Equipment: None
    Retinue: Seasoned Captain, Siege Engineer

    1,500...
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    Re: To Castrate the Clansmen (A Vale RP)

    As the night wore on, both scouting groups were beginning to suffer badly. Large numbers were unaccounted for, and though the Clan attacks had been pushed back from the camp proper they remained...
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    Sticky: Re: Riverrun, Seat of House Tully

    Garth Tyrell, Lord of Rose Castle, arrived at Riverrun as requested. His family had greatly fallen in stature recently: Luthor sent to the Wall, a deformed babe in Highgarden presided over by his...
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    Re: Gulltown, Seat of House Grafton

    "Ah, hawking,” he said with interest, “Certainly an entertaining bit of sport! Can’t beat the thrill of a true hunt, though. Have you ever accompanied a hunt? Marvellous fun! Meat never tastes as...
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    Sticky: Re: Pyke, Seat of House Greyjoy

    *“As always, uncle,” he said, “Strategic control has always been the Lord’s. I make sure the Captains are dependable, the ships are crewed, and the hulls are tarred.”

    Of late the Iron Fleet hadn’t...
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