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  1. Thread: OOC Thread

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    Re: OOC Thread

    Can someone come get me when this game restarts? I'm not going to try to join mid-game because last time that happened I ended up wasting half the time I was playing trying to chase down inactive or...
  2. Re: The Scottish Independence Referendum Part 2: The Sturgeon Strikes Back

    Scotland's economy has shrank by 0.2% in Q4 2016, posting yearly growth of 0.4% against a total of 1.8% for the UK as a whole, leaving Scotland lagging well behind and facing a possible recession if...
  3. Re: The Scottish Independence Referendum Part 2: The Sturgeon Strikes Back

    The "economic catastrophe" narrative of Brexit is completely overblown. The UK economy is strong and is a central part of the global economy, as is the EU's. The markets know we're leaving and the UK...
  4. Re: The Scottish Independence Referendum Part 2: The Sturgeon Strikes Back

    Economic factors are my key motivation. I don't much care whether national authority rests in Westminster or Holyrood, I just want a good economy and a currency that isn't worthless. Right now that...
  5. Re: The Scottish Independence Referendum Part 2: The Sturgeon Strikes Back

    There has been no swing to Yes in the polls. They repeatedly hover around the same mark they've hovered around since the first referendum, occasionally trading a percentage point or two. Nothing has...
  6. Re: The Scottish Independence Referendum Part 2: The Sturgeon Strikes Back

    Most Scots don't want a referendum so early, opinion polls have borne that out time and again. The only people Sturgeon endears to her cause by acting this way are people already converted to it....
  7. Re: The Scottish Independence Referendum Part 2: The Sturgeon Strikes Back

    I hope May vetoes it entirely. Otherwise, I hope she puts it off until after Brexit, meaning probably 2021-22 by the time a campaign period is allowed for. Plenty time to find work abroad, unless the...
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    Re: Local Tavern OOC Chat Thread

    The community playing forum RPGs on this forum is too small to play more than one, and GoT requires at least 8-10 active players to work (accounting for the LPs, smattering of HLs, Small Council,...
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    Re: Conan Exiles - A new era?

    I was summoned, and I had a look at this.

    - Open world with NPCs, looks like good dungeons too.
    - Building system looks pretty modular or at least creative.
    - NPC soldiers/slaves/craftsmen,...
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    Re: Karhold, Seat of House Karstark

    While the army of Winterfell took some much needed rest in the small town near Karhold itself, Lord Stark was taken to the seat of the Karstarks. Though small when compared to Winterfell, it was a...
  11. Re: Proposal: Some suggestion regarding the Night's Watch

    The problem every Night's Watch RP ever faced was the lack of something to RP for or against. They're a military order with a single purpose: man the Wall. The RP you undertake is no more compelling...
  12. Re: Proposal: Some suggestion regarding the Night's Watch

    This was the ruleset made for the North-only setting:





    The Night's Watch generates a very small income of their own, but rely on other sources such as donations for any other need.

    The...
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    Re: The Skagos Campaign

    "With their army broken it'll be a matter of forcing the surrender of whatever passes for holdfasts here," said Edwin with a shrug "I'll control the population centres soon enough. I expect the...
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    Re: Local Tavern OOC Chat Thread

    Apologies for being missing for a few days, I had internet issues on Friday and Saturday but I've got it back now.
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    Re: The Skagos Campaign

    [OOC: Sorry I had internet issues Friday and Saturday, I've got it back now.]

    "I- we, we would be honored, my Lord," stammered out Thoren, taken aback by the offer, "My sister is sixteen years of...
  16. Thread: House Martell

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    Re: House Martell

    So am I correct in the following:

    Interested: Lord Dread, Xion
    Somewhat interested but willing to withdraw their claim: Mic1402

    ?
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    Re: Observing the Goldcloaks

    "Of course..." he said, showing the man out. His comrades would need to be informed... but was that the point? To set them scurrying? Harras had never taken any overt bribery, and he wasn't certain...
  18. Thread: House Martell

    by Poach
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    House Martell

    IA has dropped out and left Martell empty. Who is interested in taking them up?

    The only rule we'll hold you to is respecting the spirit of any agreements (marriages, alliances, wardships, plots,...
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    Re: The Skagos Campaign

    "I'd be honoured," said Edwin, wiping his blade clean and sliding it back into its scabbard, hoping this time it got to stay there for more than a scant few hours, "The populace won't be happy about...
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    Re: The Skagos Campaign

    Thoren rushed from the tent at Lord Stark's side, falling in among his rallying Household Guard and engaging in a running battle across the camp towards the horses.

    Edwin donned his armour once...
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    Re: The Skagos Campaign

    The Karstarks did their duty by holding the line as the barbaric Skagosi surged forward. The infantry performed admirably, forming a solid shield wall and giving no ground, though the undisciplined...
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    Re: Karhold, Seat of House Karstark

    More whispered conversations, this time it appeared a hushed debate was going on. Eventually, Liane spoke.

    "We Karstarks are a proud House, Lord Mallister," she said, "and we Northerners are an...
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    Re: Observing the Goldcloaks

    Harras picked up the ring and glanced at it briefly, before putting it back on the table.

    "I need something that shows I am able to hand over our book to you, Ser Tyrion," he said, less...
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    Re: Observing the Goldcloaks

    The Captain shifted in his seat somewhat eyeing Tyrion with growing suspicion.

    "I've received no word of an inspection." he said, accusation beginning to come to the fore in his tone, "Show me...
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    Re: Local Tavern OOC Chat Thread

    The rules allow taxation of everyone:


    Lords Paramount and High Lords can tax those below them, for a cost.
    - Tax may be raised from subordinates in increments of 2.5% of their province's base...
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    Sticky: Re: Request Moderator Action

    A 12 was rolled, giving you an 8% increase: [20%-d20] = 20-12 = 8%.
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    Re: Observing the Goldcloaks

    "Of course," said the man, leaning back in his seat, ​"I know of no such corruption, however: what have you found?"
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    Re: Observing the Goldcloaks

    [OOC: I don't quite know what the "main barracks" means, so I took it to mean one of the two major Barracks complexes inside the city itself. The Lord Commander normally serves from the Red Keep I...
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    Re: Observing the Goldcloaks

    At the day's end, Tyrion's men reported back to him. The majority of the Goldcloaks they watched seemed lax but not corrupt: they moved along some people that arguably could have been arrested, one...
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    Riverspring, Seat of Ser Ryon Lefford

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    Riverspring Castle, seat of the Knight of Riverspring

    Riverspring Castle, as...
  31. Thread: 284 AC

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    Re: 284 AC

    Harmund Lefford, 63, +3 Survival, 1/20 chance.
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    Re: Council of the Westerlands

    [OOC: Sorry, this slipped my mind!]

    "It saddens us greatly," said Harmund with a sigh, "It is fortunate he had many children of his own: the line is secure." Harmund thought of his own second son,...
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    Sticky: Re: The Barracks Thread (Robert's Rebellion)

    Knight of Riverspring:

    5x Westerlands Knights
    Cost: 68,250
    Upkeep: 15,750
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    Re: Vault of Houses Lefford and Karstark

    284AL

    House Lefford of Goldentooth

    Income:
    40,500 Last Year
    94,500 Goldentooth
    20,000 Trade Goods
    10,000 Bannerman's Stipend
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    Re: Karhold, Seat of House Karstark

    "Yes, he and my uncle are doing battle with the rebellious Skaggs - Skagosi," she said, quickly changing to the more polite way of referring to the islanders, "We at Karhold also produce a great deal...
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    Re: Karhold, Seat of House Karstark

    Lord Mallister is met instead by Lady Liane Karstark, who at 15 years old was Lord Thoren's sister and the closest to the Lord there was. She was sat with a number of advisers, well-learned men...
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    Sticky: Re: Request Moderator Action

    http://www.twcenter.net/forums/showthread.php?747443-The-Skagos-Campaign&p=15235254&viewfull=1#post15235254

    Could a mod roll this small battle?
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    Re: The Skagos Campaign

    Left: The infantry are to engage the enemy line conservatively, holding them in place to allow the cavalry on the left flank to complete an encirclement.
    - Lord Karstark (+2 Survival, +1 Duels)
    -...
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    Sticky: Re: Tower of the Hand

    "Edwin Karstark." he said, "My men currently occupy the Sisters, after they declared for the Crown."
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    Sticky: Re: Tower of the Hand

    "The war is over," said Edwin, "You can have the Sisters back. I'm sailing back Northbound with Lord Stark and should arrive in a month to take the garrisons home."
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