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Grafton Johnlouis, Bookbinder
NPCs  (Minor)   (Domestic/ Craft)
Pshaw's comment on 2007-01-20 02:39 PM
Thank you! You're right, of course, he's more like a minor character and he appears in several campaigns I've done. But this is a good opportunity to concoct a scenario for him. Go to Comment
Grafton Johnlouis, Bookbinder
NPCs  (Minor)   (Domestic/ Craft)
Pshaw's comment on 2007-01-30 01:26 PM
Now that is a cool idea. ;) Go to Comment
Grafton Johnlouis, Bookbinder
NPCs  (Minor)   (Domestic/ Craft)
Pshaw's comment on 2007-01-30 01:34 PM
Hmm. I think I will. Do they still need to link to another villager? Go to Comment
Grafton Johnlouis, Bookbinder
NPCs  (Minor)   (Domestic/ Craft)
Pshaw's comment on 2007-01-30 01:22 PM
Thanks a lot! While he's about as developed as I've needed him for games so far, I like the idea of having some strange twist in his past, and I'll continue to work on him. Go to Comment
Grafton Johnlouis, Bookbinder
NPCs  (Minor)   (Domestic/ Craft)
Pshaw's comment on 2007-01-30 01:25 PM
Thank you! I do find that it's often best to leave NPCs sort of basic, unless someone wants to take them and develop them further. I have an unfortunate tendency to want to elaborate endlessly, until they've evolved into major characters. I need to cut back on my coffee intake. Go to Comment
30 Tomes
Items  (Books and Scrolls)   (Non-Magical)
Pshaw's comment on 2007-01-30 01:19 PM
This is a terrific list! I'm always in need of random books, and I hate having to stop and try to come up with something. Calvin & Hobbes? Um ... they're great wizards of the Last Age. Yeah. Go to Comment
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       By: Pariah

An example of a mythological worldview misinterpreting scientific practices occurred in Africa, where an aid organization, focusing on slowing and stabilizing population growth, distributed abacuses with red and white beads corresponding to a woman's menstrual cycle. Women were instructed to move one bead a day, only having intercourse on days represented by a white bead. However, the experiment failed, and the population grew in the households using the abacus. The women believed the abaci were magical, and that they would be protected from pregnancy by moving a white bead into the place of the red bead before intercourse.

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