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The Seating of the Stuffy Dinner Party Guests
Dungeons  (Any)   (Puzzles)
Ted's comment on 2012-06-01 01:22 PM
I definitely think you guys will be seeing this utilized by myself in a game if/when I do something in the medieval setting.

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The Seating of the Stuffy Dinner Party Guests
Dungeons  (Any)   (Puzzles)
Ted's comment on 2012-11-05 12:45 AM
It's 1:45 AM and I am considering trying to pull this off for Kingmakers tomorrow... but it will probably have to wait for later in the campaign when more NPCs are known to the players.

Should be fun. Go to Comment
Online Roleplaying
Articles  (Rules and Advice)   (Gaming - In General)
Ted's comment on 2012-05-28 12:42 PM
I feel this is almost too general and could be applied to a lot of activities- not just Roleplaying. Go to Comment
30 Gladiators
NPCs  (Minor)   (Combative)
Ted's comment on 2014-11-17 05:06 PM
#17: The Titan
One of the largest men ever seen fighting in the arena, The Titan prefers to wield weapons capable of bashing dents in heads and armor- usually of the extremely large variety. The fight officials had to ask him to tone down on the amount of armor he was shuffling around in- even from behind the smaller fighters were having trouble even irritating him with their puny blows.

They still haven't found a horse large enough to seat him. Go to Comment
CRTF: Session 1
Articles  (Campaign)   (Game Mastering)
Ted's comment on 2012-04-22 04:58 AM
Update: Fixed a formatting error. Go to Comment
Janice Spencer
NPCs  (Minor)   (Combative)
Ted's comment on 2012-04-22 05:56 AM


Not as chilling as Romero Coultier was, but more thought was given to how to implement her in a game.



 



Well done. Don't be too surprised if a CRTF Summary includes her eventually.


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CRTF: Crime Response Task Force
Society/ Organizations  (Criminal/Espionage)   (Regional)
Ted's comment on 2012-04-22 04:17 AM


Those of you paying close attention may notice that this sub has been updated with additional info such as "Session 1: Reveals that he's Ex-DARPA and was hired after the previous tech person was fired due to one of my PCs hacking the CRTF network."



These will likely continue as more sessions of the CRTF Campaign progress with my players.


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David Branch, Cult Leader
NPCs  (Major)   (Religious)
Ted's comment on 2012-02-25 03:50 PM
Hopefully, David can come across as affable, someone who doesn't really seem like the kind of guy who is running a doomsday cult. When he's in his element, his charisma and wit tend to make him likeable and popular.

Of course, this is tempered by his psychopathy and the fact that he's being corrupted by Azoxul.

Hopefully during play I can temper his outward appearance with just enough discrepancies to creep players out. Go to Comment
David Branch, Cult Leader
NPCs  (Major)   (Religious)
Ted's comment on 2012-02-25 09:21 PM
Branch is actively seeking the means to rid himself of Azoxul- by digging himself deeper, hoping he can find a means to overpower the demon. If he was provided an out, he would definitely take it, although convincing him would probably hinge on finding a way around his paranoia and megalomania. Go to Comment
David Branch, Cult Leader
NPCs  (Major)   (Religious)
Ted's comment on 2013-04-28 09:54 PM
It was intended as a direct reference to the Branch Davidians from the start. Go to Comment
Gentlemens' Rings of Fortitude
Items  (Jewelry)   (Magical)
Ted's comment on 2012-02-21 09:02 PM


I was thinking this would be about an entirely different 'fortitude' required by a gentleman.


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Gentlemens' Rings of Fortitude
Items  (Jewelry)   (Magical)
Ted's comment on 2012-02-21 09:02 PM


I was thinking this would be about an entirely different 'fortitude' required by a gentleman.


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Stuffy Dinner Party Guests
NPCs  (Major)   (Political)
Ted's comment on 2012-02-12 01:03 PM


The Priest Lenard



Lenard considers himself the utmost of moral righteousness, and as thus must not be placed near anyone who takes unkindly to religion. Lenard is struggling with his own attraction to women, so placing him next to an attractive woman is likely to cause a scene.



Old Man Henderson



Old Man Henderson, the uncle of the current King, has a wealth of stories to tell. Anyone seated next to him must be willing to endure an endless torrent of stories about his glory days.


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Stuffy Dinner Party Guests
NPCs  (Major)   (Political)
Ted's comment on 2012-02-12 01:03 PM


I love this idea and will probably try to build on it when time isn't as pressing for me.


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Stuffy Dinner Party Guests
NPCs  (Major)   (Political)
Ted's comment on 2012-02-17 04:16 PM


The Fool



The King's fool is likely to pass scathing commentary on all those seated around him. His bawdy jokes, rhymes and other entertaining diversions are likely to send those with snooty dispositions into a towering rage. The Fool delights in being seated near smart company, preferably those who he can banter with at will. The Fool will use his bardic immunity to pass judgement on all those nearby, so best place him near those who can handle his barbed jokes.



 



Prince Briar



Prince Briar annoys his father greatly, and must be seated at least half the table away from his father. Briar is sloppy, craven, and displays terrible table manners. Being the Prince, nobody but The Fool or the King sees fit to let him know of this. Briar would prefer to be seated next to attractive, loose women, although his family would disprove of such seating.



 



Honest John



A noble from a small holding, Honest John is renown as one of the most decent men in the kingdom. Being loyal, kind, and courteous, John is likely to take offense being seated next to someone anyone rude, unscrupulous, or unkind.



 



Silk



Those seated next to Silk have a maddening tendency for their valuables to disappear. Silk is a master of wit and guile, wanted in no less than four different nations for crimes ranging from theft to sleeping with the King's wife. Silk should not be seated next to the fool under any circumstances, lest they be allowed to brew trouble, the likes of which might cause wars. Silk's business transactions must also be watched carefully, as he loves discussing them over dinner.


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Stuffy Dinner Party Guests
NPCs  (Major)   (Political)
Ted's comment on 2012-02-17 04:16 PM


Revoting to reflect the work that has been done.


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Stuffy Dinner Party Guests
NPCs  (Major)   (Political)
Ted's comment on 2012-06-01 01:19 PM
With OmegaDraco's work showing how easily (and infuriating for players to try and figure out) this can be incorporated into a game, this definitely deserves the HoH. Go to Comment
Corran's Scribe
Items  (Tools)   (Magical)
Ted's comment on 2012-02-17 05:01 PM
Update: Well guys, I took a crack at improving this. Hope you enjoy. Go to Comment
Corran's Scribe
Items  (Tools)   (Magical)
Ted's comment on 2012-02-17 05:04 PM
Update: Well guys, I took a crack at improving this. Hope you enjoy. Go to Comment
Corran's Scribe
Items  (Tools)   (Magical)
Ted's comment on 2012-02-08 08:55 AM
Well said. I'm certainly going to improve this in the next few days. Go to Comment
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