The triangle explored
and its secrets revealed
and its secrets revealed
I think the Jerbiton only got preoccupied when the visions started. By then it was too late. =/
Yeah, I know! And I'm sure the Quaesitores were against it! XD
On the character stats topic, I would advise using a distinct post for the season by season advancement. In the same way, a seperate post could be used for her stats at Gauntlet. It makes it easier to track her progress between initial character creation.
I've looked at your sheet, and yes, it does look better. I'll star improving the formatting.
You may run into a message after creating several posts in that topic that you cannot add more. Just let me know and I'll create the next one. You will then be able to continue.
Edit: Put the current stats in the first post, and the stats at Gauntlet in the later post. That way it is easier to find the more current stats (always the first post).
Coming along well!
What's with Age 32(30)? I don't remember her getting a longevity ritual (nor can I see it in the advancement log).
She has had that since gauntlet. I thought she'd be one of those people who look younger than they are, probably because of her fairy blood. Plus, I've since learned that Venus blessing doesn't make a woman look younger, but that is the joie-de-vivre that makes us attractive (good for me ).
I just improvised it - I didn't use any rules or rituals. I thought it didn't change anything anyway, especially for someone as skilled as she is with Imaginem. If it bugs you, I'll change it of course.
I've just learned about the 32000 character per post limit. That's why I need 2 posts for her background story.
I think you have overlooked this - is that an okay solution for her "gap" season between 1204 and 1205?
Oh, and please give me some more posts to structure my sheet thread!
How dos invisibility work with clothes and dirty clothes? How about carried items?
EDIT: Sheet is more orderly now
Invisibility of clothing and dirty clothing?
There are many possible situations:
I'd like to create a shield grog for Eikona next
I'm thinking of a crusader who realized he was fighting for the wrong side. Eikona ran into him when returning the vis to Michael's Tabula. He was berating himself in French. He feels that protecting her is some kind of penance for things he did in the war.
He won't be the best soldier, but he'll be able to speak German.
A post was merged into an existing topic: Grogs and Covenfolk
Works for me. I can transfer the post directly to the Grogs and Covenfolk thread and reference him in the Inhabitants from the covenant thread, if you want.
Done. Feel free to create more grogs or covenfolk, either that Eikona brings with her, or who already live at the covenant.
You can also now introduce your maga in the First Wave story.
I'm still reading into the other characters, but I'll write an ic post tonight.
I think I'd like to create a companion of sorts, as independent of Eikona as possible, someone more martial, a hunter, probably. But I'll need a day or two until I have the idea sorted in my head. He'll be out hunting or scouting or whatever, so there's no need to rush him (her?).
Let's see if one of the other magi would find that companion a good fit. Show of hands!
I didn't want to pressure you, but my quarantine makes me creative. Maybe a new vis source is more urgent? Or a specific role at the covenant? I think, I'm good at ideas and mediocre at rules-intensive things.
There should be any number of misfits living at the covenant, as Leonardus gathered them there to give them a place to live in peace. An example is the servant Mathias, who doesn't speak (he is not actually mute). Many of them may be getting old, after all it's been over seven years since Leonardus was last there, but may have had children. Others may be touched by magic in some ways (although probably not downright magical characters) that makes them ill-suited to mundane society.
Feel free to offer suggestions. We probably won't need stats for most of them (servants and craftspeople), so a general description may be enough for those.
At a minimum, there are half a dozen grogs already there, as well as double that number of laborers, servants, etc. The (aging) stone cutter and her family, including at least a pair of (sons who are probably chaffing at the bit and would like to leave and see the world). A carpenter.
There may have been a glassworker who lived here in the past, making the multiple stained glass windows that adorn the covenant in many places. Is he still alive? If not, is his shop still there and is one of his apprentice trying to continue his work?
Have fun! I may nix some of the ideas, but that is unlikely.