OK, the fun stuff. I've started putting together a few things for the Covenant. Plenty of the Covenant building will be done in character and discovered that way also. I'll be using 400 build points, but it is a Spring Covenant.
I haven't decided on how much the PCs can spend yet, but I should have that shortly.
Here are a few other things. The Minor Boon of Hidden Resources is going to be purchased. I'd like someone to take over the job of spending these points. Basically when you're ready these points would be introduced in an adventure that you'd run. If you'd like to have it split up between another person (2 players being the most) that's fine. So each of you would take a portion of the 250 points.
The other thing will be the Boons. Some of the Boons are already decided, but not too many. The site I have in mind is actually quite large, the Covenant could be placed in a variety of areas within the site. What I'll be doing is offering Boon options. For example, you could choose to have the Covenant in a Secluded area and gain a Boon or two that represents that or be nearer to civilization. I will list the package of boons you'd get for either choice, but I would not necessarily list the Hooks that would pay them off.
I'd have choices for Location and Fortifications, Resources, Residents, Local Relations and such. Basically divided the way it is in the Covenants book. And some choices can include the default, as in no Boons or Hooks for it. There will not be a lot of choices on some necessarily, this is a Spring Covenant.
Once the story progresses a bit further we'll see these choices. For now if you want to think of some ways to spend a few points, feel free. Figure about 25 points or more maybe. If you want to make a specialist with those points that's fine, but if you're spending points on a specialist, then that basically means he's not really a playable PC. You can just as easily make the person one of your Grogs and save the points.
Please include any ideas and talk about the Covenant here. Things you'd like to see, things you'd like to avoid.