Kajani wrote:I think at first it should be consensus in the round that the animal cohort could get xp at all (some people might see that different). I think he should get perhaps a third or a quarter of a normal character, if any...
What could be raised is a question of what sort of cohort it is. Fighting for dangerous animals may be ok, and I would also say you could raise attributes - but with a piece of salt, so to say. Raising the endurance or athletic of a horse, and perhaps also of a dog, shadowcat, wolf and so on is ok. I would say it is not if you would raise it in the case of a raven, which could not be grow much stronger and "hardy" than he is. In addition, I would say that perhaps you could also think about spending xp for learning "tricks" to your cohort. A fighting animal could learn special attacks out of command (full out attack for example), dogs may perform tricks which could entertain people (and distract them), a horse could learn to "playing dead" and giving cover for his rider and so on...
DrewVolker wrote:(for example animals could raise their fighting, but not language).
Lord Ben wrote:DrewVolker wrote:(for example animals could raise their fighting, but not language).
Blasphemy! Lord Commander Mormont's raven learns several new words throughout the course of the books!
Language 1 which was then improved to (+1B saying Snow, +1B saying King, +2B saying Theon)
Legate wrote:Actually I don't think Ravens are capable of parroting, I think it was literary licence on the writers part for that Raven. But, I could be wrong.
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