AsaTJ wrote:Am I the only one who doesn't use Westeros? I created my own campaign setting with unique history, geography, and Great Houses. It's very ASIF in theme and feel, being a human-dominated analog to medieval Europe with Ice Age fauna. At the end of the day, the base campaign setting was too restrictive for the kind of stories I want to tell. I take this approach with basically every franchise-based RPG I've ever played.
Paedrig wrote:All this would mean, that your house will fight for the Lannisters in the war that will come I presume (we all - and especially your chars - did know what happens to traitors of Casterly Rock )?
This will be interesting during Robbs short time campaigns into the West. Etc. Given the loose connections to the Westerlings f. e....
Allthough I must say the heritage and former carreers of the chars are quite...colourfull so to speak.
By the way - is the strong linkage to Dorne not a little bit...complicated for a house so close to Casterly Rock (and with the Cleaganes not so far away)? The wife of the heir was a friend of Oberyn and maid of Elia? What happened to her during the sack of Kings Landing? Who has her loyalty 8and her hate)? What does she think about Lord Tywin and such little goodfellows like Gregor C., Armory Loarch etc. - not unimportand men in the army or strategy of Lord Tywin?
The feud with the Mallister might be a lesser problem if I remember the HUGE distance between the cape of eagles and the Westlands correctly...
Beside some long distance intrigues (into annother realm were they did not have banner houses or many allies I presume) and perhaps some naval warfare (also with some risks, given the fact that house Lannister did have a considerable fleet) the options of the Mallisters might be limited by the distance.
Did you have the time (and will) to write a real campaign log? I would be very interested...
(Even the fact that "your" house and "ours" will fight on different sides... ).
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