Flagg wrote:Curiously, all of the example characters (who all happen to be lowborn) have armor, and three out of the four of them have garrons.
Any ideas for a house rule to allow characters to at least start with armor, if not a steed?
A longsword, shield, mail, and a garron costs 1070ss. I'm thinking of letting lowborn characters just spend 1200ss to equip themselves however they see fit, within reason. Highborn characters can take the higher of this, or a Status result in gold dragons.
Legate wrote:I am not so sure of this. From what was shown on the series most of the low born members of the Watch were outfitted with either leather or at most splint armour. Only the more seinor members were shown wearing mail and above.
Night's Watch, p.32 wrote: ... only a sword, a set of warm clothes, a
black woolen cloak, a medium wooden shield, and whatever minor tools
he needs to complete his tasks on the Wall. At the Narrator’s discretion,
players may also start with a bow or crossbow.
Flagg wrote:I'm not talking about money these men would have earned. I'm talking about an equivalent worth in equipment issued to them by the Watch. A common longsword costs 500ss, and that's clearly standard issue.
Legate wrote:But, I still have to ask why this needs a special house rule like "500ssxstatus? As GM just issue what equipment you think is necessary, and if the players think of anything else they made need on a ranging have then make a request to the QM.
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