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Saturday, April 29

  1. file Kefe Market.xlsx uploaded
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Friday, April 28

  1. page Detect Lie edited ... Saving Throw: none; see below Level: cleric (4th) ... is cast. The definition of "li…
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    Saving Throw: none; see below
    Level: cleric (4th)
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    is cast. The definition of "lie" is, as ever, the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth.
    The reverse of the spell, conceal lie, will cause lies, even those which are bald-face, seem reasonable and believable. The listener is entitled to a saving throw, however.
    The spells detect lie and conceal lie will cancel each other out if both employed, and it will only be known to the caster of detect lie that the reverse was employed. The caster of conceal lie will not be aware of it.
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Tuesday, April 18

  1. page Morale edited ... Acts of questionable morality that would demand a check against morale would be murder, acts o…
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    Acts of questionable morality that would demand a check against morale would be murder, acts of gratuitous theft, flagrant use of deception, reckless disregard for the safety of hirelings, mental or physical abuse of hirelings, consistent irresponsibility towards the hireling's stated purpose for employment or a clear lack of remorse where an individual has been hurt or mistreated. Laughing at the misfortune of others would be included.
    If any hireling witnesses any of the above, they must make a morale check immediately. Regardless of success or failure, that hireling will be sure to convey what they learned or saw to other hirelings in the character's employ, so that all hirelings that are able to hear of the event will ultimately make a morale check. It may require days for all the hirelings to gain knowledge of the events however. As well, if the character has not made reasonable amends for their acts, if the character's present hirelings are later allowed to speak with hirelings in another location, even though months may have passed, a morale check for every newly informed hireling will have to be made.
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    already have madefailed their checks
    Combat Checks
    Hirelings that are placed in combat fall into two categories - those with combat training and those without. Combat training refers to any hireling whose purpose or job description indicates a willingness to enter combat. All leveled persons, including mages, thieves and bards, are considered to have combat training.
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Thursday, April 13

  1. page Encumbrance edited ... With regards to player characters, the capacity for movement (both in terms of covering distan…
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    With regards to player characters, the capacity for movement (both in terms of covering distance and taking actions) is measured in action points. This base movement can be lowered by encumbrance, an expression of the amount of sheer weight which the character (or other creature) carries.
    The following downloadable table is designed to calculate a creature's encumbrance in terms of the penalty accrued for carrying a given amount of weight:
    {Character{New Character Encumbrance Calculator.xlsx}
    Use of the table is simple. Some experimentation will show that a halfling character with a weight of 60 lbs. and a strength of 13 has a maximum weight allowance of 55 lbs., while a human with a weight of 180 lbs. and the same strength has a maximum allowance of 165 lbs. A display of the latter should appear as this:
    {Encumbrance result example.png}
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Saturday, April 1

  1. page Make Art edited ... To begin with, the bard character decides what quality the art will have, which will translate…
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    To begin with, the bard character decides what quality the art will have, which will translate as a percentage of the creator's experience that will be transmitted to the art work's audience upon completion. We start by consulting the table below:
    {Make Art Table.png}
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    the art. This process is called enlightenment.
    Enlightenment

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  2. page Make Art edited ... To begin with, the bard character decides what quality the art will have, which will translate…
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    To begin with, the bard character decides what quality the art will have, which will translate as a percentage of the creator's experience that will be transmitted to the art work's audience upon completion. We start by consulting the table below:
    {Make Art Table.png}
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    greater value. This is the percentage of the bard's personal experience (x.p.) that is conveyed to the audience, once they have viewed the art.
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  3. page Make Art edited ... Note that to be able to make art, the character must also possess at least 10 points of knowle…
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    Note that to be able to make art, the character must also possess at least 10 points of knowledge as a conceptual artist. Without this knowledge, wholly original art cannot be created by the character. Note that bards that have an amateur ability in pragmatism are able to remake art, and have a significant effect on the success of making of original art (see below).
    To begin with, the bard character decides what quality the art will have, which will translate as a percentage of the creator's experience that will be transmitted to the art work's audience upon completion. We start by consulting the table below:
    {Make Art Table.jpg}Table.png}
    The character states clearly the quality of art that they seek to make. Each quality provides a percentage - either a single digit for creditable or worthy works, or ranges of percentage for works of greater value.
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