Curiosities and Acquisitions
Curiosities and Acquisitions Campaign Wiki
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New Rules for The Monk
Crit and Fumble charts
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This campaign takes place in the Forgotten Realms. There is a ton of history and background material that will be introduced as appropriate. It’s way to rich and detailed to try and reproduce in this wiki. Nevertheless there are a number of laws, customs, and norms of behavior that must be observed by the party.
Your adventure begins in the kingdom of Cormyr. There is a book that you can refer to to learn the history, laws, and even the mindset of Cormyr and it’s citizens. I put the book in the media library. Most importantly you must have an Adventurer’s Charter
No adventurer’s may operate as a group without first acquiring a royal Charter.
Charters cost 1,000 golden lions, with an annual tax of 300 golden lions
Once a group is chartered, members must wear the group’s badge or coat of arms at all times.
This means that you need to come up with a name for your adventuring company and a coat of arms or a symbol of some sort that can be worn as a badge.
If I can get the background working, the parchment art was created by Firesign24-7 on deviant art.
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