Requiem of the Four Realms

STRAW POLL - Miniatures Combat

Pat Venable
24 mins
STRAW POLL: I’ve noticed that the slowest part of our campaign (SHOCKINGLY) is combat. We’ve had a while to get used to the basics and such. How would you guys feel about switching over to using maps and minis for combat?
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Stephanie Krause I am never OPPOSED to visual combat.
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Catrina Mueller Do you think it would speed up combat? It certainly would be helpful to me, as I sometimes have trouble visualizing multiple things at a time, but setting miniatures up on our already pretty crowded table might be difficult and/or time consuming.
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Pat Venable I think it would speed up all the “okay which one is over here, which one got damaged” etc. I am an old hand at it so it shouldn’t take too long to set up. We can move the table-clutter to the breakfast bar
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Catrina Mueller Okie dokie. I’m all for it, then!
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Pat Venable Erin Venable, Daniel Keating when you have a moment
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Castle of Wolfram
The Inspiring Stoneworks

Wolfram Castle is considered one of the most beautiful in the Lake Serene region, and architecturally-minded and warlike individuals often make “pilgrimages” to view the castle and beg for tours of its subtleties and defenses. It is said that half the castles along the Mountains of Woe bear clear marks of being cribbed in part from Wolfram Castle.

- Fortifications and Fanes, A Guide to the Enduring Stoneworks of the Eastern Autumnlands, PE 721, Arnut Torsethaugen (translated from Dwarven)


Helbridge City
The River Guardian

Helbridge is one of the largest cities in the Western Marches of the Mountains of Woe. Despite the relative poverty of Brechenwold, Hellbridge commands the mighty river trade from the breadbasket lands to the north down to Lake Selene.


Sketch of Styx
The Free City of Styx

“Ah the so-called Free City of Styx… a motley rabble hiding behind their catapults and heretical trickery. The only reason my Wulfsgart cavalry haven’t lanced that pustule for good is that Styx is worthless and backward, with nothing worth capturing.”
- King Rogar of Wolfram, Seventh of his Name, PI 832

“Casualty Report: Battle of Styx, Wolfram Forces
Knights – 17 deceased, 32 wounded
Archers – 199 deceased, 473 wounded
Infantry Regulars – 802 deceased, 2,133 wounded
Infantry Levies, Militia, Mercenaries and Auxiliaries – 4,301 deceased, 9,679 wounded”
- Field Report, Wolfram Royal Army, following the disastrous Battle of Styx, penned PI 837


Krevva Dhon
Island Fortress of Despair

The island fortress of Krevva Dhon is located far from shore in Lake Serene. In the heyday of the Imperium, this remote retreat was employed as a secret laboratory. There is no record of any post-imperium explorers breaching this citadel. It may be empty and stripped bare. It may be thronged with monstrous creations and devices. It could even be continually operating, housing all manner of active, sinister experiments.


Game this Sunday?

I incorrectly assumed the party was tomorrow, not today. Is there anyone around and interested in getting together to play this coming Sunday, 6/28?

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