[Glorantha]Re: Fleshing out some Glorantha-specific details

From: John Galloway <gallowayja_at_hotmail.com>
Date: Tue, 23 Nov 2004 07:05:22 +0000

Thanks for the interesting (and excellent) suggestions.

>From: "Jane Williams" <janewilliams20_at_y...>

>Hmm, Tales 7 (1992!) and "The Old Hare's Riddle" by John Quaife. The
>few rules are RQ, but it's mainly background, scenery, and plotline.
>Quite linear. Way, way, OOP, though. Anyone know of a copy on-line?
>It fits everything you're trying to do here extremely well.

and later about an Upland Marsh scenario

>Again, if this sounds of interest, I can fill in more details off-
>list.You tell if it needs doing by how much the Marsh is encrouching
>(or just do it every year anyway!) Benefits include not being
>flooded or over-run by zombies.

>Assuming that the original poster is interested...?

Yes, I am very interested in both the things you described though don't put yourself to too much trouble just for me. :-)

>From: Bryan <bethexton_at_y...>

>It could be smaller than clan level, because it could be that three
>steads--possibly coming from different clans--that all have grazing
>up on the Hill--it being a substantial hill, that is why it is a
>boundary between clans.

Lol - This just occured to me yesterday! Use three smallish groups of people but make them from different clans. The main relationship is their close proximity to each other.


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