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Welcome to Calradia! It is a land once united under a single Empire and is now split into six lands and factions, each with a unique culture, a ruler, a claimant, and a collection of fiefs and vassals. Nobles and kings lead war parties across Calradia, attending tournaments, feasts and collecting taxes from their fiefs. When at war they sweep across enemy lands with their armies, conquering the castles and lands of opposing factions and plundering their villages. It is a land of varying climates, from snowy tundra to harsh desert, and many find that there is little justice to be had amongst the nobles and petty kings. Calradia seems to be begging for a just and strong individual to unify it once more. You have 1000 CP
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Choose a History to dictate your past and memories. Roll 1d8+16 to determine your age. You may change gender for 50 CP. +No new, confusing set of memories. - No friends or place in this world. The light dazzles you slightly as you wake up on the floor in the middle of the town square of your starting location. A guard looks at you suspiciously and you decide to move off before people start asking questions. You were a page at a nobleman s court and grew up to be a squire. Although not formally knighted, you grew tired of saddling horses and polishing armour and decided to try to make it as a mercenary. You have a martial education in fighting and leading men. You grew up in a village that was subjected to frequent raids and to feed your family you had no choice but to start poaching. Luckily, you were an exceptionally good shot and were sharp enough to not get caught. Now you re going (sort of) legit and have decided to use your bow to more lucrative ends. +Education in arts of war, comfortable in noble courts. - Used to the finer things in life. +A useful skillset, good with a bow. - Nobles may be suspicious of you. +Good support abilities, educated well... - ...to medieval standards. You were a bright child in a family just rich enough to send you to university. You picked up trade easily and likely a few other disciplines as well. While your use on the battlefield may not be instantly apparent, you are likely to be a credit to any army in other ways.
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Your starting location. Roll 1d8 to determine where you begin your journey. You may choose any starting location for 50 CP. The Kingdom of Swadia, ruled by King Harlaus and his Counts. Home to mostly average troops but boasts truly formidable knights that little can withstand the charge of. Their land is temperate and central. The Kingdom of Rhodoks, ruled by King Graveth and his Counts. They rely on their skilled and well - equipped polearm and crossbow militia to hold the line and defend their mountainous home. In the South - West. The Kingdom of Nords, ruled by King Ragnar and his Jarls. Lacks cavalry entirely and has mediocre archers but uses incredibly strong and fast infantry to devastating effect. Great access to the sea and positioned to the North - West.
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