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  • Crumplepunch
    replied to Ask the Devs
    "All exceptional equipment other than weapons and armor provides a +1 bonus to all rolls to use it."

    This does not specify whether it is a Charm or non-Charm bonus. Artifact equipment is stated to offer Charm dice unless the text specifies otherwise, but no such clarification is made about non-artifact equipment. Is the bonus a Charm die or a non-Charm die?
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  • Crumplepunch
    replied to Ask the Devs
    Thanks for that, I know I'm not the only one who will be glad to hear it....
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  • Crumplepunch
    replied to Ask the Devs
    If I put in a freelancer submission and I don't hear anything for several months can I assume I'm not going to get a response either positive or negative?
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  • Crumplepunch
    replied to Does creation have tectonic plates?
    I would suggest that earthquakes and other seismic activity might caused by any number of poorly understood factors, like the passage of subterranean behemoths, divine curses, the fitful dreams of Pasiap or imbalances of elemental Essence in the local dragon lines....
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  • Crumplepunch
    replied to Your Headcanon
    Oh, if you mean that work intensive forged-iron goods like swords are worth their weight in silver, that's a far more credible claim and I have no complaint, with the caveat that the exchange would fluctuate wildly even over relatively small distances. I thought you were talking about ingots....
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  • Crumplepunch
    replied to Your Headcanon
    You've obviously done your research, but I'm curious about this part in particular.

    I was under the impression that iron was mined and refined in enormously greater quantities than silver in most of the ancient world. At the peak of Rome the ratio was more than 1:400, owing to the mountains of iron coming from Gaul, Britain, Asia Minor and the Danubian provinces, and there was even an imbalance in contemporary Han China where iron was far rarer. Sources from the Peloponnesian War, roughly a century after the advent of wrought iron in Greece, indicate that a talent of silver (around...
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    Last edited by Crumplepunch; 08-29-2017, 08:05 AM.

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