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  1. I think they strangely do it in reverse. I can't remember any references in the books but in Legacy of Dragonholt it seems that Counts and Countesses are ranked lower than Baron's and actually owe fealty to their County's Baron (such as the Countess of Dragonholt County). This may have been before they fleshed out the realm fully. Your idea makes a lot of sense from an orthodox point of view.
  2. What about in frontier towns on some god forsaken world where rules of civilisation barely apply but there are still humans?
  3. Thanks HaphazardNinja very helpful and helps give me more idea about how the world works
  4. Would it be possible to have more freedom as a bioroid if you were to escape to the moon or Mars or perhaps even a planetoid? Would there be lawless frontier areas there where you would have more freedom and be able to escape the watchful eye of big brother or are these areas as built up now as well? Also what about other areas on Earth far away from New Angeles like perhaps Australia (I picked this because I live here 😁)? Possibly stupid questions but I'm quite unfamiliar with the Android Universe. Maybe you can even live under the sea since you don't need to breath! 😆
  5. I recently bought the PDF and have only flicked through it (and am completely new to the setting) and have a few questions on clones. Firstly, I know Vat grown clones have no rights and are considered property but does that extend to natural clones? I.E. a family unable to conceive decides to have a baby cloned from the mother or father's DNA (or someone else that they admire) and bought to term naturally in the womb. Whilst for all intensive purposes a clone, the child would be born and raised as an ordinary human being. Secondly, are clones fertile? I would assume not due to the complications this would bring I.E. would children with a clone parent (or parents) have rights? Whilst being descended from clones, the offspring will have been conceived, born and grown up like normal children with no cloning or maturation processes involved. I'm sure these questions probably have nothing to do with the game or setting but I'm curious on if there's any official lore or if not what your take is.
  6. Thanks for the information, Duty and Obligation do sound like things that could definitely ported over to Genesys from your descriptions. Duty could potentially involve working for one of the Baronies, the Order of Kellos, perhaps an order out of the Aymhelyn as well as a tonne of other organisations and governing bodies. Obligation seams pretty self-explanatory.
  7. I'm not familiar with Obligation/Duty/Morality points having never played any of the Star Wars line. Are any of those something that could be transferred into RoT (possibly with a bit of tweaking)?
  8. I suspect they will be one shot, at least until they have covered all the separate game lines/genres from their IP. Maybe once they've covered those they may revisit with additional lore for lines like RoT and SotB and the other source books they create, as long as they are selling well enough. All speculation though, no one really knows what FFG is thinking.
  9. Oh, it might not actually be in the book, it was on the entry you had above for the cave spider, I've marked it in the quote
  10. Looks fantastic. I noticed in abilities though you seem to have referred to your cave spiders as a scorpion swarm. A scorpion swarm does sound pretty cool though.....
  11. I like the look of it and thematically she is perfect. I haven't played a lot of Genesys yet so not sure if she's too powerful. I might have to run a mini-game and pit her against my players and get back to you with any feedback. Watch this space!
  12. You are going to have your heroes face Waiqar, you are a bad, bad man, I love it! 😀
  13. Yep that's the one Archellus 😊. I only discovered them recently and love the idea of them. I'm planning on throwing them at my players soon in Descent 2. And Water Colour Dragon, it wasn't me that would have said that to you. I only discovered the one with the comb a couple of days ago when I bought the relevant expansion. Sounds like you are all over it though and all things crow related. ☺
  14. Any intention of having a go at the Crow Hag? They seem like a unique and interesting creature in Terrinoth….
  15. Fascinating, you keep this up and it may very much become a career if FFG take notice (not that I have any idea how they work, just my thoughts not theirs unfortunately). I'm sure doing something you love as a career, whilst it might become more of a chore, would still be more enjoyable than doing something you don't have a passion for. At the moment I have my players having their first tentative steps into Terrinoth through Legacy of Dragonholt (just completed) and Descent 2 (just starting) with the intention of then bringing them into the Genesys RPG with the lore and events established in those games as part of the additional history when the RPG begins in earnest. I never even had the foresight of bringing in a new darkness (let alone two), just letting events progress through a series of more standard adventures. It looks like you've gone much further and will have a great deal of lore and adventures prepared by the time I introduce my players to Realms of Terrinoth and I will have to say I won't be too proud to pilfer such in depth work
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