Re: Dumb questions

From: Todd Gardiner <todd.gardiner_at_E0CTBDXUykz9PSCqiNz3gKiDqhUnuYhZ2AZNL3V2DCkLZ8FLfBVWDYIHFfhV9H>
Date: Wed, 8 Oct 2008 11:12:28 -0700

Of course, you wouldn't quest for ONE horse. You'd quest for breeding stock. That way everyone in the tribe (eventually) would share in the rewards. But, yes, the plan to get more powerful, known items is definitely going to be more persuasive to your community when it comes time to ask for support.

On Wed, Oct 8, 2008 at 9:29 AM, Jeff Richard <> wrote:

> If my players wanted to do an experimental heroquest for a magical
> item that lets their horse pull a plow faster, I'd certainly let them.
> Although their kinfolk might protest about such a remarkable waste of
> resources when they could always have quested to get Barntar's magical
> plow, which is five times better than a normal ox-plow (instead of
> only 20% better like the horse-collar) and can plow through solid
> rock! Or even better, they could get Barntar's blessing for the entire
> clan making everyone's task easier.
> Jeff

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