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The Great Pendragon Campaign Part 2


#7895

Cholderton income

£6 +2 dovecote + 1 apiary = 9.

9 x 0.75 = 6.75

Newton Income £6 +2 apiary x 0.5 = £4


#7896

Juno’s needle lost on d20: 14 1 or 2

£2

Arnold’s Cat £1 d20: 19


#7897

Hogarths construction checks.
In order moat, fish pond, enclosed well

3d20: 14 + 9 + 7 = 30

Sir Arnold’s Orchard

_looks straight at @SleepyWill _

d20: 5


#7898

Sir Arnold spends £4 to live as a poor knight.

£1 to pay for apiary.

No money on hand.


#7899

((Does the raid impact the building of improvements at Cholderton, or is that only raids as dictated by the GPC?))


#7900

Hogarth.

Manor Income 6.75
Savings 3.5
Captain income 5
Stipend 4
Needle 2
= 21.25

Costs
Apiary 1
Dovecote 1
Ditch and rampart .5
Patron to scholar 1
Men at arms 2.5
Normal standard of living 6
Return of Stipend 4
Sheep Herd (Cursed) 5

Money on hand after costs £0.25


#7901

I checked this to, this kind of raid is immune.


#7902

(As Hogarth is a household knight temporarily, you don’t need to pay for your standard of living. Although as Emblyn is staying at Cholderton, perhaps there is still a £2 cost?)


#7903

Im returning the stipend as I’m not actually providing protection for Cholderton. I don’t have to, but I’m going to.


#7904

As the raid was from the calamity table, my interpretation is that there is no other effect other than on the fate score, as written


#7905

Are you all sorted Hogarth for this phase of Winter or do you still have outstanding economic stuff to do?


#7906

Think sorted. Purchased some more cursed sheep, nothing else going forwards.


#7907

Ryia at Idmiston
Normal Income £6
Apiary d2: 2

Coneygarth to be checked for completion

Manorial Luck d6: 4
Event d20: 19

Care d20: 14 vs Concern (My Commoners) 7
Stewardship d20: 8 vs 16


#7908

Idmiston Misfortune d20: 1 vs 19 against Stewardship 8


#7909

No misfortune at Idmiston (For once!) and that is a Meagre harvest, once Wine has been taken into account - x0.75 expected income


#7910

So…this is"Discretionary funds" right?
£5
-1 (second squire to be paid here according to the model)
+1 (melisarium, part of discretionary funds as long as Leddicus lives).

Total: still £5 for estate

  • 20.5 treasure
  • 2.5 (part-time stipend as a Praefectus)

Grand Total = £28

Can I now spend using normal costs in estate?
Right?


#7911

Yep, you can spend it now.


#7912

I didn’t get any treasure! Where’s Leddicus getting treasure from?

:stuck_out_tongue:


#7913

I saved 8.5 from last year + I sold the so many horses that my “Cornish friends” kindly gave me as a “voluntary” gift!

(Now I understand why rolls gave Leddicus Deceitful 12 this year and not the so many good traits like Generous that he got ticks for!!!)


#7914

Stable Rolls

Owain
Folly (charger) d20: 2
Wildfire (rouncy) d20: 8
Bracken (rouncy) d20: 16
Slate (sumpter) d20: 2
Eyebright (Violette’s courser) d20: 20 -1 (Age 7)
Saker (sight hound) d20: 15 -2 (Age 8)

Valens
Tan-Droed (Friesian) d20: 9
Pandora (rouncy) d20: 9
Harlequin (rouncy) d20: 2
Anteros (sumpter) d20: 11

Jiam
Tempest (charger) d20: 11
Flax (rouncy) d20: 12
Catkin (rouncy) d20: 14
Oak (sumpter) d20: 10
Ash (sumpter) d20: 5


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