Within the next 3 weeks my cousin is hoping to start A 1st edition Dungeons and Dragons Campaign that used The Pelinore Setting, but he has a massive problem. What should my cousin do?
Her problem is that se created very detailed Tables for determining A Pcs Families History, 1 of The Event rolls has The Character be descended from a line of Pirates that goes back more then 12 millennium and their cash and valuables alone was worth roughly 200 million Gold
They also had over a thousand assorted other things, several hundred magical goodies, A Library of more then 8,000 Spell Scrolls and more then 1,400 Spell Books that between them hold almost every Spell of both Illusionist and Magic User type in the game, 3 intelligent Weapons and 4 Minor Artefacts
Saying that though the characters great-grand father spend roughly 61.4% of the family fortune to buy 16 Baronies that each cost 10 million Gold and with that he also bought lands and properties
He also spend another 30 million Gold on complete pardons for all members of his family that are still alive, another just over 2 Million Gold worth of lands and properties, he also has almost 200 Ships that were Pirate Ships and are now heavily armed Merchant Ships and The Title of most Minor Count in world history
They also showed that his players character had been given enough training to roll 1D3+15 for 3 stats and 1D4+9 for the other 3 stats, to know either 1D2+4 Languages or double the number of languages they'd normally and he ended up with A Magic User with Str 11, Con 12, Dex 16, Int 18, Wis 10, Ch 17 and 3Hp that knows 10 languages
The reason that The GM added this to the events table is because it needed A 97 or higher on 1D100 followed by A 10 or higher on 1D12 followed by A 4 or higher on 1D6 followed by A 3 or 4 on 1D4 and he figured that no-one would ever fairly pass all those roll
She made that table shortly before she turned 13, it was in 1,986 and I think The Month was June and no player of her has even come close to fairly rolling A 97 or higher on 1D100 followed by A 10 or higher on 1D12 followed by A 4 or higher on 1D6 followed by A 3 or 4 on 1D4 but now someone has. What should my cousin do?
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