Talk:The Siege of Novadom

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Isn't Logan double-booked with the Newcourt Tower?--ErrolC 08:58, 9 Mar 2006 (NZDT)

Hmmm. A Med/High game with an extreme level party signed up. Guess it will be a very short game :) -- Andrew 09:07, 9 Mar 2006 (NZDT)

Have you ever been on a William game? Level +=2 is't a bad thing. Struan 09:54, 9 Mar 2006 (NZDT)

Novadom has only been a DC base for several years. I'm not sure it can handle the attentions of an extreme party! --ErrolC 09:40, 9 Mar 2006 (NZDT)

If you feel that attacking Vampires in a fortress city is a Medium level game then so be it. I dont. I feel given what the villians are a High+ level advanture if not more. The other aspect is that Novadom is part of the ongoing story-line of a few characters in the guild and I would feel that they would wish to be involved independant of level. Engalton is one of these characters.

--Jono Bean 15:37, 23 Mar 2006 (NZST)

No need to be defensive Jono, no criticism intended. Extreme parties aren't known for being kind to the surrounding architecture, that's all.

--Errol 17:33, 23 Mar 2006 (NZST)

By getting A Letter of marque for the Sea Goddess Haven ship will not the party be stealing from other guild members and become blacklisted. Officially sanctioned theft is still theft. Afterall this could work both ways and start conflict between guild members. -- Noel

Issuing a Letter of Marque doesn't change the ownership of a vessel, or requisition it (follow the link to Wikipedia in the article). I'm assuming permission has been gained from the vessel's owners to borrow her. If not, yes it's theft/piracy (or a negotiation yet to happen).

--Errol 17:33, 23 Mar 2006 (NZST)

I have talked to Keith and tried to contact the other players that are owners of the ship. By getting the Letter of Marque we are trying to show that we are doing this with consideration to the characters involved, and its not just a random theft.
--Jono Bean 18:11, 23 Mar 2006 (NZST)

Actually I fully expected naked theft of the Sea Goddess and a not so polite apology afterwards. And players run and hide when I announce a high game. --William