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Fiefdom: Manors, Ruling manorial fiefs

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Rules for player-controlled fiefdoms!


In this accessory there are the rules required for the DM to introduce the corner-stone of feudal domains: Manors.
A manor is the basic feudal unit, able to support a knight and his retinue. The lord (or lords) of the manor profit from the effort of their serfs and in exchange for the privilege swear featly to a higher noble.

This accessory contains rules for governing such a fiefdom including the income from the work of the serfs and taxes on the gentry, expenses to support the estate and support the liege the lord of the manor owes allegiance to, feudal actions, random events and more.
Three ready-to-use manor estate descriptions for your campaign are in the appendix, with a few details on the locals. Examples range from the common manor overlooking 500 peasants working for a knight, to an oligarchic estate for a small group of lords (perfect for a PC group), to a benefice owned by the state religion.

The first step in an ambitious product chain about ruling fiefdoms. Towns, baronies and even bigger dominions will be added in the future

 
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Kyle S August 10, 2017 8:29 pm UTC
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When can we expect the follow-up? I'd love more of this!
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Andrew P August 17, 2017 9:25 am UTC
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I plan to have a follow up, but don't expect it within 2017. Unfortunately I don't have much time and the rules I use for my campaign for baronies (the next instalment) are too complicated for the casual reader.
I -do- have rules for baronies all the way up to Empires. I just have to find a way to slim them down to a manageable set without sacrificing the elements that make them dear to me.

Thank you for the review and the interest.
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Matthew R August 29, 2016 12:57 pm UTC
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Hi Andrew, Really enjoying the book, I have some artwork for the remaining NPC's (Horseman/Horse Archer etc) you might find useful, please send me your email via http://rpg5e.info/contact/ and I'll send you review copies to use if you like.
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Andrew P October 16, 2016 2:39 pm UTC
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Just saw your comment. Sorry for the delay!
I don't plan to add more to this particular product, but I would eventually write one about baronies once I manage to simplify my custom-rules enough for general consumption. A couple minor adventures I have on the works though, will also feature horsemen and horse archers.
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Matthew R August 28, 2016 12:20 pm UTC
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Thank you for the artwork credit, it's much appreciated!
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This title was added to our catalog on August 07, 2016.