I’ve been coming up with the Heritage tables for players to roll on when creating a character. Here’s a preview:
Bahandi item 1d3
Oath of vengeance
Oath of brotherhood
Oath of love/fidelity
Ancestral guardian 1d3
Radiant beauty 1d3
Heroic strength 1d3
Tattoo of Glory 1d3 location - shoulders
Tattoo of Ferocity 1d3 location - face
Tattoo of Vitality 1d3 location – breast
You’ll be rolling 1d6 three times to determine category, then roll 1d6 again for the results under that category. I didn’t include everything yet, but this should give you an idea of how it’s taking shape.
The 1d3 and 1d6 rolls indicated with some entries determine the rating of the Asset you just acquired.
Bahandi items are precious goods such as brass gongs, ceramics, and wares of gold or silver that make up your treasure trove. In their case, the rating is their value – both commercial and social. The main function of bahandi items is to show prestige; you gain prestige for receiving them, and you gain prestige also for giving them away.
Entries in italics are Hooks, and not rated. They act as spurs and opportunities to gain Renown.