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Pledge yourself for a kingdom

What is it About?

  There are many Kingdoms your Wizard can be part of or join. The reason for a pledge can be affection for a kingdom, or maybe the Wizard like the payment for a mission.

Rules of pledging

  At the start of the Game you can join forces with an Kingdom.   Name: Name of the Faction
Bonus: What will you get as salary?
Malus: What does your Faction want from you?
Restriction: What you can't do or be.
   

Kingdoms of Humans

    Name: Kingdom of Laiwen
Bonus: You can hire up to 5 specialists instead of 4 / They give you Longdale-Wine, before you do a Injury-roll, you can declare that you want to use it. It gives you a +1.
Malus: If you sell Items you only get 60% of the salery,
Restriction: you have to be a Human or a Dwarf

Name: Kingdom Xupia
Bonus: you get a 15% discount while hiring an archer / You get a bread, one soldier that has to miss the next game is able to reroll on the injury table. He has to accept the new result.
Malus: If you sell Items you only get 60% of the salery,
Restriction: you have to be a human or dwarf

Name: Kingdom of Aqonia
Bonus: Before you roll for a spell you can declare that you want a +1 (once per game and for one out of the game spells)
Malus: If you sell Items you only get 60% of the salery,
Restriction: you have to be a human or gnoll

Name: Kingdom of Kheoris
Bonus: You can reroll one Injury-roll, the new result has to be accepted.
Malus: If you sell Items you only get 60% of the salery
Restriction: you have to be a human or elf.

Name: Kingdom Norfel
Bonus: every 7 Items you sell, you get an radom grimoire
Malus: If you sell Items you only get 60% of the salery
Restriction: None

Name: Kingdom of Khisal
Bonus: You can give one of your Knights the Title, Veteran of the Orc Wars, he get a +1F.
Malus: If you sell Items you only get 60% of the salery,
Restriction: you have to be a human. You have to hire a Knight in your start Warband.    

Kingdoms of Dwarf/Elves

  Name: Kingdom of Ungoliand (Dwarf)
Bonus: The spell enchant armour, can be used twice at the same target. (Limeted to one model per game)
Malus: If you sell Items you only get 75% of the salery
Restriction: no Necromancer Skills allowed, you have to be a Dwarf

  Name: Kingdom of the Leaf (Elves)
Bonus: The spell enchant weapon, can be used twice at the same target. (Limeted to one model per game)
Malus: If you sell Items you only get 75% of the salery
Restriction: no Necromancer Skills allowed, you have to be an elf
 

Kingdoms of Orcs

  Name: Kingdom of Murzol
Bonus: You can Name an Barbarian. He gets +2 wounds. He is called Berserker. An Barbarian has to be in your start Warband
Malus: If you sell Items you only get 75% of the salery
Restriction: You can not be a Thaumaturge as Starting Class, you have to be a Orc or Gnoll

Name: Kingdom of Dugorim
Bonus: Your Trackers can use the LOS of your other trackers.
Malus: If you sell Items you only get 70% of the salery
Restriction: You can not be a Sigilist as Starting Class, you have to be a Orc, Gnoll or Human, you can only hire up to 3 trackers.    

     

Factionless

  If you don't want to be part of a Faction, it is fine. But it is way more difficult to become ne Members for your warband.
  Malus: You only can recruit op to two new Members after a game. the cost of Soldiers and Specialists ist increased by 10%/20% (not for the start warband).        

Change the Faction


You can change your loyalty to a faction. If you change the faction, you lost one random member of your party and (if you have one) a random artifact from your inventory. If you want to avoid to lose a member and an artifact, you can pay 250 Goldcoins. You can change your loyalty to a faction every two games.      

Reputation

  Your work for your faction is important. If you gain Experience and sell Items to your faction, you get reputation.   You get reputationpoints for:
1 for every 3 Level your Wizard raised up
1 for every Item you sell
1 for every wizard you are able to defeat (the Wizard has to do a injury-roll)

What can yo do with your reputation? Reputationpoints(RP)


  You can spent it:
RP Effect
5 you get 5% more salary (max 90%) permanent
10 50% discount for your next soldier or sepcialist
50 You get the title Baron
Baron: Your effort will be rewarded. You get a small barony in the territory of your faction. The barony provide you with 20Gold after each game.

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