Time period of this campaign

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Time period of this campaign

Postby thetrickygnome » Fri Jan 04, 2008 11:20 am

Does WitchHunter take place during the Revolutionary War of
Independance that we had with England? You know the whole Boston
Tea Party affair and all that. In other words, does it occur before,
during, or after the occupation and control of England over us?

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Postby The Heretic » Fri Jan 04, 2008 12:40 pm

This is pre revolution. The boston massacre has yet to occur. The colonies are thoroughly english
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Postby chainsaw_derelct » Fri Jan 04, 2008 1:08 pm

If it's Solomon Kane or similar, think Pilgrims and such. Probably early 1600s if that is the case. Not quite the early Industrial Revolution and still in the tail end of the Inquisition / High Renaissance.
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Postby Needles » Fri Jan 04, 2008 1:09 pm

I thought it was in the 1730's.
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Postby chainsaw_derelct » Fri Jan 04, 2008 1:25 pm

Needles wrote:I thought it was in the 1730's.


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"Witch Hunter: The Invisible World" is a historical fantasy campaign setting with elements of classical horror; it is produced by Paradigm Concepts which also has the d20 Arcanis setting and its associated "living" campaign to its credit. The setting takes place on an alternate Earth in 1698, a world where Hernando Cortez's Spanish expeditionary force was brutally slaughtered by the Aztecs, the Renaissance was muted, the Enlightment never happened, and women have near equity in society.

The system used is proprietary, and exclusively uses d10s in a success-based and contesting fashion that focuses on cinematic rather than "crunchy". Advancement is done through skill points, through which talents (an analogue to feats) and skills (similar to d20 skill ranks), as well as points for the nine core ability scores, can be purchased.
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Postby Highmoon » Sun Jan 06, 2008 11:14 am

Just a quick fix there:

The game is set in 1689, as per the core book. I'm sure it will move on from there, but that's where it starts.


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