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The Queen's Commission: An Imperium OffTopicum Game

Discussion in 'Imperium OffTopicum' started by Robert Can't, Nov 16, 2018.

  1. thomas.berubeg

    thomas.berubeg Wandering the World

    Joined:
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    Messages:
    8,899
    Location:
    Ft. Lauderdale
    Castelo de Lenore
    Captain: Capitan Martin de Arguelles
    Soldiers: 25


    Buildings:
    Fort
    Trading Post


    Items:
    120 Food
    25 Tools
    105 Wood
    25 Armour
    2 Dinghies


    Issues:
    Possible pirate base
    Evidence of abandoned native treasures



    5 soldiers to gather wood
    5 soldiers to fish, using 1 dinghy
    5 soldiers to build a Barracks
    5 soldiers to build a watchtower/beacon (I know you don’t have it in your rules, but I figure it makes sense as an upgrade for the Fort)
    5 soldiers to go off and explore southwards in a dinghy, looking for signs of pirates.
    Trade 5 tools to the natives for gold and friendship.
     
    Last edited: Dec 6, 2018
  2. Seon

    Seon Not An Evil Liar

    Joined:
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    Messages:
    7,541
    Location:
    Not Lying through my teeth
    Let us avoid traveling on the river unless absolutely necessary from now on.

    Task 5 soldiers to hunt the Lizard-Pig-Things.
    Task 5 soldiers to gather wood.

    Launch a scouting mission to the Jungle Southeast of Amets with 5 soldiers.

    Launch an expedition with 10 soldiers, following the river upstream on foot and carrying the following gear:

    10 armor
    20 food
    10 wood

    Keep a respectable distance from the river and only approach when necessary to collect drinking waters.
     
  3. Everblack

    Everblack Blacker then you

    Joined:
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    Messages:
    335
    Location:
    Chicago
    Fort Ebony Claw
    Captain: Captain Raul the Black
    Soldiers: 25

    Buildings:
    Fort

    Items:
    285 Food
    25 Tools
    90 Wood
    25 Armour
    4 Canoes
    1 Dinghy
    15 Ivory

    Issues:
    Hunting here will be more efficient

    Order
    An Expedition of 12 will be lead to see how far the river goes and to see if the local tales are true or not. They will be walking on foot. 2 men will be carry 5 wood each and the rest will carry 4 food.

    10 will scout past the river and move west inland.

    3 will gather wood.
     
  4. Trigo238

    Trigo238 Chieftain

    Joined:
    May 23, 2018
    Messages:
    3
    Gender:
    Female
    Character Name: Katering Wengan
    Fort Name: Lautaro
    Fort Location: (Terrance will post with drawing)
    About Me: Katering, a young girl, grew between revenge and swords, the time of revenge brought her sadness, but a lot of happiness, new friendships, a family of brothers and sisters, that will go to hell and back just for her, and the ability to help the worst pain.
     
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  5. Terrance888

    Terrance888 Discord Reigns

    Joined:
    Jul 22, 2007
    Messages:
    13,603
    Location:
    Homework Workshop
    Character Name: The Lordling, Javier

    Fort Name: Ngechiwe

    Fort Location:


    About Me:

    Javier last in line of a sufficiently prestigious family, with absolutely no chance of inheriting anything whatsoever. Too young to have participated in the great conquests of the Last War, the boy was restless and brooding, spending much time listening to tales of glory and watching his father’s various followers at work. When he learned about the New Lands, he leapt upon the opportunity, but was quietly turned down. Not to be dissuaded, he publicly requested his father’s support at his birthday celebration. With the pressure of the public event surrounding him, the father was forced to agree, and arranged for his youngest son’s expedition.

    Javier is not respected by his soldiers whatsoever. They follow him for two reasons only - 1) there may be a slight chance they would survive this expedition and become rich as lords, and 2) if they let the boy die, the father will surely destroy them in his wrath.

    There are three individuals who care for Javier, although they too would not claim to respect him. They are his Tutor turned Chaplain, his Butler turned Quartermaster, and his Weapons Trainer turned Commander.

    Javier is not a child, but only barely acceptable as a man of responsibility. Although he wasn’t spoiled, he lived a life of privilege and tales of his sibling’s great feats and accomplishments. He was somewhat mischievous before the brooding began, but other than that did not demonstrate any unique talents or strengths. More worryingly, not much is known about how he would handle this new responsibility, or if he is even taking it seriously.
     
    Last edited: Dec 6, 2018
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  6. NinjaCow64

    NinjaCow64 The Continuation of the Dream Supporter

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    7,567
    Orders (Diego Brando):

    The fact that there are natives nearby is good news. It means that there will be treasure! Hurrah! The only problem is the natives may attack us so we must be on high alert this week.

    During the day, 20 people will scout out areas near the camp while 5 people stay to defend the fort. The scouts should stay close to the camp, this is not an expedition this is more of a scout to see where the natives could attack us from. If we see any small groups of natives that we could easily take on then try to capture them.

    At night, come back to camp and rest but make sure that we are prepared for surprise attacks at night. Sleep in shifts, five people will be awake to watch for native surprise attacks and every two hours we will cycle the watch so everyone gets a decent nights sleep over a ten hour period. We must treat this like we are in enemy territory. If the natives attack, wake up the rest of the garrison and we will overpower them. Try to take at least one of the attacking native alive.

    If we manage to capture one or more of the natives, interrogate them and try and learn their language to the point where we can interrogate them for information on where the treasure is kept. Perhaps later in our expedition when we learn more about what's going on we could put them to work.
     

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