[PnP] Re: Armor and Weapon making

Choinski, Burton Burton.Choinski at matrixone.com
Fri Oct 6 04:05:37 CEST 2006

That's actually a good call.  When I type up my notes (and when I hit my players up), I'll charge DOUBLE if you have not spent at least a season in the location building up supplies.

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From: pnp-bounces at abroere.xs4all.nl on behalf of Alex Koponen
Sent: Thu 10/5/2006 9:22 PM
To: pnp at abroere.xs4all.nl
Subject: [PnP] Re: Armor and Weapon making
In a low tech society there are a lot of craftsmen storing wood for 
seasoning. Craftsmen living in the same place year after year can save 
some money by getting green wood and letting it season until it is 
ready. It should cost a bit of a premium, but seasoned logs and planks 
of local varieties of wood should be available for purchase from 
carpenters, woodwrights, et cetera. Adventurers should easily be able to 
afford the premium and will have wood ready to use.

To a lesser extent other raw materials may be available for a premium. 
Example: The local forge may have bought several years supply of iron 
ore and will be willing to sell some for twice the cost per pound that 
they paid for it.

Of course this is less likely to happen in some areas...particularly far 
from civilization. 

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