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Eat Prey Kill - Bestiary and hunting rules for MÖRK BORG

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Eat Prey Kill - Bestiary and hunting rules for MÖRK BORG

When stomachs growl and there’s no inn in sight, roll for Presence and succeed to see what potential feasts you find.

Featuring simple rules for hunting, along with beast tables for 9 different regions. A total of 54 (probably) dangerous and (possibly) delicious feasts!

Art by the eminent Johan Nohr.

MÖRK BORG is ©2020 Ockult Örtmästare Games and Stockholm Kartell.

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Keith M July 05, 2020 11:11 pm UTC
Forgive me if this has already been brought up. After a VERY quick run through the PDF, this caught my eye... page 6 & 7 the GRIM-TOOTHED SQUIRREL does d6 damage, while the NAMELESS & TAMELESS STRAYS do d4, but at the same time the UNBRED MUTTS do d6.

I think this PDF is a nice addition to the game that adds some interesting flavor, but at the same time, there seem to be some inconsistencies in a few stats/damage. Granted, I could be missing something that is obvious to most people, so please keep that in mind when reading my comment.
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Karl D July 06, 2020 5:57 am UTC
Hey, thanks for checking out the thing what I wrote!<br /><br />
I'll go through my rationale for each of those three particular beasts:<br /><br />
The nameless and tame less strays do d4 damage since that's what the small but vicious dogs in the main rulebook do. Basically they're malnourished street dogs of all sizes.
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The unbred mutts on the other hand do d6 because they're evolved (perhaps even infused with fel magics?) from generations of dogs living in an arguably more dangerous area than the strays of Grift.
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The grim-toothed squirrel does d6 because its teeth are particularly nasty. Like, if a stray dog does d4, imagine what a squirrel doing d6 must look like.<br /><br />
Of course, this is just what I came up with. Please feel free to modify those numbers as you see fit!
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