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BeitragVerfasst: Di 19. Jan 2010, 09:24 
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Hello,

Robert has translated the FAQ for our Rulesystem. click here

Greetings Lena


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 Betreff des Beitrags: Re: Rules FAQ in englisch
BeitragVerfasst: Do 4. Feb 2010, 09:42 

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Hi any idea when the english rulebook will arrive ?

if your translater quite, maybe you should just ask for a players help to do it?

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BeitragVerfasst: Do 4. Feb 2010, 10:20 
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Hi Peter,

i have translated the Rules already last year ;o).

Can be downloaded on the main page. Left navigation bar: "Regelsystem" -> "Rules 5.0".

Or take the shortcut:

http://www.live-adventure.de/ConQuest/d ... _V5_en.pdf


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thank you.. :)

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BeitragVerfasst: Do 24. Feb 2011, 14:32 
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Would it be possible to get the important parts of the safety check dokument (regarding weapons) translated to English?

While most of it probably is common sense to someone used to playing around with padded weapons, I would very much like to know if there are any special rules I need to know about.

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BeitragVerfasst: Sa 5. Mär 2011, 12:23 
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Hi Andre,

in short:

- A weapon longer than 50 cm that you use to hit someone should have at least 1.5 cm of foam padding between the edge and the core.
- A weapon that you use to knock someone unconscious should have a foam pommel.
- The weapon should be build in a way that the tip is guarded to not penetrate the foam if the tip is bend.
- A shield can have a stable core of wood or else, but needs to have at least 3 cm of foam on the edges.
- A weapons surface must be smooth and slippery. Not sticky (like degenerating latex).
- Chain-Weapons should not have uncovered chains. Chainparts must be soft. No hard plastic or metal. Best is to keep chains (like on a morning star) shorter than 30 cm. Chain weapons may NOT have a strap as a dropguard. You must be able to let drop such a weapon in case it wraps around something to prevent damage.
- Axes must be build in a way that secures the Axeblade not to twist it away from the core.
- Weapons that you throw (Daggers, Ninjastars, Stones, whatever) must be completely made out of foam. No core. No weights like lead.
- Selfbuild arrows can be used. But make sure that your construction contains safeguards stopping the shaft penetrating the foamtip. One tip here to make the Safety Gamemaster your friend is: Build one arrow, cut it in half and show that to the GM at the Entry Check, so that he can see your way of construction.

Personal Safety Check:

- Everyone guarantees that the weapon he is using is safe. Check often.
- Check for foam layers loosening from core or layer-to-layer
- Check for cuts in the foam/latex surface
- Check your arrows before shooting. Pull the head gently, does it loosen? Does it come off? Same to the feathers. Is the shaft broken?


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 Betreff des Beitrags: Re: Rules FAQ in englisch
BeitragVerfasst: So 17. Apr 2011, 20:44 
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Hi,

I have a few question about missile weapons and potions.

"During a battle, contact poisons can be effective only if used with Armour piercing
missile weapons." Does this mean that a poisoned arrow would have a green piece of fabric or paper tied to it? I've only ever seen normal and full foam arrows (from siege weapons) at CoM so I am wondering.

Armor piercing means things with a sharp point, like projectiles from a bow, crossbow but not blunt like a rock?

Would small biodegradable water balloons be acceptable as projectiles?

If yes, could they contain alchemical potions? I'm assuming I would yell the name of the potion when shooting, kind of like a magician yells the spell name, and the player would take the effect into account only if the liquid touched their skin.

If the balloons could not contain anything, do you think people would roleplay something like Windstoss?

Thanks a lot for the answers, looking forward to CoM :)


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BeitragVerfasst: Mo 18. Apr 2011, 06:52 
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Thomas B. hat geschrieben:
Would small biodegradable water balloons be acceptable as projectiles?


I can't answer the rest, but this would only be acceptable if the player to be hit agrees beforehand. Even pure water can destroy costumes or makeup and depending upon weather can put an unexpected cloth change into a players path.


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BeitragVerfasst: Di 19. Apr 2011, 19:51 
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Thomas B. hat geschrieben:
Hi,

I have a few question about missile weapons and potions.

"During a battle, contact poisons can be effective only if used with Armour piercing
missile weapons." Does this mean that a poisoned arrow would have a green piece of fabric or paper tied to it? I've only ever seen normal and full foam arrows (from siege weapons) at CoM so I am wondering.

Armor piercing means things with a sharp point, like projectiles from a bow, crossbow but not blunt like a rock?

Would small biodegradable water balloons be acceptable as projectiles?

If yes, could they contain alchemical potions? I'm assuming I would yell the name of the potion when shooting, kind of like a magician yells the spell name, and the player would take the effect into account only if the liquid touched their skin.

If the balloons could not contain anything, do you think people would roleplay something like Windstoss?

Thanks a lot for the answers, looking forward to CoM :)



Hi Thomas.

About your questions: Yes, poison can only be used with armour piercing weapons. That is, on arrows or projectiles that can pierce through a layer of armour, no blunt "throwable" weapons like a rock, a foam pan or else. And this excludes too full foam daggers or throwing axes.

And yes, such an arrow should be marked with a green band and when you hit your target, you need to call out the effect to said target so that the player / NPC knows what hit him.

About the Water Ballons:

The answer is: "Please don't".

Yes, we do not have exactly forbidden to do it. But it is a general understanding here in German Larp not to throw liquids or anything that could stick to a costume at another person without their consent.

And there is another thing: The trash. Yes, those waterballons may be biodegradable. But that does not happen overnight or when they get wet in the next rain. That needs weeks. And after the Event, those fields and paddocks have to be clean. We already need a day or two and many men and women to clean 60 Hektars of land from cigar buds and else. The land is owned by a stud horse farmer. And if any of his horses eats stuff that we have overlooked... and gets ill or dies from that... Please believe me, even the cheapest of his award winning horses are far more expensive than a new car.


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BeitragVerfasst: Di 19. Apr 2011, 22:43 
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Robert (ConQuest-Team) hat geschrieben:
Yes, we do not have exactly forbidden to do it. But it is a general understanding here in German Larp not to throw liquids or anything that could stick to a costume at another person without their consent.


Thanks for the heads up. I've been in Swiss larps that featured spitting zombies (don't ask) so it's nice to know about this "no wetting someone else without their consent" rule.

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And if any of his horses eats stuff that we have overlooked... and gets ill or dies from that...


Another good piece of info! Now this triggers another series of questions, sorry for the long list but I'd rather sort this out now so that I take the time to have the costume, character concept etc match the rules.

What would then be the minimum size for the foam balls used for example in the Geschoss spell? Should I just go with 8cm like in these products? Are they picked up along with the arrows by the SLs?

I'm not looking for millimiter precision but would like to avoid a horse swallowing one in case I can't find one such projectile after a battle.

Any finally a systems question because I am not sure from reading the rules: is there an alchemical version of Geschoss, e.g. an alchemical "grenade" that would also require throwing a ball? Or is the alchemical version of Geschoss considered a liquid poison that would be represented by a green label and attached to a classic larp arrow?

Thanks a lot for your help.


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