I’ve just now completed the first half of the Mythic Corsica gazetteer articles.
Originally one large article, I’ve decided to split it into a few sections (the Mazzeri article being one of the sections), both so I can post some material now and then finish off the second main section but also because I’ll probably add smaller articles over time under the Mythic Corsica page as a sub-folder of the larger Mythic Genoa project.
Continue reading Mythic Corsica Part 1 – Mundane Landscape
Currently there is no canonical ArM5 treatment of the Roman Tribunal, which suits me fine as it not only allows me to develop my Mythic Genoa material without needing to account for more than occasional scattered references but leaves me really with only the old, often vilified and demon-plagued White Wolf version – ArM3 Tribunal of Hermes: Rome.
This is not the place for a dissection of that supplement’s flaws and merits, but I’d like to comment on one theme from the work that seems to have carried through into the current line:
The Roman Tribunal is vis poor.
Continue reading The Question of Verdi and the Control of Roman Vis