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  • Adventuring Company

    An adventuring company is made up of the following: [[Player]]s -- You, and your friends. Complete with power cards. [[NAC]]s (Non Adventuring Characters) -- These roles are responsible for playing the Tactica mini-game. [[Entourage]] -- These …

  • Player

    The players, well, they are players. They are represented in the game world as spirits. Behold: Flavor text! You are the conglomeration of the spirits of many heroes of the past. All the characters you have played, and you thirst for experience. You, …

  • Character

    A character is a D&D 4th edition character. A character may be assigned to only one task at a time. Either a [[Mission]], a [[Quest]] or [[Resting]].

  • NAC

    NACs, or Non-Adventuring Characters. In D&D Tactica, these are characters that do not have much of an in-game presence. They are the overseers of the [[Adventuring Company]], responsible for various roles within the [[Adventuring Company]]. The …

  • Entourage

    The Entourage is a stack of [[Character]]s. They are the residents of the [[Domicile]]. They may be sent on [[Mission]]s or [[Quest]]s. Special rules regarding each [[Character]] may be found under the [[Character]] page.

  • Hoard

    The hoard is made up of [[Item]]s, [[Gold]], and other managed objects. Things like horses, serfs, and properties. The [[Hoardmaster]] is responsible for managing and divvying out gold from the Hoard.

  • Domicile

    The [[Domicile]] determines many of the [[mission]]s and activities that you can perform. It is made up of [[Room]]s, which have [[Character]]s from the [[Entourage]] performing and utilizing and requiring them in various ways. For the starting [[ …

  • Starting out

    The starting [[Entourage]] is made up of the following: * One [[Character]] for each [[Player]]. * One [[Taskmaster]] * One [[Hoardmaster]] * One [[Recruiter]] * One [[Frontman]] Every starting [[Domicile]] is made up of the following: * One [[ …

  • Missions

    Missions are like [[quest]]s, in that they occupy a [[character]] and net the [[Adventuring company]] a reward of some fashion. However, they are played out in a much shorter time period and not required to be roleplayed. (Note, you may still roleplay …

  • Quest

    A quest is a roleplayed actual D&D 4th edition session. It is undertaken by some number of characters, put forth by the DM, and includes all of the wholesome goodness that a 4th edition D&D DM is expected to provide. Quests should take up the majority of …

  • Dungeon Master

    This is the Dungeon Master, the DM, the GM, the whatnot. He is elected to office, and may step down as necessary. Its encouraged for this role to be passed around to the willing candidates, so that everyone who wants to play some monsters sometime can do …

  • Basic Crafting

    Basic crafting is the process of turning raw materials into general goods. It allows a character to create any items listed under 'adventuring gear' on page 222 of the Player's Handbook. The character must be able to use the item in order to create it. …

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