This Wild and Untamed Land
I’ll get more into this as the game progresses, but the basics of your Relationship score with key npcs relates to how invested they are in dealing with the party. A 5 or less means they consider the PC an Acquaintance, but not particularly close. A 6-11, means they consider the PC either a good friend, or a strong desire to compete with said character. A 12-30 means the NPC’s relationship with the PC is based on deep mutual respect (Fellowship) or the two have a strong mutual rivalry. 31 or higher means the two characters are decidedly devoted to each other (as loyal friends & brothers in arms) or have developed a deep, abiding enmity. There are xp rewards for reaching a new tier for the first time with each npc.
|Job the Basterd||4||4||6||4||3||0||6||0|
|Anza the Jay||4||4||1||3||3||-1||5||0|
|Contessa Xell Roma||4||4||2||4||3||0||6||0|
Options for raising relationships scores:
- Every time you level, you can add 1 to one relationship score.
- Completing a Quest for an NPC gives a boost for all involved.
- Once per level, you can give an NPC a gift, or a finely crafted insult with a corresponding Diplomacy or Intimidate check vs. a DC = current Relationship score. Success increases your score by 1 (if you beat the DC by 10, add 2).