I was only suggesting the possibility of maintaining Standing that way, not raising it. However, I concede your point. Consider the matter dropped (at least by myself).Stormcrow wrote: ↑Thu Apr 20, 2017 2:28 pmIf you like, but this is a house-rule. It basically says that a nobody from nowhere who slays a bunch of orcs suddenly gains the right to sit in on councils of rulers outside of adventures. By the book, they'll honor him, but unless he demonstrates his dedication to their culture or settles down there, they won't give him a position of authority.
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