Thursday, December 23, 2010

Random events by the country


After the comments and suggestions my latest post, now I realize I'd have a quite better generic knowledge on 18th Century History, this way I would have it far easier to apply random events derived from an eventual use of Mythic GME...

In the end, I've thought it better posting from now on my Mythic GME dice rolls, so that any benevolent reader can help us determine such events -if any! As as example, I'm posting now the results of such rolls between 5th and 6th turns. Although in this occasion dies haven't been favorable to let arise any new event, at least it's a good pretext to show you the (quite simple) mechanics of it all...

I've simply divided Europa into 20 broad regions, and have thrown a die for each one, with a 10% probability of getting an event. Results have been:

1 - Ottoman Regencies of Tunis & Algiers: 41 ... failure
2 - Morocco: 59 ... failure
3 - Great Britain & Ireland: 25 ... failure
4 - Netherlands, Flanders & Lorraine: 24 ... failure
5 - Spain (Castile): 14 ... failure
6 - Aragon & Valencia: 48 ... failure
7 - Portugal: 72 ... failure
8 - Naples & Milan: 12 ... failure
9 - Savoy & Sicily: 46 ... failure
10 - Pontificial States & Malta: 54 ... failure
11 - Venice: 100 ... failure
12 - Genoa, Florence & others: 98 ... failure
13 - France: 67 ... failure
14 - Austria & Bohemia: 22 ... failure
15 - Hungary: 64 ... failure
16 - Bavaria: 26 ... failure
17 - Hannover & Prussia: 43 ... failure
18 - Saxony & Poland: 13 ... failure
19 - Rest of Germany: 81 ... failure
20 - Rest of Europe (+Turkey): 31 ... failure

True these weren't the best results to show you any big thing, but at least the aim that, if any of the 1D100 rolls obtained a result equal or less than 10, then there would have been an important event in that country. What kind of event, it would have been determined by Mythic GME... Sure the procedure should be refined -for example, assigning higher or lesser chances to certain countries, but it seems a good beginning anyway.

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