What is Heroes of Rokugan? Heroes of Rokugan (HoR for short), is an ongoing role-playing campaign (sometimes called a “living” style campaign) using the. The world of Rokugan expands before you with the new Living Card Game® of honor and steel. Choose your Great Clan and overrun your. Heroes of Rokugan 3 Modules – a recently finished “living” role-playing Campaign. For those unfamiliar with “living” campaigns they are mostly.
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Since we don’t have a RPG forum yet and it looks like a new edition is years away I thought we could start a thread for resource material like we had at the old AEG forums. So here goes, I’ll add to this post as more stuff gets posted in the comments. As far as I know it is up to date:. Heroes of Rokugan 3 Modules – a recently finished “living” role-playing Campaign. For those unfamiliar with “living” campaigns they are mostly played at major conventions where players new and old can play through a module and participate in an ongoing campaign.
This one just concluded at this year’s Gencon, and while I’ve only gotten to play in a handful of modules the Heroes of Rokugan crowd produce top notch adventures.
Below are the modules to run it for your home game:. Heroes of Rokugan 2 Modules – another “living” campaign by the amazing folks of Heroes of Rokugan. This one concluded at Gencon and used the 3rd Edition of L5R and all the modules are available below:. I can’t say enough how thankful I am to the great group that run it and have preserved the history of the game we all love.
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Liivng of these supplements come from older editions of the RPG but can be easily converted:. L5R Wiki – thanks to this group who run and update the wiki we have a massive collection of L5R lore which is a great resource material for the RPG:. Here’s to hoping the RPG forums do reopen at some point so livinb can gather some of the homebrew stuff there, host it somewhere else and link it here I could not agree more.
The first Heroes of Rokugan is equally amazing but are hard to find these days, I think I have most of the modules on a hard drive somewhere, if I can find them I’ll put them up on a Dropbox. If you do find them, posting them would be very much appreciated! Roll20, by the way, supports playing on 4th Edition. It’s got a very nice editable character sheet which comes with easily usable macros for rolling stuff.
There are numerous useful resources posted to pbp game forums in their, well, resource sections. Linking to these could be useful. If no one else has done so in the near future, I’ll head over and grab the links when I get back online.
I am waiting for the AEG forums to be up again to get a couple of schools and resources from there.
Asking because we switched to it quite recently, because Roll20 livign are prettier than my excel maps. Registration required, but at least it’s free and saves your results.
Add me to the list of people hoping they do make the old livkng readable again soon, though. It would be downright tragic for so many useful and creative resources to be flushed down the internet drain. I was so certain I had a local backup of the thread with kanji conversions for all the Family names I’ve saved up some of it, though wether or not they’re accurate is another thing as I can’t read kanji.
I kiving these over years ago, so I have no idea who wrote these originally on the L5R forums. A list of possible meanings to the Kami names sadly, the kanji didn’t copy over when I saved it the first time around.
We were not rokugaan first ones to do liviing and a lot of what’s there was created by other awesome GM types You know who you are. That said, there’s a good chunk of info there that could prove useful for people wanting to expand upon some of the setting fluff.
Info includes a list of Fortunes, Teas of Rokugan, Flora and Fauna of the setting, and a few other things. I’ve found these pages useful numerous times.
rokugaan Hope everyone else enjoys too. As a friend put it, and I agree, this is one of rougan pages that we end up using and re-using at nearly every forum game. Super useful for finding pearls of wisdom for characters. You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. Sign up for a new account in our community. Already have an account? Legend of the Five Rings: The Card Game Search In. Posted September 18, rokuyan. As far as I know it is up to date: Below are the modules to run it for your home ilving This one concluded at Gencon and used the 3rd Edition of L5R and all the modules are available below: Most of these supplements come from older editions of the RPG but can be easily converted: Share this post Link to post Share on other sites.
Posted September 18, I have some links to share too: Posted September 19, Got a Roll and Keep Dice Roller there? Lost the script for the last one I had. Posted September 19, edited. The L5RCM includes a diceroller and kazenoshiro has one on it’s website: Posted September 21, Posted September 21, edited. Edited September 21, by WHW. Posted September 24, Bayushi Master of the Warm Water of the Place Bayushi is really a strange name Of course, some of those names are not used to ro,ugan translated.
rokugah That’s the reason why some of them seems so strange. Here are what the names of the kami of Rokugan could mean in japanese with especially choosen kanji:. I’m really proud of this one! Dono – Title appended to the first or last names of men or women worthy of respect regardless of titles or offices held, and to office titles e.
Generally higher respect is accorded for -dono than for -sama. Hime – Title suitable for well-born females; appended to the given name. Miya – Title born by Imperial princes and princesses originally using the name of their residences rokugqn.
Oku-sama – Address for women over 25 i. Okugata-sama – Address for the lady of a household; the wife of or the female equivalent of an oyakata-sama. Rkugan – Address used by clan members for the head their clan. Note that this is a term of considerable respect.
Sama – Title appended to both the surnames or given names of men or women worthy of liviny, regardless of any title or office; it is also used attached to office titles e. The standard attachment to names in simple polite conversation at least. Waka – Address form for a young prince or lord when addressed by someone older and usually in his service. Posted September 25, edited. Edited September 25, by Kasuga Natsumi. Posted September 25, Create an account or sign in to comment You need to be a member in order to leave a comment Create an account Sign up for a new account in our community.
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