|Each Games Master will have his own ideas on how he runs
his games. His group might meet weekly or bi-weekly, but for the
League of Extraordinary Gentlemen
Campaign, we meet monthly for a game that last all day.
In our campaign we follow the following rules;
Each month each player in the campaign should put give in a turnsheet (In
some cases it is not needed or it is done by a email) that represent a three
month game period. Each character will gain 1 General Experience Point
per month, so giving the character 3 General Experience Points per turnsheet.
Characters can gain an income from their careers – they must specify they
are working on their turnsheets to gain this. Refer to wealth for income of
character. This will not affect the 1 general experience point gained
each month but may restrict other investigative activities. Characters
can use these sheets to further investigate scenario events, which if done
in a way which relates to their character’s objects, could gain extra Renown
Points or scientific knowledge.
Players must complete a cost summary of their expenditure this will consist
of accommodation* , food *, entertainment (music hall and society
functions), servants, Inventions and travel (* none for army, navy and
service personal as supplied for them).
Associate NPC will affect this as follows. Aristocracy (SL 6) characters
servants must be paid for out of income except where they are “batman” when
the services pay. Adventuress characters wealthy male companion
normally would be insulted if she paid for any living expenses and will buy
all the impractical clothing and jewellery he thinks she needs.
Personal Servants will have all living expenses paid by their “master”.
Master criminals will need to meet the expectation of rewards from they
henchman. Aristocracy and Wealthy Gentry can assume they have both a
country estate and London town house these should be staffed and maintained
to an appropriate standard.