Feudalism on Laplana (II): The Process

In the last post, the feudal division of Laplana was explained. In this post we will explain how this division was achieved, adding on more degree of complexity on the feudal hierarchy. In fact, this post was intended to be the first, but things went that way…

The images we expose below had been generated with google slides. We can access the full presentation through this link: MONTORCAN – RL02 Feudalism in Laplana – en.

Feudalism on Laplana - Slide 01

Feudalism on Laplana – Slide 01

Feudalism on Laplana - Slide 02

Feudalism on Laplana – Slide 02

Feudalism on Laplana - Slide 03

Feudalism on Laplana – Slide 03

Feudalism on Laplana - Slide 04

Feudalism on Laplana – Slide 04

Feudalism on Laplana - Slide 05

Feudalism on Laplana – Slide 05

Feudalism on Laplana - Slide 06

Feudalism on Laplana – Slide 06

Feudalism on Laplana - Slide 07

Feudalism on Laplana – Slide 07

Feudalism on Laplana - Slide 08

Feudalism on Laplana – Slide 08

Feudalism on Laplana - Slide 09

Feudalism on Laplana – Slide 09

Feudalism on Laplana - Slide 10

Feudalism on Laplana – Slide 10

Feudalism on Laplana - Slide 11

Feudalism on Laplana – Slide 11

Feudalism on Laplana - Slide 12

Feudalism on Laplana – Slide 12

Feudalism on Laplana - Slide 13

Feudalism on Laplana – Slide 13

A cyclic process

The process as we explain it is cyclic. During the conquest history, every time a new territory was conquered and was established as a County, the cycle was repeated again.

Between fiction and reality

This process is based on the history of the middle ages in Europe. Specifically, in the high middle ages in Catalonia. Some elements are fictional, in benefit of simplification and the adaptation to the campaign setting.

Adventures

This process can be just a background for your adventures, or a source of adventures to help the characters to progress on the feudal ranks.

 

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