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Right, as some of you might have picked up, I've been buried in the return to university to finish off my interrupted degree, and am in the middle of conducting a research paper for my "final year". Since we're hitting an interesting point where we have a mix of people who have grown up with the Internet, and people who still remember life before the internet, I'm curious to see what patterns might emerge from looking at peoples awareness, attitudes, and general behaviours in regard to internet privacy and the question of owning your own data. So, as part of gathering in some primary source data, I'd like to invite members of this forum to take 5 minutes to quickly run through this survey for me that I whipped up on Google Forms: Survey
I'm just working up a Bretonnian castle in Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay. It overlooks a small harbour, and town, of around 4,000 souls, which trades in hides, vellum, and a small quantity of agricultural produce. Thanks to regressive taxation the output of the multiple smallholdings is extremely weak. Since every peasant has insufficient capital or incentive to improve their methods. My question is, how large a force should the castle command? I'm assuming that the number of skilled men at arms that can be supported is roughly equivalent to the number of skilled tradesmen the town can support. And the number of knigfhts should be 1/20th this number. Thus our castle contains between 80-100 men at arms, and 5 knights. To which I've appended (for narrative reasons) 4 templars, and 6 squires. At rumour of war the Visconte can call up maybe double this number of inferior quality troops with the same classifications, as well as perhaps 50 crossbowmen and artisans to construct a trebuchet, with which to guard the harbour. Plus 2,000 fuedal levied peasants. Thoughts? Looks pretty weak tea.
While it's becoming clear that souls will play a major part of the plot. It makes sense to make some research how our view of souls have shifted through the early stages of philosophy. i found this great link about the ancient theories of soul . To see our perception shifting through some trade-off between life and dead to the three aspect view from Plato was quite interesting.