Mug Bearers of the Oaken Table 4e
Time and Travel
This section is a mixture of standard and house rules to help with time progression and travel.
|TIME RULES & REQUIREMENTS|
|Short Rest||5 minutes||Not factored into time progression|
|Extended Rest||6 hours||Only once every 12 hours. If interrupted, add interruption time to duration|
|Half Day’s Travel||6 hours||5 hours of travel plus 1 hour miscellaneous|
|Full Day’s Travel||12 hours||10 hours of travel plus 2 hours miscellaneous|
|City Travel-District||15 minutes||Travel from one neighborhood to another|
|City Travel-Special||Special||Travel through unique city requirements|
|City Shopping||30 minutes||Shopping only|
|City Conversation||1 hour||Includes all conversation interactions|
|City Dining||1 hour||Includes all dining conversation|
|Combat/Explore – Small||30 minutes||Roughly 1/2 graph paper (interior only)|
|Combat/Explore – Large||1 hour||Roughly 1 full graph paper (interior only)|
|Combat/Explore – Land||1 hour||Doubles travel time for hex|
|Combat/Explore – Special||Special||Unique Combat/Explore Requirements|
- City Conversation includes shopping time if you are doing so in a business.
1) Karrock wants to travel from one section of town to another to purchase equipment, then head back to his original district for a meal with his party. The store is 1 neighborhood over.
Travel to neighborhood: 15min
Travel back: 15min
Total: 2 hrs
2) The party returns to town and decides to report their updates to the king, then snoop around the docks for clues. The king is in the same neighborhood but the docks are two districts away.
Travel to King: 0min
Talk to King: 1hour
Travel to Docks: 30min
Streetwise in Docks: 1 hour
Total: 2.5 hours
|TRAVEL RULES & REQUIREMENTS|
|Action||Formula||Sample Speed||Sample Distance|
|Walk||(Speed x 1)=squares||5||5 squares|
|Run||(Speed +2)=squares||5||7 squares|
|Minute’s Travel||(Speed x 10)=miles per minute||10||100 feet per minute|
|Hour’s Travel||(Speed x 5)/10 =miles per hour||10||5 miles per hour|
|Day’s Travel||(Speed x 5)=miles per day||10||50 miles per day|
- Note: Some types of terrain will add additional detractors to distance traveled.