By F. Treadwell, W. Hall
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He turns out to be the son of an influential equestrian banker who had been out “slumming” with his friends. His father will not be happy, and the courts aren’t likely to side with a gladiator over a respectable banker. The culprit may have to cool his heels on the provincial circuit for a while. If it comes to trial, the heroes will need to persuade a good lawyer to take the case, track down witnesses, and thwart the plots and tricks of the opposition. Roman lawyers were masters of character assassination and playing the jury’s emotions – but two can play that game.
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The Ludus Detailing the total cost of a ludus, from its buildings and equipment, to its staff and salaries, is beyond what’s needed for most campaigns. Instead, it’s more convenient to treat the ludus as representing the 80% of starting wealth normally tied up in fixed assets – see Starting Wealth (p. B26). This would include a normal complement of property, gladiator gear, trainers, etc. ” In a game with competitive ludi (see p. 45), the real differences between ludi will be their gladiators, not the school itself.
Analytical Chemistry Vol 2 by F. Treadwell, W. Hall