Okay, here I go again, somehow, I'm curently keeping up with all the games I'm GMing despite the holidays, if not all of those that I'm playing, and I'm wildly inspired by a tabletop Seventh Sea game I ran tonight featuring twin swordsmen seperated at birth with two extremly powerful Puzzle Swords the only clue to their lost pasts. One grew up on the streets as of Charouse as a thief whose Faigin happened to be a disgraced but competent swordsmaster. The other grew up with his fathers family in Vodacce, as a wealthy noble with title to a river port, with trading and fishing fleets.
Both dangerous beauties, the theif learned to seduce noble widows and thus make his way up in the world in an erra when Montaigne's comoners were spiraling down into starvation and desapair. The two brothers met for the first time at a party held at the country estate of Marquis duBaldubua, where a beautous young woman would stumble out of the Walkway into a whtie rose bush and fall into a coma, and their joined puzzle swords would unlock a secret key to the faith of Thea...
And possible key to the destruction of that world.
So, would anyoen be intrested in telling a new version of this story with me, heroic gusts at a Montaigne party one or two baring powerful puzzle swords with secrets?