So in D&D, one player made a bounty hunter character and I gave him
the list of thieves and wanted persons that I had already placed in
prep. Now, in between sessions, I made a couple of more colorful
criminals, their crimes, appearance, stats and motivations.. I wonder
if you have any tips for mechanics to determine 1. Where they are, and
2. How he can find them? Get clues etc?
For the starting city, but not for the wilderness outside (which is
also relevant, he is Druid/Outlander), we have a detailed map (down to
the house/canal/boat level).
He can talk to the dinosaurs via a spell so that's how he's found the
ones he's already met. Including another PC (PvP for the win), but I
don't want to use only that trope and I also want something
more general because I can imagine this will come up in a
It's not so much a problem in the dungeon, but it is on the city map
and hex map.
I almost started making a AW-like move "When you wish to find someone,
roll X..." but "wishing" something isn't leading from the fiction,
that's just intent.