Dec 20, 2021
Call of Cthulhu Credit Rating:
For many RPGs gaining treasure is a key motivator for both PCs and Players. In CoC a character can simply begin being wealthy, removing much of that character motivation or hurdle of not being able to afford something.
Daily Spending Level allows a certain amount of purchases to be made without any paperwork or math.
But how does one gain or lose Credit Rating? With such large gaps between the levels, how does a PC know what their new Credit Rating is if they gain or lose a significant amount of money?
What We Wished We Knew When We Started GMing:
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