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How far can someone travel in a day? How quickly do people get fatigued?

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Normally, travel by horse is no quicker than travel by foot, but it is much easier and you can carry a lot more.

Current rules state that you can travel a distance in kilometres equal to your move score every four hours (a watch). That's 24km/day for eight hours of travel, or 3km/h.

A normal person gains a level of exhaustion for every hour they walk at this speed.

If they have the Hiking technique (based on Survival/Athletics, level 2) they gain a level every watch (four hours).

They can increase their speed by 50% if they double the rate at which they gain fatigue.

rules/travel.txt · Last modified: 2015/02/04 22:40 (external edit)