Not really, in my view it is not unusual to have regions with different styles in the same
Originally Posted by daddystabz
setting. For example, in Pendragon you have a high fantasy setting at Arthur's court at
Camelot, but a sword and sorcery setting in the lands of the savage Picts, and a style
somewhere in between in the halls of the barbarian Saxons. In a Crusades setting you
have the Emperor's court in Byzantium, the highly cultured Muslim cities, and the com-
paratively barbarian Frankish crusader states. I see it as an advantage of such "mixed"
settings that the characters have to deal with societies which are very different from
their own home culture, which gives them a nice opportunity to discover new cultures
and to use their social skills.
"Mind like parachute, function only when open."