Marks of Prestige (Hyrule Supplement)

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Create a mark of prestige.

Please leave the "(Hyrule Supplement)" identifier in the page title when creating your mark of prestige!

In Hyrule, a mark of prestige is a reward of sorts, reputation, or title even. Much like a blessing, it is usually gained from committing remarkable feats or deeds. And due to their variety, their uses also vary.

A mark of prestige usually has to be earned one way or another, such as doing the king of Hyrule (Zelda CD-i) a favor or even slaying Ganondorf himself. Marks of prestige can be minor such as getting a letter of recommendation from a famous friend/employer, winning a competition, being known for something impressive, among other things. Unlike a blessing, a mark of prestige isn't a supernatural ability and can't just be used all the time. Some Marks of Prestige are situational in use, while others give are revered and well known across the realms.

This page lists some marks of prestige suited to the Hyrule campaign setting. Rarity in this context refers not to how rare a Mark of Prestige is, but roughly how powerful it is akin to blessings.

Marks of Prestige[edit]

Mark of Prestige Rarity Benefit
Hero of Hyrule rare Your reputation precedes you, and you are known as the legendary hero of Hyrule. You may gain a bonus to Persuasion and Intimidation checks you make.




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