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Plaguescarred Posted - 18 Oct 2013 : 14:22:25
There is a pretty good Backdrop: Westgate article in Dragon Magazine 428 by Erik Scott de Bie!

BACKDROP: WESTGATE
By Erik Scott de Bie
The city of Westgate is brimming with
opportunity—for those who can handle
the risk.

http://www.wizards.com/dnd/TOC.aspx?x=dnd/4new/drtoc/428
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Plaguescarred Posted - 19 Oct 2013 : 18:04:36
Yeah i foud the art really cool the way its split combattant and buildings from the two culture.
Erik Scott de Bie Posted - 19 Oct 2013 : 16:14:18
I will of course answer any questions.

@Wooly: I thought you'd appreciate that one. It's based on a real conversation I had with said individual.

Also, fun fact, the cover image for Dungeon is of the bridge over the River Thunn, which splits the two segments of Westgate (the city proper and the Shou-dominated East End). You can clearly see the architectural variation.

Cheers
Wooly Rupert Posted - 19 Oct 2013 : 14:50:11
I downloaded the whole issue at work the other day, with no problem...

"Local sage Iak Hovas," heh.
sfdragon Posted - 19 Oct 2013 : 08:00:12
man............ I cant get it no ddi......., not worth getting one at this point either...
The Sage Posted - 19 Oct 2013 : 06:14:35
quote:
Originally posted by Jeremy Grenemyer

Thank you Plageuscarred.

EDIT: I can't download the article. Is anyone else able to download it?

I didn't have any problems downloading the actual article... but my account automatically signed out twice when I clicked on the download icon in two prior download attempts. On the third try, however, it began and then completed the article download without an issue.
Jeremy Grenemyer Posted - 19 Oct 2013 : 05:43:20
Thank you Plageuscarred.

EDIT: I can't download the article. Is anyone else able to download it?
The Sage Posted - 19 Oct 2013 : 03:52:44
I drifted into sleepy-time last evening wrapped in Westgate-tinged dreams, Erik.

And I've you to thank for that.
Dalor Darden Posted - 19 Oct 2013 : 03:42:32
DAMN YOU DE BIE!

I've avoided a subscription for so long...

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