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ericlboyd Posted - 06 Feb 2019 : 14:34:34
Greetings,

Enjoy.

http://www.ericlboyd.com/dnd/UnderIllefarnAnew.pdf
http://www.ericlboyd.com/dnd/UnderIllefarnAnewAnnotated.pdf

Comments welcome.

--Eric
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Asharak Posted - 21 Jul 2019 : 17:38:20
So the right question is : what's well is the lost one ?

The large ones are Thelarn's Fist, Sabrishon, and Iritasker. The smaller ones are Uestingpool and Tunthryn.
Asharak Posted - 21 Jul 2019 : 17:08:04
Hello

I'm reading Under Illefarn Anew and I love it very much.

I was intriguing about the "lost well" :

"The lost well was overrun by an army of goblins and orcs led by hobgoblins in the Year of the Shattered Altar (1264 DR), but no trace of the dwarven population was ever found."

Is there something more about it ?

Edit : sorry, I've not seen the note.
Cards77 Posted - 05 Jun 2019 : 01:41:16
quote:
Originally posted by Ozreth

quote:
Originally posted by Cards77

My new copy arrived!

Awesome!

https://imgur.com/a/OfsUfvW





Where/how did you print this? Did they bind it as well? Looks great.



I can't recall the place. They did bind it. Just google custom printing and binding. It was simple, just upload the PDF, etc.

Ozreth Posted - 02 Jun 2019 : 02:37:21
quote:
Originally posted by Cards77

My new copy arrived!

Awesome!

https://imgur.com/a/OfsUfvW





Where/how did you print this? Did they bind it as well? Looks great.
ericlboyd Posted - 13 May 2019 : 02:40:21
quote:
Originally posted by Wooly Rupert

quote:
Originally posted by ericlboyd

Thank you!

Anyone else have edits or suggestions?



I'm slowly working my way through reading this one, and I've been compiling a list of edits. Mostly just things like a missing word here or a dropped parenthesis there.



Sounds great! Can't wait to see them.
Wooly Rupert Posted - 13 May 2019 : 02:17:03
quote:
Originally posted by ericlboyd

Thank you!

Anyone else have edits or suggestions?



I'm slowly working my way through reading this one, and I've been compiling a list of edits. Mostly just things like a missing word here or a dropped parenthesis there.
ericlboyd Posted - 12 May 2019 : 22:13:48
Thank you!

Anyone else have edits or suggestions?
Gary Dallison Posted - 12 May 2019 : 20:42:00
Something i just noticed.

On page 117 the term Balduran fisherfolk appears on line 21-22, but the Everwinking Eye article - Words to the Wise - states that the place nomenclature for Baldur's Gate is Baldurian (never Balduran, for to misuse the founder's name is to insult his memory and the city).

ericlboyd Posted - 09 May 2019 : 18:12:11
quote:
Originally posted by Zeromaru X

As promised (?), here are a few notes for playing in the 15th century. I don't own either Ghosts of Dragonspear Castle or Scourge of the Sword Coast (I had to pester a friend for the references), but if you want some in-deep info about NPCs and places, just ask.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1FqypywqAVQ-b7s9dR8htbHnJVtA0meV-/view?usp=drivesdk



Very nicely done!
Barastir Posted - 09 May 2019 : 17:34:51
Cool, thank you!
Zeromaru X Posted - 08 May 2019 : 17:49:39
As promised (?), here are a few notes for playing in the 15th century. I don't own either Ghosts of Dragonspear Castle or Scourge of the Sword Coast (I had to pester a friend for the references), but if you want some in-deep info about NPCs and places, just ask.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1FqypywqAVQ-b7s9dR8htbHnJVtA0meV-/view?usp=drivesdk
daarkknight Posted - 09 Mar 2019 : 15:36:23
Now how am I supposed to work on my own campaign when I have this to peruse?

How am I supposed to go to work under the same circumstances?!?!

This is spectacular! Thank you!
Alaundo Posted - 08 Mar 2019 : 10:53:31
quote:
Originally posted by ericlboyd

quote:
Originally posted by Alaundo

quote:
Originally posted by ericlboyd

Would there be interest in hosting this on Candlekeep as well?

--Eric



Well met

It would be an absolute honour, Eric I'd be very happy to place such a wondrous work of Realmslore within these halls.



You have the links. Have at it. :-)



Well met

Thy wondrous works are now on the site. Many thanks, once again I've added credit on the site's main credits page also.

Site update announcement
Bard's Rumours hosting page
Direct download
Direct download (annotated)
ericlboyd Posted - 07 Mar 2019 : 18:36:46
quote:
Originally posted by Alaundo

quote:
Originally posted by ericlboyd

Would there be interest in hosting this on Candlekeep as well?

--Eric



Well met

It would be an absolute honour, Eric I'd be very happy to place such a wondrous work of Realmslore within these halls.



You have the links. Have at it. :-)
Alaundo Posted - 07 Mar 2019 : 08:42:34
quote:
Originally posted by ericlboyd

Would there be interest in hosting this on Candlekeep as well?

--Eric



Well met

It would be an absolute honour, Eric I'd be very happy to place such a wondrous work of Realmslore within these halls.
Wooly Rupert Posted - 06 Mar 2019 : 21:05:55
I'm sure Big Al would be delighted. You can contact Big Al directly, or I can give him a ping, whichever you prefer.
Brimstone Posted - 06 Mar 2019 : 14:55:56
I have a feeling Alaundo would love to host it here!
ericlboyd Posted - 06 Mar 2019 : 14:23:35
Would there be interest in hosting this on Candlekeep as well?

--Eric
ericlboyd Posted - 25 Feb 2019 : 22:56:12
quote:
Originally posted by Marco Volo

Hi Eric,

Thank you very much for this, it's great for what I've seen (got to read it now), I am grateful you released this for us to dig and play with.
We would need more people like you in the gaming business.
And of course thanks also to the "people in the shadows" George, Markustay, Ed, Steven, Mark and Erskine.



Thank you!
Marco Volo Posted - 23 Feb 2019 : 08:19:17
Hi Eric,

Thank you very much for this, it's great for what I've seen (got to read it now), I am grateful you released this for us to dig and play with.
We would need more people like you in the gaming business.
And of course thanks also to the "people in the shadows" George, Markustay, Ed, Steven, Mark and Erskine.
ericlboyd Posted - 21 Feb 2019 : 17:32:32
quote:
Originally posted by Cards77

My new copy arrived!

Awesome!

https://imgur.com/a/OfsUfvW





Looks great!
Cards77 Posted - 21 Feb 2019 : 16:50:24
My new copy arrived!

Awesome!

https://imgur.com/a/OfsUfvW

Markustay Posted - 20 Feb 2019 : 07:35:17
quote:
Originally posted by sleyvas

Eric,

I bow before your awesomeness. I know I keep a lot of stuff straight in my head, but HOW THE HELL do you manage this? By Deneir's Holy Hand, the level of detail you can give AND reference.


You have no idea the shear pleasure it brought me finding the one or two map-related items he missed... compared to the 500 or so he pointed me to that I was unaware of.
ericlboyd Posted - 19 Feb 2019 : 19:41:26
I was just trying to untangle the history of the Crown of Horns (which I think I have, assuming no more authors mention it!!!!), and that little gem popped out at me.

quote:
Originally posted by sleyvas

quote:
Originally posted by ericlboyd

quote:
Originally posted by dazzlerdal

Storms of Silver Fire, am I okay to make a squeee noise at this lore drop



Storms of Silver Fire
In the Year of the Prince (1357 DR), after discovering Laeral Silverhand in the depths of the Stronghold of Nine gripped in madness induced by the crown of horns, Khelben “Blackstaff” Arunsun confronted her and attempted to bring her back to Blackstaff Tower. The Witch-Queen of the North responded by unleashing a barrage of spells that led to a fiercesome spell-battle that raged across the southern High Forest. The Blackstaff eventually won the confrontation, but only with the help of Mystra, and Laeral was subdued.
In the wake of the spell-battle between two Chosen of Mystra, each possessed of silver fire, great damage was wrought to the southern reaches of the High Forest. Much of that damage was repaired, but the region is still afflicted with storms of silver fire, temporary wild magic zones, as detailed in the Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting (3e), page 55. There is a 1% chance each day of encountering a storm of silver fire while within the southern High Forest.
In addition, anyone employing teleportation magic (as the 5th level level spell teleport) within 50 miles of the Unicorn Run must add +25 to determine the result. Likewise, anyone employing divination magic within 50 miles of the Unicorn Run (as the 4th level spell scrying) must add +5 to the Will save modifier of the intended subject.
As discussed in the Under Illefarn Anew sidebar, page 152, one side effect of a storm of silver fire could be an inadvertent timeshift of the PCs from one time period to another.

Reference: Volo's Guide to All Things Magical, page 101.



Eric,

I bow before your awesomeness. I know I keep a lot of stuff straight in my head, but HOW THE HELL do you manage this? By Deneir's Holy Hand, the level of detail you can give AND reference.


sleyvas Posted - 19 Feb 2019 : 18:43:15
quote:
Originally posted by ericlboyd

quote:
Originally posted by dazzlerdal

Storms of Silver Fire, am I okay to make a squeee noise at this lore drop



Storms of Silver Fire
In the Year of the Prince (1357 DR), after discovering Laeral Silverhand in the depths of the Stronghold of Nine gripped in madness induced by the crown of horns, Khelben “Blackstaff” Arunsun confronted her and attempted to bring her back to Blackstaff Tower. The Witch-Queen of the North responded by unleashing a barrage of spells that led to a fiercesome spell-battle that raged across the southern High Forest. The Blackstaff eventually won the confrontation, but only with the help of Mystra, and Laeral was subdued.
In the wake of the spell-battle between two Chosen of Mystra, each possessed of silver fire, great damage was wrought to the southern reaches of the High Forest. Much of that damage was repaired, but the region is still afflicted with storms of silver fire, temporary wild magic zones, as detailed in the Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting (3e), page 55. There is a 1% chance each day of encountering a storm of silver fire while within the southern High Forest.
In addition, anyone employing teleportation magic (as the 5th level level spell teleport) within 50 miles of the Unicorn Run must add +25 to determine the result. Likewise, anyone employing divination magic within 50 miles of the Unicorn Run (as the 4th level spell scrying) must add +5 to the Will save modifier of the intended subject.
As discussed in the Under Illefarn Anew sidebar, page 152, one side effect of a storm of silver fire could be an inadvertent timeshift of the PCs from one time period to another.

Reference: Volo's Guide to All Things Magical, page 101.



Eric,

I bow before your awesomeness. I know I keep a lot of stuff straight in my head, but HOW THE HELL do you manage this? By Deneir's Holy Hand, the level of detail you can give AND reference.

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