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The Masked Mage Posted - 15 Jul 2017 : 16:43:13
Hey guys - I remember Ed once did a somewhat detailed writeup about myhtal ghosts, but I cannot remember where to find it. Anyone know?
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Zeromaru X Posted - 10 Sep 2017 : 18:13:08
Aren't those Weave Ghost related with the Harpers ghost? If so, you can found info about them in Code of the Harpers.
Wooly Rupert Posted - 10 Sep 2017 : 16:47:38
There was an article from 2001 called Weave Whispers; I believe it was web content.

Can't find anything else that looks any kind of relevant on my NAS, at least not searching for the word Weave in the title.
The Masked Mage Posted - 10 Sep 2017 : 16:36:16
I guess what I'm really looking for is Ed's little description of spirits in the Weave. "Weave Ghosts" maybe? I don't know. I know it was a long time ago.
George Krashos Posted - 16 Jul 2017 : 04:20:51
And I did a 5E version in my "Ilmara's Scrying Stones" article on the DMs Guild:

-- George Krashos
Hoondatha Posted - 15 Jul 2017 : 20:47:36
Mythal ghosts are explained in detail in both Ruins of Myth Drannor and Cormanthyr. I'm familiar with them appearing elsewhere, though there may have been a 3e copy/paste of the information somewhere.

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