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khorne
Master of Realmslore

Finland
1071 Posts

Posted - 18 Jun 2008 :  21:19:20  Show Profile  Visit khorne's Homepage  Click to see khorne's MSN Messenger address Send khorne a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by The Hooded One

Thank you for those words of praise, Zanan. I loved DRAGONFIRE too! Your post has been forwarded to Ed for his (hopefully quick) response.
IceTroll, Ed literally doesn't know re. Castlemourn. He isn't sure if Margaret Weis Productions will "officially be at" Origins (does any scribe here know?), but suspects someone from MWP will be attending, and he'll try to find out specifics re. what he can tell you then. So . . . by July 2nd or so, you should get a response here from him. He doesn't want your work to be wasted, and admires you for doing it all over again after your computer troubles. So hang in there, and we'll see . . .
love,
THO

I'd also like to say that Dragonfire was really good, but I have to point out one minor matter of criticism. In my opinion the book was just a bit too hectic (the constant running by the knights from pretty damn everything). I enjoyed it, but felt rather exhausted in the end.

If I were a ranger, I would pick NDA for my favorite enemy
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The Hooded One
Lady Herald of Realmslore

5043 Posts

Posted - 19 Jun 2008 :  19:05:17  Show Profile  Visit The Hooded One's Homepage Send The Hooded One a Private Message
Hello again, all. I bring another Realmslore reply from Ed, this time to this query, from the1eyedking: “Hello Ed
Before I get to my question I wanted to thank you for taking the time to answer our questions and to provide us with a living breathing view into the realms.
Ed is the reason I started playing D&D, the PHB taught me the rules, but Ed's stories taught me how to have an adventure.
Anyway enough rambling, my questions is: How are the contracts to supply (with weapons/armor and general supplies) the Purple Dragons and other armed forces/local militas handled?
In my campaign Cormyr and the city of Shade are at war, with the war going poorly for Cormyr. The characters (who are Epic Level) are willing to aid Cormyr in exchange for becoming part of the landed nobility and securing their wealth through Government contracts.
Thanks in advance.”
Ed replies:



Hi! You’re very welcome! If my stories have done that [happy dance] then they worked!
[Roar of pleasure]
As for military contracts in Cormyr, they are officially awarded at the pleasure of the monarch (or regent), but in the past have in practice been handled by Vangerdahast. Since the Steel Regent came to power, she has increasingly been taking a personal interest into all Crown contracts (cutting through some minor but long-standing corruption among lower-level courtiers, and Vangey’s style of wheeling and dealing alike). Caladnei was morally uncomfortable with such practices, and as an outsider knew she was very likely to create problems by mishandling things anyway, through not “knowing” situations and the history behind them, so she urged Alaphondar and Alusair to step in.
Yes, Alusair is quite capable of making the sort of agreements your characters are interested in; she doesn’t mind at all having newcomers in the nobility who are actually going to do something to directly benefit the realm.
However, she will make it VERY clear (personally, in private) that any attempts to swindle the Crown of Cormyr, or any behaviour that makes it clear that the characters aren’t willing to become loyal nobles of Cormyr, but merely “self-interested nobles of convenience who want the status and the money, but not the obedience to the Crown or putting Cormyr first” will be richly rewarded in a negative way: Alusair will personally see the characters suffer or be slain, and will arrange to have others take care of this if she is killed or incapacitated (remember, she can call on Harpers, various adventuring bands, and Vangey’s dragon guardians to act for her - - or she could just call in some lesser or exiled nobles, and offer them a chance to gain exalted status if they “take care of” the disloyal characters.
In other words, if your PCs are willing to become passionate defenders of Cormyr, Alusair is perfectly happy to have them become nobles and earn her trust and with it the status of exalted senior nobles, confidants, and even friends (lovers?). However, betray her or the realm (and Caladnei’s War Wizards will be snooping constantly, to see what the PCs REALLY think and are up to), and she will turn on them like the proverbial enraged biting snake.



So saith Ed. Pointing the way towards a VERY interesting Cormyr-based campaign. He’ll soon be back with more, promise.
love to all,
THO
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Markustay
Realms Explorer extraordinaire

USA
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Posted - 20 Jun 2008 :  22:57:24  Show Profile Send Markustay a Private Message
Thank you Ed (and THO),

Cormyr does indeed seem to still be THE place to revolve one's campaign around - you can go from killing Goblins in the forests, to running your own fiefdom at epic levels, and everything in-between.

I'm glad that the designer's saw fit to keep Cormyr pretty much as Ed intended it - A shining Beacon of light surrounded by threats.

"I have never in my life learned anything from any man who agreed with me" --- Dudley Field Malone


Edited by - Markustay on 22 Jun 2008 01:32:18
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The Hooded One
Lady Herald of Realmslore

5043 Posts

Posted - 20 Jun 2008 :  23:25:22  Show Profile  Visit The Hooded One's Homepage Send The Hooded One a Private Message
Hi again, scribes. This time I bring Ed’s answer to a query from Jamallo Kreen, in reference to this quotation:

May 27, 2006: Hi again, all. This time, the Sage of the Greenwood looks at RevJest's recent query: "In the supplement "The North", on page 12, it states that a stone plaque was found on the Star Mounts with the inscription: "iqebaest Vhalraetaerl". Can you shed some light on what this means, and what it's all about?"
At that time, Ed replied: I'm afraid not. That NDA still firmly applies. Sorry.

Jamallo Kreen recently asked: “Has this NDA not since disappeared? Can you expound further now?”
Ed replies:



Hi, Jamallo. I’m afraid not, sorry. The NDA is fiction-related (obviously, pertaining to fiction being written or planned for future writing by another author), and even if plans have changed and the NDA is no longer really necessary, I haven’t been told anything to that effect . . . which of course means the NDA is still in full force.
Now, down the years, there have been quite a few “orphaned” NDAs that have never been rescinded, even though events have made them clearly obsolete. Like silly outdated laws still on the books in real-world countries, however, they are “still there,” and I must get specific permission to ignore them (or formal assurances that they no longer exist). I will ask about this one (many people worked on The North box behind the scenes, Paul Jaquays had some plans for the Star Mounts when he first worked on them in FR5, and I recall Murray Leeder wrote a novel featuring this area; as you can see, things get complicated fast when checking old NDAs), and let you know when I can speak freely. If you hear nothing, assume I still can’t . . .



So saith Ed. Explaining one of the sadder details of working creatively on the Realms. Things were SO much simpler when it was just Ed’s world, and a query from any of us launched him into several days of wild creativity, and a whole new little pocket or topic or aspect of the Realms was suddenly glowing on a platter in front of us . . .
Ah, those were the days. I’ll just adjust my false teeth and squeak away into the corner with my walker to examine my original three little D&D booklets . . . [ahem, I’m JOKING here, scribes. Joking, okay? Please take it not amiss.]
love to all,
THO
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Jamallo Kreen
Master of Realmslore

USA
1537 Posts

Posted - 21 Jun 2008 :  00:23:33  Show Profile  Visit Jamallo Kreen's Homepage Send Jamallo Kreen a Private Message
Alas, my family oh-so-efficiently threw away my "three little books" (4th printing, I think, plus one or two supplements AND my original Chainmail book) when cleaning my room ages ago, because "he doesn't play with these any more." *sigh*




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the1eyedking
Acolyte

USA
4 Posts

Posted - 21 Jun 2008 :  08:53:14  Show Profile  Visit the1eyedking's Homepage Send the1eyedking a Private Message
Hello again,

First of all thanks for the quick reply, that was exactly the information that I needed. However it has lead to more questions (I think this is how conversations with Ed can go on for years);

1) What is the proper "etiquette" for dealing with spies from allied governments or organizations ?

My characters are reluctant to kill or maim such individuals as it would anger the organization that sent them. They have so far used Embarrassment on those they have caught (Teleporting them home naked, Prestadigatoral tattoos, and Geas's to sing bawldy songs or tell dirty jokes/stories to their superiors), if they join the nobility the number of spies they come into contact with will most likely rise as they come under the scrutiny of Harpers, War Wizards, and agents of the Steel Regent.

2) How much autonomous power/control are nobles, who are in charge of dangerous areas (Frontiers, Borderlands, and War Zones), given ?

3) The War Wizards are a large, well organized, well funded, national group. How would they react as an organization if they have to combat a group similar to them ?

I also hope to see you at Gencon this year, "Spin a yarn" is one of my favorite events.

Thanks

Question Everything.

Edited by - the1eyedking on 21 Jun 2008 09:10:30
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Kuje
Great Reader

USA
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Posted - 21 Jun 2008 :  17:27:31  Show Profile  Send Kuje an AOL message  Click to see Kuje's MSN Messenger address  Send Kuje a Yahoo! Message Send Kuje a Private Message
Heya Ed,

We haven't had a topic about spellfire in a couple years and so I'm asking, since we have a thread about it currently on Keep, in the Sages of Realmslore section.

What happens to a spellfire weilder if they leave Realmspace. Basically the thread has boiled down to this: do they lose their powers since they are no longer connected to the Weave and raw magic or can they find an alternate source of power to tap into to use their powers much like an arcane or divine caster can while on the outer planes....

For some of us, books are as important as almost anything else on earth. What a miracle it is that out of these small, flat, rigid squares of paper unfolds world after world, worlds that sing to you, comfort and quiet and excite you... Books are full of the things that you don't get in real life - wonderful, lyrical language, for instance, right off the bat. - Anne Lamott, Bird by Bird

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althen artren
Senior Scribe

USA
778 Posts

Posted - 22 Jun 2008 :  19:43:46  Show Profile Send althen artren a Private Message
Greetings Everyone!

Here is another stack of questions for the

With the stack of growing questions, are we ever going
to get you to a point where you will despair in answering
everything? If not yet, then I will get to work. We'll
break you yet, old man.

Do elves have a prophecy about resurrection in the future?
I don't understand why they are so deadly when it comes
to the disturbance of their dead, like getting old magic items just to help them survive the present (especially ones they despise like the Aryvandaar dead).

In the fiction, we see instances of prophecy or future omens
through the eyes of characters and deities having foreknowledge
of events. How have used this in light of deities having "all-
knowing" sphere of expanded awareness. Is seeing the future unrelated
to the Weave? I ask because I think about Blackstaff and his visions
and the female good drow god whose name I cannot spell (stupid lack of spellcheck on this forum).

In -1720 DR, Netherise wizards arrive in blasted Uvaeren die within
2 years of uncovering a hidden library cache and setting off defenses.
Is this a pointer to the Barrowfields in Mistledale?

Was Sakaala of the 7 Rings and her three apprentices avariels?
What were the lessons the 7 Rings wizard school trying to teach others, or what was their philosophy? When they left Myth Drannor, were they heading for Mt Sundabar?

What info can we get out of you on the wife of Nezras the traitor,
Raejiisa Sicafei?

May we have some information on the destruction of the Mythal city in the Yuirwood talked about in FoMD but never detailed out?

Boy, I am a bad speller, sorry everone who say the 1 edition of this post.

Edited by - althen artren on 23 Jun 2008 00:11:35
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The Hooded One
Lady Herald of Realmslore

5043 Posts

Posted - 22 Jun 2008 :  20:49:41  Show Profile  Visit The Hooded One's Homepage Send The Hooded One a Private Message
Oho! althen, some of those questions are "campaign secrets" Ed has been avoiding answering for his home players (such as, ahem, me). However, I will send this along to him without comment, in hopes he'll let slip something I can use in the "home" campaign. One never knows . . .

love,
THO
P.S. Ed will soon be on his way down to Origins, and will fall e-silent as usual. (Conventions are hectic enough without checking e-mail all the time.) I will probably do so, too, as I try to sneak off from work on some "mission" or other that just happens to take me to Columbus, this coming weekend. However, we still have tomorrow.
P.P.S. I think Realms fans will really enjoy THE SWORD NEVER SLEEPS (the third and last Knights of Myth Drannor book) when it's finally released. Me, I'm waiting to see what fictional delights Ed's pen gives us next.
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althen artren
Senior Scribe

USA
778 Posts

Posted - 23 Jun 2008 :  00:08:24  Show Profile Send althen artren a Private Message
As often as is stated as you guys get together,
I would have figured that he would have let some of the
cats out of the bag. I would of in his place, if for no other
reason that to see the *face-slap* "WE ARE SO STUPID, we should
have seen that one!" expression on my players face.

(gollum voice)
Ssssecretssss? Lovessss ME ssssome ssecretess. Do tell.

Somthing tells me that these questions will stay in the dark
secluded corner of the basement for a looong time. Probably get
some spider webs on it and stuff.
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AlorinDawn
Learned Scribe

USA
312 Posts

Posted - 23 Jun 2008 :  01:06:02  Show Profile  Visit AlorinDawn's Homepage  Click to see AlorinDawn's MSN Messenger address Send AlorinDawn a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by The Hooded One

Oho! althen, some of those questions are "campaign secrets" Ed has been avoiding answering for his home players (such as, ahem, me). However, I will send this along to him without comment, in hopes he'll let slip something I can use in the "home" campaign. One never knows . . .

love,
THO
P.S. Ed will soon be on his way down to Origins, and will fall e-silent as usual. (Conventions are hectic enough without checking e-mail all the time.) I will probably do so, too, as I try to sneak off from work on some "mission" or other that just happens to take me to Columbus, this coming weekend. However, we still have tomorrow.
P.P.S. I think Realms fans will really enjoy THE SWORD NEVER SLEEPS (the third and last Knights of Myth Drannor book) when it's finally released. Me, I'm waiting to see what fictional delights Ed's pen gives us next.



Perhaps I will see you there. I have these dice I'd like you to hide...

Currently reading: Eyes of The Dragon by Stephen King

Long live Sniffy Wigglebottom
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The Hooded One
Lady Herald of Realmslore

5043 Posts

Posted - 23 Jun 2008 :  02:30:19  Show Profile  Visit The Hooded One's Homepage Send The Hooded One a Private Message
Do you now? Purrr . . . you interest me, sir.
And we wouldn't want the corners of those dice to get knocked off and worn down, would we?
You'd better insert them for me, oh so carefully.
One more reason to visit Columbus . . .
love,
THO
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Purple Dragon Knight
Master of Realmslore

Canada
1796 Posts

Posted - 23 Jun 2008 :  06:37:00  Show Profile  Click to see Purple Dragon Knight's MSN Messenger address Send Purple Dragon Knight a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by The Hooded One

Do you now? Purrr . . . you interest me, sir.
And we wouldn't want the corners of those dice to get knocked off and worn down, would we?
You'd better insert them for me, oh so carefully.
One more reason to visit Columbus . . .
love,
THO

For the love of Torm... make sure you wash your hands, and dice, often during that weekend...
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the1eyedking
Acolyte

USA
4 Posts

Posted - 23 Jun 2008 :  20:34:54  Show Profile  Visit the1eyedking's Homepage Send the1eyedking a Private Message
Whoa, Origins sounds like more fun than I thought. To bad I can only make Gencon and Dragoncon this year.

Question Everything.
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althen artren
Senior Scribe

USA
778 Posts

Posted - 23 Jun 2008 :  21:25:00  Show Profile Send althen artren a Private Message
OOOOhhhh Hoody One.

How much I would give to get you alone in
your hotel room and get a hold of your...



]



game notes. Boy I bet that would be some good times.
(And to all of you that thought something different,
SHAME ON YOU.)

Edited by - althen artren on 23 Jun 2008 23:18:06
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createvmind
Senior Scribe

490 Posts

Posted - 23 Jun 2008 :  21:43:35  Show Profile  Visit createvmind's Homepage Send createvmind a Private Message
;Sighing as I slowly turn the cold water on and begin hosing down all present with leering grins upon their faces.


Now now children


ED, where are the chardalyn mines and who controls them, would the knowledge of these gems being useful to spellcaster be considered common knowledge outside of the caster community? Any info on these gems, if a gem with a stored spell is damaged by something or spell does it cause the chardalyn to release its stored spell?

Are extraplanar creatures aware of these gems and do these gems exist on other planes like the elemental plane of earth? Can one make considerable profit by trying to mine within that plane and what obstacles might they meet if the local denizens realize this is what is going on?
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althen artren
Senior Scribe

USA
778 Posts

Posted - 23 Jun 2008 :  23:25:34  Show Profile Send althen artren a Private Message
Createvmind,

I, sir am indignant!
I have made it plainly obvious that I am only
after the Masked for her, her, ummmmmmmmm,
papers, yeah that its her papers.
I have only the best of intensions,
if not entirely legal because of her NDA's.
Boy, if I could get ahold of those NDA's.
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Jamallo Kreen
Master of Realmslore

USA
1537 Posts

Posted - 24 Jun 2008 :  01:19:05  Show Profile  Visit Jamallo Kreen's Homepage Send Jamallo Kreen a Private Message
I must echo the request for information on why the elves are so fussy about their dead and the tombs of the same. If elves can't ordinarily be resurrected, why are they concerned about people mucking about in the ancestral tombs (excluding, -- of course! -- the ones with Bad Things sealed away in them)? Why do they even bury things with their dead? There must be some powerful reason for protecting their ancestral tombs if some are willing to become baelnorns. Why not let some adventurer plunder old elven tombs if he promises not to animate any of the dead?






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Jamallo Kreen
Master of Realmslore

USA
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Posted - 24 Jun 2008 :  01:23:28  Show Profile  Visit Jamallo Kreen's Homepage Send Jamallo Kreen a Private Message
(If I've asked this of Ed, please forgive me and just sweep this question away. I know I've mentioned it here at Candlekeep, but can't recall if I ever asked Ed.)

Do archliches and baelnorns retain the capacity to smell and taste? Van Richten has said that your ordinary run-of-the-domain Ravenloft lich can't any longer, and I suppose that his logic applies to most rotting liches, but what about the good and neutral liches in the Realms whose bodies are still (more or less) intact?





I have a mouth, but I am in a library and must not scream.


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createvmind
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Posted - 24 Jun 2008 :  02:51:49  Show Profile  Visit createvmind's Homepage Send createvmind a Private Message
;Turns up hose pressure and points it directly at althen,

Do tell.

:)
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AlorinDawn
Learned Scribe

USA
312 Posts

Posted - 24 Jun 2008 :  03:30:21  Show Profile  Visit AlorinDawn's Homepage  Click to see AlorinDawn's MSN Messenger address Send AlorinDawn a Private Message
Don't hate the player, hate the dice

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The Hooded One
Lady Herald of Realmslore

5043 Posts

Posted - 24 Jun 2008 :  03:45:34  Show Profile  Visit The Hooded One's Homepage Send The Hooded One a Private Message
Hello again, everyone! Ed tells me this will be his last lore reply until he returns from Origins.
Re. createvmind and althen artren, he has just this to say:

Hose job, eh? Can’t say as I’m surprised. When the lovely Lady Hooded gets up to her tricks, hoses are usually required eventually.
Gotta add this: if you sold that form of dice bag, I’m sure it’d be popular. Ahem.

. . . And with that off his er, chest, the Creator of the Realms applies himself to a Berdusk query by Kuje:
“I can't think of anything else at the moment that I need unless Ed wants to supply some fare/drinks that are typical to some of the ale houses?”
(Sage, don’t worry, he’ll get to your additional question re. the alehouses; he just ran out of time because he had to sort the recycling, do the garbage, pack the car, and do the dishes.)
Ed replies:



I’ll have to make this brief, and leave the food until next time. Okay, here we go:
“Small beer” is generally sneered at in Berdusk, because so much good beer is made locally.
The alehouses serve “red” (orange-red, fiery [peppery] hard cider), a fiery, black, almost licorice-tasting smoky stout known as “Old Dark,” and a lot of light ales.
These ales, known as “goldens,” are wheat beers sweetened with honey and flavored with all manner of local berries. They include:

* Annasker: named for the family who first made it, a sparkling, pinkish pale ale that tastes sweet but tart (like lemonade mixed with several berry juices)

* Belbuck: yes, a halfling-brewed beer, and by far the most popular: sweet, translucent green [yes!] because it’s full of fermented herbs that make it very strong [alcoholic] and yet minty [like spearmint, it clears other tastes, and chills the throat like menthol]; deceptive, so that many a traveler has drunk deeply before feeling the effects, and being unable to rise and walk across a taproom unaided

* Darndarr: a “sandy” or “nutty” flavoured beer, that goes silkily well with both seared meats and fish. Usually served by the jug (small earthenware jugs that collapse into powder if flung ot swung against something hard, making these preferred “drench people” missiles in pranks), this ale keeps very well, even out in the sun, and so many locals have crocks and kegs of it around the house for casual drinking and for use as a marinade or to “jug” perishables in, for longer keeping

* Helmatoss: a sweet, oily, clear pale ale that sits heavily on the stomach. Some say it was named for the long-dead tavernkeeper Alanra Helmatoss, others say its name comes from the violent vomiting it causes in many who over-imbibe. It is known (Harpers have tested and proved this true) to neutralize many poisons and settle many raging acidic stomachs, and is definitely an acquired taste. Those who have acquired it often drink great amounts (where one large tankard will leave a first-timer spewing) and swear by it. Warning: highly flammable!

* Zeskorr: a dark brown pale ale that tastes of salt (and, some say, fish; others just say it tastes “strange”). Again, an acquired taste apt to upset the stomachs of the unwary, but deeply enjoyed by those who do like it


The alehouses also serve a lot of wine, and many beers brought by caravan from all over Faerûn. More when I get back from my travels.
Faerûn Forever!



So saith Ed. Whom I hope to see in Columbus, though my superiors will probably try to keep me too busy elsewhere to swing by. However, if you should happen to see althen artren striding past with a bag of dice and a gleam in his eye, follow him . . .

love,
THO
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The Sage
Procrastinator Most High
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Posted - 24 Jun 2008 :  03:53:12  Show Profile  Send The Sage an AOL message  Click to see The Sage's MSN Messenger address  Send The Sage a Yahoo! Message Send The Sage a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by The Hooded One

(Sage, don’t worry, he’ll get to your additional question re. the alehouses; he just ran out of time because he had to sort the recycling, do the garbage, pack the car, and do the dishes.)
That's fine. The descriptions of the various ales will tide me over for the time being.

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Kuje
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Posted - 24 Jun 2008 :  04:55:39  Show Profile  Send Kuje an AOL message  Click to see Kuje's MSN Messenger address  Send Kuje a Yahoo! Message Send Kuje a Private Message
Rock, thanks Ed.

For some of us, books are as important as almost anything else on earth. What a miracle it is that out of these small, flat, rigid squares of paper unfolds world after world, worlds that sing to you, comfort and quiet and excite you... Books are full of the things that you don't get in real life - wonderful, lyrical language, for instance, right off the bat. - Anne Lamott, Bird by Bird

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GoCeraf
Learned Scribe

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Posted - 24 Jun 2008 :  05:07:55  Show Profile  Visit GoCeraf's Homepage Send GoCeraf a Private Message
I was once bitten by a snake hiding in a garden hose. Unpleasant.

On a note unrelated to hypothermia and snake bites, what sorts of fashion (including formal, around the house, etc.) could one expect to see during the autumn months in Halruaa? More specifically, what about in Halarahh?

All the best.

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