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Ashe Ravenheart
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Posted - 23 Aug 2008 :  05:01:57  Show Profile Send Ashe Ravenheart a Private Message
[hero worshipping]
I'll tell you, I will never forget the first time I met Ed. It was in `94 when Making of the Mage first came out. He made a guest appearance at our local con in Easton, PA and I not only got my copy of the book signed, but also my Elminster Spellfire card (and being Ed, he changed the card text to read that El was immune to all magic except 'Turtle Soup').

I can truly say that the meeting was a turning point in my life, because I had been very late to the con since I had to work earlier that day. So I was standing there with undying admiration in my eyes, apologizing for my Toll-booth Collector's uniform and made an off-hand comment about how work sucked. He looked me up and down and told me (paraphrased, for my memory is not THAT good) to remember that this was a game to have fun with and Life always takes precedence.

Thank you Ed, for everything and I am eagerly awaiting the third part of the Knights and all future work!
[/hero worshipping]

I actually DO know everything. I just have a very poor index of my knowledge.

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Wandering_mage
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Posted - 23 Aug 2008 :  13:36:24  Show Profile  Visit Wandering_mage's Homepage Send Wandering_mage a Private Message
Ed, it was an absolute pleasure meeting you. I have dreamed of attending GENCON since 1995 when I first heard about it. Meeting you and so many other FR authors was the thrill of a lifetime. You have no idea how your imagination helps people like me spur my own imagination to new heights. You are never a disappointment sirrah, the high pedestal you stand on is created by your fans for you, for you are far too humble to talk yourself up.

Illum
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Uzzy
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Posted - 23 Aug 2008 :  15:49:49  Show Profile  Visit Uzzy's Homepage Send Uzzy a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by The Hooded One
To all scribes: I don’t care if you’ve sworn off the 4e Realms or not, you’re missing out on some GREAT novels if you pass over any of the four books in the “Ed Greenwood Presents Waterdeep” series that I’ve had the pleasure of reviewing thus far. Three of them have been publicly announced, and two were signed and given away as fast as gamers could snap them up at the con. In order of appearance, the three announced tomes are Steven’s BLACKSTAFF TOWER, Jaleigh’s MISTSHORE, and Erik’s DOWNSHADOW. Three very different books, yet all capture the essence of the great city of Waterdeep, and all of them are darned good yarns that I have re-read several times with much pleasure. That preceding sentence also applies to the still-secret fourth book.



It's all well and good that novels are coming out for the Realms. After all, it's a novel setting now, but is there going to be any love for us gamers? Lore articles that can be used in the Realms (I.e, the pre Spellplague one) would be most appreciated Ed!
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AlorinDawn
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Posted - 23 Aug 2008 :  16:15:35  Show Profile  Visit AlorinDawn's Homepage  Click to see AlorinDawn's MSN Messenger address Send AlorinDawn a Private Message
I guess I will add my thanks here as well. I met Ed last year at Gencon '07 and have been lucky enough to spend a decent amount of time with him when I have met him. Ed sat at my group's table at Pentacon '07 and yacked at length with us. When I had the opportunity to met Ed here in my home town of Columbus, Ohio at Origins I got the treat of shopping in the dealers room and BSing with him for quite some time and getting to know him a bit. As we walked along Ed was open and kind to every fan that approached him. He truly is great to his fans, and it is VERY easy to see he feeds off of our excitement and adoration. It's nice to see he gets something back. It was also nice to meet Red Walker and Kuje at Gencon whilst we were all chatting it up with Ed. I hope I'm able to meet more of you over the years and see a bit more of Ed himself too.
Thanks again for the time you give us Ed and for the kind words you paid my home brewed lore. Thanks to you too THO for your work here at the keep. Hopefully I'll get the purrrrleasure of meeting you one of these days. Two cons gone by and near misses on both.

Currently reading: Eyes of The Dragon by Stephen King

Long live Sniffy Wigglebottom

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Menelvagor
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Posted - 23 Aug 2008 :  18:53:47  Show Profile  Visit Menelvagor's Homepage Send Menelvagor a Private Message
Hooray! I want it now! More of The Simbul! More of Elminster! Up with the new Mystra and Azuth (The Simbul&Elminster?)!

"Shall mortal man be more just than God? shall a man be more pure than his maker?
Behold, he put no trust in his servants; and his angels he charged with folly.
How much less them that dwell in houses of clay, whose foundation in the dust, are crushed before the moth?" - Eliphaz the Temanite, Job IV, 17-19.

"Yea, though he live a thousand years twice, yet hath he seen no good: do not all go to one place?" - Ecclesiastes VI, 6.

"There are no stupid questions – just a bunch of inquisitive idiots."

"Let's not call it 'hijacking'. Let's call it 'Thread Drift'."
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The Hooded One
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Posted - 23 Aug 2008 :  19:42:53  Show Profile  Visit The Hooded One's Homepage Send The Hooded One a Private Message
Hello again, all.
Ed speaks:


Awww, you guys, you'll give me a swelled head with all this praise. I'm just as nice guy as I can manage to be, who likes to write fantasy stories, created a world to do set them in, and was in the right place at the right time.
Uzzy, I'll do what I can. If not on the Wizards website (where I should have Realmslore pieces in DRAGON, eventually), or in some other WotC offering, then here at the Keep. I don't know ywt, and I'm struggling to fulfill my contractual obligations first. In life, if I don't keep my promises, I am nothing.


So saith Ed. Who is buried in post-GenCon communiques, legal matters, plans, and unfinished novels. To say nothing of my teasings.
love to all,
THO
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Blueblade
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Posted - 23 Aug 2008 :  19:58:25  Show Profile  Visit Blueblade's Homepage Send Blueblade a Private Message
Heh, Ed just get larger hats, because I'm going to share one of my "Ed is great" GenCon stories.
Ed at a Milwaukee GenCon (forget which one) dining in Mader's with some TSR friends. I saw him wander off to the restrooms to recycle his beer (I was not far behind him, bound to do the same thing). On the way back he detoured through the restaurant to look at the really long boar sword they had tacked up on the wall, and passed a table where there was a scared-looking little girl and her mother, who had started to cry but was using her table napkin to try to hide it.
Turned out the mother's con bag had been stolen from their table. She'd left her purse in the hotel room so as not to lose anything important, but brought a carry bag and some money into the show. She'd spent most of the money shopping, but now had lost the new D&D stuff that had debuted at the show (and was sold out), which was for her husband who had to work and couldn't make GenCon that year . . . AND her money for paying for the meal at Mader's.
Ed had his usual "monster suitcase" with him, and happily pulled out his new D&D books and modules for her, plus a neat little kid's game he'd bought, that he gave to the little girl. Then he asked them to come meet the TSR designers and artists. On the way, he found her waiter, and paid for her meal (with a big tip, too).
That's when I decided Ed was a great guy.
He once told me something his father had told him, after a funeral at which someone too young had been buried, and Ed had commented that it didn't seem fair. His dad told him: "Son, son, life isn't fair. MAKING it fair is our job. You, me, all of us."
Ed told me he tries to live by that.
Me, I think angels come to Earth as fat bearded guys who like to flirt and be outrageous.
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A Publishing Lackey
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Posted - 23 Aug 2008 :  20:01:35  Show Profile  Visit A Publishing Lackey's Homepage Send A Publishing Lackey a Private Message
Ed is similarly revered in certain publishing circles, as "nice and fair."
I once heard him reply to a movie exec who was asking him why he didn't sue TSR to get control of the Realms back, long ago, by replying calmly, "Because life is too short and too precious for me to waste a single moment of mine being an asshole."
Which I think is the single best Hollywood putdown I've ever heard.
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Malcolm
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Posted - 23 Aug 2008 :  20:16:54  Show Profile  Visit Malcolm's Homepage Send Malcolm a Private Message
I can add some "Ed being nice to people at GenCon" stories, too, but I'll mention just one. A gamer wanting to get "someone from TSR" to draw a sketch of Elminster in the front of her Players Handbook so she could show what the Old Mage looked like when DMing. She stood in front of the vacant artists' table for about five minutes on Sunday, before Ed, who was talking to gamers at the TSR booth, noticed her and came over to find out out what she needed.
He promptly sat down at the table and drew her a VERY nice, detailed sketch of Elminster (a head-and-shoulders pic), signed it, and imitated Elminster speaking a few of his favorite phrases for her roleplaying ease. She thanked him, peered at her book trying to decipher his signature for a few moments, and finally asked, "Uh, which artist are you?"
When he told her his name, her face was a picture.
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A Gavel
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Posted - 23 Aug 2008 :  20:32:20  Show Profile  Visit A Gavel's Homepage Send A Gavel a Private Message
Much as it pains me to be seen trying to "top" the tales of others, I think it's high time a wider audience knew THIS little anecdote of Ed.
Some years ago at a GenCon in the Milwaukee years, I introduced a friend of mine to Ed. She'd recently been horribly disfigured in a fire, and was literally wearing a mask (a cat mask, with cat costume) to GenCon, figuring that among all the other costumes, she'd not feel quite so self-conscious. Ed talked with her as if she was an old friend, for about ten minutes, and she felt so at ease that she told him what had happened to her, and took off her mask.
People all around recoiled at her ruined face (one of her eyeballs stood out from a real mess), but Ed didn't. He just took her hand, asked if she still felt pain, told her what guts she had for coming to the con, and hugged her when she then started to cry, talking her back to calmess again.
A year later, she came to the next GenCon, post-plastic surgery but wearing the same costume, and he remembered her name and called out to her excitedly the moment he saw her. She was so thrilled that she tore off her mask, ran to him, and then whipped up her top and flashed her reconstructed er, front at him (her chest had been ruined by the fire, too). "Like them?" she asked him, all excited, and Ed replied as calmly as if she'd been showing him a color sample for painting a wall: "Superb. Which is nothing less than what you deserve."
Now, THAT'S a class act. I've seen doctors and trained grief counsellors who didn't handle disfigured people as well.
Now, I DO have another Realms lore question for Ed: can deepspawn only mate with other deepspawn, to produce new deepspawn? Or can shapechangers be mind-controlled into taking deepspawn shape to breed with them? With what result? (Yes, I have STRANGE players. )
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Sage of Stars
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Posted - 23 Aug 2008 :  23:00:48  Show Profile  Visit Sage of Stars's Homepage Send Sage of Stars a Private Message
Hello, Lady THO and Ed,
I have a lore question: when the royal family of Cormyr sell gems from the Crystal Grot, all across the Realms, HOW do they do so? In other words, who carries them to the various markets and sells them? (Wouldn't such agents eventually become known or suspected, and targeted?)
Thanks!
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crazedventurers
Master of Realmslore

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Posted - 24 Aug 2008 :  00:19:13  Show Profile  Visit crazedventurers's Homepage Send crazedventurers a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by Sage of Stars

Hello, HOW do they do so? In other words, who carries them to the various markets and sells them? (Wouldn't such agents eventually become known or suspected, and targeted?)
Thanks!


Just a few thoughts:
Easy answer is wizards teleporting and changing their appearance, so each time its a 'new' seller - therefore no transport issues and no way to know who the person is (they would probably have at least one bodyguard with them. I would think it is likely to be a Highknight if the shipment is reasonably valuable)

I would imagine that they sell to other sellers of gemstones (wholesale to retail if you like) and other interested groups. So because the quality is good and the supply regular the people they sell to have built up a positive working relationship with Cormyr and have no wish to threaten that relationship as it is bad for business. So Cormyr is not at risk of theft, but the seller is who sells-on the Cormyr gems to the open market to anyone who can afford them.

The interested parties I mentioned would be organised mage guilds (WoMP for instance) and large (mainly good aligned??) churches. Both wizards and priests need gemstones for spell and prayers and again over a number of years they would come to rely upon the Cormyr gems and do not want to 'spoil the apple cart' (or whatever the Realms equivelant saying is!) by getting 'clever' and attempting to get them for free.

I may be wrong, but I don't see Cormyr selling directly to the open market (as in, announce to the public "we have gems to sell, anyone interested?"). They may sell to individuals who make it known they are looking for specific gems and if Cormyr hears about it, then intermediaries (probably spell disguised highknights again) will contact the 'requester' and see if business is possible. This obviously does open up the potential for theft, but I would imagine the process from request to sale is fairly protracted and has lots of Wizards of War spying and prying first!

Just my thoughts

Damian

EDIT: meant to add: Cormyr sell the gems in lots of places to 'spread the wealth'. That way they don't flood the market (and lower the price) and unless you are 'in the know' a thief (or three) probably wouldn't even suspect they are coming from Cormyr as the volume will be so small as to not warrant any notice.

I would say the timings of selling will also be erratic, so as to not fall into a discernable pattern that opens up opportunities for the ‘light fingered’ to take advantage of.....

Hope this helps

So saith Ed. I've never said he was sane, have I?
Gods, all this writing and he's running a constant fantasy version of Coronation Street in his head, too. .
shudder,
love to all,
THO
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Markustay
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Posted - 24 Aug 2008 :  00:31:36  Show Profile Send Markustay a Private Message
Now A_Gavel made me cry...

Stop gettin' to my 'girly side'

- Markustay, who's had that stupid "I'm a Lumberjack and I'm okay..." song stuck in his head since yesterday (because of another thread here).

I need to drink beer and headbutt sumthin', before I go over the edge and start watching The View.

Not Quite a Question:
I'm still hoping Ed can answer my geography questions from a couple pages back, but in the meantime, I know of a little bit of Realmslore that may help A_Gavel (even though he was a bad man and made me cry).

There was a Beholder that learned to reproduce the ability of a Deepspawn named the Beholder King (PftF, pg.22). It somehow managed to do this by magical means, and I don't even want to dwell on the 'logistics' involved, but obviously there is at least one canon example of another creature being able to duplicate the Deepspawn's extraodinary ability.

Hope that helps in some way.

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


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crazedventurers
Master of Realmslore

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Posted - 24 Aug 2008 :  00:59:03  Show Profile  Visit crazedventurers's Homepage Send crazedventurers a Private Message
Well Met Ed and Tho

I have been re-reading the Cyclopedia of the Realms (for the community project) and even after 21 years of constantly reading the book I still spot something new!

Under the Harpers section, Bridorn quotes to Florin 4 members of the Harpers, Mintiper and Storm (whom we have lore about) and two rangers Thulraven and Estulphore whose names are unknown to me (I have done a quick scan of Code of the Harpers and I can't see them in there)

Ed/THO can you shed any light on these two rangers please? (as at the campaign time of the OGBS setting).

Many thanks

Damian

So saith Ed. I've never said he was sane, have I?
Gods, all this writing and he's running a constant fantasy version of Coronation Street in his head, too. .
shudder,
love to all,
THO
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Ashe Ravenheart
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Posted - 24 Aug 2008 :  03:32:21  Show Profile Send Ashe Ravenheart a Private Message
I honestly had a question for Ed, but can't remember it with all the blurry vision and stuff. Must be allergies. *sniff*

I actually DO know everything. I just have a very poor index of my knowledge.

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createvmind
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Posted - 24 Aug 2008 :  05:21:48  Show Profile  Visit createvmind's Homepage Send createvmind a Private Message
Indeed we florish!

Thank you Ed and all.
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Seainna Mistwalker
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Posted - 24 Aug 2008 :  07:57:48  Show Profile  Visit Seainna Mistwalker's Homepage Send Seainna Mistwalker a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by Markustay

Now A_Gavel made me cry...

Stop gettin' to my 'girly side'


And what pray-tell is wrong with ones "girly side" ?

Some of us are all "girly side" you know...

On a side note that pertains to you Markus, I loved the little blurb about your sister trying to lift your spirits by purchasing that much wanted FRCS 4e tome. It made me smile, thank you for sharing..

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Blueblade
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Posted - 24 Aug 2008 :  19:06:39  Show Profile  Visit Blueblade's Homepage Send Blueblade a Private Message
MMMM, yes, I LIKE investigating girly sides. And backs, and . . . geez, I sound like THO!
Oops!
Ahem.
Sorry!
Dearest and most beautiful Lady THO, I have a Realmslore question for our Ed, or rather a whole raft of them. Mostly about this Returned Abeir place he wrote about. "Once over lightly," as it were. Any chance of getting more usual Ed juicy goodness coverage of some of the places of Abeir, in the usual Ed fashion, here or on the Wizards website?
And to echo Uzzy and others, what about those of us who have campaigns happily running along circa the 1370s, and don't want to timejump yet? Will you still answer "old Realms" lore questions here, for us?
Thanks!
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Ashe Ravenheart
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Posted - 24 Aug 2008 :  20:09:55  Show Profile Send Ashe Ravenheart a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by Seainna Mistwalker
Some of us are all "girly side" you know...



I, as well, highly appreciate those that are all 'girly side'. Much more fun to snuggle and stuff. Besides, Markus's girly side is kinda scratchy...

*ahem*

Yes, I've remembered my Lore question. I don't recall seeing mention of the Knights of Myth Drannor in the FRCG. Even if some of the members are no longer with us in body (although they will remain in spirit forever), has the group still survived? Possibly with Azalar Falconhand heading the group for a time?

I actually DO know everything. I just have a very poor index of my knowledge.

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Marek
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Posted - 24 Aug 2008 :  20:18:36  Show Profile  Visit Marek's Homepage Send Marek a Private Message
Hello,
I have a very simple question for Ed:

Why do Red Wizards wear red?

Any info related will be much appreciated...I am a Thay-addict
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Menelvagor
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Posted - 24 Aug 2008 :  20:39:30  Show Profile  Visit Menelvagor's Homepage Send Menelvagor a Private Message
Uh... Hello. Red is Evil. Blood, Fire, Lust, Pain... Awesomness!

"Shall mortal man be more just than God? shall a man be more pure than his maker?
Behold, he put no trust in his servants; and his angels he charged with folly.
How much less them that dwell in houses of clay, whose foundation in the dust, are crushed before the moth?" - Eliphaz the Temanite, Job IV, 17-19.

"Yea, though he live a thousand years twice, yet hath he seen no good: do not all go to one place?" - Ecclesiastes VI, 6.

"There are no stupid questions – just a bunch of inquisitive idiots."

"Let's not call it 'hijacking'. Let's call it 'Thread Drift'."
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althen artren
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Spells stilled, Scribes:

Here comes another long list of questions by yours truly
that will bring down the NDA field faster that the
USS Enterprise raises her shields.

* I assume that Elminster and the Shrinshee have been intimate.
If not, please correct me. If so, would they have a child together,
or would the Shrinshee have a child with anybody?

*If we ask a question about "what if" Realms questions that might be covered with a NDA, will we be able to get info or does the NDA still
cover alternative history questions?

*With the above question in mind, would the elves of Myth Drannor be able to reconcile with the drow of Elven court after the Cormanthor War? I don't know if I will use parts of the War of the Spider Queen, and so would like a kind of just in case answer.

*How do the ruins of Elven Court look as of 1375 DR? Is it riddled with portals like Myth Drannor?
Madam Hoody, have you ever journeyed to Elven Court in-game? Could you give us some memories or notes?

*Elminster having kids as a female; have any of the other Chosen ever (except Khelben, I don't think he would stay long as a woman, I think he is too muy macho) gender-switched and father/mothered a kid?

*Have you ever mapped out the 5-10 mile range around Myth Drannor? Can you give us some of the burbs around?

*What if, an Elven High Mage ran across Aecnar the Mantled King's watchghost and offered him the chance to come alive and serve Myth Drannor and allied Dales, would he say yes?

*If adventurers were to dedicate themselves to exploring the Desertmouth Mountains, what would they find? Where is the old fortress of the ex-Chosen dracolich father writer leader?

*Would Larloch be guarding against a previously unknown/unmentioned elder elemental evil, or have there been any hints published?

*The Harpers have hid many possible heirs to countries to keep them alive. Have they done that with any of Queen Amlaruil's missing children?

*Would a nature elemental (found on Eric Boyd's website compendium)
be enough to restore the soil in Sessrendale to a livable state? Would that allow the Sessrendale ghosts to rest? Where did the survivors of Sessrendale flee to during its destruction?

*At the old battlefields of the Weeping War, what would adventurers find in the soil/rubble left over?

(sops brow) Whooh, that was long. Okay everyone, watch nothing happen
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The Hooded One
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Hi again, all. I bring you the latest words of Ed:

I am away from my notes on the Red Wizards at the moment, so I probably won't be able to give you the few lines therein on the origins of their name (from the hue of their robes, of course, but I mean the origins of their wearing garments of that color, which should be a shiny crimson, or "deep red with a sheen to it" if you prefer) until tomorrow.
In the meantime, let me tackle the easy few amongst the latest flood of questions from althen artren:

Yes, El and the Srinshee have been intimate. Any offspring would only occur if Mystra wanted it AND a certain elven goddess wanted it, too. Have they? Heh-heh: NDA!!!

NDAs usually cover alternative "what ifs," just to prevent eloquent and clever gamers (which, let's face it, is most gamers, right?) from learning too much with a succession of carefully-worded questions.

Yes, THO and the Knights have journeyed to the Elven Court, in-game. Descriptions forthcoming? Not so much. :}

The Mantled King has ALREADY been offered the chance to live again, and refused. He has, however, accepted augmentation of his undead powers (from certain Weave-ghost servitors of Mystra) so as to serve more effectively as a ghostly guardian of the Dales.

Larloch is guarding against something, but just what, is decidedly NDA.

No, a nature elemental alone couldn't restore Sessrendale, because other magics have been cast there since its desolation. What, why, and by whom, are all, yes, NDA!

Yes, I've mapped Myth Drannor and its environs. However, those maps are the property of Wizards, and can't be revealed/published except with their permission.

Yes, Chosen who switch gender CAN father or bear children, as the case may be, but only with Mystra's permission (she controls conception). As to who may have done this, why, and with what result, yep, those trusty NDAs are riding forth again! Yee-hah, and so forth and suchlike and tings of dat naytchooah.


So saith Ed. Who is imparting all he can, believe me. So, Thay lore (we hope) tomorrow.
love to all,
THO
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Marek
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Posted - 25 Aug 2008 :  09:06:20  Show Profile  Visit Marek's Homepage Send Marek a Private Message
I'm shivering with anticipation
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Marek
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Posted - 25 Aug 2008 :  11:50:49  Show Profile  Visit Marek's Homepage Send Marek a Private Message
Actually, I'd like to ask one more thing related to the Red Wizards.
In the campaign setting, zulkir Nevron is referred to as "fiend-touched". However, his official stats describe him as being entirely human.
To what extent shall we consider him a fiendtouched then?
Thanks for this one too

Ok, hte other players from the online shard would like to ask a few more questions and I'm acting as an ambassador

1-A paladin of Mystra can gain levels as a sorcerer but needs to go through some kind of initiation. Faiths & Pantheons doesn't specify what kind of initiation. We would like to know what it is about

2-Also from Faiths & Pantheons, we would like to know more about the mistake made by Lathander called "Dawn Cataclysm"

Thanks!!!!!!

Edited by - Marek on 25 Aug 2008 15:07:47
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