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The Hooded One
Lady Herald of Realmslore

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Posted - 21 Sep 2008 :  16:06:32  Show Profile  Visit The Hooded One's Homepage Send The Hooded One a Private Message
Malcolm, I can't confirm if it was Phil Athan's first GenCon, but it was indeed the famous "doo doo doo" reading, and the bedchamber scene was an outtake from CROWN OF FIRE. Embarrassed Jeff Grubb but left his wife Kate whooping with laughter, as I recall. . .
And I echo Blueblade's comment: great Cormyr rakes reply (as usual) Garen!
love to all,
THO
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althen artren
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Posted - 21 Sep 2008 :  17:48:58  Show Profile Send althen artren a Private Message
Spells stilled, Scribes:

Indeed, CEoE is Cormanthor. I've seen acronyms being used for accessory and book
titles and have taken to doing so myself. Sorry if I have lead some confusion.
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The Hooded One
Lady Herald of Realmslore

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Posted - 22 Sep 2008 :  00:03:43  Show Profile  Visit The Hooded One's Homepage Send The Hooded One a Private Message
Hello again, all. althen artren, your Ed question has been passed along to Ed, but as for your queries to me:

No, no, I'm The Hooded One.
Madam Peekaboo was a SUPERB stripper, but she's 94 years old now, and hasn't been performing for years. Thanks for the compliment, though.
And under my hood are the usual things. Including two warm, parted, willing and welcoming lips, and a tongue that never quits . . .
HEL-lo, althen . . .
Ahem.
As for your other query ("In any of Ed's games, have you ever got the impression that the
Srinshee was one of the winged elf race. I have looked over some of the older material and just get this feeling that it might be a possibility."), I'm afraid my answer is: no.
The Srinshee is short (and of petitebuild, in all ways), and VERY old, and my character has met her only a handful of times in play (with Ed as DM, of course). The matter of her race has been answered three times: two different ways in official canon game material, and definitively by her (in a short story Ed wrote, that is ALSO official Realms canon material). I've no reason to doubt the man, but will query him just to remove all doubt, okay?
love,
THO

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Zandilar
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Posted - 22 Sep 2008 :  00:46:50  Show Profile  Visit Zandilar's Homepage Send Zandilar a Private Message
Heya,

A question for you Ed...

Is there a common Realmsian expression that's equivalent to our 24/7/365? ie: Someone does such and such 24/7 365 days of the year.

Zandilar
~amor vincit omnia~
~audaces fortuna iuvat~

As the spell ends, you look up into the sky to see the sun blazing overhead like noon in a desert. Then something else in the sky catches your attention. Turning your gaze, you see a tawny furred kitten bounding across the sky towards the new sun. Her eyes glint a mischevious green as she pounces on it as if it were nothing but a colossal ball of golden yarn. With quick strokes of her paws, it is batted across the sky, back and forth. Then with a wink the kitten and the sun disappear, leaving the citizens of Elversult gazing up with amazed expressions that quickly turn into chortles and mirth.

The Sunlord left Elversult the same day in humilitation, and was never heard from again.

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Vangelor
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Posted - 22 Sep 2008 :  01:02:31  Show Profile  Visit Vangelor's Homepage Send Vangelor a Private Message
As I understand it, the Srinshee was originally a sun elf high mage, then a baelnorn, then divinely revived as a living moon-elf and can now appear as whatever sort of elf she feels like (including avariel if it suits her), and is quite past the point of endorsing any kind of divisiveness among elves based on racial or cultural differences - with the possible exception of unreformed daemonfey, fey'ri or drow. But let's hear it from The Man. :)

Edited by - Vangelor on 22 Sep 2008 01:05:18
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The Hooded One
Lady Herald of Realmslore

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Posted - 22 Sep 2008 :  01:29:08  Show Profile  Visit The Hooded One's Homepage Send The Hooded One a Private Message
Hello, all scribes.
I have some sad news to impart.
Brian Thomsen, former head of TSR's Books Department, the editor and instigator of some classic Realms novels, and Ed Greenwood's very good friend (not to mention a close friend of Jeff Grubb's, and a friend and guide to many, including several scribes on these boards who attended GenCon this year and talked with him about fantasy writing), passed away suddenly last night.
Death comes for us all, but it's never welcome when someone finds it young, suddenly, and with so much left to do.
I'll raise a glass.
love to all,
THO
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Christopher_Rowe
Forgotten Realms Author

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Posted - 22 Sep 2008 :  01:34:09  Show Profile  Visit Christopher_Rowe's Homepage Send Christopher_Rowe a Private Message
Oh, I'm so sorry to hear this. My sincere condolences to all his family, friends, and colleagues.

My Realms novel, Sandstorm, is now available for ordering.
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createvmind
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Best wishes to all he touched and knew.
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quote:
Originally posted by The Hooded One

Hello, all scribes.
I have some sad news to impart.
Brian Thomsen, former head of TSR's Books Department, the editor and instigator of some classic Realms novels, and Ed Greenwood's very good friend (not to mention a close friend of Jeff Grubb's, and a friend and guide to many, including several scribes on these boards who attended GenCon this year and talked with him about fantasy writing), passed away suddenly last night.
Death comes for us all, but it's never welcome when someone finds it young, suddenly, and with so much left to do.
I'll raise a glass.
love to all,
THO

We appreciate you sharing this news with us here at Candlekeep, my Lady.

'Twas often partly because of seeing Brian's name as editor on some of my favorite FR novels, that I knew I'd thoroughly enjoy the forthcoming tale.

He will be missed.

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Rinonalyrna Fathomlin
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Posted - 22 Sep 2008 :  02:22:29  Show Profile  Visit Rinonalyrna Fathomlin's Homepage Send Rinonalyrna Fathomlin a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by The Hooded One

Hello, all scribes.
I have some sad news to impart.
Brian Thomsen, former head of TSR's Books Department, the editor and instigator of some classic Realms novels, and Ed Greenwood's very good friend (not to mention a close friend of Jeff Grubb's, and a friend and guide to many, including several scribes on these boards who attended GenCon this year and talked with him about fantasy writing), passed away suddenly last night.
Death comes for us all, but it's never welcome when someone finds it young, suddenly, and with so much left to do.
I'll raise a glass.
love to all,
THO



Sorry to hear that.

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Kuje
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Posted - 22 Sep 2008 :  03:23:41  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
Oh man, that bites. :( Condolences.

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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Kuje
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Posted - 22 Sep 2008 :  03:25:31  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
Here's a quick question that either Ed or THO could answer. On page 32 of the Cyc of the Realms from the Grey Box it says Allyia came from Evenstar. Is that supposed to be Eveningstar?

Just wondering if that is another typo because I need it for our project and I can't recall a place named Evenstar.

Edit: I should know this, since I wrote about Corm Op, but is the ruler's surname Hultel or Hulrel? Page 31 says Hultel but page 32 says Hulrel.

Edit 2: Samtavan Sulacar on page 33 is Samtavan Sudacar on page 52, which is correct? :)

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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Edited by - Kuje on 22 Sep 2008 05:58:15
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quote:
Originally posted by Kuje

Edit 2: Samtavan Sulacar on page 33 is Samtavan Sudacar on page 52, which is correct? :)



The name Sudacar was used throughout The Wyvern's Spur.

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Kuje
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Posted - 22 Sep 2008 :  17:47:05  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
I've been holding onto this PM from Ed since June but since I just ended my other campaign, I can finally post this!

Hi! I am happy to report that a long-standing NDA has fallen, and Ed is now free to answer questions about the gate (3e: portal) linking Drawn Swords with Berdusk. To whit:



The Berdusk end of the gate is located in a cellar beneath Castleview Rise, the centermost of the trio of high-class “manyhearths” (we modern real-world folks would call them low-rise luxury apartments) immediately southwest of (across the street from) The Running Stag inn and tavern.
The Stag is Feature 35 on the Berdusk map included in VOLO’S GUIDE TO THE SWORD COAST, and best seen in the “Castle Hill” detail map. For those who have access only to my original FORGOTTEN REALMS ADVENTURES sourcebook map, the Stag is the large, “almost a closed figure, slightly more than three-sided” building west-northwest of Feature 1, The High Lady’s Castle (a clump of trees in the Castle gardens, two small buildings, and a road separate them). On the FRA map, Castleview Rise is right across the street from the “curving” end (actually, it’s a tower) of the sprawling Stag building. (That street, by the way, is Woodrun Lane, better known to all Berduskans as “the Woodrun,” and retains that name right out to the Wood Gate.)
The Stag has open-air “galleries” (continuous balconies, like many a modern real-world motel) running around its interior walls (that open into a parallel enclosed passage, used in winter, when the balconies serve as firewood storage dumps; the passage in turn opening into the various rental bedrooms) and rises four floors above ground level, as well as plunging three levels of cellars deep, below grade. Two large “ready rooms” (used for storage and assembly of “gate-run” goods and persons) on that bottom-most cellar level are connected to each other and to a tunnel running under the street (and turning a wide “dogleg” corner while doing so, to absorb magical blasts without allowing their fury to fly right in under the Stag) into the lowest of the two levels of cellars under that manyhearths, where the gate itself flickers and glows, its Berdusk end being identical in appearance to its Drawn Swords end (just stepping into the gate, in either direction, triggers a “single step” journey to the gate’s other end).
A spiral stair inside the interior walls of Castleview Rise links the cellar gate room to the back of a storage room in one of the ground-level “homes” (suites) within the manyhearths, and also leads (along a VERY narrow inside-the-walls ground-floor passage) to a secret door in the outside (northwest) wall of the manyhearths (where there’s a iron-bars-walled, but unlocked, terrace, shared by the residents of Castleview Rise and Prospect rise, next door; completists should know that the manyhearths on the other side of Castleview is known as Swordsar Rise [after the surname of its builder, the long-dead Amhro Swordsar], and is by far the most “exclusive” address of the three manyhearths).
These “secret ways out” from the cellar gate are nigh-forgotten (except by a handful of master and senior Harpers) and almost never used, these days (with most of the inhabitants of all three Rises being utterly unaware that the lingering Berduskan talk of “ways to walk clear across the Realms, under our very feet!” have anything to do with where they live; the owner of the ground-level home with the secret door in its storage room, a retired Harper fighter by the name of Laernduth “Leapingflame” Duskriver, being one of the exceptions to this blissful ignorance).
Almost all gate traffic moves via renters of the Old Stag meeting-room, on the ground floor of the Stag. This meeting room has a serving-kitchen in its rear wall, which has a wide, easily-used ramp down into the cellars to access pantries (and the next cellar level down, and therefrom, the deepest cellar level, right at the doors of one of the gate “ready rooms.”
The Stag is a busy, cozily-furnished, expensive but worth it establishment. Luxuriously comfortable, upper-crust without any of the haughty airs (what many travelers fervently wish all lodgings were like). It’s well-loved by visitors (many of whom become loyal repeat clientele) and Berduskans alike; its staff is riddled with Harpers who cheerfully spy on all guests as a matter of habit, because those ground-floor rental “function rooms” are used by Berduskans for all sorts of interesting get-togethers, trade-related and otherwise.



So saith Ed. I am PMing this to Gelcur, Asgetrion, Kuje, and Damian, with the hopes that Kuje will tell everyone the moment the “gate location secret is out of the bag” in his campaign, so that this lore from Ed can then be made public at Candlekeep.
I’m also hoping everyone involved will keep it secret until then, for maximum roleplaying fun. “In the Realms,” the location of this gate is always on the verge of being publicly revealed just because so many Harpers use it, and that means a large number of people have to try to keep a secret (never a good idea).
love to all,
THO

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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Rinonalyrna Fathomlin
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Posted - 22 Sep 2008 :  18:30:19  Show Profile  Visit Rinonalyrna Fathomlin's Homepage Send Rinonalyrna Fathomlin a Private Message
Thanks for posting that, Kuje.

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Ardashir
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Posted - 22 Sep 2008 :  18:33:49  Show Profile  Visit Ardashir's Homepage Send Ardashir a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by The Hooded One

Hello, all scribes.
I have some sad news to impart.
Brian Thomsen, former head of TSR's Books Department, the editor and instigator of some classic Realms novels, and Ed Greenwood's very good friend (not to mention a close friend of Jeff Grubb's, and a friend and guide to many, including several scribes on these boards who attended GenCon this year and talked with him about fantasy writing), passed away suddenly last night.
Death comes for us all, but it's never welcome when someone finds it young, suddenly, and with so much left to do.
I'll raise a glass.
love to all,
THO



My condolences to all affected by his death.
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Christopher_Rowe
Forgotten Realms Author

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Posted - 22 Sep 2008 :  18:40:47  Show Profile  Visit Christopher_Rowe's Homepage Send Christopher_Rowe a Private Message
This "In Memoriam" post for Brian M. Thomsen Tor Books site provides some biographical and professional details. It's written by book designer Pablo Defendini, whom I believe was also a friend of Mr. Thomsen's.

Updated to add that this heartfelt tribute by Ed Greenwood is now online at Tor, as well.

My Realms novel, Sandstorm, is now available for ordering.

Edited by - Christopher_Rowe on 22 Sep 2008 20:34:08
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The Sage
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quote:
Originally posted by Kuje

I've been holding onto this PM from Ed since June but since I just ended my other campaign, I can finally post this!

Hi! I am happy to report that a long-standing NDA has fallen, and Ed is now free to answer questions about the gate (3e: portal) linking Drawn Swords with Berdusk. To whit:
Heh. I've never considered using this as a plot-hook for an adventure before. But there really are some worthwhile Ed-crafted tidbits here that would work nicely with the focus of my current side-campaign. Nice work Ed!

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Jamallo Kreen
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Now that Ed has shared some details of smoked foods, would he please tell us about herbs and spices of the Realms, where they come from, how they are used, who sells them at the retail end, and their costs in lands distant from their homes?





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Kajehase
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Greetings yet again to Ed and the Hooded One.

I've been reading a short biography about the Swedish 17th-century queen Kristina who managed to make quite a few waves in Europe when she abdicated and converted to catholicism - and a small query popped up: What status would a monarch who voluntarily (without being pushed) left his or her throne and crown and left his/her erstwhile realm have in the Realms at large?

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The Hooded One
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Posted - 23 Sep 2008 :  16:49:10  Show Profile  Visit The Hooded One's Homepage Send The Hooded One a Private Message
Hello again, all. I have been ferrying your posts to Ed in the usual manner throughout these difficult last few days (his wife is not well and he’s caring for her, as well as facing the death of his close friend BrianThomsen).
All things considered, I was a little surprised to receive this relatively swift reply from Ed to Kajehase’s query: “I've been reading a short biography about the Swedish 17th-century queen Kristina who managed to make quite a few waves in Europe when she abdicated and converted to catholicism - and a small query popped up: What status would a monarch who voluntarily (without being pushed) left his or her throne and crown and left his/her erstwhile realm have in the Realms at large?”
Ed replies:



Hi, Kajehase. That depends entirely on how the abdicating monarch’s successor treats him (I’ll stick to “him” in this reply just to keep us from getting tangled up in endless gender choices, okay?).
They can accord him honored status, ignore him, declare him a traitor and execute him, declare him to have done something bad or be about to do something bad and then hunt him down and have him slain, they can spread horrible rumors about him (insanity, blasphemy against the gods, etc.), or they can fake his death and let him “change identities” and live a different life (or the abdicator can do these last two things, in order to gain freedom from birth status, perhaps with the aid of shapechanging magic, hired impostors, and so on). Some monarchs have done this latter dodge to escape determined assassins, try to shake curses and holy censure, and so on.
How the succeeding monarch regards and treats the abdicator depends most on the nature of that successor, but it of course can also depend in part on how the abdicator treats the successor. If the abdicator names and supports the successor, they are going to feel more kindly towards their predecessor, and their legitimacy in the eyes of the people, at least initially, is going to be strongly tied to their predecessor’s support.
If the monarch bolts the throne and leaves a burgeoning civil war behind, everyone in the realm is likely to see the abdicator in a less friendly light - - and if the abdicator sticks around (stays in or near the realm, with a high public profile) and comments on the ruling deeds of the successor, particularly as a critic (so they can be seen by those who do not like the successor as a potential rival for restoration to the throne, wither as a pawn or willingly), the successor is highly likely to see their predecessor as a foe who’s better eradicated.
Voluntarily abdicating monarchs are, of course, rare, though published Realmslore records at least one king of Cormyr.
My unpublished notes contain several others, usually lords of lesser stature who ruled small demesnes or cities, and most of these were wealthy and took themselves far away from their former land, to dwell either in seclusion or under an assumed name (often in the Border Kingdoms or the Tashalar), or as themselves in crossroads cosmopolitan cities where money confers status (such as Waterdeep and Athkatla), where they tended to live the lives of “guest nobility,” often increasing their personal fortunes by shrewd investments in real estate (landlords and property resales) and local mercantile trade. At certain times in the histories of Amn, Tethyr, Sembia, and Calimshan, “getting out of town fast while you still have coins, a title, and an intact neck” was an oft-necessary survival tactic.
I should also mention that among the gnomes of the North, dwelling in modest villages in the few instances in which they didn’t entirely co-mingle with humans in human cities, rulers calmly resigned when they thought they were not longer the best for the job, and named the one they deemed best. If that gnome didn’t want to rule, they deposed themselves on the spot, and handed things on THEIR chosen candidate. If no one wanted to rule, a council of all family elders was convened and the rulership (often by a trio or quartet) was hammered out that way; such teams usually set out to train and inspire their own (one gnome) replacements.


So saith Ed. Who has thought about this before, because we Knights long, long ago met a self-deposed Sembian noble (a “Duke of Windsor” sort, who married as he pleased, kicking over the family traces, and simply fled their disapproval and his duties) living the “high, idle life” in Waterdeep (including maintaining a hunting lodge northeast of the city). To fight off recurring assassination attempts (from bounty-hunting adventurers sent by his Sembian relatives), he’d amassed quite a private army of veteran adventurers, and was beginning to hire them out ro protect Waterdhavian nobles in need.
love to all,
THO
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The Red Walker
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quote:
Originally posted by The Hooded One

Hello again, all. I have been ferrying your posts to Ed in the usual manner throughout these difficult last few days (his wife is not well and he’s caring for her, as well as facing the death of his close friend BrianThomsen).
love to all,
THO


THO, our thoughts and love are with him and his wife.

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Kajehase
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quote:
Originally posted by The Hooded One

Hello again, all. I have been ferrying your posts to Ed in the usual manner throughout these difficult last few days (his wife is not well and he’s caring for her, as well as facing the death of his close friend BrianThomsen).
All things considered, I was a little surprised to receive this relatively swift reply from Ed to Kajehase’s query:


That was ...fast Thank you Ed and THO both. And I hope those things that can get better for Ed will get better.

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arry
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quote:
Originally posted by Kajehase

That was ...fast Thank you Ed and THO both. And I hope those things that can get better for Ed will get better.



Likewise. Things have been rough for poor Ed. of late
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Uzzy
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Small question for Ed to stick on the pile. I hope things improve for him soon too.

My question is this. What sort of mild drugs/substances might be found in Festhalls? I'm mainly looking for those that would relax people, bring them a bit of happiness, rather then anything too harsh.

Thanks once again for your time.
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