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Markustay
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Posted - 20 Oct 2008 :  23:00:19  Show Profile Send Markustay a Private Message
Jakk, I think you're starting to go a bit over-board with the 'NDA Hate'.

Normally, when an NDA is in place, it stays in place until they lift it (which almost never happens) or Ed 'prods' them to do so, in order for him to help answer some of our questions here.

I've come to the conclusion that Ed does indeed keep track of all this stuff, and lets us know what's what as soon as he is able.

Harping on them doesn't help.

<le Sigh>

And bringing up the whole thing between Mystra, Shar, Cyric, and the Weave (ad nauseum) is just rubbing salt in a fresh wound, at this point. We all know it shouldn't have been possible, but it happened, and we all need to move on.

Lets ask Ed about happy stuff, that he can answer.

On Topic:
Beside my question about the Wastes (above), did he ever have anything in mind below the Utter East, before Zakhara was added?

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Edited by - Markustay on 20 Oct 2008 23:00:53
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The Hooded One
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Posted - 20 Oct 2008 :  23:03:38  Show Profile  Visit The Hooded One's Homepage Send The Hooded One a Private Message
Hi again, fellow scribes. This time I bring you Ed's response to khorne, re. this: "Ed, I was reading the first two books in the Knights of myth drannor trilogy, when a thought about conspiracies came to my mind. We have seen soooo many examples of hrasted nobles trying to take over the country, causing not inconsiderable damage every time. What I'm wondering is; has there ever been a counter-conspiracy? Consisting of citizens of Cormyr who are not nobles, and have concluded that a good way to serve the country would be to kill as many noble fools as possible, in order to strengthen the dragon throne and throw the traitorous pigs into confusion (I suppose it's quite obvious by now that I despise the concept of nobility)."
Ed replies:


I don't think any of the various uprisings in Cormyrean history can be accurately described as attempts to get rid of all nobles (so, no "French Revolution" moment), but there have been many attempts to murder one, or a few, specific nobles, and some of them have targeted "older nobles with a haughtier attitude" so as to get younger (and seen as more enlightened) heirs into the "heads of houses" positions and running things. And true fools, nobles or otherwise, have a habit of getting themselves killed off. To be more specific would eat up pages and pages of this thread AND tramp on some future fiction ideas held by a number of scribes, so I think I'll just leave it at that, for now at least.
More Realmslore replies soon, I promise!



So saith Ed. Who had a busy writing day today that I'm not yet allowed to say any more about (pout pout) . . .
love to all,
THO
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Jakk
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Posted - 20 Oct 2008 :  23:42:39  Show Profile Send Jakk a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by Markustay

Jakk, I think you're starting to go a bit over-board with the 'NDA Hate'.

Normally, when an NDA is in place, it stays in place until they lift it (which almost never happens) or Ed 'prods' them to do so, in order for him to help answer some of our questions here.

I've come to the conclusion that Ed does indeed keep track of all this stuff, and lets us know what's what as soon as he is able.

Harping on them doesn't help.


I have no doubt that Ed does all he can in that regard. I was hoping that, in this particular case, additional lore might be available since the apparent final demise of everyone's favourite Mad Mage.

quote:
Originally posted by Markustay

And bringing up the whole thing between Mystra, Shar, Cyric, and the Weave (ad nauseum) is just rubbing salt in a fresh wound, at this point. We all know it shouldn't have been possible, but it happened, and we all need to move on.

Lets ask Ed about happy stuff, that he can answer.



I agree on both counts; I wouldn't even have noticed that bit if Ashe hadn't commented on it, but because it was spotlighted like that and I had a theory, I wanted to try to make some sense of it in light of the just-resurfaced lore. However, I agree... happy stuff.

Ed: This will make you very happy. I have no further questions for you at this time; catch up on other pending questions, too many of which are mine, and if you can reveal anything more about Halaster since his passing, it's all appreciated. Thank you both, Ed and THO!

Playing in the Realms since the Old Grey Box (1987)... and *still* having fun with material published before 2008, despite the NDA'd lore.

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Kamuraki
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Posted - 20 Oct 2008 :  23:48:30  Show Profile  Visit Kamuraki's Homepage Send Kamuraki a Private Message
I just heard Aqualung by Jetro Tull, and for some reason it made me think of El and Ed... hmmm... anyhoo, on to another question. Will you guys be releasing any info about the now cleansed dark elves (Ilytharii) living on the surface after the events of Mrs. Smedman's novels?

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Markustay
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Posted - 21 Oct 2008 :  05:21:04  Show Profile Send Markustay a Private Message
Your bad....

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Dalor Darden
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Posted - 21 Oct 2008 :  07:01:03  Show Profile  Visit Dalor Darden's Homepage Send Dalor Darden a Private Message
I have a question concerning Ironfang Keep upon the Moonsea. Well, several regarding the structure in Ed's own game...

Did Ed Create it for his own use?

Since it has been given to us that there is a cult there by BRJ and that is the Canon now...can Ed tell us what HE had planned for Ironfang Keep?

Question for THO: have you and the Knights ever been to Ironfang Keep? What happened there?

Any information on Ironfang Keep would be great!

Myself...I had it in my mind long ago that it actually was held by a cabal of secretive wizards.

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The Hooded One
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Posted - 21 Oct 2008 :  16:10:52  Show Profile  Visit The Hooded One's Homepage Send The Hooded One a Private Message
Hi, all.
Dalor, I can tell you that Ironfang Keep was part of Ed's original (pre-TSR, pre-publication) Realms, and that it was indeed the home of a cabal of powerful (plane-hopping, and trading goods from plane to plane) wizards.
That latter feature was the very thing that TSR's early directors pounced on, considering it a great setup for a computer game, and that trammeling is why it's been NDA ever since. It is STILL under a NDA, because that computer game license is still active (hasn't run out yet), so I don't know why anyone was allowed to write lore about it (is the cult in "official" writing?). Hmm.
Tell me more.
love,
THO
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Na-Gang
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Posted - 21 Oct 2008 :  17:46:20  Show Profile  Visit Na-Gang's Homepage Send Na-Gang a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by The Hooded One
Tell me more.



I think Dalor Darden was referring to this : http://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x=dnd/drrl/20071107a
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The Hooded One
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Posted - 21 Oct 2008 :  19:10:57  Show Profile  Visit The Hooded One's Homepage Send The Hooded One a Private Message
VERRRRYYYYYY interesting. Ed checked on that particular NDA at GenCon (this year, as in: two months ago) and it was still in force (with most of a year left to run), so either someone has received quiet but official assurances that nothing will be done with Ironfang Keep before the license runs out . . . or someone at Wizards doesn't know what licenses are still out there (which will possibly annoy someone at Hasbro no end).
Let's hope, for everyone's sake, it's the former.
Sigh.
love to all,
THO
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Jakk
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Posted - 21 Oct 2008 :  19:22:30  Show Profile Send Jakk a Private Message
I was wondering about that Ironfang Keep article and the NDA situation myself. I, too, am interested in the Keep and its workings. THO, can Ed confirm or deny that the Keep presented in that article is (more or less) the Keep that he originally envisioned? One year left on that NDA, you say? So they are mortal... interesting...

Playing in the Realms since the Old Grey Box (1987)... and *still* having fun with material published before 2008, despite the NDA'd lore.

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Ashe Ravenheart
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Posted - 21 Oct 2008 :  19:23:02  Show Profile Send Ashe Ravenheart a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by The Hooded One

VERRRRYYYYYY interesting. Ed checked on that particular NDA at GenCon (this year, as in: two months ago) and it was still in force (with most of a year left to run), so either someone has received quiet but official assurances that nothing will be done with Ironfang Keep before the license runs out . . . or someone at Wizards doesn't know what licenses are still out there (which will possibly annoy someone at Hasbro no end).
Let's hope, for everyone's sake, it's the former.
Sigh.
love to all,
THO



Well, let's ask.

Brian, anything you can tell us? (cross-posted to Brian's scroll)

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

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Markustay
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Posted - 21 Oct 2008 :  23:11:41  Show Profile Send Markustay a Private Message
I shouldn't really be guessing in Ed's thread, but considering Brian is the 'New Kid on the Block', I doubt very much he was aware of the NDA.

Ergo, its not really his fault - it would be the fault of whoever gave him the go-ahead to write that.

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Dalor Darden
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Posted - 22 Oct 2008 :  01:55:45  Show Profile  Visit Dalor Darden's Homepage Send Dalor Darden a Private Message
Didn't mean to open the can of purple worms...but I just thought I would ask about Ed's personal game and the Ironfang Keep area.

Did you guys go there THO?

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The Hooded One
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Posted - 22 Oct 2008 :  02:08:38  Show Profile  Visit The Hooded One's Homepage Send The Hooded One a Private Message
We went to Mulmaster, executed a fighting withdrawal, and had already been warned away from Ironfang Keep. Nevertheless, we got warned away again, by a spectral image of a floating (standing on air) wizard who cast quite a few spectacular battle spells in our direction (and succeeded in cowing us with the old: "If he can waste multiple meteor swarms and prismatic fists and the like on us, what's he got ready if we stick around to fight him? Yikes!" strategy).
Jakk, that particular NDA has a shelf life because licensing agreements have specific lengths, and one must pay to renew them (if an option to do so exists, and the owner of the property being licensed is amenable). Not all NDAs, by any means, so tidily "expire." This one may not, or it may already secretly have been cancelled, or: ?
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THO
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The Hooded One
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Posted - 22 Oct 2008 :  02:14:25  Show Profile  Visit The Hooded One's Homepage Send The Hooded One a Private Message
Hello again, all. I bring ye all new Realmslore; this time Ed tackles a June of this year query from Kuje, to whit: “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 wielder 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....”
Ed replies:



Spellfire use is the ability to tap into the raw natural powers of a place (heat currents and flows, winds, water flows, gravity, et cetera), whereas the Weave is ONE way of “seeing” and so controlling (usually through spells) those same natural powers.
Therefore, a spellfire wielder departing Realmspace and entering a “new” world would NOT lose their powers, because their powers don’t need the Weave (and are in fact really an alternative to the Weave). However, their powers could well change from what they could do in the Realms, as they are now calling on the powers of a different environment.
(Note that spellfire can “drink” and use the power of memorized spells and magic item charges that were created using the Weave; these things are like batteries of stored power to a spellfire wielder, once they learn how to use spellfire to tap (drain) them to power spellfire effects (usually: convert a spell with a specific effect into the scouring destructive fire of spellfire, but also possibly converting a spell into healing energy, or energy used to recharge another magic item).



So saith Ed, creator of spellfire. Who apologizes for the delay in getting to this question. He also hinted to me that some of althen artren’s queries may be up next.
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createvmind
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Posted - 22 Oct 2008 :  04:10:58  Show Profile  Visit createvmind's Homepage Send createvmind a Private Message
Hello All,

Hope this question is more likely to be answered, I know I ask many odd ones, "How do the towns along the Trade Way gather enough water to maintian themselves, specifically the towns and Inns between Daggerford and Baldur's Gate that are not near rivers?"


Thanks
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Kentinal
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quote:
Originally posted by createvmind

Hello All,

Hope this question is more likely to be answered, I know I ask many odd ones, "How do the towns along the Trade Way gather enough water to maintian themselves, specifically the towns and Inns between Daggerford and Baldur's Gate that are not near rivers?"


Thanks



I believe I can answer this one.

If not of course I will be corrected.

The maps do not include stearms or other small flows, there also likely are springs or wells developed.

No community grows without water, few are established without a water supply in the first place.

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"Caring for afterwards ...? Ker repeated this without understanding.
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The Hooded One
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Posted - 22 Oct 2008 :  16:29:38  Show Profile  Visit The Hooded One's Homepage Send The Hooded One a Private Message
Bingo! Kentinal is entirely correct. From playing in the "home" Realms campaign with Ed as DM, I can assure createvmind and all scribes that the entire Dalelands area, and the Tesh valley, is "well watered." There are springs everywhere, ample aquifers (a shallow "dug well" [as opposed to drilled, and deeper] sited almost anywhere will readily and repeatedly fill with water, never going dry), streams and ponds and little bogs galore, and thick woodlands wherever human tilling and woodcutting, forest fires, and other factors haven't thinned things out. "Water gathering" isn't a problem.
love to all,
THO
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Sage of Stars
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Posted - 23 Oct 2008 :  03:19:53  Show Profile  Visit Sage of Stars's Homepage Send Sage of Stars a Private Message
Dear Ed and THO,
I have heard rumors that Ed has an entire unpublished Realms novel in his possession, that he wrote either before TSR bought the Realms or just after Spellfire, that stars (or includes) Mirt the Moneylender.
Is this true? If so, will it ever see publication?
Thank you.
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The Hooded One
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Posted - 23 Oct 2008 :  03:22:52  Show Profile  Visit The Hooded One's Homepage Send The Hooded One a Private Message
Ho ho! Off that goes to Ed; I wonder what reply will be forthcoming . . .
(Ahem)
Hello again, all. As promised, I bear words of Realmslore from Ed of the Greenwood, this time pertaining to the first three questions asked by scribe althen artren in a post of many queries made in this thread back on June 22nd of this year. I have reposted them, with Ed’s answers interspersed, and then appended a followup question (June 24th, made in this thread) by Jamallo Kreen.
First up, althen artren:
“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).”



Ed replies:

Elves have an instinctive “tie to the land,” or desire to live in attunement with the natural life cycles of the landscape. The presence of their dead (and to a lesser extent, burial items and commonplace items left behind in their ruins) “roots” them in the landscape, “guaranteeing” them, they believe, an ever-increasing importance within a land, as an ever-more integral part of that land. It’s an “all-People” thing, not just a “my family” or “my sub-race” or “my clan” feeling.
Most elven elders (the young tend not to want to think about such things, just as most young humans prefer to enjoy life rather than thinking all that much about death) believe that the dead of the People (elves) should be left to rest where they are, just as fallen trees should rot down and serve as part of the endless cycle of life. Their presence makes all elves more important and powerful in a region, and worthy of being so, whereas if the dead are torn up and eradicated, “the roots are gone” and elven legitimacy and progress towards greater achievement are lost with them.
Burned elves are honored dead like any other fallen, but if elves aren’t infested with burrowing worms or an devouring growth dangerous to the living or to other elf corpses, they shouldn’t be cremated after death, but buried so as to (eventually) rot.
Please note that when I write “left to rest where they are,” I DON’T mean “buried where they fell,” I mean left where other elves buried them. SOME elves, in particular places and times, site elven burials almost the same way gardeners place specific seeds or plants in a garden, locating the elven corpses so as to “anchor” and “carpet” a particular area of (usually forest) land to maximize elven ties to, and therefore influence, there. Most elves, in elder times, specifically believed that elven deities could manifest and work magic with more power in areas where elven burials were plentiful, and that this effect was magnified if burials were “proper.” They disagreed, from time to time and place to place, over just what “proper” meant, but all of them would have agreed that a deliberately and reverently-buried elf corpse was “better” for such purposes than an elf who simply collapsed and died (or was slain) alone in a particular spot. In other words, deliberate burials aid the gods more than the strewn dead of a battlefield.



althen artren posts:
“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).”



Ed replies:

In the Realms, gods “dream” of various possible futures; they CANNOT infallibly see the future, though many have from time to time claimed otherwise. “Seeing the future” (really visualizing various possible futures, somewhat like E.E. ‘Doc’ Smith’s Arisians had a Visualization of the Cosmic All in the classic Lensman series of sf novels) is tied to being able to sense and “read” the flows of natural energies, something of the thoughts of other intelligent beings, and one’s own judgments and assessments of power struggles and factions and other factors (and how they’ll affect each other in the future). The Weave is one way to access those energy flows, but there are many others.
So NO god can see the future with complete clarity and reliability. There is some evidence that while certain deities (perhaps including Eilistraee) can see their own ultimate fates fairly well, others cannot, by their very nature (Mask or Leira, who cannot help but deceive even themselves, or Silvanus, who can never be certain whether he is seeing this next natural cycle of seasons, or another cycle from the past or future) or due to their sanity or lack of same (Cyric).
I’m going to add my standard caution here: mortals (yes, that includes game designers, gamers, and Realms fiction writers) can never be sure that ANYTHING written about the gods is true, or anything approaching the “whole truth.” We simply have no way of knowing how accurate anything we think we “know” about the god is, because the gods deceive us, their priests and servitor creatures deceive us, and even what we directly and personally witness, we may not properly understand (or even realize we’re not seeing all of it, or understanding it correctly).
I designed the Realms this way, as I’ve explained elsewhere before, because if predestination (as in: reliable prophecies, such as “You are the One! The One foretold, who will rise out of the humble village of X with seven fingers on his left hand, and blah blah blah”) exists, heroism goes out the window. You can’t take credit for your adventuring successes, because the gods (or someone) decided on the script long beforehand, and you just followed it, even if you didn’t realize you were following it, or someone [even a god] denies you were following it. You can’t have the prophecies work AND have true freedom of action, randomness, and therefore personal achievement.
I know many authors (and game designers) gloss over this or refuse to think the logic through (or accept the logic), but I don’t. (And it’s frankly always puzzled me that if I could reason this through and discuss it with my parents and others at age seven, long before there was a D&D game or a published Realms, why some other, much older folks don’t “get it.” I’ve taken it to several weighty professional philosophers over the years and asked for logic chains that escape this conundrum, and the only way any of them can see out of it, apart from Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle, is to deny any casuality [that cause and effect relationships exist] - - which is a stand that a philosopher may be able to take, but the rest of us, who have to live in the real world, can’t cling to unless we leave “common sense” behind.)



althen artren posts:
“In -1720 DR, Netherese 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?”



Ed replies:

No. It’s something else, to whit: NDA!!!
(Sorry.)
Although the Barrowfields CAN be assumed to have their own defenses, and I have revealed elsewhere and elsewhen that a Worm That Walks dwells in one of the barrows, actively observing life unfolding around and reaching out to exploit those who come within reach.



Here, as promised, is Jamallo Kreen’s question (Ed’s reply to althen artren’s first question, above, also serves to answer J K here):
“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?”



And there you have it. Ed’s replies to a root matter of elven (eladrin, I suppose, for 4e gamers) lore. From the creator of Eilistraee, the Realms, and for that matter, the Turtle Soup spell.
love to all,
THO
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Markustay
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Just to reiterate what THO (not that she needs it) and Kentinel have said - the FR maps only contain the MAJOR geographic phenomena (and important locales), and like any world map, leave out 99% of the details. Not only are the Realms covered with thousands of small waterways and tiny woodlands, but there are a large number of small swamps, bogs, villages, lakes, hills, etc, etc... just about everywhere.

And wherever a DM happens to need them to be.

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Edited by - Markustay on 23 Oct 2008 07:36:34
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The Hooded One
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Posted - 23 Oct 2008 :  15:31:42  Show Profile  Visit The Hooded One's Homepage Send The Hooded One a Private Message
A little bird (no, not Ed; he's anything but "little;" this particular bird is American, and dwells very near a seacoast) has told me there will soon be a major announcement regarding the Realms. Scribes, keep eyes peeled . . .
love to all,
THO
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Suitably mysterious my Lady. We wait, as always, in eager anticipation!

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Jamallo Kreen
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Well met!

The latest batch of answers was quite ... interesting. Some time ago a question of mine about the dreams of gods was deflected by Otiluke's Invincible NDA Screen. Will we be hearing more from Ed about the dreams of the gods?





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