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Hoondatha
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Posted - 16 Jun 2009 :  02:37:51  Show Profile  Visit Hoondatha's Homepage Send Hoondatha a Private Message
I've got another query for Ed. It's about as obscure as most of mine, but that's part of the fun.

Are there alpaca in the Realms, besides Maztica? I'm thinking of making a new Burgher of Harrowdale (replacing Mulmaster's spy who's been unmasked and executed) a very wealthy sheep farmer, and that part of his secret is that he's imported alpaca and sprinkled them liberally through his sheep herds. IRL, alpaca put in with sheep will "adopt" the sheep and protect them from preying dogs, wolves, etc. I've always sort of pitied the poor dog, out carousing at night looking to tear out the throats of some sheep for entertainment, only to be confronted with a stomach-acid spitting, forked-hoof swinging, mean-tempered, protective alpaca instead.

So if I wanted to make this happen, and didn't want them to come from Maztica, is it possible? Are alpaca raised anywhere else by anyone else (human or demihuman)?

As always, thanks, Ed.

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Wooly Rupert
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quote:
Originally posted by Baleful Avatar

If I'm prying too much, please just say so, but I am curious: if I somehow (I wish!) ever got to visit Ed and see his office, are there any "cool" sights?
Suits of armor, trophies, model snakes or stuffed dragons or some such? Or is it all books, books, and more books? (Oops: and, of course, games, games, and more games.)
Thanks in advance. Again, quite all right if Ed doesn't want to say.




In the old "Wizards Three" articles, he was often hiding in armor, watching the whole thing.

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Foxhelm
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Posted - 16 Jun 2009 :  03:58:11  Show Profile  Click to see Foxhelm's MSN Messenger address  Send Foxhelm a Yahoo! Message Send Foxhelm a Private Message
Wish there were more Wizard Three stories. Curious if Eberron would have come up. Also would have laughed my butt off if the great Wizards took a moment to play one of the editions of D&D. Wonder what classes they would be and what races?

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The Sage
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quote:
Originally posted by Hoondatha

Are there alpaca in the Realms, besides Maztica?
Actually, Ed's tackled this one before, back in '07:-

"And to AlorinDawn’s query: “Ed & THO, Greetings. I was just wondering which herd beast is more commonly kept in the Realms for meat. The standard cow or Rothe? In addition where in the Realms are Alpaca and or Lammas commonly kept? Thanks”

Ed now makes reply:

The most popular “meat” animals (as opposed to pigeons, grouse, wild turkeys, chickens, and other meat birds, which are wing-clipped and reared in large penned-in flocks in many places) in Faerûn are, in descending order of popularity:

1. sheep
2. goats
3. rothé in the North, but cows south of the northern border of Amn, and including Cormyr, the Dales, Sembia and the Vast (and south of those places). Alpaca- and llama-like creatures are kept in northern Rashemen and points east of there, plus sprinklings all over cold, mountainous regions throughout the Realms.
4. hogs and boar.

The popularity of sheep and goats is due to their relative hardiness, small and manageable size (it’s easier to lift them out of chasms, carry injured ones, shut them inside a structure with a human family of nights when wolves or other predators are prowling, and so on), and ability to forage on rougher terrain than cows (goats in particular will eat almost anything; like hogs, they can be used as a garbage disposal).

So saith Ed, wise sage of Realms agriculture.

love to all,
THO"

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GoCeraf
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Posted - 16 Jun 2009 :  05:22:16  Show Profile  Visit GoCeraf's Homepage Send GoCeraf a Private Message
::Peers around, blinking at the daylight::

Kay-oh, well, I've been gone for a while.

THO, if you would be so kind, I'm once again in the realm of... um... being around, so if my questions could be taken off hiatus, I'd appreciate it.

All the best.

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The Hooded One
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Posted - 16 Jun 2009 :  15:59:25  Show Profile  Visit The Hooded One's Homepage Send The Hooded One a Private Message
Duly noted, GoCeraf, and welcome back!

Foxhelm, Ed teasingly planned just such a scene, but it got nixed by a nervous DRAGON editor because of possible trouble from higher-ups if the wizards said anything at all that could be construed as negative about the game - - and you KNOW they would have, just because of their characters.

Sage, I'm thinking DARK TIME would have been composed about three years before the date of Chapter 17, but of course Ed will give a proper answer for you.

Hoondatha, mules or donkeys are most often put in with herds of other grazing beasts, to protect them against coyotes, wolves, wild dogs, etc. Alpacas tend to find the Dales humid and overheated, insect-infested agony in summer. My notes (drawn of course from Ed's utterances, during play) tell me that alpacas WERE kept in some of the "enclosures" in the Citadel of the Raven, as meat beasts, though. Torm briefly hid amongst them once to avoid being discovered, and had some uncomplimentary remarks to make, afterwards, about their dung.

More Realmslore later. Don't know when; busy day for Ed today!

love to all,
THO
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Garen Thal
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Posted - 16 Jun 2009 :  16:04:24  Show Profile  Visit Garen Thal's Homepage Send Garen Thal a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by The Hooded One
My notes (drawn of course from Ed's utterances, during play) tell me that alpacas WERE kept in some of the "enclosures" in the Citadel of the Raven, as meat beasts, though. Torm briefly hid amongst them once to avoid being discovered, and had some uncomplimentary remarks to make, afterwards, about their dung.
He's only upset because it resulted in an improvement to his complexion.

Poor bugger.
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The Hooded One
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Posted - 16 Jun 2009 :  16:05:21  Show Profile  Visit The Hooded One's Homepage Send The Hooded One a Private Message
Oh, I almost forgot.
Yes, we Knights have met Maethlin, both as a youth and later on. No, we didn't kill him.
We don't kill EVERYONE we meet in the Realms, you know . . . just most of them.
love,
THO

Edit: Garen, you slay me! LOL! You know Torm all too well!

Edited by - The Hooded One on 16 Jun 2009 16:08:06
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Markustay
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Posted - 16 Jun 2009 :  16:37:29  Show Profile Send Markustay a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by The Hooded One

Hoondatha, mules or donkeys are most often put in with herds of other grazing beasts, to protect them against coyotes, wolves, wild dogs, etc. Alpacas tend to find the Dales humid and overheated, insect-infested agony in summer. My notes (drawn of course from Ed's utterances, during play) tell me that alpacas WERE kept in some of the "enclosures" in the Citadel of the Raven, as meat beasts, though. Torm briefly hid amongst them once to avoid being discovered, and had some uncomplimentary remarks to make, afterwards, about their dung.
Any Pushmepullyou's?

Which makes me wonder about 'two-headed' varieties of natural beasts in the Realms, and their commoness (or lack there-of). I would think that both the ToT's Wild Magic Zones and the new 'Plaguedlands' would produce such oddities.

And this train of thought now has me thinking about a 'Dr. Doolittle' type character in the Realms - I suppose a Druid mght qualify... perhaps an urban druid who specializes in domestioc animals? Any such notables that Ed cares to share? I would think that in a world so full of magic, a person who could "talk to the animals" would almost be a little passé.

quote:
Originally posted by The Hooded One

It's because he's, as I've said before, about as busy as the leader of any large country you care to name, or the CEO of a LARGE corporation, but has no staff at all.
So he plays golf all the time while running everything into the ground around him?

Is Ed seeking a Bailout, by any chance?


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Edited by - Markustay on 17 Jun 2009 07:46:07
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The Sage
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Posted - 16 Jun 2009 :  17:43:24  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, I'm thinking DARK TIME would have been composed about three years before the date of Chapter 17, but of course Ed will give a proper answer for you.
Ah, good. I'll wait for Ed's reply then, before I assign the date to the entry in my reference file.

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Foxhelm
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Posted - 16 Jun 2009 :  18:05:25  Show Profile  Click to see Foxhelm's MSN Messenger address  Send Foxhelm a Yahoo! Message Send Foxhelm a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by The Hooded One

Duly noted, GoCeraf, and welcome back!

Foxhelm, Ed teasingly planned just such a scene, but it got nixed by a nervous DRAGON editor because of possible trouble from higher-ups if the wizards said anything at all that could be construed as negative about the game - - and you KNOW they would have, just because of their characters.




Of course another interesting scene would have been if they saw the last issue of Dragon pgs 84-87 by Cam Banks, a little Article with commentary by a Ms. Weis and Mr. Greenwood which involves a Mr. Mordenkainen arranging a fight between a Mr. Elminster and a Mr. Raistlin.

Certainly would be an interesting conversation between the Wizards Three/Four about "Elminster Vs. Raistlin".

Care to comment?

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Asgetrion
Master of Realmslore

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Posted - 16 Jun 2009 :  21:05:35  Show Profile  Visit Asgetrion's Homepage Send Asgetrion a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by The Hooded One

Oh, I almost forgot.
Yes, we Knights have met Maethlin, both as a youth and later on. No, we didn't kill him.
We don't kill EVERYONE we meet in the Realms, you know . . . just most of them.
love,
THO



Ah, I certainly don't think so... But if I remember correctly, the Eveningstar module hints at Maethlin (statted as a NE 5th level thief) seeking vengeance for his father's death (I may be incorrect about this, and it may just be my own motive for involving him in the campaign years and years ago), so I thought Maethlin might have tried to avenge his father on the Knights.

Milady, can you share any stories or details about Maglor (and his son) beyond those revealed in 'Swords of Eveningstar'?

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The Hooded One
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Posted - 17 Jun 2009 :  18:21:43  Show Profile  Visit The Hooded One's Homepage Send The Hooded One a Private Message
Hi again, all.
Markustay, Ed replies:


Heh. I cannot play golf. "A good walk spoiled," as they say. When I look at a beautiful golf course, I think the same thing THO does: "There are much, much better things I could be doing in or on this lovely landscape rather than bashing a tiny ball around it with an overly-expensive array of clubs. Hmm, perhaps not with a large gallery watching. Mass audience participation can be crushing."

As for a bailout: if it's a gift, sure, I need about 4 million. If it's a loan, no, I'll struggle along. Or you could give me 100 billion and I'd set up proper, civilized health care for all Americans. (If Barack wants me, he knows where to find me.)


So saith Ed. Hmmm. With 100 billion, I could do a LOT of things. And I guarantee I could do all of them better than either Wall Street or a large automaker, but perhaps that's enough of real-world politics. Sometimes, things ARE simpler in the Realms.
love to all,
THO

Edit: Fixed some of Ed's typos. He was at the library, using one of their decaying keyboards balanced atop stacks of books. And was utterly sober, he added firmly. In such a mournful tone that I'm compelled to believe him.
love,
THO

Edited by - The Hooded One on 18 Jun 2009 03:23:34
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Hoondatha
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Posted - 17 Jun 2009 :  18:47:50  Show Profile  Visit Hoondatha's Homepage Send Hoondatha a Private Message
Thanks Sage and THO, for the alpaca info. I'm in the DC area and a friend has alpaca, so I didn't think the Dales would be too hot for them. On the other hand, my friend shears his alpaca each spring, so maybe that has something to do with it.

On a related note, I only have the compiled Ed responses up to 2006. Have 2007 and/or 2008 been transferred to pdf?

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Markustay
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Funny we went to Golf Courses (which I'm sure you realize was a joke - I wouldn't want to be compared to a corporate Chairman...).

Over at the WotC forums we were just discussing how cemetaries are a major waste of Real Estate (you have to be from crowded NY to appreciate this), and I decided that they should be combined with Golf Courses - the other major waste of Real Estate.

Not very respectful, perhaps... but it would at least make the game a lot more interesting.

And so that I'm not wasting anyone's time here with my semi-incoherent ramblings, I just wanted to give Ed a 'wee reminder' - I had asked about a name for that very small range of mountains just NW of the Citadel of the Raven (not the long chain north of that - I already found an official name for that one). While I am at it, I need a name for the small chain of mountains east of The Misty Vale of the Grugach. The 3e maps have it as The Wormbones, but that is incorrect (the Wormbones are further north, and were left-off the 3e maps). I had it as The Cauldron on an earlier edition map of mine, but that was a bit of fudging on my part (the Cauldron are actually the hills at the end of the Wormbone chain, as you well know).

Another bit of strangeness - we now have two ranges named Sunrise Mountains. I couldn't find an older name for the chain that acts as Thay's eastern border, and the 3e map uses the name of that FAR northen chain (above Ghaethluntar). However, I found an alternate for the northern chain in The Great Glacier, so no big deal. I suppose my question then - just out of curiousity - would be if you originally had some other name for that Thayan range.

Thank you in advance for any geographic help you can provide.

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Edited by - Markustay on 17 Jun 2009 19:00:47
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The Hooded One
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Posted - 17 Jun 2009 :  20:36:39  Show Profile  Visit The Hooded One's Homepage Send The Hooded One a Private Message
Hi again, all.
Markustay, the alternate (local) name for the Sunrise Mountains (which is the Aglarondan and hence Inner Sea name for them) is the Thaedanth Range, or Thaedanths. Yes, the "Thae" is pronounced like "Thay." Sounded confusing to someone at TSR, so it was dropped.

Re. cemeteries: not a waste of green space when you're looking to stop urban developers from paving every inch of green space, though. Provides air scrubbing from the trees and slows runoff and cools the microclimate and so on. Yet making them multi-use (parkland with burials), YES.

love,
THO
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The Hooded One
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Posted - 17 Jun 2009 :  20:37:41  Show Profile  Visit The Hooded One's Homepage Send The Hooded One a Private Message
Oh, forgot to add: yes, Ed will get back to you on your earlier mountain range name query. He has a library board meeting to chair tonight but I'll prod him.
love,
THO
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Teneck
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Posted - 17 Jun 2009 :  20:55:50  Show Profile  Visit Teneck's Homepage Send Teneck a Private Message
I asked this on another thread but I think it isn't visited much.

Is there any official Name/use/cannon for the blank continents on the map in the FR campaign book? The pull out map is fantastic but there is just the one WORLD map in the book, it shows 2 or 3 empty unnamed continents.

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Markustay
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This may help - There are some unoffical names floating around for some of the other stuff, but I tried to keep this one as official as possible.

Note: 'Tabaxiland?' is stated thusly because a "large island" is noted as the homeland of the Tabaxi in RoF, which could be an error, and that certainly wouldn't be it's name regardless. There is one other non-canon name there, but I feel ever setting needs one of those.

quote:
Originally posted by The Hooded One

Hi again, all.
Markustay, the alternate (local) name for the Sunrise Mountains (which is the Aglarondan and hence Inner Sea name for them) is the Thaedanth Range, or Thaedanths. Yes, the "Thae" is pronounced like "Thay."
Thanks for that...

... and while I have his ear, there is another I just re-placed in the last hour - a small range in Thazalhar, just north of Sultim and west of Ganathwood. It is probably just a southern spur of the Sunrise (Thaedanth) Range, but it is far enough away from them to warrant it's own identifier.

Hmmmmm... you know... I should just call THAT Thaedanth!

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Teneck
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Posted - 17 Jun 2009 :  23:34:33  Show Profile  Visit Teneck's Homepage Send Teneck a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by Markustay

This may help - There are some unoffical names floating around for some of the other stuff, but I tried to keep this one as official as possible.

Note: 'Tabaxiland?' is stated thusly because a "large island" is noted as the homeland of the Tabaxi in RoF, which could be an error, and that certainly wouldn't be it's name regardless. There is one other non-canon name there, but I feel ever setting needs one of those.



Let me guess...The Land of the Flying Monkeys...that's the non-cannon...right??? *crosses fingers*

If not...I will HAVE to send my victims(a.k.a. players) down for a wee visit in the land of the airborne poo flingers...should be a hoot.

Thank you

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Markustay
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There's just something so... kewl... about flying Monkeys. Ever since I saw Wizard of Oz as a child, those images have been burned into my fantasy cortex.

I was trying to leave-off all the homebrew names from the first one of those I did awhile back, but people seemed to love that one, and I felt it was harmless.

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


Edited by - Markustay on 17 Jun 2009 23:39:39
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Teneck
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Posted - 17 Jun 2009 :  23:53:47  Show Profile  Visit Teneck's Homepage Send Teneck a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by Markustay

There's just something so... kewl... about flying Monkeys. Ever since I saw Wizard of Oz as a child, those images have been burned into my fantasy cortex.

I was trying to leave-off all the homebrew names from the first one of those I did awhile back, but people seemed to love that one, and I felt it was harmless.



HARMLESS !!! HARMLESS!!!! Its flippin GENIUS is what it is. I have bright little DM lights going off in my head now...I may wreck on the way home.

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The Sage
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quote:
Originally posted by Hoondatha

On a related note, I only have the compiled Ed responses up to 2006. Have 2007 and/or 2008 been transferred to pdf?
The '07 replies are all compiled, and are available via the "So Saith Ed" link in my signature. Alaundo's only had the chance to update the '08 replies to April [as I recall]. I've completed the year's compilation, but I'm waiting for Alaundo's return to Candlekeep so he can upload the rest of the '08 files.

My '09 files are also up-to-date [as of this week].

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The Hooded One
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Hi again, all.
Teneck, I sent along Markustay's "world" map to Ed. He chuckled at the Land of Flying Monkeys, tells me the "Eastern Sea" is all wrong (about a quarter the width it should be), that Anchorome (there should be a circonflex accent mark over the second "o", and an accent grave over the "e" but I can't type them on this machine) is an island chain and NOT a continent (that's a Faerunian mainlander's mistake), that the northwesternmost "Unknown Lands" should be "Aurune," and that the "Utter South" should be "Umbrar" (its proper name).

Markustay, Ed tells me that little outlier of the Thaedanth Range are collectively known as "the Shraaeve" (which means "Skyfangs" in a local dialect).

Sage, Ed tells me three months is too little; almost seven months before Chapter 17 is the right reply to give you.

love to all,
THO
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As an addendum, I responded with both my simpler hand-edit and a copy of Markustay's map (both are based off the mostly-blank one included the 3e FRCS) on Teneck's original post, but I too would love any other outlying geography comments that Ed can (sneak past the NDA's and) give us.

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