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Barastir
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Posted - 15 Aug 2012 :  13:20:59  Show Profile  Click to see Barastir's MSN Messenger address Send Barastir a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by The Hooded One
Aumratharís cult in Myth Drannor is small, controversial, and something many donít even want to think about, because they need to think about more immediate threats to the status quo.

Only one question that came to me regarding the cult: how people in Myth Drannor see it, in general? People don't know about it? They see it as harmless, even if it protects the interest of dragons? Aumrathar was a gold, after all, and probably meant no harm to other races... Any one of these can be answered?

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Seeing pictures of Ed's game session at OSRCon, without rulebooks on the table, reminds me that the next D&D and publication of the Realms will offer a great chance to introduce people to this style -- people who weren't there when, instead of writing to Penthouse, he first reminded us that 'Players don't need to know all the rules'. Let's see this discussed in a Realms book, or at least an online piece.
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Jeremy Grenemyer
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Well, no completist of Ed Greenwood writing can call him or herself that until they've found all those Penthouse issues. [;D]

Now a question for ED and THO:

On or about the time Alusair had her first council with nobles after she became Regent, what was the Open Feast like? I'm sure there was jockying for power and intrigue, but I'm curious if any plots were hatched that you can mention? Also, did any guest get murdered in some other part of the palace? Did any long-lasting fueds get started over insults or something overheard as the Feast went late into the night and people got drunk and rowdy?

THO, have you ever roleplayed through an Open Feast in Cormyr? If yes, what was memorable about it? Did any NPCs try to manipulate the Knights or trick them into taking the fall for something?

I ask because I've borrowed the Feast from one of Ed's novels for my own D&D game (I also put the Haunted Wing in) and I'm trying to think up ways to get my players in trouble the night before they're to present themselves to the Regent at court for doing (mostly) good deeds.

Thank you both in advance.

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crazedventurers
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quote:
Originally posted by Veritas

Some Manshoon related questions


WOW they are excellent questions, in my game Manshoon Prime certainly does gain knowledge from the various clones he has running around in charge of the Zhentarim etc.

I am really looking forward to any answers that Ed can supply once GenCon is over

Cheers

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,
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quote:
Originally posted by Faraer

Seeing pictures of Ed's game session at OSRCon, without rulebooks on the table, reminds me that the next D&D and publication of the Realms will offer a great chance to introduce people to this style -- people who weren't there when, instead of writing to Penthouse, he first reminded us that 'Players don't need to know all the rules'. Let's see this discussed in a Realms book, or at least an online piece.

This does remind me that I did have a query for Ed after reading that Grognardia post...

Looking at the photos, it appears that a grand time was enjoyed by all involved. So, what tales of OSRCon could you regale us with, Ed?

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Marco Volo
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quote:
Originally posted by Faraer

Seeing pictures of Ed's game session at OSRCon, without rulebooks on the table, reminds me that the next D&D and publication of the Realms will offer a great chance to introduce people to this style -- people who weren't there when, instead of writing to Penthouse, he first reminded us that 'Players don't need to know all the rules'.

It would be great if a Gen-Con session with Ed as a DM was recorded on video and then put online. It could be great interest for those who cannot go to Gen Con.
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Hoondatha
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Hi Ed! I know you're still at Gencon, but I figured I'd get this in now while it's still fresh in my mind.

There's been a lot of talk stirred up by the keynote and the CK seminar, on a complete range of good, bad, and "eh, show me." One of the things that sounds very interesting is the idea of "edition and time neutral" adventures and sourcebooks. It sounds like this amazing idea, but from where I'm sitting I don't see how it's possible. How can you have a sourcebook that carefully and lovingly details a particular place, but have it be at any point of time? And even if you can do that for that for an isolated place (Vaasa, or Sosal, maybe), how do you do it for two deeply interconnected places? I'm thinking specifically of Thay and Rashemen/Aglarond, where the one has a very specific influence on the others and affects their history and course of development, but the argument could also be made for the Dalelands and the Moonsea and plenty of other places.

Time neutral adventures would be easier to pull off. Setting neutral would be a lot harder, since a lot of people buy adventures specifically so they don't have to go through the process of statting out a dungeons and all the inhabitants.

I was hoping you could speak a bit about how you see something as time or edition neutral actually working in practice. I realize you're probably hosting several scores of NDA's, so if you can't say, or need to get general, that's fine. I'd just like to get some ideas on how this concept might actually be made practical in a setting with as much history (both in game and RW) as the Realms.

Thanks, as always, and I hope your Gencon went as well as you were hoping!

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The Red Walker
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quote:
Originally posted by Hoondatha

Hi Ed! I know you're still at Gencon, but I figured I'd get this in now while it's still fresh in my mind.

There's been a lot of talk stirred up by the keynote and the CK seminar, on a complete range of good, bad, and "eh, show me." One of the things that sounds very interesting is the idea of "edition and time neutral" adventures and sourcebooks. It sounds like this amazing idea, but from where I'm sitting I don't see how it's possible. How can you have a sourcebook that carefully and lovingly details a particular place, but have it be at any point of time? And even if you can do that for that for an isolated place (Vaasa, or Sosal, maybe), how do you do it for two deeply interconnected places? I'm thinking specifically of Thay and Rashemen/Aglarond, where the one has a very specific influence on the others and affects their history and course of development, but the argument could also be made for the Dalelands and the Moonsea and plenty of other places.

Time neutral adventures would be easier to pull off. Setting neutral would be a lot harder, since a lot of people buy adventures specifically so they don't have to go through the process of statting out a dungeons and all the inhabitants.

I was hoping you could speak a bit about how you see something as time or edition neutral actually working in practice. I realize you're probably hosting several scores of NDA's, so if you can't say, or need to get general, that's fine. I'd just like to get some ideas on how this concept might actually be made practical in a setting with as much history (both in game and RW) as the Realms.

Thanks, as always, and I hope your Gencon went as well as you were hoping!



Lovely THO , I'd like to piggy back on this question.

I'd love to see Ed quickly sum up the changes in his scroll as susinctly as he did when he arrived at the Candlekeep Seminar. His first few sentances summed it up neatly and I'm afraid I'm hashing it up in the GenCon scrolls trying to paraphrase from my sleepy memory!

It may serve to avoid much gnashing of teeth and wails of despair.........which now that I think of it......ain't all bad either

A little nonsense now and then, relished by the wisest men - Willy Wonka

"We need men who can dream of things that never were." -

John F. Kennedy, speech in Dublin, Ireland, June 28, 1963

Edited by - The Red Walker on 17 Aug 2012 23:26:47
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xaeyruudh
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I wonder if these rumors of a "director's cut of the Haunted Halls" means that every question Ed has ever had to respond to with "NDA" can now be revisited with a more substantive answer.

Edit: ...except the ones that are being addressed in other authors' work, of course. Cuz Ed will be in the Guinness Book as The Busiest Man In The World.

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NineCoronas
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How do you pronounce "The Lluirwood"?
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Cassie5squared
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quote:
Originally posted by NineCoronas

How do you pronounce "The Lluirwood"?



I've always assumed it was pronounced the way the Welsh pronounce a double l at the beginning of a word - "Lluir" would sound a lot like "clear", except you make the "cl" sound more at the back of the throat, a bit like a cough.

Welsh is weird.

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The Red Walker
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I can't put into words how much Ed participating in the Candlekeep seminar was appreciated by not just me, but everyone I talked to that evening. He is always gracious, appreciative, funny, witty.....and the list goes on. But how does he do it? Everyday.....I'm sure like everyone else he has bad days, but every interaction with a fan is so positive, he makes so many people feel special and appreciated.

Thank you Ed.

And thank you THO for being our direct line to him. You are appreciated every bit as much.

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Markustay
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The energy changes in a room when Ed walks in.

Although James Lowder was no slouch either. The two together were like a comedy team - you guys were awesome.

Thanks for everything - Mark

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Hoondatha
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Hi THO. I hope you were able to steal some time to get to Gencon, unlike so many of us poor scribes here at the Keep who were stuck at home, scrounging for information.

I have two questions for you, rather than Ed this time. First, have the Knights had any encounters with genies, bound or otherwise? If so, can you share?

And second, if the Knights were invited by a high-ranking genie noble (say a marid or djinn sultan, but not the supreme ruler) to be honored guests at a feast in that noble's realm (and water breathing was supplied, if it's the marid), what would they wear, and what would they bring as gifts for their host? What do the Knights wear when they want to "clean up well" and impress someone powerful whose attention they have attracted?

Thanks, as always.

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Wooly Rupert
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I'm concerned that Ed gets lonely if I don't ask a new question every few months... so here's a new one!

Is there a Realms term for "sixth sense"? I don't mean sixth sense as in "I see dead PCs!" or sixth sense as in "I, Madame Whosabob, will part the strands of time to reveal your destiny!" I mean sixth sense like the guy who realizes he's about to be ambushed a few seconds before the baddies jump out, or the guy who arbitrarily ducks and doesn't get hit by the attack from behind -- more like "my spider-sense is tingling!"

Is there a term for that in the Realms?

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ericlboyd
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quote:
Originally posted by Wooly Rupert

I'm concerned that Ed gets lonely if I don't ask a new question every few months... so here's a new one!

Is there a Realms term for "sixth sense"? I don't mean sixth sense as in "I see dead PCs!" or sixth sense as in "I, Madame Whosabob, will part the strands of time to reveal your destiny!" I mean sixth sense like the guy who realizes he's about to be ambushed a few seconds before the baddies jump out, or the guy who arbitrarily ducks and doesn't get hit by the attack from behind -- more like "my spider-sense is tingling!"

Is there a term for that in the Realms?



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Wooly Rupert
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quote:
Originally posted by ericlboyd

quote:
Originally posted by Wooly Rupert

I'm concerned that Ed gets lonely if I don't ask a new question every few months... so here's a new one!

Is there a Realms term for "sixth sense"? I don't mean sixth sense as in "I see dead PCs!" or sixth sense as in "I, Madame Whosabob, will part the strands of time to reveal your destiny!" I mean sixth sense like the guy who realizes he's about to be ambushed a few seconds before the baddies jump out, or the guy who arbitrarily ducks and doesn't get hit by the attack from behind -- more like "my spider-sense is tingling!"

Is there a term for that in the Realms?



Kissed by Tymora?
Beshaba's butt-kicker?
Mr. I-took-Improved-Initiative-five-times-and-house-ruled-it-stacked?





I'd imagine the first two would apply more to anyone one who always seemed to be in the right place at the right time, whether it was for a chance encounter with an attractive member of the opposite sex or having a horseman speed by and drop his purse.

I'd actually expect something more like "he's got Helm's eyes" or "Tempus's foresight" or something more like that.

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The Red Walker
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quote:
Originally posted by Wooly Rupert

quote:
Originally posted by ericlboyd

quote:
Originally posted by Wooly Rupert

I'm concerned that Ed gets lonely if I don't ask a new question every few months... so here's a new one!

Is there a Realms term for "sixth sense"? I don't mean sixth sense as in "I see dead PCs!" or sixth sense as in "I, Madame Whosabob, will part the strands of time to reveal your destiny!" I mean sixth sense like the guy who realizes he's about to be ambushed a few seconds before the baddies jump out, or the guy who arbitrarily ducks and doesn't get hit by the attack from behind -- more like "my spider-sense is tingling!"

Is there a term for that in the Realms?



Kissed by Tymora?
Beshaba's butt-kicker?
Mr. I-took-Improved-Initiative-five-times-and-house-ruled-it-stacked?





I'd imagine the first two would apply more to anyone one who always seemed to be in the right place at the right time, whether it was for a chance encounter with an attractive member of the opposite sex or having a horseman speed by and drop his purse.

I'd actually expect something more like "he's got Helm's eyes" or "Tempus's foresight" or something more like that.



Or Eric's Tingling Leg??

I could swear he said something sent a tingling up it while he was on the panel.

A little nonsense now and then, relished by the wisest men - Willy Wonka

"We need men who can dream of things that never were." -

John F. Kennedy, speech in Dublin, Ireland, June 28, 1963

Edited by - The Red Walker on 21 Aug 2012 19:30:17
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ericlboyd
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quote:
Originally posted by Wooly Rupert


I'd actually expect something more like "he's got Helm's eyes" or "Tempus's foresight" or something more like that.



Treating your question seriously, I think talking about someone having "Helm's eyes" is a great turn of phrase.

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quote:
Originally posted by ericlboyd

quote:
Originally posted by Wooly Rupert


I'd actually expect something more like "he's got Helm's eyes" or "Tempus's foresight" or something more like that.



Treating your question seriously, I think talking about someone having "Helm's eyes" is a great turn of phrase.
I tend to use Helmsight or battlesight for this sort of thing, depending on the skill and the context.
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quote:
Originally posted by Garen Thal

quote:
Originally posted by ericlboyd

quote:
Originally posted by Wooly Rupert


I'd actually expect something more like "he's got Helm's eyes" or "Tempus's foresight" or something more like that.



Treating your question seriously, I think talking about someone having "Helm's eyes" is a great turn of phrase.
I tend to use Helmsight or battlesight for this sort of thing, depending on the skill and the context.

I'd also previously considered Oghmasight in terms of any sixth sense related to planning [through knowledge] or intuition during composing/writing.

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quote:
Originally posted by Markustay

Although James Lowder was no slouch either. The two together were like a comedy team - you guys were awesome.
A comedy routine starring Jim and Ed? I would've loved to have seen that.

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Yup - I picked the right year, methinks. They feed off each other's energy (maybe their outsiders? The feed off of the emotional bliss FR lore provides...)

quote:
Originally posted by Garen Thal

quote:
Originally posted by ericlboyd

quote:
Originally posted by Wooly Rupert


I'd actually expect something more like "he's got Helm's eyes" or "Tempus's foresight" or something more like that.



Treating your question seriously, I think talking about someone having "Helm's eyes" is a great turn of phrase.
I tend to use Helmsight or battlesight for this sort of thing, depending on the skill and the context.
So, if a drow has this, would it be called 'spider sense'?

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Hoondatha
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Hey Ed. A couple of us have been tossing ideas around about novels in another thread, and it occurred to me that if WotC is moving toward a more small-scale, character-driven kind of novel, then it might not matter as much in what era the novel is set in. Authors could write the stories they want, without needing to worry as much about staying in whatever is currently defined as the "present."

So you could have Elaine writing about Liriel and the Elves Three, you writing adventures of a young Mirt and Durnan, Bob finally getting to show Josidiah's quest for the Warblade, all while Erin Evans continues her 4e-era works, and someone else who wanted could write "picking up the pieces after the Spellplague." Or the Return of Bane. Or Romeo and Juliette as reimagined in the Crown Wars. Or whatever. And since novels are only supposed to have local consequences, as opposed to major across-the-Realms changes, all of these series could co-exist in peace.

Do you think this is at all possible, once the Sundering RSE is over? And is there anyone we could lobby to make it more likely?

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quote:
Originally posted by Hoondatha



So you could have Elaine writing about Liriel and the Elves Three, you writing adventures of a young Mirt and Durnan, Bob finally getting to show Josidiah's quest for the Warblade, all while Erin Evans continues her 4e-era works, and someone else who wanted could write "picking up the pieces after the Spellplague." Or the Return of Bane. Or Romeo and Juliette as reimagined in the Crown Wars. Or whatever. And since novels are only supposed to have local consequences, as opposed to major across-the-Realms changes, all of these series could co-exist in peace.

Do you think this is at all possible, once the Sundering RSE is over? And is there anyone we could lobby to make it more likely?



This type of stuff would be really nice to see. I'd even say it'd be nice to do these in short story, novelet, and novella format. Take Science Fiction & Fantasy, a little 160 page book that costs $4.50 and has about half a dozen of these types of stories put out every two months I believe. Wizards could release this in ebook format for a small fee or tie it into DDI or whatever. It'd be a good option for stories that may not support an entire novel's length and maybe even for younger readers due to lower page count and story length. It would also be a good space for Wizards to seek out new talented authors and characters for the Realms. I for one would love to be able to download a little book of Realms centered short stories onto my iPad every couple months.
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