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Wooly Rupert
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Posted - 03 Oct 2012 :  00:12:02  Show Profile Send Wooly Rupert a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by AryalůmŽ

Just curious, but did my question get drowned out or is it still awaiting a proper answer?



No question in Ed's thread gets drowned out; his Lovely Hooded Emissary passes on everything to him, sometimes including discussions on other threads.

Ed is one insanely busy guy. He has a creative output to rival that of the hypothetical Shakespearean monkeys, on top of a day job and other commitments. On top of that, he doesn't always have the answer to any given question readily available -- there is much Realmslore to be found piled in boxes and such in his legendary basement. And on top of that, he treads an ever-shifting minefield of NDAs and projects he has to avoid speaking on. Sometimes he can't even mention an NDA without giving something away.

So, long story short -- your question has been forwarded to Ed. He may answer within hours, you may be waiting for a few years -- I've got unanswered questions going back at least 3 or 4 yours, myself.

Even being able to email him directly doesn't guarantee a swift answer to a lore question...

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Eilserus
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Posted - 03 Oct 2012 :  00:55:01  Show Profile Send Eilserus a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by Wooly Rupert

quote:
Originally posted by AryalůmŽ

Just curious, but did my question get drowned out or is it still awaiting a proper answer?



No question in Ed's thread gets drowned out; his Lovely Hooded Emissary passes on everything to him, sometimes including discussions on other threads.

Ed is one insanely busy guy. He has a creative output to rival that of the hypothetical Shakespearean monkeys, on top of a day job and other commitments. On top of that, he doesn't always have the answer to any given question readily available -- there is much Realmslore to be found piled in boxes and such in his legendary basement. And on top of that, he treads an ever-shifting minefield of NDAs and projects he has to avoid speaking on. Sometimes he can't even mention an NDA without giving something away.

So, long story short -- your question has been forwarded to Ed. He may answer within hours, you may be waiting for a few years -- I've got unanswered questions going back at least 3 or 4 yours, myself.

Even being able to email him directly doesn't guarantee a swift answer to a lore question...



I think I read somewhere he only gets around 4 hours of sleep a night or something crazy. :(

If only we had a cloning facility. Someone make a call to the planet Kamino!
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The Sage
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Posted - 03 Oct 2012 :  02:19:11  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
Wooly addressed this already, but I'd just like to add a small tidbit:-
quote:
Originally posted by AryalůmŽ

Just curious, but did my question get drowned out or is it still awaiting a proper answer?

I know it can seem that way, especially if you're not inclined toward keeping up with the latest replies, but I'll simply suggest either that you subscribe to this scroll [so you'll receive alerts about new replies] or make it a habit to check regularly.

From my own experience, I've once or twice missed a reply Ed has made to something I've asked -- either years ago, or through an private email to Ed's desk -- here at Candlekeep, and then missed reading it as a result of my scurrying around other scrolls.

...

Ed's amazing ability to cast Realmslore through the ever vigilant avatar of the Lady Hooded One is a remarkable example of the succinct working relationship between them both. It's a privilege to be able to share in that experience.

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The Sage
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Posted - 03 Oct 2012 :  02:22:02  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 Eilserus

quote:
Originally posted by Wooly Rupert

quote:
Originally posted by AryalůmŽ

Just curious, but did my question get drowned out or is it still awaiting a proper answer?



No question in Ed's thread gets drowned out; his Lovely Hooded Emissary passes on everything to him, sometimes including discussions on other threads.

Ed is one insanely busy guy. He has a creative output to rival that of the hypothetical Shakespearean monkeys, on top of a day job and other commitments. On top of that, he doesn't always have the answer to any given question readily available -- there is much Realmslore to be found piled in boxes and such in his legendary basement. And on top of that, he treads an ever-shifting minefield of NDAs and projects he has to avoid speaking on. Sometimes he can't even mention an NDA without giving something away.

So, long story short -- your question has been forwarded to Ed. He may answer within hours, you may be waiting for a few years -- I've got unanswered questions going back at least 3 or 4 yours, myself.

Even being able to email him directly doesn't guarantee a swift answer to a lore question...



I think I read somewhere he only gets around 4 hours of sleep a night or something crazy. :(

If only we had a cloning facility. Someone make a call to the planet Kamino!

Not a good idea.

Then we'd have to worry about the eventual "Attack of the Manshoonclones."

See what I did there?

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Markustay
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Posted - 03 Oct 2012 :  03:43:33  Show Profile Send Markustay a Private Message
Or worse, if they disagree with each other, we'd be having arguments over "which Ed is more canon?"

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Wooly Rupert
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Posted - 03 Oct 2012 :  04:33:04  Show Profile Send Wooly Rupert a Private Message
Ah, but Vampire Ed could give us Realmslore, forever! And Ed Prime would be free to work on other projects...

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The Sage
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Posted - 03 Oct 2012 :  04:40:23  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 Wooly Rupert

Ah, but Vampire Ed could give us Realmslore, forever! And Ed Prime would be free to work on other projects...

No, no. Ed Prime would just smash the walls separating the various dimensions of the multiverse so that multiple versions of Ed could all come together.

Ideally, Ed Prime pounding on the walls of reality would also lead to numerous retcons throughout the Realms universe.

[DC fans will probably realise where I'm going with this. ]

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The Hooded One
Lady Herald of Realmslore

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Posted - 03 Oct 2012 :  15:22:08  Show Profile  Visit The Hooded One's Homepage Send The Hooded One a Private Message
"I'm Ed, and my wife is, too!"

Heh.
love,
THO

Edited by - The Hooded One on 03 Oct 2012 15:23:02
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The Hooded One
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Posted - 03 Oct 2012 :  15:34:50  Show Profile  Visit The Hooded One's Homepage Send The Hooded One a Private Message
And "Hi!" again, everybody.
Ed is continuing to scamper around like a chased chicken, but wants AryalůmŽ to have something to go on, before a proper reply can be made, so to this: "Has Ed ever done a campaign where it took place during or sometime before the Crown Wars? Specifically, anything to do with Aryvandaar before it fell? If so, is there any information that we can know about it? Things like settlements, notable characters, pretty much anything that is unique to Aryvandaar? I'm really interested in it's regional culture. Was there any particular style of dress that was common?"
Ed makes a swift partial reply:


No campaign, but some short stories.
Yes, Aryvandaar was featured as a setting, and I have some lore on it that I can share (when I find it!).
What I can recall off the top of my head is that there was distinctive jewelry made from still-living plants, that Aryvandaar did have elven metal-working (alloys such as electrum, castings of smoothly flowing shapes), that magical radiances (of controlled intensity and hues) were cast on weapons and the ceilings of rooms, and that there was distinctive clothing: a particular style of cloak, and "varade" (jerkins) of a V-shape, narrow at the waist but flaring to broad at the shoulders, with horns or spires sticking up from the outer points of the shoulders.
Oh, and much use of longswords, slightly curved (think lightly-made sabres) longswords, and daggers that surrounded the knuckles with a guard ("brass-knuckles"-like arc of protective metal) from which three dagger blades thrust out, at angles (45, 90, and 45-degree, or horizontal in both directions plus a third blade at 90-degrees).
More details when I can find them. (Right now, I feel like the White Rabbit in Alice . . .)
Ed


So saith Ed. Your original and only slightly used Realms creator.
love to all,
THO
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Markustay
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Posted - 03 Oct 2012 :  16:47:40  Show Profile Send Markustay a Private Message
THO, does that make you Alice?

Are we about to have our frabjous day?

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Wooly Rupert
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Posted - 03 Oct 2012 :  17:33:49  Show Profile Send Wooly Rupert a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by Markustay

THO, does that make you Alice?

Are we about to have our frabjous day?



I'm sure she could have me chortling in my joy.

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Markustay
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Posted - 03 Oct 2012 :  22:12:44  Show Profile Send Markustay a Private Message
I am so glad I wasn't drinking anything when I read that... +10 to Wooly.

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The Red Walker
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Posted - 03 Oct 2012 :  22:52:33  Show Profile  Send The Red Walker a Yahoo! Message Send The Red Walker a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by Wooly Rupert

quote:
Originally posted by Markustay

THO, does that make you Alice?

Are we about to have our frabjous day?



I'm sure she could have me chortling in my joy.




Callooh! Callay!

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AryalůmŽ
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Thank you so much THO and Ed!!! It really means a lot to me to hear such great information about Aryvandaar. Already, from what I have to go on, I love Aryvandaar even MORE!
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The Hooded One
Lady Herald of Realmslore

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Posted - 04 Oct 2012 :  00:26:54  Show Profile  Visit The Hooded One's Homepage Send The Hooded One a Private Message
Gee, Markustay, I don't know...
I've never had the White Rabbit in me.
Ah-HEM.

love,
THO
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Eilserus
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Posted - 04 Oct 2012 :  01:14:10  Show Profile Send Eilserus a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by The Hooded One

And "Hi!" again, everybody.
Ed is continuing to scamper around like a chased chicken, but wants AryalůmŽ to have something to go on, before a proper reply can be made, so to this: "Has Ed ever done a campaign where it took place during or sometime before the Crown Wars? Specifically, anything to do with Aryvandaar before it fell? If so, is there any information that we can know about it? Things like settlements, notable characters, pretty much anything that is unique to Aryvandaar? I'm really interested in it's regional culture. Was there any particular style of dress that was common?"
Ed makes a swift partial reply:


No campaign, but some short stories.
Yes, Aryvandaar was featured as a setting, and I have some lore on it that I can share (when I find it!).
What I can recall off the top of my head is that there was distinctive jewelry made from still-living plants, that Aryvandaar did have elven metal-working (alloys such as electrum, castings of smoothly flowing shapes), that magical radiances (of controlled intensity and hues) were cast on weapons and the ceilings of rooms, and that there was distinctive clothing: a particular style of cloak, and "varade" (jerkins) of a V-shape, narrow at the waist but flaring to broad at the shoulders, with horns or spires sticking up from the outer points of the shoulders.
Oh, and much use of longswords, slightly curved (think lightly-made sabres) longswords, and daggers that surrounded the knuckles with a guard ("brass-knuckles"-like arc of protective metal) from which three dagger blades thrust out, at angles (45, 90, and 45-degree, or horizontal in both directions plus a third blade at 90-degrees).
More details when I can find them. (Right now, I feel like the White Rabbit in Alice . . .)
Ed


So saith Ed. Your original and only slightly used Realms creator.
love to all,
THO



Nifty. Reminds me of those Klingon knifes (D'k tahg) they use where the two side blades snap out.
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The Sage
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Posted - 04 Oct 2012 :  02:23:34  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

Gee, Markustay, I don't know...
I've never had the White Rabbit in me.
Ah-HEM.

love,
THO

Milady, you *DO* know what happens when you go chasing rabbits... right?

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Xar Zarath
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Posted - 04 Oct 2012 :  06:04:04  Show Profile Send Xar Zarath a Private Message
Dear Ed, in the novel EL in Hell, the archdevil Nergal stated that its hard to keep a archdevil dead and making them stay dead, with him citing the lord of Nessus capable of doing that. I know what happens in the end, but does that Nergal is really dead?

Everything ends where it begins. Period.



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The Hooded One
Lady Herald of Realmslore

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Posted - 04 Oct 2012 :  18:44:36  Show Profile  Visit The Hooded One's Homepage Send The Hooded One a Private Message
Hi again, all.
To Xar Zarath, Ed replies:

It would be a grave mistake to believe that Nergal is finally, irrevocably, forever dead. As an outcast archdevil who's been around for quite some time and has made preparations for "coming back from death," he's hard indeed to forever eliminate.

So saith Ed, Deeper Loremaster of Hell, Chronicler of the Nine, and so on...
love,
THO
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Steven Schend
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quote:
Originally posted by The Hooded One

"I'm Ed, and my wife is, too!"

Heh.
love,
THO



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Infamous
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Posted - 08 Oct 2012 :  08:48:04  Show Profile Send Infamous a Private Message
Dear Lady THO,

My humble gratitude to you for this service you perform. I admire the joy you seem to take in it.

A few interesting questions for you and Ed:


1. How do people's teeth fare in the Realms? I suppose mouths would look better than those of medieval Europe, because of herbs and magic. But how does that work? Do we see mithral smiles around?

2. What should we know about mixed dragon breeds? Are icy dragon mother's wombs lethal for the seed of a fiery or acid dragon? Do chromatic and metallic dragons ever fall in love? If so, how does draconic society react to the offspring?

3. Considering how intelligent dragons are, I find it amusing that they seem to seldom affect the Realms. If the actions of humanoids shape the Realms, even toppling gods, is the same true for other intelligent creatures?

4. Is Larloch a Chosen of Mystryl?
(Cough, cough. NDAs might counter me spell here, but let me add another question: Is Larloch still evil, though his actions are today as aloof and dispassionate as those of one with a neutral disposition?)

5. Can a Goddess easily be killed in the heart of her own realm? I thought gods were more powerful at home than anywhere else. Though I dislike the Spellplague's 100-year jump as much as anyone else, understanding Mystra's murder could help us one day see the whole thing as something cool -- or so I hope.


And a post scriptum note which is not really a question: does Ed imagine that one day we will see stories told from the perspective of non-humanoid beings? Say, a book in which the hero is a beholder, in which we see the creature's biases and his perspective on things?

My wishes of creativity to you all.


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Icelander
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Would it be a frightful imposition to hope for a few more details about the most noted swordsmen (swordwenches/swordbeings) in the Realms?

The list you've given us so far, for the year 1375 DR, includes:

Harmel Artru
Loaros Hammarandar
Ember Tsartaera
Skoalam Marlgrask
Lyaunthra Aldegal
Sraece Telthorn
Ulmaer Rivrymm


I'm interested in anything that you can tell me that would help a GM portray them in a campaign where PCs might decide to seek out people with a reputation as martial arts masters. Several of my PCs might want to take lessons from any of the above they might have heard about and who live near their area of operations (Inner Sea). Our campaign year is 1373 DR, but I expect that all of the warriors above are active and notable martial artists then as well as two years later.

I'd be very interested if Ed could provide the names and some details on any other martial artists, fencers and teachers of martial skills that would be famous around the Inner Sea lands at this time. Living ones, in particular, but also dead ones if they taught a style or school that is still popular. Doesn't matter whether they are swordsmen, masters of polearms, knife-fighters wrestlers or hatchetmen.

I'd also love to hear more about the ones whose names we already know. Information about personality,, looks, history and relationships with groups or individuals around them is great, obviously, but I'm also looking for details about their style of swordsmanship and fighting.

Such as what kind of blades they favour, whether they stress cross-training with all sorts of weapons and swords or have a very specialised and narrowly focused expertise in one weapon design and fighting style and whether they fight with sword and shield, sword and cloak, a second weapon in the off-hand or with a live hand for grappling. Also, stuff about their fighting philosophy and combat tactics, such as the difference between Italian School rapier and Spanish School in Earth history.

I want to be able to portray a difference between students of the style of bladework represented by Harmel Artru and those trained by Sraece Telthorn. Or between those and Skoalam Marlgrask.

Any information you can see your way to releasing, at any time convenient, would be most welcome.

Background:

One PC, Sir Michael Carragher of Ravens Bluff, is gifted athlete, a prodigy as a warrior and has been trained by several fine weapon masters from Cormyr, Impiltur, the Vast and Chondath. He has a keen interest in anything to do with weapons and the art of fighting.

Another PC, Murlak Solstice, is not only a classically trained fencer from Saerloon (now living in Ravens Bluff), he's also a merchant lord with contacts in dozens of ports and an encyclopedic knowledge of current events and 'people of consequence'*


*Movers and shakers, powerful people, rich people, people with a certain reputation or a very particular set of skills, etc.

Za uspiekh nashevo beznadiozhnovo diela!

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Infamous
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There is... something... going on here.

"Since Mystryl was the goddess of magic and time, she was able to keep a strict control on time travelers, limiting them to traveling only to the past. Up until -339 DR (at the time of her sacrifice), she prevents any attempt to travel forward through time and any time traveling that did not meet her agreement, whether it was performed by magic or by planar travel.
There exist some ancient texts of Mystryl that give hints as to the location of several time gates, ancient portals through which individuals can travel back in time." Cormanthyr: Empire of the Elves

"Larloch was interested in creating and controlling a network of portals linking many planes and crystal spheres. Like all of his endeavors, this network would have been used to advance his research, as the portals would be designed to relieve their users of powerful magic items, and record any arcane secrets contained in their minds. Though the portals themselves were simple enough to create (Larloch personally visited more planes than almost anyone on Toril), the special enchantments were still proving problematic, even after various centuries of research. Never one to give up, Larloch planned to continue working on this problem until he perfected the process."

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The Hooded One
Lady Herald of Realmslore

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Yes, Infamous, there is indeed something going on there.
As for your questions, let me begin to provide a few tentative answers (Ed is still deep in the throes of Canadian Thanksgiving, which means visiting family, family, and more family...):

1. People's teeth fare fairly well, thanks to, yes, herbs and magic (and temple dental services; providing this is a sideline business in many temples).

2. Whatever will keep you alive.
There are quite a few mixed-blood dragon offspring, but we haven't yet seen much about them in published Realmslore. Note that "yet."

3. To quote you: "they SEEM to seldom affect the Realms." They work through humans and other creatures more than almost everyone (except elminster and other overly inquisitive individuals) thinks.

4. Yep, this would indeed be the NDA wall you anticipated. Including queries about his alignment.

5. Not easily, no. but Mystra is an exception, for reasons that will be explained in future. Knowing what she's dedicated to doing regarding the Weave, AND the powers of the Weave, give a murderer who doesn't care about consequences at all a swift and easy road right to her heart.

Re. your post scriptum note: Ed has envisaged such books for years now (from a beholder, a dragon, and an illithid are obvious perspectives), but doesn't see such tales happening soon (he's had frank discusssions with several heads of TSR/WotC Book Publishing down the years, and editors at Tor, too, about the sales potentials of such fiction).

So saith me, drawing heavily on what Ed has said and what I've observed from him and from his writings, private and public. More from The Creator himself, when he can grab the time.
love,
THO
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Infamous
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Oh Hooded Lady,

You are just wonderful. Thank you for fanning the fires of our Realmslove.


The Infamous One
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