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Irennan
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I hope that this will be an enjoyable experience for you, Mrs. Cunningham. One of the beautiful aspects of DMing is that we get to craft a story with other people, and that, while we don't have control over it, their decisions can lead it towards (hopefully pleasantly) surprising directions.

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Brimstone
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Players will always surprise you.

"These things also I have observed: that knowledge of our world is
to be nurtured like a precious flower, for it is the most precious
thing we have. Wherefore guard the word written and heed
words unwritten and set them down ere they fade . . . Learn
then, well, the arts of reading, writing, and listening true, and they
will lead you to the greatest art of all: understanding."
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Aulduron
Learned Scribe

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Posted - 19 May 2016 :  21:52:59  Show Profile Send Aulduron a Private Message  Reply with Quote
I really need to find your earlier works in a store somewhere. Some I never got to read, and the rest I've forgotten. I wish they'd just contract you to write more novels.

Without re-reading Blackstaff, weren't the owners of dormant Moonblades get something in exchange for sacrificing those blades in the ritual?

"Those with talent become wizards, Those without talent spend their lives praying for it"

-Procopio Septus
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George Krashos
Master of Realmslore

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Posted - 20 May 2016 :  05:23:24  Show Profile Send George Krashos a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Aulduron

I really need to find your earlier works in a store somewhere. Some I never got to read, and the rest I've forgotten. I wish they'd just contract you to write more novels.

Without re-reading Blackstaff, weren't the owners of dormant Moonblades get something in exchange for sacrificing those blades in the ritual?



Yes, the dormant blades were transformed into Hopeblades and their wielders became the elite guardians of Rhymanthiin.

-- George Krashos

"Because only we, contrary to the barbarians, never count the enemy in battle." -- Aeschylus
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ElaineCunningham
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Posted - 20 May 2016 :  13:26:32  Show Profile  Visit ElaineCunningham's Homepage Send ElaineCunningham a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by George Krashos

quote:
Originally posted by Aulduron

I really need to find your earlier works in a store somewhere. Some I never got to read, and the rest I've forgotten. I wish they'd just contract you to write more novels.

Without re-reading Blackstaff, weren't the owners of dormant Moonblades get something in exchange for sacrificing those blades in the ritual?



Yes, the dormant blades were transformed into Hopeblades and their wielders became the elite guardians of Rhymanthiin.

-- George Krashos



Wait--this ritual included ALL the dormant moonblades? Not just the one?

If so, that's it. I'm done here. There's absolutely nowhere for me to go with the moonblades or the story of those who wielded them.
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Gareth
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Posted - 20 May 2016 :  13:30:18  Show Profile Send Gareth a Private Message  Reply with Quote
I believe it was a limited number (seven or eight seems to lodge itself in the dusty recesses of my mind), and was never said if it was all the dormant moonblades that I can recall. when I read it I certainly didnt get the impression that it was all the remaining dormant blades.
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dazzlerdal
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Posted - 20 May 2016 :  13:30:19  Show Profile Send dazzlerdal a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Its been a while since I read it but I got the impression that it was just a few dormant moonblades from those individuals Khelben was familiar with and felt he could trust (although it didn't sound like he liked them much)

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dazzlerdal
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The joys and perils of writing in a shared world.

I don't think any obstacle is insurmountable and I'm not sure that any rules have been published regarding the hope blades.

It might be interesting to delve into how Khelben was able to "corrupt" the original purpose of the moonblades and what that could mean for those wishing to reactivate their own moonblades (or for those wishing to steal and reactivate a moonblade).

Ashemmi and Sememmon were involved and although they might have been trusted by Khelben he then died so as evil beings they might consider their debt to him ended (or since they were wanderers at the time on the run from the Zhentarim they are prone to becoming victims to crime since they cannot hole themselves up in secure hideaways all the time).


I personally think it presents another opportunity than a roadblock. Sounds like Khelben severed the link between the moonblades and Evermeet (and thus the other moonblades). Then linked them to Rhymanthiin (or whatever it is called). So what happened to the purpose of choosing a new ruler? Was it suppressed? Did Khelben mistakenly think it had ended (no one is infallible nor can even Khelben get everything right). Could the Hopeblades suddenly start compelling their wielders to start interfering in how it is run (something their noble elven wielders will no doubt want to do anyway).

What would then happen if the Hope Blades were reconnected to the Evermeet? Could it restart the selection process for a ruler once more? Could we see a new elven homeland?

Plenty of adventure hooks there for a seemingly benevolent elven noble that secretly harbours a desire to become ruler of all elves.

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ElaineCunningham
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Posted - 20 May 2016 :  16:08:55  Show Profile  Visit ElaineCunningham's Homepage Send ElaineCunningham a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Yes, there are many potential stories and adventure hooks. It's important to be able to pivot and rethink. But at this point, I don't think this is my story to tell.
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Wooly Rupert
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Posted - 20 May 2016 :  16:09:42  Show Profile Send Wooly Rupert a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by dazzlerdal

The joys and perils of writing in a shared world.

I don't think any obstacle is insurmountable and I'm not sure that any rules have been published regarding the hope blades.

It might be interesting to delve into how Khelben was able to "corrupt" the original purpose of the moonblades and what that could mean for those wishing to reactivate their own moonblades (or for those wishing to steal and reactivate a moonblade).

Ashemmi and Sememmon were involved and although they might have been trusted by Khelben he then died so as evil beings they might consider their debt to him ended (or since they were wanderers at the time on the run from the Zhentarim they are prone to becoming victims to crime since they cannot hole themselves up in secure hideaways all the time).


I personally think it presents another opportunity than a roadblock. Sounds like Khelben severed the link between the moonblades and Evermeet (and thus the other moonblades). Then linked them to Rhymanthiin (or whatever it is called). So what happened to the purpose of choosing a new ruler? Was it suppressed? Did Khelben mistakenly think it had ended (no one is infallible nor can even Khelben get everything right). Could the Hopeblades suddenly start compelling their wielders to start interfering in how it is run (something their noble elven wielders will no doubt want to do anyway).

What would then happen if the Hope Blades were reconnected to the Evermeet? Could it restart the selection process for a ruler once more? Could we see a new elven homeland?

Plenty of adventure hooks there for a seemingly benevolent elven noble that secretly harbours a desire to become ruler of all elves.




There is no issue here, and no corruption of the moonblades. The only moonblades affected were ones that were dormant. Their function had been fulfilled -- so they had no purpose that could be corrupted. Further, as dormant blades, any connection they had to Evermeet was already gone.

Keep in mind, Khelben was very, very dedicated to elven causes -- corrupting elven magic is not something he would do.

And Ashemmi and Sememmon were no longer evil. Ashemmi had originally been good, anyway, and she and Sememmon were both more neutral after going it on their own.

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Aulduron
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Posted - 20 May 2016 :  19:42:31  Show Profile Send Aulduron a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by George Krashos

quote:
Originally posted by Aulduron

I really need to find your earlier works in a store somewhere. Some I never got to read, and the rest I've forgotten. I wish they'd just contract you to write more novels.

Without re-reading Blackstaff, weren't the owners of dormant Moonblades get something in exchange for sacrificing those blades in the ritual?



Yes, the dormant blades were transformed into Hopeblades and their wielders became the elite guardians of Rhymanthiin.

-- George Krashos



Ah yes. Thank you. I'd love to see lore about Rhymanthin, even if it's just the blades.

"Those with talent become wizards, Those without talent spend their lives praying for it"

-Procopio Septus
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dazzlerdal
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Posted - 20 May 2016 :  20:53:28  Show Profile Send dazzlerdal a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Personally I prefer the possibilities that are presented by unreliability.

As per Ed's original philosophy I see all information presented to the reader as inherently unreliable and either the opinion of the narrator or of a character in the story or other source.

Khelben while an undisputed master of the Art is unlikely to know all its secrets. He seemed to be able to know much about elven magic but I doubt he knew all it's secrets just as I doubt he knew all the secrets of the universe.

He was able to alter the effects of the kiira to hold the souls of three people (living or dead) together thanks to his understanding of the magic involved but his understanding was flawed because things happened that he did not expect.

One would imagine the same is true of the moonblades. He studied them, he remembered the teachings of his mentors, he poured over documents and diaries. All the information he gathered to understand the moonblades was at best second hand and thus he could not possibly understand it completely.

Given that no one alive in the realms in 1370s DR was around during the creation of the moonblades how can anyone state with certainty what the moonblades do (and I really hope Elaine's work helps dispel some of the absolute certainty surrounding these artifacts). Likely Khelben tweaked a bit of the magic here, altered a bit there and hey presto the blades appeared to do as desired. He was working under pressure though, relying on others to actually do the magical legwork involving the blades (while he actually created a mythal), and so those proud elven elitists could have done anything to those blades while the others were busy trying not to be consumed by the magic involved.

As for Ashemmi and Sememmon. Alignment in D&D is an imperfect representation of people. Undoubtedly Ashemmi and Sememmon are selfish people. Ashemmi is selfish in her love for Sememmon, and Sememmon is selfish in his love for the Art and himself.

They might have become persuaded that ruthlessness does not give them everything they want, but equally they might in a few years realise that they have become weak and soft, a pale reflection of their past glories. Thus they sell secrets, betray friends, and do other selfish deeds (deeds they may regret later, or maybe not).

All I'm saying is that uncertainty, conflicting accounts, and general misinformation provides for many glorious possibilities.

Certainty however does precisely the opposite of these things. It stifles creativity and ensures only one possibility as in "the right course of events" as far as the original author envisaged.

Give me an unreliable narrator anyday.

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Wooly Rupert
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While the unreliable narrator has its uses, you've got to have solid facts, as well, or else nothing is certain and thus nothing can be trusted.

And solid facts and unreliable narrators are not mutually exclusive.

I personally prefer to play in the grey areas of canon...

For example, if I was going to do anything with the dormant moonblade idea, I'd go for one that had been dormant for years, but suddenly and with no apparent cause had reawakened. Or maybe this happened to as many as a handful of moonblades. And it would be even more fun if those reawakened moonblades had different powers, or existing ones had been changed... It could take an elven generation to find out that these reawakened blades had a new purpose, directly chosen by the Seldarine...

Same idea, and there's a lot of potential, there -- but established canon is not being violated.

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Nacopa
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Posted - 21 May 2016 :  02:02:53  Show Profile Send Nacopa a Private Message  Reply with Quote
I imagine the moonblades used for the hope blades were largely unclaimed, meaning their lines had died out. I doubt Khelben would have used moonblades that went dormant with the last of a line, since that would mean they still had a chance to reawaken.

Also, I wonder what an elf stuck between two worlds such as Elaith thinks of Khelben's actions. His perspective is rather singular, and the idea of a meddling mage being able to alter the use of these elven artifacts could raise some strong emotions with Elaith.
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George Krashos
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quote:
Originally posted by ElaineCunningham
Wait--this ritual included ALL the dormant moonblades? Not just the one?

If so, that's it. I'm done here. There's absolutely nowhere for me to go with the moonblades or the story of those who wielded them.



Nine families (of which only one - Ilbaereth - is named), all owing a debt to House Maerdrym, agreed to use their dormant moonblades in the ritual that created Rhymanthiin.

-- George Krashos

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Barastir
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Posted - 23 May 2016 :  11:57:10  Show Profile  Click to see Barastir's MSN Messenger address Send Barastir a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Nacopa

I imagine the moonblades used for the hope blades were largely unclaimed, meaning their lines had died out. I doubt Khelben would have used moonblades that went dormant with the last of a line, since that would mean they still had a chance to reawaken.(...)


Actually, the representatives of the families donated the blades, so their lines weren't dead. On the other hand, the reawakening of a moonblade was an unique event in Elaith's clan. in theory once a moonblade is dormant, its powers are gone forever.

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fought for to be attained and maintained.
Lead by example.
Let your deeds speak your intentions.
Goodness radiated from the heart."

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Wooly Rupert
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quote:
Originally posted by Barastir

quote:
Originally posted by Nacopa

I imagine the moonblades used for the hope blades were largely unclaimed, meaning their lines had died out. I doubt Khelben would have used moonblades that went dormant with the last of a line, since that would mean they still had a chance to reawaken.(...)


Actually, the representatives of the families donated the blades, so their lines weren't dead. On the other hand, the reawakening of a moonblade was an unique event in Elaith's clan. in theory once a moonblade is dormant, its powers are gone forever.



The blades wouldn't be dormant if the lines hadn't died out... But blades could have been passed to cousins of other lines, or moved between families because of marriage, or other circumstances.

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Barastir
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Posted - 23 May 2016 :  17:52:27  Show Profile  Click to see Barastir's MSN Messenger address Send Barastir a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Wooly Rupert
The blades wouldn't be dormant if the lines hadn't died out... But blades could have been passed to cousins of other lines, or moved between families because of marriage, or other circumstances.


Not true. They could have become dormant when the unworthy last representative of its clan tried to draw it, and afterwards this elf would raise a family. The line goes on, but with the blade dormant, is considered unworthy of claiming the throne. The purpose of the moonblades was never to end the clans.

EDIT: Remember, Wooly, that moonblades weren't always inherited in a more direct line. Arilyn's, for example, was from her mother, but Amnestria received it from a great-grandaunt (or something like that).

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fought for to be attained and maintained.
Lead by example.
Let your deeds speak your intentions.
Goodness radiated from the heart."

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(by Ed Greenwood)

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Nacopa
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Posted - 23 May 2016 :  19:57:26  Show Profile Send Nacopa a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Barastir

Actually, the representatives of the families donated the blades, so their lines weren't dead. On the other hand, the reawakening of a moonblade was an unique event in Elaith's clan. in theory once a moonblade is dormant, its powers are gone forever.



That's curious. If Khelben only used dormant moonblades with living family lines, that would suggest the blades still had some magic to them. It also suggests that dormant moonblades with dead family lines are either nigh impossible to find or they simply lack the magical essence required for the Blackstaff's working.
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Barastir
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Posted - 23 May 2016 :  21:19:11  Show Profile  Click to see Barastir's MSN Messenger address Send Barastir a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Nacopa
That's curious. If Khelben only used dormant moonblades with living family lines, that would suggest the blades still had some magic to them.

Theoretically, no. Dormant swords, either with surviving lines or not, should have no more power. Maybe they could be an special material component of the powerfull spell, since the books state that dormant moonblades, although no longer enchanted, were special mastercraft swords, with a never dulling edge, and so on...

quote:
Originally posted by Nacopa
It also suggests that dormant moonblades with dead family lines are either nigh impossible to find or they simply lack the magical essence required for the Blackstaff's working.

Actually all of them would lack this magical essence. Elaith's blade reawakening is an exception, and the souls that power a moonblade are already absent - and gone to Arvandor - in a dormant sword. Once again, the blades could be components for the spell or, given their special craftsmanship, receptacles to an all-new power (being changed into hopeblades).

"Goodness is not a natural state, but must be
fought for to be attained and maintained.
Lead by example.
Let your deeds speak your intentions.
Goodness radiated from the heart."

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Nacopa
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While it lore does indicate the moonblades lose the powers known to be granted through the use of a worthy wielder, I don't know if I've see anything confirming that the moonblades are completely without a magical or divine property. Being of such exquisite craft at the height of elven high magic, and being as secretive as elves can be with their art, there may yet be more to the dormant blades than the surface might suggest. Perhaps the souls powered the blade's abilities and remained within by a warding powerful enough to block passage to Arvandor. But what if that passage was also granted? In the event that a dormant blade discovered a new worthy wielder, that inherent link to the Seldarine could facilitate the return of its magic and, perhaps, a few willing souls that might desire to aid their descendants.

As is the case with much in the Realms, the true nature of the moonblades has not been entirely revealed. And while I respect the lore we have, I know it hasn't acknowledged everything. That's what makes this thread so fascinating.
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Barastir
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Of course I'm considering published lore, and in the book Silver Shadows it is written this bit of lore:

"But yes, each elf who accepts a moonblade understands that his or her passage to Arvandor will be delayed, perhaps for thousands of years, until the moonblade's purpose is fulfilled. When a sword fells dormant, the elves are released."

I know there is lore to be revealed, but this part about the souls being released to go to Arvandor is already canon. But I agree that still there is a lot to be learnt.


EDIT: I'm not saying the souls cannot, in very unusual circumstances, be allowed to go back and help their descendants. But the passage to Arvandor was not blocked, after all, and they would have to - once again - delay the delights of Arvandor to serve the People once more. That's why I think the hopeblades are probably another sort of sword, for if they don't become dormant like the moonblades, keeping the souls that powered the blades would be denying them their eternal rest.

"Goodness is not a natural state, but must be
fought for to be attained and maintained.
Lead by example.
Let your deeds speak your intentions.
Goodness radiated from the heart."

The Paladin's Virtues, excerpt from the "Quentin's Monograph"
(by Ed Greenwood)

Edited by - Barastir on 24 May 2016 11:44:52
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Wooly Rupert
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There's got to be some inherent magic in the moonblade that's not dependent on the souls in it -- I can't see being able to reawaken a blade if it is totally non-magical.

Obviously, its major powers would be gone, but something has to remain.

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Barastir
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quote:
Originally posted by Wooly Rupert
(...) -- I can't see being able to reawaken a blade if it is totally non-magical.

Well, if you think that magical blades were once non-enchanted swords (not ordinary in its materials, but anyway non-magical), I believe a dormant blade can be non-magical, but its craftmanship (maybe allied with divine will, in this specific case) makes it susceptible to reawakening.

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fought for to be attained and maintained.
Lead by example.
Let your deeds speak your intentions.
Goodness radiated from the heart."

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