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Zandilar
Learned Scribe

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Posted - 11 May 2005 :  04:33:19  Show Profile  Visit Zandilar's Homepage Send Zandilar a Private Message
Heya,

quote:
Originally posted by The Hooded One


Garen Thal correctly highlights for us all: “Speaking of Alusair, all of this is why there is so much pressure on her to be married. Azoun is still young, and there is no telling what kind of man he will grow up to be. Alusair is approaching the end of child-bearing years, and it is vital that she be able to produce a member of the royal house before that occurs. Azoun needs at least one royal cousin (in the mode of Bhereu and Thomdor), as an aide, advisor, means of grounding himself, and as a backup heir.”



Not only is she approaching the end of her childbearing years, but she's also barren (so it's not like she has child bearing years in her anyway!). So I don't see how her getting married might make a difference to that, unless getting married is the condition which triggers the removal of Vangerdahast's "magically enforced barrenness"... And wouldn't that be a surprise for Alusair? Though it has been implied that she somehow suspects something (I think it was in a recent Ed via THO post to this forum, but danged if I can find it!)... But still, I can't see she would be too pleased.

quote:

All of which leaves us all gazing ahead into what other folk, in our real world, have termed “interesting times” for Cormyr. Which I hope to have a hand in writing about, in the years ahead. I hope you’ll all come along for the ride (even Beowulf, who just might get something of what he desires for the Forest Kingdom). I’d love to say more, about Cormyr and some of its neighbours, too, but . . . one can’t slay an NDA.



Now, where did I put those +5 Holy Flaming Burst NDA Bane arrows?

quote:

Fellow scribes, I'm afraid a real-life assignment is going to force e-silence on me until Friday (think of me as writhing in bondage until then, if that helps), but Ed has promised me more Ed-answers will be waiting in my inbox when I return. So until then: love to all,
THO




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zeathiel
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Posted - 12 May 2005 :  20:23:45  Show Profile  Visit zeathiel's Homepage Send zeathiel a Private Message
Ahh yes, another question for Ed or the Hooded Lady,

I have read the term "battle leathers" in several of Ed's novels and now wonder what in game terms that refers to? Is it leather armor or a type of adventuring outfit that not so much protects as it allows freedom of movement?

Ever curious.

Zeathiel

Edited by - zeathiel on 13 May 2005 04:49:50
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Bendal
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Posted - 12 May 2005 :  23:47:51  Show Profile  Visit Bendal's Homepage Send Bendal a Private Message
I have a geography question for Ed:

My campaign is based in and around Yartar and towards the north and northeast. I've seen your descriptions of the Evermoors and doing some looking around myself, found some spectacular views of the Scottish highlands that are very informative.

On the FR map, however, there are some hills to the SW of the Evermoors that are not described in any of the published books for the area. It's a sizable area, bounded by the Evermoors and the Surbrin River to the east and west, and north of Yartar.

Is there anything of interest in these hills, and what may be their names? I've assumed that they are sparsely forested, with less and less trees as you approach the moors to the north, but is there anything else? Flora, fauna, organized humanoid bands, etc?
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BelRex
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Posted - 13 May 2005 :  06:37:14  Show Profile  Visit BelRex's Homepage  Send BelRex an AOL message Send BelRex a Private Message
Greetings all. I have a question for Ed. Are the Shards of Selune, considered her 'Chosen'. I remember reading somewhere, that they are, but I cannot find it in any of my books. To me, it is implied in the flavor text in Faiths and Patheons. They are clerics chosen at the end of the Conjuring of the Second Moon, who are then taken into the ranks of the Shards. Or are the Shards just a type of elite guard for Selune. If that is so..does Selune have a chosen, and if so..who?

Thanks for your time.
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KnightErrantJR
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Posted - 13 May 2005 :  06:53:44  Show Profile  Visit KnightErrantJR's Homepage Send KnightErrantJR a Private Message
Ed,



I just finished Elminster's Daughter, and I have to say it has been my favorite of your solo novels to date! Just awesome.

I already generated one question from reading it, but here is another comment that caught me attention. There are War Wizards, at one point, that Narnra hear gossiping about Vangerdahast's plan, and they mention that elves were a greater danger to dragons than humans ever were, then they mention a cult of hobgoblins that beleived in eating dragon flesh to become more powerful.

The implication is that this cult was the same or more of a threat than humans were to dragons, but less so than elves. Do we know of any remnants of that hobgoblin culture? Any ruins or artifacts? Where might their main seat of power have been?

I love the idea that the goblinoids were at one time more advanced, dangerous, and organized, and we have already had hints of southern orc cites during the Orcgate Wars, the Grodd goblins, and the Ogre kingdoms of Thar. I would love to hear more about the hobgoblins if you can spare any information at this time.

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George Krashos
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Posted - 14 May 2005 :  04:04:21  Show Profile Send George Krashos a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by KnightErrantJR
I would love to hear more about the hobgoblins if you can spare any information at this time.



Eric Boyd created a hobgoblin kingdom, building off references in Steven Schend's LOI and EotSS work, in Drizzt Do'Urden's guide to the Underdark: the realm of Holorarar (p.113-114).

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The Hooded One
Lady Herald of Realmslore

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Posted - 14 May 2005 :  05:54:47  Show Profile  Visit The Hooded One's Homepage Send The Hooded One a Private Message
Hello again, all. Yes, I’m back, safe and sound. Ed will be appearing at Mayhemcon in Belleville, Ontario, tomorrow evening only, but has found time to send me another Realmslore reply.

Also, I can answer zeathiel’s query myself: “battle leathers” are indeed just leather armour, so-called to distinguish them from a smith’s “leathers” (apron, leggings, protective tunic), the “leathers” worn by those who tame and train hawks, and so on (i.e. various sorts of workaday specialized leather garb).


Whilst penning his “state of things Cormyrean” screed (that I shared with you two days back), Ed hadn’t forgotten Gerath Hoan’s question about Caladnei: “Is she herself a member of the Harpers or does she just cooperate with them as very close allies? We saw War Wizards and Harpers working together in Elminster’s Daughter, of course, so I was curious. If she isn’t herself a Harper, is the level of cooperation between Harpers and Crown just as close throughout Cormyr? Are they often called on by the government for ‘delicate’ missions?”
Ed speaks:



I shouldn’t tell you for sure, one way or another, if Caladnei is a Harper or not, until either a Realms sourcebook or passages of published Realms fiction say, one way or the other - - but I doubt Laspeera (and other senior War Wizards) would have ‘let’ her remain as Mage Royal, once Vangey was offstage, if she showed any signs of being a Harper first and a servant of Cormyr second. So she’s quite likely NOT a Harper.
Nor are the Harpers and the Crown of Cormyr necessarily ‘close.’ Their beliefs and interests lie together right now, but remember that the Harpers oppose strong governments, so things might not remain that way. And the War Wizards are suspicious of anyone meddling in the affairs of Cormyr (except, of course, themselves :}). Moreover, the Crown has a handful of agents of its own (the Highknights) to call on, to do the skulk-and-dagger stuff the Harpers often do. So I’d say they’re NOT often called upon, formally or otherwise, by Crown officials. As for various Obarskyrs, Laspeera, Vangey, Alaphondar, or anyone else personally calling on this Harper or that, for aid or advice, as friends . . . that’s different. (And of course we all know how fragmented and ‘do thine own thing’ the Harpers are, at the best of times.)



So saith Ed. The wonderful thing about the richness and depths of the Realms is: no matter how many answers we scribes weaselXXX ahem, cajole out of Ed, we’ll never get to the end of things. Every reply just triggers more questions, and reveals more layers of lore.
Yum yum yummy . . .
love to all,
THO
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Wooly Rupert
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Posted - 14 May 2005 :  06:00:25  Show Profile Send Wooly Rupert a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by The Hooded One

Also, I can answer zeathiel’s query myself: “battle leathers” are indeed just leather armour, so-called to distinguish them from a smith’s “leathers” (apron, leggings, protective tunic), the “leathers” worn by those who tame and train hawks, and so on (i.e. various sorts of workaday specialized leather garb).


My Lady, I'm surprised you didn't mention another kind of leather attire...

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Melfius
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Posted - 14 May 2005 :  06:10:30  Show Profile  Visit Melfius's Homepage  Send Melfius an AOL message Send Melfius a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by Wooly Rupert

quote:
Originally posted by The Hooded One

Also, I can answer zeathiel’s query myself: “battle leathers” are indeed just leather armour, so-called to distinguish them from a smith’s “leathers” (apron, leggings, protective tunic), the “leathers” worn by those who tame and train hawks, and so on (i.e. various sorts of workaday specialized leather garb).


My Lady, I'm surprised you didn't mention another kind of leather attire...



Then again, that could very well be called "battle leathers" as well!

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KnightErrantJR
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Posted - 14 May 2005 :  18:11:44  Show Profile  Visit KnightErrantJR's Homepage Send KnightErrantJR a Private Message
Thanks George for that info on Hobgoblins . . . I just recently began to reaquire 2e sorces for lore, and I have that one, though I have yet to delve deeply into it.


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Gray Richardson
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Posted - 14 May 2005 :  20:59:30  Show Profile  Visit Gray Richardson's Homepage Send Gray Richardson a Private Message
Yay for Eric & Steven! There should be more humanoid kingdoms mentioned and fleshed-out in FR lore!
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The Sage
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Any you'd like to see receive some particular attention, Gray?

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Gray Richardson
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Posted - 15 May 2005 :  12:14:53  Show Profile  Visit Gray Richardson's Homepage Send Gray Richardson a Private Message
I am partial to Gnolls & Orcs & Kobolds, but you hardly ever see anything about Meazles anywhere. Surely there's an interesting story to tell about Meazles somewhere.
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The Sage
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I'm sure of that .

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Wooly Rupert
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Posted - 15 May 2005 :  14:17:26  Show Profile Send Wooly Rupert a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by Gray Richardson

I am partial to Gnolls & Orcs & Kobolds, but you hardly ever see anything about Meazles anywhere. Surely there's an interesting story to tell about Meazles somewhere.



Can't those be gotten rid of with a simple cure disease?

(Yes, folks, I was deliberately misreading that one)

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Gray Richardson
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Heh heh, surely! But they really hate it when you do that.
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The Hooded One
Lady Herald of Realmslore

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Posted - 16 May 2005 :  05:11:56  Show Profile  Visit The Hooded One's Homepage Send The Hooded One a Private Message
Hello, all. Ed hath more to say to Zandilar:



Zandilar, you posted recently about Alusair’s behaviour, wondering if she’d been abused. The answer is ‘no,’ beyond the trauma of repeated war, what I've already noted about Vangey (and remember, his meddlings were 'normal' treatment for everyone she was growing up 'close to;' we must all be careful of viewing things in the Realms through our own modern eyes and judgements) and her rebelling against a father she never forgave (as a VERY young, bewildered girl) for “abandoning” her often to “go off and fight.” Alusair was the possessive ‘second shadow’ daughter, always messy and rebellious where Tanalasta was cool, apparently contented, and perfectly behaved. (See Jim Lowder’s Realms novel CRUSADE for a look at the still-confused, still-rebellious slightly older Alusair.)
You posted “People just don't behave that way without reason.” Quite true, but the reasons aren’t always apparent to anyone: consider how different siblings raised by the same people in the same house can be.
Yes, Alusair is carrying a lot of internal pain, and fear as an infant of Vangerdahast’s magical mental invasions (and therefore of him) plus anger at her father for supporting and even obeying Vangey, plus vanishing whenever (the toddler) Alusair felt she needed him, is a big part of it.
However, let’s see what future Realms fiction shows us, rather than speculating more at this stage.



So saith Ed. Who promises to send more Realmslore tomorrow.
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Kajehase
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Was it just me who got a sudden "I-want-to-read-a-lot-more-about-young-Alusair" feeling after that post?

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Zandilar
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Posted - 16 May 2005 :  07:44:49  Show Profile  Visit Zandilar's Homepage Send Zandilar a Private Message
Heya,

quote:

Zandilar, you posted recently about Alusair’s behaviour, wondering if she’d been abused. The answer is ‘no,’ beyond the trauma of repeated war, what I've already noted about Vangey (and remember, his meddlings were 'normal' treatment for everyone she was growing up 'close to;' we must all be careful of viewing things in the Realms through our own modern eyes and judgements) and her rebelling against a father she never forgave (as a VERY young, bewildered girl) for “abandoning” her often to “go off and fight.” Alusair was the possessive ‘second shadow’ daughter, always messy and rebellious where Tanalasta was cool, apparently contented, and perfectly behaved. (See Jim Lowder’s Realms novel CRUSADE for a look at the still-confused, still-rebellious slightly older Alusair.)

You posted “People just don't behave that way without reason.” Quite true, but the reasons aren’t always apparent to anyone: consider how different siblings raised by the same people in the same house can be.
Yes, Alusair is carrying a lot of internal pain, and fear as an infant of Vangerdahast’s magical mental invasions (and therefore of him) plus anger at her father for supporting and even obeying Vangey, plus vanishing whenever (the toddler) Alusair felt she needed him, is a big part of it.
However, let’s see what future Realms fiction shows us, rather than speculating more at this stage.



Yes, you're right about viewing things through our own "modern world" eyes... It's something I try not to do, but sometimes I just can't help it.

And I kind of figured it wouldn't be abuse pretty much as soon as I'd gone down that train of thought - which was why I looked at other reasons (like PTSD) as well... Still I don't think I really would want to have Alusair's childhood. Poor girl.

Excellent information. Thank you once again. :) (See, I resisted speculating futher! )

And no, Kajehase, it isn't just you.

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When can we expect to finally get some info on who's filling in now as Elminster's scribe?

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quote:
Originally posted by Melfius

When can we expect to finally get some info on who's filling in now as Elminster's scribe?



Ed did give us some info either in last years thread or this years. It's a female who took the form of Lhaeo to protect the real Lhaeo, etc.

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quote:
Originally posted by Melfius

When can we expect to finally get some info on who's filling in now as Elminster's scribe?



Ed did give us some info either in last years thread or this years. It's a female who took the form of Lhaeo to protect the real Lhaeo, etc.



I think I've got that info saved on my machine at home, but I'll have to check later.

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Originally posted by Wooly Rupert

quote:
Originally posted by kuje31

quote:
Originally posted by Melfius

When can we expect to finally get some info on who's filling in now as Elminster's scribe?



Ed did give us some info either in last years thread or this years. It's a female who took the form of Lhaeo to protect the real Lhaeo, etc.



I think I've got that info saved on my machine at home, but I'll have to check later.



It should also be in my two files. :) Just do a search for it....

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Originally posted by kuje31

quote:
Originally posted by Wooly Rupert

quote:
Originally posted by kuje31

quote:
Originally posted by Melfius

When can we expect to finally get some info on who's filling in now as Elminster's scribe?



Ed did give us some info either in last years thread or this years. It's a female who took the form of Lhaeo to protect the real Lhaeo, etc.



I think I've got that info saved on my machine at home, but I'll have to check later.



It should also be in my two files. :) Just do a search for it....



I was interested in this too... i've searched both your documents and all we've got is Ed saying that it'll be the subject of a forthcoming Realmslore article on the official site.

Where did you get the idea from of a female imposter then, Kuje?

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quote:
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I was interested in this too... i've searched both your documents and all we've got is Ed saying that it'll be the subject of a forthcoming Realmslore article on the official site.

Where did you get the idea from of a female imposter then, Kuje?

GH



It's at the end of my 04 file to a reply to Zandilar, "The current Lhaeo is another obvious variation on the theme, being a young woman magically disguised as a rumored gay man who was actually straight. Hello, Blake Edwards! Yikes!"

Now I'm not positive that is canon. :)

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