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Dargoth
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Australia
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Posted - 09 Nov 2005 :  01:21:16  Show Profile  Visit Dargoth's Homepage Send Dargoth a Private Message
There hasnt been a Tornado or Blizard in Canada which could have taken out Eds net access has there?

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Kuje
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Posted - 09 Nov 2005 :  02:02:11  Show Profile Send Kuje a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by Dargoth

There hasnt been a Tornado or Blizard in Canada which could have taken out Eds net access has there?



Not that I heard and I'm only 2 hr's away and we usually get Canada's weather patterns. Damn great lakes!

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Talinthonis
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Posted - 09 Nov 2005 :  03:20:54  Show Profile  Visit Talinthonis's Homepage Send Talinthonis a Private Message
As far as I know (and I'm canadian, not far from where Ed dwells if I believe what I read) there has not been any major weather disaster lately... I guess we can only speculate and blame Shar for keeping this secret hers ;)
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The Sage
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Posted - 09 Nov 2005 :  03:42:18  Show Profile Send The Sage a Private Message
quote:
Originally posted by Talinthonis

I guess we can only speculate and blame Shar for keeping this secret hers ;)
Or rather, perhaps the Lady Hooded One .

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Dargoth
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Posted - 10 Nov 2005 :  04:31:07  Show Profile  Visit Dargoth's Homepage Send Dargoth a Private Message
Due to the "silence of Ed" I propose we form an adventuring party to travel to Eds home plane (more commonly known as Canada) to find out why hes not granting Realmslore!

Black females with white hair and wielding snake whips need not apply

Does anyone know where we can get a Ship of Chaos?

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The Sage
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quote:
Originally posted by Dargoth

Does anyone know where we can get a Ship of Chaos?
The 2e Planes of Chaos boxed set .

Hehe... .

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Taelohn
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Posted - 11 Nov 2005 :  06:34:25  Show Profile  Visit Taelohn's Homepage Send Taelohn a Private Message
quote:
There hasnt been a Tornado or Blizard in Canada which could have taken out Eds net access has there?


I live in Ontario, and we actually had a pretty strong storm (and a small tornado) here the other day... though I think Ed lives quite a ways off, so I couldn't say if anything similiar happened there (hopefully not).


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Arivia
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Canada
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Posted - 11 Nov 2005 :  07:00:29  Show Profile
quote:
Originally posted by Taelohn

quote:
There hasnt been a Tornado or Blizard in Canada which could have taken out Eds net access has there?


I live in Ontario, and we actually had a pretty strong storm (and a small tornado) here the other day... though I think Ed lives quite a ways off, so I couldn't say if anything similiar happened there (hopefully not).


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Yep, Ed's about 1/3 to 1/2 a province away from that storm(it was really fun to walk home through, by the way!)
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ericlboyd
Forgotten Realms Designer

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Posted - 11 Nov 2005 :  13:34:07  Show Profile  Visit ericlboyd's Homepage Send ericlboyd a Private Message
I'm not lovely and I'm not hooded, but I can pass along the following to the restless scribes amidst the stacks ...

===
Hello to all scribes. Ed Greenwood here, with an
apology for my silence and a request for your
understanding.

At the end of October, my wife and I took a rare jaunt
across the province to visit with one of my sisters in
her new abode. We rarely get away from home these
days, and so took the opportunity to cram shopping
stops at specific stores, attending a few plays at
Stratford before the season winds down, and attending
a retirement dinner for a longtime library co-worker
into our trip. Ah, the joys of multitasking.

When we returned home I charged right back into my day
job and the joys of trying to write a 110,000 word
novel in two weeks. (Try it sometime. It's certainly .
. . exciting.) At the same time, the Wizards
floodgates opened up again: flurries of calls and
e-mails from designers, editors, and novelists to
check this, review that, and provide timely
Realmslore. I love doing this (hey, I've done it for
you folks almost daily for two years, right?), but
Wizards MUST come first, or I'm impeding the flow of
published products that keep the Realms rolling along
for everyone to enjoy. At the same time, health
problems arose in my family and in me, a new round of
radio interviews to publicize City of Splendors
started up, the end-of-season yardwork involved in
acres of gardening landed on my lap - - and the lovely
Lady Hooded stopped calling and e-mailing.
She is my gentle, loving cattle prod. She prods and I
groan, turn back to the stack of Realmslore queries,
answer one of them, and turn back to getting on with
the novel.

The first Knights novel is hard going. I CAN'T just
tell their saga, because Wizards (silly people) won't
agree to letting me publish about two hundred
full-length novels, with footnotes and chronologies
and maps. Instead I have to weave a slimmed-down story
that matches all the Realmslore references already
published and doesn't disappoint too many of you by
leaving important events offstage. So I'm drowning in
nostalgia, and running out of time, and writing
writing writing, and loving it.

Wherefore a weekend passed before I even noticed my
lovely tormentor (if she teases you guys, think what
she does to ME) had fallen silent. Another few days
passed (remember, I have to drive 40 miles to a
library and work for half of most days, and then drive
back home, doing chores on the trip and squeezing
writing into early mornings, late evenings, and so on)
before I did anything about it.

THO has two jobs, one of which we can talk about a
little bit (the editing one) and another that we
can't. She went on assignment on the stay-silent job,
and got injured, and is still incommunicado, though
I've been assured she's going to be all right.
In the meantime, I've got five big projects to get
done before the new year rolls around, the first draft
of the first Knights novel being top priority (and due
in less than a week, now!). I just CAN'T stop and have
fun doing Realmslore replies right now, though I
promise to return as soon as I can. The moment the
lovely Lady Hooded is back in business, I'm sure
she'll pester me in her usual irresistable way, and
I'll spit out an answer or two for her to post here. I
intend to celebrate finishing the novel by taking a
day to really plow deep into your questions, but then
again I might get run over by a raging wheelbarrow
tomorrow.

So please bear with us both. Technical troubles are
merely temporary.

Ed

===

--Eric

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The Sage
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Thanks Eric .

Reading over this... I'm reminded of the reasons why I appreciate the great work of the Old Bearded One and why I value his input here at Candlekeep so much. He's all about life, the Realmslore, and everything!

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Chosen of Moradin
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Posted - 11 Nov 2005 :  14:35:36  Show Profile  Visit Chosen of Moradin's Homepage Send Chosen of Moradin a Private Message
Thanks, Eric

It´s good to know that all is ok (or going to be ok) with our dear Lady Hooded and with the Bearded One...

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Alaundo
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Posted - 11 Nov 2005 :  17:32:32  Show Profile  Visit Alaundo's Homepage Send Alaundo a Private Message
Well met

Many thanks for bringing this news over to us, Eric, and for Ed to take the time to provide us with the facinating list of chores and updates . Please pass on our best wishes to Ed and to hope that things are all well again soon (and also that the Hooded Ones injuries are soon mended).

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Wooly Rupert
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quote:
Originally posted by Alaundo

Please pass on our best wishes to Ed and to hope that things are all well again soon (and also that the Hooded Ones injuries are soon mended).



I will second that!

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Kajehase
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quote:
Originally posted by Wooly Rupert

quote:
Originally posted by Alaundo

Please pass on our best wishes to Ed and to hope that things are all well again soon (and also that the Hooded Ones injuries are soon mended).



I will second that!



I was going to come up with something suitably elaborate to say, but instead of writing something where I'm sure even I would lose my bearings I'll settle for saying: I third that!

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Athenon
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USA
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Posted - 12 Nov 2005 :  04:51:15  Show Profile  Visit Athenon's Homepage Send Athenon a Private Message
And may I just say to Ed and the Hooded One that you are in our thoughts and prayers.

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Karth
Seeker

USA
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Posted - 14 Nov 2005 :  16:07:02  Show Profile  Visit Karth's Homepage Send Karth a Private Message
Yep. The Hooded One is a secret Harper Agent. I always suspected.

Seriously: Get well soon, dear lady.
We need Ed's divine messenger on the case... ;)

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Dhomal
Senior Scribe

USA
565 Posts

Posted - 14 Nov 2005 :  18:12:59  Show Profile Send Dhomal a Private Message
Hello-

Well - I too am glad to hear that everything is OK - or at least - headed towards that way. :)

I too know about the long drives to and from work.... 45 minutes or so each way - provided there is good weather - and since I live in a not-so-distant area from Mr Ed of the Green Wood - I can say that the weatehr here is somewhat - shall I say - Unforgiving... (* Kuje can back me up on that one! LOL *)


The Sage's comment -
"..........He's all about life, the Realmslore, and everything!....."

Good call! However - I hope we don't start just getting answers - and not have them tied into specific questions - I fear I would not be able to wait the time to figure out what questions went with what answers! :) :)

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Zanan
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Germany
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Posted - 17 Nov 2005 :  08:57:29  Show Profile  Visit Zanan's Homepage Send Zanan a Private Message
Vendui Hooded One and Ed!

Now, I had the pleasure to read Elminster's Daughter recently and while dusting off my older books, I glanced into the Heroes' Lorebook and read a bit about Myrmeen Lhal, amongst others. The book gives some detailed descriptions about various of our much loved heros, but, after reading the aforementioned novel, I was somewhat surprised to discern that Myrmeen was, back then, in her mid-40s. Given the events described in the novel (dated in the early 1370s, I would assume), she would be (at least) some 5 to 10 years older nowadays. My study of human physiology - far from being that extensive - lead me to believe that it would be rather difficult for her to ... ahem .. well ... you know, the happy time she spent with Vangherdahast near the end of the novel. Could it be then - given the fact that human females tend to keep the secret about their true ages close to their chests - that those two authors of the Heroes' Lorebook erred when writing down her age?

I noted the same thing with that lass called Cattie-brie, who was supposed to be in her late 30s close to the year of 1358 D.R.. That would send the companion of the well-known scimitar-wielder into her early 50s, now that we have 1374 D.R..

Hm ... maybe I read too much.

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Mumadar Ibn Huzal
Master of Realmslore

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Neah, not too much reading. Good observations. We ought to see more (especially those belonging to the shorter lived races) known characters retire or die in the upcoming novels, source books etc. (like we have seen in the case of the late Azoun). It would be stretching suspense of disbelief if everyone suddenly has access to life extending magic and/or other life-prolonging devices...
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Well met

Found this scroll, from an Italian fan, floating around the corridors, so placed it herein:

quote:
Posted by Sir Himo Aryvandaar

Hello, i'm italian, i have no question for Mr.Ed Greenwood, i wrote on this page to give him a special thanks!
"Ed, i give u my thanks to have created the Forgotten Realms.. (sorry for the bad bad english), when i fall down, when i'm alone, when all the things around me turn melancholy..i lose myself inside the Forgotten Realms, between the streets of Calimport or the shining magic of Waterdeep, and write stories and many more, and i feel so good !
So i wanna give u my special special thanks.

I hope that this massege can arrive to you, on the spiral of wind trought Candlekeep!

THX Ed

regards Sir Himo Aryvandaar

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George Krashos
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That'll make the big guy grin from ear to ear.

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Bendal
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I've seen descriptions somewhere of what was described as a boil on the face of the earth, that concentrated corruption and evil energies, and could only be reduced in strength or neutralized for a short time. Has anyone else seen such a feature, and what book was it in?
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The Sage
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Ed, I've got a question about Castlemorn.

As I recall, the last official update for the release of this book was set for September:-

quote:
Originally posted by Faraer

Latest news on Ed Greenwood's campaign setting posted by Steve Creech on the ENWorld boards:
quote:
Bastion is working with Studio 2 on the release of Ed Greenwood's Castlemorn with a likely release date in late September. Castlemorn will be a hardcover with full color artwork.


To give you a little more info, the text has been undergoing a bit of tweaking by Tom Knauss and Tim Hitchcock and is now in the final editing stage. I served as the art director for the first time with this book and I have to say that some of these images will knock your eyeballs out, especially when you see some of the scenic vistas that Gareth Verleyen did and some of the other stuff by a guy named Bruce Colero (remember that name, you will be seeing again in the future). As the book grows closer to being released, there will be previews and sneak peeks. :)

Oh yeah, we are planning to have at least a partial mock-up of the book at Gen Con if everything goes well.


I'm eagerly anticipating the development of this setting, so I'm curious as to its current status?

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The Sage
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quote:
Originally posted by The Sage

quote:
Originally posted by The Sage

quote:
Originally posted by The Hooded One

I'm not sure if a scribe has already noted this here at Candlkeeep, but the third part of Ed's Oroon Rising is now up at WotC's Legendology website.
love,
THO

I was just going to mention that my lady .

Here's the link:- http://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x=legendology/dnd/article6


Now with Part 4:- http://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x=dnd/fict/20051105a


Featuring Part 5:- http://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x=dnd/fict/20051119a

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ShadowOfSouls
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I just finished reading City of Splendors and had a tiny question from it... The cult. I want to know more about it :) Well ok it's more of a demand than a question ;) What are these gods that they worship? Rituals? Organization? Where are you likely to run into them?
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quote:
Originally posted by ShadowOfSouls

I just finished reading City of Splendors and had a tiny question from it... The cult. I want to know more about it :) Well ok it's more of a demand than a question ;) What are these gods that they worship? Rituals? Organization? Where are you likely to run into them?



I'm not Ed, but I am working on an article about monster cults in general, and the Amalgamation cult in particular. When I have more info on the particulars, I'll post a note here, in my Q&A thread, and in the City of Splendors thread in the Novels section.

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quote:
Originally posted by ElaineCunningham

quote:
Originally posted by ShadowOfSouls

I just finished reading City of Splendors and had a tiny question from it... The cult. I want to know more about it :) Well ok it's more of a demand than a question ;) What are these gods that they worship? Rituals? Organization? Where are you likely to run into them?



I'm not Ed, but I am working on an article about monster cults in general, and the Amalgamation cult in particular. When I have more info on the particulars, I'll post a note here, in my Q&A thread, and in the City of Splendors thread in the Novels section.

ec

That's great news EC!

I was thinking about writing up a small organisation block for the Amalgamation cult to include in an upcomingCompendium, but I may just delay that now, at least until you can share more details about your efforts.

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Gray Richardson
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I know it's not Thanksgiving for Ed or Alaundo today, but as it is Thanksgiving day here in the US, I just wanted to give thanks to Ed for creating the Realms and for continuously sharing his wisdom and his passion here with us. Thank you Ed!

And I also wanted to give thanks to the Lovely Lady Hooded One for so diligently bringing us Ed's words and for her own insights, and, well for just being so darn lovely all the way around. Thank you lady Hooded One!

And to Alaundo for making such a wonderful home for us all here at Candlekeep! Thank you all! Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
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quote:
Originally posted by Gray Richardson

I know it's not Thanksgiving for Ed or Alaundo today, but as it is Thanksgiving day here in the US, I just wanted to give thanks to Ed for creating the Realms and for continuously sharing his wisdom and his passion here with us. Thank you Ed!

And I also wanted to give thanks to the Lovely Lady Hooded One for so diligently bringing us Ed's words and for her own insights, and, well for just being so darn lovely all the way around. Thank you lady Hooded One!

And to Alaundo for making such a wonderful home for us all here at Candlekeep! Thank you all! Happy Thanksgiving everyone!



Well met

Thank ye, Gray. Thy words are much appreciated For those celebrating - a happy thanksgiving. Please feel free to post thy wishes over in the "Welcome and Well met" section

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George Krashos
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Oh, rest assured that trencherman that he is, Ed has already celebrated Canadian Thanksgiving and is girding himself for another round of feasting for the American one. Well, in the time he has after writing the second half of Swords of Eveningstar, planning the 2nd book in the trilogy, doing stuff on Castlemorn, writing a DRAGON article or two and reviewing other FR novels currently in the pipeline. The man walks around in his own personal 'time conduit' ...

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