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Gerath Hoan
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Posted - 12 Feb 2005 :  12:09:12  Show Profile Send Gerath Hoan a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Hi Steven,

Nice to see you've gotten a thread of your own! I've been collecting all the old 2nd Edition and earlier works in FR and i've really enjoyed your work (LOI, City of Splendors etc).

This may be too general a question, but i was wondering if you could give us your ideas as to how the Moonstars may have developed in the years since Cloak and Dagger was set (1370? 1371?).

The Moonstars always seemed intriguingly underdeveloped, and as the foremost authority on Khelben i was wondering if there was any information on them you'd like to share with us which hasn't already seen print? The bargain between Khelben and Fzoul has always needed some more explanation to my mind, as it gives more depth and important character development to both men.

I understand that perhaps you don't have any influence on WOTC as to how this story arc should be developed any more (and they certainly dropped the ball with most of Cloak and Dagger's cool developments and changes), but i'd like to hear your thoughts on how it should have gone and what we could be seeing now.

Thanks,

GH

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Steven Schend
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Posted - 12 Feb 2005 :  13:03:42  Show Profile  Visit Steven Schend's Homepage  Send Steven Schend a Yahoo! Message Send Steven Schend a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Wooly Rupert

Thank you for that answer, my friend!

Next question, which just came to me... I'm sure it doesn't happen terribly oft, but how does Khelben like to spend his free time? We know he's got artistic aspirations, but what else does he like to do?



Uck. Sulphur smell came along with this scrap of parchment that dropped onto my desk....

"Free time? There is no such thing as `free time,' lad. Every breath without care is bought and paid for dearly in effort, intent, and oftimes blood (and not always one's own).

Be that as it may, my free time is spent meditating with Uvaerenni lore crystals, if only so I may relearn a song or tale from my youth. Betimes I enjoy simply walking the streets of the City in guise, enjoying the moment, weather, and peoples. Most times, I prefer to spend what idle time I may procure with my lady wife, as our time alone without care is precious. One of our favorite hobbies is to travel to a ruin we both have experienced earlier in life and try and restore it in art, I with my paints, she with her sketches. I daresay my best attempts in oils are nothing compared to what her coal illustrations depict, and each of us remembers details from the past the other has forgotten.

Now, your query has consumed my moment of idleness as much as it may. There is a matter I and others must attend to in Iriaebor..."

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Wooly Rupert
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Steven, when you get the chance, pass on my thanks to Khelben for that reply.

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quote:
Originally posted by Steven Schend

Be that as it may, my free time is spent meditating with Uvaerenni lore crystals, if only so I may relearn a song or tale from my youth.
Got any to spare for this humble old sage? .

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Steven Schend
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Posted - 15 Feb 2005 :  13:17:04  Show Profile  Visit Steven Schend's Homepage  Send Steven Schend a Yahoo! Message Send Steven Schend a Private Message  Reply with Quote
To Gerath Hoan, thanks for dropping by. Unfortunately, I'm swamped right now and won't have the time for at least a week to devote to the proper answering of your question.

That said, here's the short answer: I've got plans in my head for the Moonstars; some of what I'd like to do butts heads with various NDAs (and I'm still under some of them even after leaving WotC 5 years ago); and I don't have the time to do this up right now.

More later....promise....

SES

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Gerath Hoan
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Posted - 15 Feb 2005 :  13:36:02  Show Profile Send Gerath Hoan a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Thanks for letting me know... I look forward to whatever information you might be able to share with us in the future then.

GH

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Wooly Rupert
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quote:
Originally posted by Gerath Hoan

Thanks for letting me know... I look forward to whatever information you might be able to share with us in the future then.

GH



As do I. You know I'm a fan of the Tel'Teukiira.

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SiriusBlack
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Posted - 18 Feb 2005 :  06:20:19  Show Profile  Visit SiriusBlack's Homepage Send SiriusBlack a Private Message  Reply with Quote
For all you Schend fans, check out A Talk with Steven Schend which is part of Monte Cook's 30th Anniversary Interview series.
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Wooly Rupert
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quote:
Originally posted by SiriusBlack

For all you Schend fans, check out A Talk with Steven Schend which is part of Monte Cook's 30th Anniversary Interview series.



Thank you for sharing that link. I've not the time to read it now, but I'll do so some time today, while at work.

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Wooly Rupert
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Posted - 18 Feb 2005 :  22:49:33  Show Profile Send Wooly Rupert a Private Message  Reply with Quote
And now that I've had a chance to read the article, I must say it reinforces my thinking on two points: Steven Schend is a nice guy, and it would be a blast to work in a creative endeavor like that.

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George Krashos
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Posted - 19 Feb 2005 :  00:38:40  Show Profile Send George Krashos a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Better than nice and someone I really want to meet in the flesh one day - perhaps when he writes his break through novel and gets to tour Australia.

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Wooly Rupert
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Better than nice and someone I really want to meet in the flesh one day - perhaps when he writes his break through novel and gets to tour Australia.

-- George Krashos




Ditto -- he's one of the four Realms authors/creators I'd like to meet. The others are Jeff Grubb, Ed Greenwood, and Elaine Cunningham.

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Melfius
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Posted - 19 Feb 2005 :  20:51:40  Show Profile  Visit Melfius's Homepage  Send Melfius an AOL message Send Melfius a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Not to be a name-dropper, but during the course of my many forays to GenCon I have been lucky enough to meet all of the afromentioned authors/designers and, yes, they are every bit as nice as they seem!

I am just sad that there will be no more seminars featuring Steven, Ed and Jeff. Those were a laugh-a-second! Especially when the discussion devolved into an 'unapproved' discussion about the items left out of the original Manual of the Planes (i.e. the mating habits of demons/devils).

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Steven Schend
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Posted - 20 Feb 2005 :  16:36:08  Show Profile  Visit Steven Schend's Homepage  Send Steven Schend a Yahoo! Message Send Steven Schend a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Melfius

Not to be a name-dropper, but during the course of my many forays to GenCon I have been lucky enough to meet all of the afromentioned authors/designers and, yes, they are every bit as nice as they seem!

I am just sad that there will be no more seminars featuring Steven, Ed and Jeff. Those were a laugh-a-second! Especially when the discussion devolved into an 'unapproved' discussion about the items left out of the original Manual of the Planes (i.e. the mating habits of demons/devils).



Well, I enjoyed them less when I had to be the TSR "editorial voice" and stop Ed in his tracks from uttering something the bosses would object to.

They'd be much more fun now, since none of us are WOtC staffers (though Jeff is a contractor) and we don't operate under the draconian rules of old. Remember that TSR embraced the old Comics Code in terms of what could or could not be discussed. That's why I had to talk over Ed as ELminster when he'd get into "the more enthusiastic" descriptions of noble revels of Waterdeep or somesuch. Truly too bad, as I'd like to know more about that myself.

From my memory, the most fun we'd have would be a free-wheeling seminar with Ed, me, and Karen Boomgarden. The two of them did their best to get me to blush, which wasn't that hard a task years back, and the topics were often scandalous to say the least. Trust me when I say I've not met many who can wind up Ed the way Karen could....

Well, here's hoping that I can get to GenCon again one of these years and team up with Ed for a made-up-on-the-fly blithering session, er, FR Lore seminar. Then again, those depend on how the space and time is parceled up. Me, I'm just hoping to be employed and earning money again, let alone a wish list like getting to GenCon or World Fantasy.

Strange to think that GenCon used to be so much work yet so much fun. Now, if I were to go to the show, it'd be a vastly different experience. As a TSR staffer, we were expected to be on call at all times for any potential work, so we were scheduled to the gills. Now, were I an attendee, I'm not sure I'd know what to do with myself other than wander the floor and halls reconnecting with the many friends and acquaintances I've made in 15 years of this biz. Heck, GenCon was how I met Eric Boyd a few times before we ever worked together--he's got a recognizable face we kept seeing in every FR seminar, and he'd be the one with annoyingly incisive questions that we'd actually have to think about. Same goes for Tom Costa and a number of others on these boards, methinks.

Darnit--now you guys have got me trying to figure out how to get to GenCon this year despite all the financial and time hurdles in my way! Here's hoping.....

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Melfius
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Posted - 20 Feb 2005 :  17:14:13  Show Profile  Visit Melfius's Homepage  Send Melfius an AOL message Send Melfius a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Well, I have to say that while you may not have enjoyed playing chaperone to Ed o' the Wagging Tongue, for the audience it actually added to the enjoyment watching you get flustered as you tried to kindly shut him up! It almost seemed that it was designed to make us use our imaginations to fill in the blanks of what wasn't being said. My group still talks of these seminars with fond memories, and MANY a laugh.

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Kentinal
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From Ask Greenwood you in part said.

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When Carolyas turned 20, she and Lara jointly inherited a small rowhouse in lower Castle Ward owned but rarely occupied by Trisata. The women share it to this day when they are not kept busy or elsewhere by their individual pursuits. Otherwise, rooms are let out and rented to help with the bulding's upkeep.


My question for you is as to amount of rents and costs of building upkeep. Oh if you could add details about the actual building and land it sits on that would be nice as well.

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Steven Schend
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Posted - 12 Mar 2005 :  21:30:04  Show Profile  Visit Steven Schend's Homepage  Send Steven Schend a Yahoo! Message Send Steven Schend a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Kentinal

From Ask Greenwood you in part said.

quote:
When Carolyas turned 20, she and Lara jointly inherited a small rowhouse in lower Castle Ward owned but rarely occupied by Trisata. The women share it to this day when they are not kept busy or elsewhere by their individual pursuits. Otherwise, rooms are let out and rented to help with the bulding's upkeep.


My question for you is as to amount of rents and costs of building upkeep. Oh if you could add details about the actual building and land it sits on that would be nice as well.



Yeesh. No details on rents or amount on upkeep; as it's in lower Castle Ward, I'll assume it's not nearly as well-put-together as something further up-city. Think of it as about 3000 square feet or slightly larger than the typcial family home; as it's divided into four apartments of sorts (each with their own entrances but the sisters hold master keys to all), each person has roughly 700-750 sq ft of space among the two lower levels, and the rooftop garden is shared by all.

Don't have enough brain at present to give well-thought-out details, but for a general measure, think of it as a large house turned into four separate apartments ala what one might do with a house in a college town--rent priced as per your experience accordingly and condition of upkeep about the same. If either woman made a significant windfall, it'd go into improving the house, patching leaks in the roof, repainting the outside (not done since 1359), etc.

Its exact placement is tucked in by the spur of the mountain west of the castle. If you look at the maps from CITY OF SPLENDORS, their rowhouse stands alone on Dretch Lane and is immediately adjacent to the "R" in Dretch. In other words, it's the 3rd building on Dretch Lane coming away from the mountain.

It's among a lot of warehouses and other semi-rundown buildings, though some effort is being made of late to spruce up the area. Both warehouses on either side of their property have been purchased by new owners who are converting them into a Calishite-inspired festhall and an inn to appeal to those from Inner Sea lands. They've received offers to sell the property at very high coin from both neighbors, but neither woman wishes to sell at the present time.

How's that for more details? Sorry I can't do better on exact rents, but just know that Olya probably rents out two of the four apartments to friends or underlings in Force Grey, and the other two are for her and her sister, even though they have other lodgings elsewhere in the city as well. This is "where they keep their stuff" and mementoes.

Steven

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Kentinal
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Posted - 12 Mar 2005 :  21:44:45  Show Profile Send Kentinal a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Thank you *Smiles*
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Steven Schend
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Posted - 13 Mar 2005 :  14:31:37  Show Profile  Visit Steven Schend's Homepage  Send Steven Schend a Yahoo! Message Send Steven Schend a Private Message  Reply with Quote
To Gerath Hoan and others who wanted more info on the Moonstars, fret not. I'm still hoping to find some time to write up more stuff, pending NDAs and other stuff, on them from C&D to the present.

That said, I am swamped (less than Ed but more than I can juggle at present). I've started a new full time job at an educational publishing house and I still have to deliver a short module to Goodman Games by month's end. After that, I hope to spend a bit of think-time on the Tel'Teukiira, if I don't immediately get swamped with some new world design for a new game campaign (something I've not tried to run since 1990).

So I'm not ignoring the requests--I'm just a slave to this 24 hours a day time continuum we live in, that's all. Not all of us have the cheat codes to get around that and produce more than 3 people like Ed Greenwood can.

So stick around, help yourself to the good beers (I stocked a few cases of Winter Hook ale before I left the Pacific Northwest, ), and relax. Talk amongst yourselves.

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Gerath Hoan
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Posted - 13 Mar 2005 :  15:02:28  Show Profile Send Gerath Hoan a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Thanks Steven!

We all appreciate the time any Realms authors take to talk to us. We understand you've got more pressing things to deal with (such as working for a living, if nothing else!).

I look forward to the time when we can discuss what's been happening with the Moonstars, and their current situation in the Realms. Until then keep well, and thanks for the beer!

GH

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Wooly Rupert
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quote:
Originally posted by Steven Schend

To Gerath Hoan and others who wanted more info on the Moonstars, fret not. I'm still hoping to find some time to write up more stuff, pending NDAs and other stuff, on them from C&D to the present.

That said, I am swamped (less than Ed but more than I can juggle at present). I've started a new full time job at an educational publishing house and I still have to deliver a short module to Goodman Games by month's end. After that, I hope to spend a bit of think-time on the Tel'Teukiira, if I don't immediately get swamped with some new world design for a new game campaign (something I've not tried to run since 1990).

So I'm not ignoring the requests--I'm just a slave to this 24 hours a day time continuum we live in, that's all. Not all of us have the cheat codes to get around that and produce more than 3 people like Ed Greenwood can.

So stick around, help yourself to the good beers (I stocked a few cases of Winter Hook ale before I left the Pacific Northwest, ), and relax. Talk amongst yourselves.



Well, congrats on the new job!

I just started a new job the week after Turkey Day, so I've recently had to go thru the new job routine, myself. Always interesting, but never fun, that routine.

As for me, you know I'm waiting on that lore. Take your time, though. I'm also looking for another way to squeeze more hours into my day!

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quote:
Originally posted by Wooly Rupert

quote:
Originally posted by Steven Schend

To Gerath Hoan and others who wanted more info on the Moonstars, fret not. I'm still hoping to find some time to write up more stuff, pending NDAs and other stuff, on them from C&D to the present.

That said, I am swamped (less than Ed but more than I can juggle at present). I've started a new full time job at an educational publishing house and I still have to deliver a short module to Goodman Games by month's end. After that, I hope to spend a bit of think-time on the Tel'Teukiira, if I don't immediately get swamped with some new world design for a new game campaign (something I've not tried to run since 1990).

So I'm not ignoring the requests--I'm just a slave to this 24 hours a day time continuum we live in, that's all. Not all of us have the cheat codes to get around that and produce more than 3 people like Ed Greenwood can.

So stick around, help yourself to the good beers (I stocked a few cases of Winter Hook ale before I left the Pacific Northwest, ), and relax. Talk amongst yourselves.



Well, congrats on the new job!

I just started a new job the week after Turkey Day, so I've recently had to go thru the new job routine, myself. Always interesting, but never fun, that routine.

As for me, you know I'm waiting on that lore. Take your time, though. I'm also looking for another way to squeeze more hours into my day!

And me as well. In fact, we probably all are.

Let me also pass along a congratulations for your new job, and let me also say that I completely understand how BUSY you're likely to become since I've spent a fair degree of time in a local educational publishing house (spending about two weeks upgrading their computer library network) here in Perth. They're hectic places even during a "quiet" period.

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George Krashos
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Hey Steven

Just a quick query on storm giants. Specifically how they came to live in Seros and how do they habitate in the Inner Sea (do they just hold their breaths for a long, long time ...?).

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quote:
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(do they just hold their breaths for a long, long time ...?).




Is that a movie reference? I recognize it, if it is...

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Hi, Steven

Im a great fan of your work (City os Splendors, Calimport and LOI are my "best of"), and is a great pleasure see and talk to you here.

I have a little question (a curiosity, really...). You said before:

quote:
Who notes that he DOESN'T pull that trick on the following: Piergeiron, Elminster, Maskar Wands, Halaster, Alustriel, or the crowned heads of Cormyr, Impiltur, or Tethyr; all others get what little they can wring out of him while he's within reach (and yes, it does rather chafe Mirt's sensibilities to get such treatment for more than 30 years)


Well, my question is: meeting betwenn Khelben and Halaster?!? Ho ho... When? Where? Why?
Im wondering in what could happen in a meeting of Khelben and the (ex) mad mage of Undermountain... can you give us some idea about this???

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