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Penknight
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Posted - 17 Jul 2007 :  21:35:07  Show Profile Send Penknight a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Steven Schend

Again, sorry for the delay in responding. I've been on two deadlines most of the spring and summer, keeping me away from Candlekeep.

As for property prices in Silverymoon, they're probably 10%-20% lower than Waterdeep property prices BEFORE the Luruar Alliance; after that time, due to Silverymoon's rising importance, the prices rise to only 5-10% lower than Waterdeep's standards. What's still cheaper is the general cost of living, aside from goods that have to be imported (like some foodstuffs).

Steven

No problem with the delay, sir. I appreciate the information and will let my group know when next we play this Friday.

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Jamallo Kreen
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Posted - 17 Jul 2007 :  23:03:22  Show Profile  Visit Jamallo Kreen's Homepage Send Jamallo Kreen a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Steven Schend

quote:
Originally posted by The Sage

Welcome back Steven!

It's a pleasure to 'read' your voice again.




Thanks. Good to be back here as well.

Now, 2 questions from me to all those out there:

1) Anyone have changed ideas or thoughts about BLACKSTAFF a year after its release? Just curious as to how people reacted to it a year after the fact....

(snip)




I read it a few months ago and was blown away by it. Some things (little secrets about Blackstaff Tower, for instance, or Oghma's temple) were very interesting, but learning the true origin of the S____ left me gawping! I immediately forbade my players from reading any of it, telling them that it had taken me twenty years of Realms-playing to discover the secrets which were in the book, and I wanted the pleasure of doling the information out to them a little at a time.

They haven't even seen a P_____ yet, so I'm not about to let them learn the secret origins of the S______!



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Lord Karsus
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quote:
Originally posted by Jamallo Kreen
I read it a few months ago and was blown away by it. Some things (little secrets about Blackstaff Tower, for instance, or Oghma's temple) were very interesting, but learning the true origin of the S____ left me gawping! I immediately forbade my players from reading any of it, telling them that it had taken me twenty years of Realms-playing to discover the secrets which were in the book, and I wanted the pleasure of doling the information out to them a little at a time.

They haven't even seen a P_____ yet, so I'm not about to let them learn the secret origins of the S______!


-That's not very nice. Let 'em read it. Just make sure that they keep character knowledge and metagame knowledge (or whatever it's called) seperate.

(A Tri-Partite Arcanist Who Has Forgotten More Than Most Will Ever Know)

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Rinonalyrna Fathomlin
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Posted - 20 Jul 2007 :  01:54:52  Show Profile  Visit Rinonalyrna Fathomlin's Homepage Send Rinonalyrna Fathomlin a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Dagnirion

quote:
Originally posted by Jamallo Kreen
I read it a few months ago and was blown away by it. Some things (little secrets about Blackstaff Tower, for instance, or Oghma's temple) were very interesting, but learning the true origin of the S____ left me gawping! I immediately forbade my players from reading any of it, telling them that it had taken me twenty years of Realms-playing to discover the secrets which were in the book, and I wanted the pleasure of doling the information out to them a little at a time.

They haven't even seen a P_____ yet, so I'm not about to let them learn the secret origins of the S______!


-That's not very nice. Let 'em read it. Just make sure that they keep character knowledge and metagame knowledge (or whatever it's called) seperate.



I kind of agree--Blackstaff was a great book, and personally I wouldn't want to be prevented from reading it.

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Steven Schend
Forgotten Realms Designer & Author

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Posted - 20 Jul 2007 :  13:23:58  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 George Krashos

I'll be going to GEN-CON this year. And having a lovely dinner with your wife and other company on the Friday night if I'm not mistaken. Such a shame you can't make it, Steven!

-- George Krashos




Not so fast there, Krashos.... I WILL be at that dinner on Friday night after all! Now get your hands off me lovely wife!

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Dhomal
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Hello-

Somehow - this dinner is probably one of the bigger 'events' that will take place at the con! I can only imagine the discussion that will occur! Its too bad that there are not Tickets for this! LOL

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Steven Schend
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Posted - 14 Aug 2007 :  19:49:18  Show Profile  Visit Steven Schend's Homepage  Send Steven Schend a Yahoo! Message Send Steven Schend a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Quick note before I hustle off to finish packing and scrambling to get at least a placeholder page down on a new website or two for myself.

I've written (and am currently in 2nd draft rewrite) on BLACKSTAFF TOWER, a novel for the Realms for Autumn 2008.

That's all I can talk about right now. Honestly. I'll share more when I can.

Steven

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Jamallo Kreen
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Posted - 14 Aug 2007 :  21:33:10  Show Profile  Visit Jamallo Kreen's Homepage Send Jamallo Kreen a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Rinonalyrna Fathomlin

quote:
Originally posted by Dagnirion

quote:
Originally posted by Jamallo Kreen

(snip)

They haven't even seen a P_____ yet, so I'm not about to let them learn the secret origins of the S______!


-That's not very nice. Let 'em read it. Just make sure that they keep character knowledge and metagame knowledge (or whatever it's called) seperate.



I kind of agree--Blackstaff was a great book, and personally I wouldn't want to be prevented from reading it.



Well, most of them aren't big on D&D novels in the first place, but I think that Blackstaff will have a bigger impact if they actually roleplay discovering what the P_____ and the S___ are. We just finished the death of Yamun Khahan and it differed wildly from Crusade: Azoun died in the Battles of the Golden Way and the PCs and crusading army were besieged in Telflamm, where, according to an augury, "help will come from the West," which it did, in the form of Lantanese gnomes who unleashed Gondian magic on Yamun and his Horde: "Gondian Death Bells" (or cannon, as we call them). Had they read Crusade first, it would have been very difficult for me as a DM to introduce them to firearms, but now they know of them. Azoun being dead in our campaign timeline, they may now freely read all of the Cormyr novels (mentally blocking the historical parts of Cormyr: A Novel, I hope!). As the campaign unfolds they will wind up in Anauroch, and there they will learn of the P______ and the S___, whose true nature is unknown even to those characters most conversant with Netheril. Call it vanity, but I like to think that in my campaign, role-playing the events leading up to a novel's timeline adds extra spice to the reading.

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KnightErrantJR
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Posted - 14 Aug 2007 :  21:37:56  Show Profile  Visit KnightErrantJR's Homepage Send KnightErrantJR a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Steven Schend

Quick note before I hustle off to finish packing and scrambling to get at least a placeholder page down on a new website or two for myself.

I've written (and am currently in 2nd draft rewrite) on BLACKSTAFF TOWER, a novel for the Realms for Autumn 2008.

That's all I can talk about right now. Honestly. I'll share more when I can.

Steven




Well, at least you didn't have to maintain the poker face quite as long as you did when you knew Blackstaff was still in the offing. I'm really excited to hear this news.

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Jamallo Kreen
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Posted - 14 Aug 2007 :  21:49:52  Show Profile  Visit Jamallo Kreen's Homepage Send Jamallo Kreen a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Steven Schend

Quick note before I hustle off to finish packing and scrambling to get at least a placeholder page down on a new website or two for myself.

I've written (and am currently in 2nd draft rewrite) on BLACKSTAFF TOWER, a novel for the Realms for Autumn 2008.

That's all I can talk about right now. Honestly. I'll share more when I can.

Steven



Please don't forget us, Steven! Do please keep us abreast of progress.

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The Sage
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quote:
Originally posted by Steven Schend

Quick note before I hustle off to finish packing and scrambling to get at least a placeholder page down on a new website or two for myself.

I've written (and am currently in 2nd draft rewrite) on BLACKSTAFF TOWER, a novel for the Realms for Autumn 2008.

That's all I can talk about right now. Honestly. I'll share more when I can.

Steven

That's fantastic news Steven! I'm absolutely ecstatic about the prospect of more Realmslore from your quill.

*The Sage eagerly anticipates the future tidbits Steven will eventually be able to share with us...*


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Rinonalyrna Fathomlin
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Posted - 15 Aug 2007 :  02:27:22  Show Profile  Visit Rinonalyrna Fathomlin's Homepage Send Rinonalyrna Fathomlin a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Jamallo Kreen
Call it vanity, but I like to think that in my campaign, role-playing the events leading up to a novel's timeline adds extra spice to the reading.




It's your campaign, run it as you wish. *I* wouldn't want to be blocked from reading a novel, but that's me (and I'm big on reading the novels).

And as I mentioned elsewhere, I am of course happy to hear there's a sequel to Blackstaff in the works.

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Bladedancer
Learned Scribe

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Congratulations Mr. Schend on your 2nd novel . I absolutely loved Blackstaff except the ending <grumbles>. Which of course I won't ruin for those that have not read it. As soon as I finished reading it I reread it again so I didn't miss any bit of Realmslore you dropped in it. An instant realms classic I say! Thanks to that novel I also have 3 player's clamoring to have a tressym as a familiar.
Well Anyways Congratulations!

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Draezen
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Posted - 16 Aug 2007 :  13:25:40  Show Profile  Visit Draezen's Homepage  Send Draezen an ICQ Message Send Draezen a Private Message  Reply with Quote
First of all, I apologize if the following has already been asked and/or answered.

Mr. Schend
I've just two short questions. The first one regards the Coronal Eltargrim. In Cormanthyr: Empire of the Elves on page 35 he is described as being the realm's greatest warrior. So I was just wondering what his military rank in the Akh'Velahr might had been, if he was a member at all?

And the second one is about Captain Fflar. I can remember that he was described as a 'young officer' in both the The Fall of Myth Drannor and Richard Bakers Last Mythal trilogy. However, the following entry on page 92 in Cormanthyr confuses me a little bit:
"Captain Fflar came to Semberholme with his wife to give birth to their first child in the Year of Seven Stones (335 DR),...".
Considering that the Banes' Duel took place in 714 DR I doubt that 'young officer' fits an elf who was at least about 400 years old at that time all too well, don't you? Perhaps these are two different guys, since Captain Fflar simply means 'Captain of True Valor'?
Could you please help me with that?

Thank you in advance

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Eledir Tarsis
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G'day Steve, Its nice to see that you're still having imput into the realms even unofficially. I still think that your days at TSR were a Realms golden era. So I read with interest what you wrote in an earlier post about the "death" of Aravae Irithyl. In your esteemed but non-canon opinion what levels could she have been when she was murdered. Her murder seemed a little too clean and sterile even for a fastidious Starym. Everything a little to neat. No violent death, even in the realms goes un answered somewhere in the realms, especially not one as important as Felicity Irithyl. So is she dead... or did she decline the throne and do an Elvis impersonation? Maybe she is selling fried chicken in Evereska or in retirement in Lantan.....could you please enlighten a humble time travelling Mage,

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Wooly Rupert
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I found this floating in the ethers...

quote:
Originally posted by Eledir Tarsis

So Steve what did happen to Aravae or is this an NDA???? Is Josidiah really dead, or is there bit of good old realm chicanery going on here.....hahahahahaha

cheers

Eledir.


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Asgetrion
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quote:
Originally posted by The Sage

quote:
Originally posted by Steven Schend

Quick note before I hustle off to finish packing and scrambling to get at least a placeholder page down on a new website or two for myself.

I've written (and am currently in 2nd draft rewrite) on BLACKSTAFF TOWER, a novel for the Realms for Autumn 2008.

That's all I can talk about right now. Honestly. I'll share more when I can.

Steven

That's fantastic news Steven! I'm absolutely ecstatic about the prospect of more Realmslore from your quill.

*The Sage eagerly anticipates the future tidbits Steven will eventually be able to share with us...*





*Wow*! This is great news... I can hardly wait, since I absolutely loved Blackstaff!

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Steven Schend
Forgotten Realms Designer & Author

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Posted - 21 Aug 2007 :  19:03:25  Show Profile  Visit Steven Schend's Homepage  Send Steven Schend a Yahoo! Message Send Steven Schend a Private Message  Reply with Quote
I really want to catch up with this board and answer the questions, but my brain's mush today. I'm falling victim to the Gen Con Crud (and having a tooth drilled and filled this morning hardly helped). Thus, I'll have to get back to these tomorrow or the day after, depending on when I can put more than 30% of my brain to work on the matters (and to get a chance to reread what I said on them in Cormanthyr et al).

Sorry for delays, but better than trying to write coherently right now....

SES

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The Red Walker
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quote:
Originally posted by Steven Schend

I really want to catch up with this board and answer the questions, but my brain's mush today. I'm falling victim to the Gen Con Crud (and having a tooth drilled and filled this morning hardly helped). Thus, I'll have to get back to these tomorrow or the day after, depending on when I can put more than 30% of my brain to work on the matters (and to get a chance to reread what I said on them in Cormanthyr et al).

Sorry for delays, but better than trying to write coherently right now....

SES



Pardon me , but I could not help but overhear something about Blackstaff Tower...and drilling teeth.

If the novacaine has worn off yet, is it a stand alone novel?
Or NDA protected???

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The Sage
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All we know so far, is what Steven revealed last month:-
quote:
Originally posted by Steven Schend

Quick note before I hustle off to finish packing and scrambling to get at least a placeholder page down on a new website or two for myself.

I've written (and am currently in 2nd draft rewrite) on BLACKSTAFF TOWER, a novel for the Realms for Autumn 2008.

That's all I can talk about right now. Honestly. I'll share more when I can.

Steven


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The Red Walker
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quote:
Originally posted by The Sage

All we know so far, is what Steven revealed last month:-




Im sure it will be worth the wait.

The suspense is killing me......I hope it lasts!


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Steven Schend
Forgotten Realms Designer & Author

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Posted - 06 Sep 2007 :  15:24:16  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 The Red Walker

quote:
Originally posted by The Sage

All we know so far, is what Steven revealed last month:-




Im sure it will be worth the wait.

The suspense is killing me......I hope it lasts!





You want the killing to last? Or you? Or just the suspense?

Steven
who promises that his 2nd novel will last at least as long as it takes to read the standard WotC novel (your reading speed may vary)

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Steven Schend
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Posted - 06 Sep 2007 :  15:31:03  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

I found this floating in the ethers...

quote:
Originally posted by Eledir Tarsis

So Steve what did happen to Aravae or is this an NDA???? Is Josidiah really dead, or is there bit of good old realm chicanery going on here.....hahahahahaha

cheers

Eledir.





What did happen to Aravae I already covered in CORMANTHYR (and left wide open for GMs to play with as they would in their own campaigns). If subsequent lore adjusts what I did/said, the person to ask is the person who made the adjustment. That said, she is dead without question.

As for Josidiah, well, I'll merely ask this--have they found a body yet? Well then....

Steven

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Steven Schend
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Posted - 06 Sep 2007 :  15:35:41  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 Draezen

First of all, I apologize if the following has already been asked and/or answered.

Mr. Schend
I've just two short questions. The first one regards the Coronal Eltargrim. In Cormanthyr: Empire of the Elves on page 35 he is described as being the realm's greatest warrior. So I was just wondering what his military rank in the Akh'Velahr might had been, if he was a member at all?


His rank sat outside the Akh'Velahr--he was the Coronal, and thus, he commanded the head of the Akh'Velahr. Think of him as the Commander-in-Chief, but he truly needed no other title beyond Coronal.

quote:

And the second one is about Captain Fflar. I can remember that he was described as a 'young officer' in both the The Fall of Myth Drannor and Richard Bakers Last Mythal trilogy. However, the following entry on page 92 in Cormanthyr confuses me a little bit:
"Captain Fflar came to Semberholme with his wife to give birth to their first child in the Year of Seven Stones (335 DR),...".
Considering that the Banes' Duel took place in 714 DR I doubt that 'young officer' fits an elf who was at least about 400 years old at that time all too well, don't you? Perhaps these are two different guys, since Captain Fflar simply means 'Captain of True Valor'?
Could you please help me with that?

Thank you in advance



Yes, I do believe we'd set that up as more of a titular/legendary name and the people referenced were two different people. If I'm misremembering, the Hooded One's in charge of meting out the punishments.

Steven

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The Red Walker
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quote:
Originally posted by Steven Schend

quote:
Originally posted by The Red Walker


Im sure it will be worth the wait.

The suspense is killing me......I hope it lasts!





You want the killing to last? Or you? Or just the suspense?

Steven
who promises that his 2nd novel will last at least as long as it takes to read the standard WotC novel (your reading speed may vary)



The answer is D, all of the above.

You can't have a good Schend novel without killings. (Lots of Killings that really seem to tweak some people off!!!)

Lord knows I want to go on forevfer.

Lastly, life without suspense is just boring!

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"We need men who can dream of things that never were." -

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