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ericlboyd
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Posted - 04 May 2006 :  17:46:28  Show Profile  Visit ericlboyd's Homepage Send ericlboyd a Private Message  Reply with Quote
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Originally posted by Firhyanda

Eric Great web enhancement:

As a DM I enjoy the privilege of running between one and four games of D&D a week for various game groups and in various campaign settings. I just had the chance to read your second Waterdeep web enhancement Environs and was once agene astounded at the depth and breath of your knowledge and imagination as well as youíre skill as a writer. I truly enjoy my Waterdeep campaign every Friday night itís a chance for me to get together with my friends once more and escape for a time to a different realm. We are all in our forties now and itís hard to come up with the time and energy necessary to run a campaign. The writing is a vary time consuming labor of love for me, web enhancements like Environs really help me write a good game thanks so much. The difference between weather I can write a good game or a great game is attention to detail environs helps with that. Can you imagine a set of circumstances which would cause there to be a Halfling noble house in Waterdeep?




Glad you found it helpful. That's what makes it fun to write. ;-)

Waterdeep's nobility has a very firmly established bias towards humanity. We know from Elaine's writings and CoS [2e] that they don't even like families to acknowledge half-elf bastards. We know from an old Polyhedron article that natural lycanthropes are not allowed as well. I've worked in a few half-dragons and snake blooded houses in upcoming products and the last web enhancement, but such "pollution" is definitely on the side.

So, given the resistance to part-humans, I'd say a non-human noble house is impossible.

That said, I could easily see a noble halfling house living in Waterdeep. They would be acknowledged by the Lords of Waterdeep as a Waterdhavian noble clan, but they might be recognized 'foreign nobles', e.g. descendants from the halfling duke of Phalorm or the halfing royals of long-fallen Mieritin.

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ericlboyd
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Posted - 04 May 2006 :  17:49:14  Show Profile  Visit ericlboyd's Homepage Send ericlboyd a Private Message  Reply with Quote
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Originally posted by Dargoth

Eric is there any reason why Lara Idogyr (Female Half Elf Cleric of Mystra) doesnt appear in the Church of Mystra write up in the 3.5 CoS? She appears in the Old 2ed version of CoS (Im looking to flesh out Church of Mystra in Waterdeep particularly those oppossed to Meleghost)


I think there may have been a reason, but I'm not sure it survived the final cut of the product I'm thinking of. Ask again in a few months.

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Also any thoughts on how Liam Sunmist (High Priest of Lathander's Temple in Daggerford) views Daelgoth's Risen Sun Heresy.


My default answer would be any given cleric of Lathander believes is not a heretic. However, if it works for your campaign, then he certainly could be a heretic. In other words, we're unlikely to identify the philosophical allegiances of any given cleric unless the context clearly calls for it, so do what works best for you.

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Just noticed in the Order of the Sun Soul write up in 3.5 CoS Hronkil Elgredsson is written up as a LN Paladin does this mean hes Fallen Paladin?


That doesn't sound right. I'll have to check when I get home (if I remember).

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ericlboyd
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Posted - 04 May 2006 :  17:53:41  Show Profile  Visit ericlboyd's Homepage Send ericlboyd a Private Message  Reply with Quote
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Originally posted by Jamallo Kreen

Well met, Eric!

I posted a question a few weeks ago on Ed's scroll for which you would certainly be an appropriate person to provide input: just what (besides uber-traps and clerical "ancient dead"), would PCs likely encounter in the actual tombs of some of the dead eastern gods? For instance, would there likely be artifacts in them, or would the priests have kept those?


This is an interesting question.

The obvious answer is that they should be like Egyptian tombs. However, one might speculate that they are almost like "condos made-a stone-o" (sorry, old joke) in cases where an incarnation survives in some form or at least used to. In other words, there might be small temples, quarters for priests, galleries of art appropriate to the deity, etc. There might also be "embarrassing mistakes", such as artifacts or evidence that the god would not have wanted made public. Some of those mistakes are probably monstrosities or magic items.

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Would there likely be inscriptions with information about the good old days in Egypt and Mesopotamia on Old Earth?



I doubt it, but it could certainly be possible if you wanted it to be so.

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ericlboyd
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Posted - 04 May 2006 :  17:54:50  Show Profile  Visit ericlboyd's Homepage Send ericlboyd a Private Message  Reply with Quote
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Originally posted by Purple Dragon Knight

Hi Eric,

I am currently building a cohort for one of my players using the "Merchant Princess" PrC (yes, she is a gnomish she).

I was wondering if you would see, from a game balance point of view, a problem with swapping the skill and feat prereq. slightly, like so:

1. Replace "Profession(merchant): 8 ranks" and "SkillFocus(merchant)"; for

2. Appropriate primary skill (craft or profession, depending on the business, as per DMG2) of the character's business, i.e. "Profession/Craft(X): 8 ranks" and "SkillFocus(X)"

Any insight would be greatly appreciated!



Sounds fine to me. Very balanced.

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ericlboyd
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Posted - 04 May 2006 :  17:56:03  Show Profile  Visit ericlboyd's Homepage Send ericlboyd a Private Message  Reply with Quote
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Originally posted by Uzzy

Hello Eric. :)

Ive been looking for information about the Scarlet Mummers, the Lliiran Assassins, seeing as im playing a Lliiran right now who could suit them well, but information about them seems rather scarce.

As the only place they seem to get mentioned is Faiths and Pantheons, It was suggested that I ask you if you have any more information about them.

Thanks in advance. :)



Nope, sorry, that was Erik Mona.

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Jamallo Kreen
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Posted - 05 May 2006 :  00:16:00  Show Profile  Visit Jamallo Kreen's Homepage Send Jamallo Kreen a Private Message  Reply with Quote
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Originally posted by ericlboyd

quote:
Originally posted by Jamallo Kreen

Well met, Eric!

... just what ... would PCs likely encounter in the actual tombs of some of the dead eastern gods? For instance, would there likely be artifacts in them, or would the priests have kept those?


This is an interesting question.

The obvious answer is that they should be like Egyptian tombs. However, one might speculate that they are almost like "condos made-a stone-o" (sorry, old joke) in cases where an incarnation survives in some form or at least used to. In other words, there might be small temples, quarters for priests, galleries of art appropriate to the deity, etc. There might also be "embarrassing mistakes", such as artifacts or evidence that the god would not have wanted made public. Some of those mistakes are probably monstrosities or magic items.

(snip)

--Eric



Thanks, Eric. "Embarrassing mistakes".... Oh, yes! My DM juices are flowing already! (And the person waiting to use the computer next is really made about that, for some reason.)


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Foxhelm
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Posted - 05 May 2006 :  21:39:04  Show Profile  Click to see Foxhelm's MSN Messenger address  Send Foxhelm a Yahoo! Message Send Foxhelm a Private Message  Reply with Quote
I am not sure if it's NDA, but will Dragons of Faerun help a person trying to create a half-dragon character in the realms? Like prefered gods, dragon themed character regions or charts that display where which type of half-dragons are more common than usual.

Thanks.

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ericlboyd
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Posted - 06 May 2006 :  01:27:30  Show Profile  Visit ericlboyd's Homepage Send ericlboyd a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Foxhelm

I am not sure if it's NDA, but will Dragons of Faerun help a person trying to create a half-dragon character in the realms? Like prefered gods, dragon themed character regions or charts that display where which type of half-dragons are more common than usual.

Thanks.



Yes to the general question (does it support half-dragon characters at least to some extent), but not necessarily in the ways you list above or might expect.

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Skeptic
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Hi, a question about Serpent Kingdom..

I don't know if you wrote the "Serpent hills/Backland" part, but I always find a bit strange that creatures like Yuan-Ti/Obsidian/etc.. are living so much "north".

It seems to me that these creatures belong to the jungles not to rocky desert and forests. Like this city in a ravine of the Wyrm's Forest...

Edit : Sorry, I found all these ideas come from El's Ecologies App. 2 so I'll read it carefully and ask Ed.

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ericlboyd
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Posted - 07 May 2006 :  18:50:19  Show Profile  Visit ericlboyd's Homepage Send ericlboyd a Private Message  Reply with Quote
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Originally posted by Skeptic

Hi, a question about Serpent Kingdom..

I don't know if you wrote the "Serpent hills/Backland" part, but I always find a bit strange that creatures like Yuan-Ti/Obsidian/etc.. are living so much "north".

It seems to me that these creatures belong to the jungles not to rocky desert and forests. Like this city in a ravine of the Wyrm's Forest...

Edit : Sorry, I found all these ideas come from El's Ecologies App. 2 so I'll read it carefully and ask Ed.



Yes, the idea of the yuan-ti living in the Serpent Hills is longstanding Realmslore. In the old gray box, the Serpent Hills were "off limits" (although everyone remembers that promise about Sembia, no one does about the Serpent Hills).

I believe Elminster's Ecologies (I forget the author) placed the yuan-ti in the Serpent Hills, which I agree seems a littl far north. This was then built on VGttSC (Ed) and an early Perilous Portals article (James Wyatt). I took all that backstory and expanded it in Serpent Kingdoms.

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Skeptic
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Credits for Elminster's Ecologies Apendix II are :
Design: Tim Beach
Editing: Julia Martin
Cover Art: Fred Fields
Interior Art: Matthew Cavotta
Cartography: Dennis Kauth
Typography: Angelika Lokotz
Production: Dee Barnett
Special Thanks: Barb Emmerich

It confirms the presence of Yuan-ti, Ophidians (not obsidians ) and Nagas in this part of the realms (Serpent hills, Backlands and Forest of the Wyrms).

Ed (as product designer) confirms some of it in Volo's guide to Sword Coast.

The Ecologie's app. confirms also that the climate is cold, but less worse than the Savage Frontier.

Edit : I remember both promise (Sembia and Serpent Hills, my first FR campaign was set in the backlands region).

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Originally posted by Skeptic

Credits for Elminster's Ecologies Apendix II are :


And this can be found on the Wizards downloads page.

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Octa
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Posted - 09 May 2006 :  03:57:46  Show Profile  Visit Octa's Homepage Send Octa a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Eric- I just heard through the grapvine that you were the one to direct questions about Selunnara to, so I have a couple of questions.

1, What percentage of the Folks dwelling in said city are Aasimar? Anychance they have a different favored class than Paladin? Cleric or even Wizard make sense.

2, Are the gates of the moon a timeless plane, i.e. are all of the Netherese wizards there still kicking around. I'm guessing not because otherwise it makes the interbreeding with the Eladrin all but impossible.

3, Is the form of government the same as in Netheril, i.e. did they replace the Arcanist (lady Arilana or somesuch) with another arcanist, or are they ruled by some sort of wizardly oligarchy?

Anyways, I'm thinking about basing a campaign around some of their young people coming to Faerun to find the eye of Selune and return the city to Faerun, and am just trying to think of some usefull things flavorwise. If Paladin is their favorite class then I'm assuming that Paladin of Freedom is in the mix. I'm thinking about making the Harper Paragon a Selunnarra specific PRC that some of the characters can join Knights of the Star Tower or something.

I have a sneaking suspicion given that Paul's new set of novels involve shade that they also involve Selunnara's return in some way, he hasn't tipped his hand but it makes sense to me.
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Posted - 09 May 2006 :  14:31:04  Show Profile  Click to see Purple Dragon Knight's MSN Messenger address Send Purple Dragon Knight a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Eric,

I am very thick-skulled, so bear with me here...

In short, I'm currently DMing Age of Worms for my group, and I am not clear as to how Jergal could achieve the status of Overpower by having Kyuss become a god.

Any insight would be appreciated!
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Skeptic
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Hi, on p. 133 of SK (about Nagalands), three NPCs are mentioned :
Phelriss, a yuan-ti anathema.
Calliope, a dark naga
Pristoleph, a human wizard.

I just wanted to know if those NPCs were nealy added for this section or come from somewhere else (2e products included).

Thanks.

Edited by - Skeptic on 10 May 2006 07:59:59
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At least Pristoleph appeared in Empires of the Shining Sea, if my memory serves me correctly. He's also one of the PoV-characters in The Watercourse trilogy.

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Posted - 10 May 2006 :  08:22:20  Show Profile  Send Kuje an AOL message  Click to see Kuje's MSN Messenger address  Send Kuje a Yahoo! Message Send Kuje a Private Message  Reply with Quote
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Originally posted by Kajehase

At least Pristoleph appeared in Empires of the Shining Sea, if my memory serves me correctly. He's also one of the PoV-characters in The Watercourse trilogy.



You are correct, he was given some stats in Empires.

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Don't miss the Border Areas chapter in Shining South [3e] too.
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I asked this of Ed also, but since you worked on Demihuman Deities. :)

Eric,

Demihuman Deities says that Corellon has dark elven clergy and some posters like to argue about that passage. So my question is, does he allow dark elven divine casters or are those clergy just lay worshippers? One of the arguements is, "Well, there's no listed NPC's that are dark elven divine casters of Corellon and so I don't believe he has dark elves worshipping him."

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Posted - 10 May 2006 :  20:32:42  Show Profile  Click to see Foxhelm's MSN Messenger address  Send Foxhelm a Yahoo! Message Send Foxhelm a Private Message  Reply with Quote
I was just curious if you could give me some details about Song Dragons, as I am thinking of creating a Song half dragon character and need more details. Unless it is NDA with Dragons of Faerun.

Like what is the colour of their electrically charged gas? Does it spark with juice?

What is the character classes that Song Half Dragons tend to favour? Is it like the Copper Dragons they look like? (In RoDragons, Copper DRagons tend to favour the Rogue and the Bard. With the notes in Monsters of Faerun and their name, I can see the bard.)

Also is the Always take female alterntive form of the Song Dragons like the Always in alignment (meaning 99% with a 1% taking male form)? Cause I was wonding if Male Song dragons take female forms? Or are there no male Song dragons?

These are just some of the ideas that are popping into my head. Thanks.

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quote:
Originally posted by Foxhelm

I was just curious if you could give me some details about Song Dragons, as I am thinking of creating a Song half dragon character and need more details. Unless it is NDA with Dragons of Faerun.

Like what is the colour of their electrically charged gas? Does it spark with juice?

What is the character classes that Song Half Dragons tend to favour? Is it like the Copper Dragons they look like? (In RoDragons, Copper DRagons tend to favour the Rogue and the Bard. With the notes in Monsters of Faerun and their name, I can see the bard.)

Also is the Always take female alterntive form of the Song Dragons like the Always in alignment (meaning 99% with a 1% taking male form)? Cause I was wonding if Male Song dragons take female forms? Or are there no male Song dragons?

These are just some of the ideas that are popping into my head. Thanks.



Since Ed created song dragons, you should send these to him.

However, we can answer the female question since they are the same as weredragons, which were originally detailed in Hall of the High King, and the ecology says that they are female only and this is also why they take female form. Monsters of Faerun doesn't really expand on this and I know there is a half-song dragon in the draconimocon for 3e but that makes no sense based on what Ed wrote about them originally. There is also a song dragon in Elminster's Daughter and in the Rage novels. You can find more about song dragons/were dragons in Ed's answers in my sig, use the index/toc and search for song dragons/were dragons. :)

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I asked this of Ed also, but since you worked on Demihuman Deities. :)

Eric,

Demihuman Deities says that Corellon has dark elven clergy and some posters like to argue about that passage. So my question is, does he allow dark elven divine casters or are those clergy just lay worshippers? One of the arguements is, "Well, there's no listed NPC's that are dark elven divine casters of Corellon and so I don't believe he has dark elves worshipping him."

As I read it... that particular passage has a "current" feel to it... as in, current in Realms time at the date of the sourcebook's publication. In other words... the dark elf clergy mention is relevant for periods after the Dark Disaster as well and not just lay worshippers.

The "handful" mention could represent those dark elves who, like worshippers of Eilistraee, have broken away from traditional worship of the Dark Seldarine and follow another elven deity.

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Asgetrion
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Eric,

my questions concern the Eldreth Veluuthra and their relationship with deities and divine magic.

Would you see it possible that Fenmarel Mestarine would accept the EV as his followers, and grant them spells? Fenmarel is the god of elven outcasts, and the EV certainly seem to be such in the eyes of the majority of elven population. Would the EV members see Fenmarel as "too feral or wild" to be revered, or would they embrace his worship if they had access to divine magic and sponsorship? Since Fenmarel is a CN deity, he has (according to Faiths and Pantheons Chaotic Evil clerics and druids as followers... and thus, the EV's evil alignment would not be in violation of his ethos. Would the EV rely on his faith/church as allies, if not as their divine patron?

Would the EV try to manipulate "human faiths" into conflict whenever possible, rather than slay them? For example, corrupting and manipulating druids of human deities... slowly poisoning their will and trying to lure them to do battle with human settlements, reaping the rewards as humans slay each other.

Would the EV ally themselves (secretly, without revealing the existence of their organization or goals) with any human priests or faiths? For example, would they join a human adventuring group to use them for their organization's gain?

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Posted - 14 May 2006 :  12:10:09  Show Profile  Visit Asgetrion's Homepage Send Asgetrion a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Eric,

Talona seems to have druid worshippers, according to Faiths and Pantheons, yet she is not listed as a "nature deity" in the FRCS - which I thought was the absolute requirement for attracting druid followers and being able to grant druid spells. Why does she have druids as followers, and could virtually any non-nature deity "corrupt" or convert druids to follow him/her?

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Eric,

another idea - would some elements/members within the Ev possibly try to tap into Moander's slumbering power in Darkwatch, in the finest Starym tradition?

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