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Alaundo
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Posted - 03 Nov 2005 :  20:48:29  Show Profile  Visit Alaundo's Homepage  Click to see Alaundo's MSN Messenger address Send Alaundo a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Mumadar Ibn Huzal

quote:
Originally posted by Lord Rad


Olostin's Hold - Ya know, the articles from this particular series are my cup of tea. (It's nice having them at the end of the compendium too, being a nice warm ending ) Everytime I read these, I feel completely drawn in, like i've actually been there! This place was very interesting. Will there be a part 2 to this one or does the journey continue elsewhere?


A bit late in replying, but still a thanks for the compliments on the Compendium and in specific to the Scribe's Apprentice articles. As to your question on a sequel: Yes, it is currently slated for V along with an article on Feast of the Moon, and planned for issue VI is a return to Berdusk. More I will not say, it is rumored that Alaundo will invoke NDAs



Well met

Aye, thou hast said enough already, Mumadar

Thank ye for the comments, Dhomal. Indeed, page numbering would be handy, it was simply overlooked at the time

Oh i'll gladly see about increasing the number of pages in the next few volumes

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I tend to bring planar material into my articles cause I like the planes and I continue to use the multiverse in some form or another. :)

For some of us, books are as important as almost anything else on earth. What a miracle it is that out of these small, flat, rigid squares of paper unfolds world after world, worlds that sing to you, comfort and quiet and excite you... Books are full of the things that you don't get in real life - wonderful, lyrical language, for instance, right off the bat. - Anne Lamott, Bird by Bird

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The Sage
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quote:
Originally posted by Dhomal

I do have one curious question - Do a lot of you hold the planes as a special and dear place? :) It seems that there was a lot of planar-related articles - as well as connections in other articles. Not that there is anything wrong with the planes - its just that having read all 3 CC's back to back - it was something I picked up on.
Kuje has got it down... so it's the same for me as well.

Although, with stuff that I'm writing at the moment which can draw upon references to the planes, I'm tending more toward a 2e interpretation (preferring the Great Wheel to the 3e's Tree) with some slight emphasis... but it's subtle enough so that most 3e fans won't really notice.

It's there though, and to me, that's what is important .

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Jamallo Kreen
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Somehow I missed the announcement of CC III. I just downloaded it and already glanced at the article on The Batrachi. I think that The Candlekeep Compendium would be an excellent place for the designers to flesh out some of their published books with material which didn't make the cut into WOTC-published books (NDAs permitting, of course). Articles here about the founder races would definitely make Serpent Kingdoms more useful, and would allow for the revealtion of a wealth of previously unpublished information from books such as Lost Empires of Faerun, which, by me, could have been three times as long and still too short at that. (More information is definitely needed on 3E Mulhorand, Unther, and Chessenta, for example.)

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Posted - 13 Dec 2005 :  11:09:51  Show Profile  Visit Alaundo's Homepage  Click to see Alaundo's MSN Messenger address Send Alaundo a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Well met

As part of todays site update, Volume IV of the Candlekeep Compendium is now available to download. A splendid collection of lore, this time focusing on dragons of the Realms.

I hope ye all enjoy this volume of lore

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Dargoth
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As Darth would say "Impressive, Most impressive!"

Has it been decided what the theme for CC5 will be?

If your taking suggestions how about: The Planes

“I am the King of Rome, and above grammar”

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Edited by - Dargoth on 17 Dec 2005 23:30:21
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The Sage
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And to add to the "Darth-ness" with a slight alteration -- "Join us Dargoth, and we will complete your training."

Volume V will feature another assortment of articles like those volumes before the December '05 volume. That doesn't necessarily mean that planar content won't take some place in this future Compendium -- but most of us have our ideas plotted for the next work already. Although, I am hoping to include "Hoar's Domain, Part 2" in Volume V...

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Originally posted by The Sage

And to add to the "Darth-ness" with a slight alteration -- "Join us Dargoth, and we will complete your training."

Volume V will feature another assortment of articles like those volumes before the December '05 volume. That doesn't necessarily mean that planar content won't take some place in this future Compendium -- but most of us have our ideas plotted for the next work already. Although, I am hoping to include "Hoar's Domain, Part 2" in Volume V...




Yes, I'm looking forward to contributing heavily to Volume V, although nothing planar...
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quote:
Originally posted by The Sage

And to add to the "Darth-ness" with a slight alteration -- "Join us Dargoth, and we will complete your training."

Volume V will feature another assortment of articles like those volumes before the December '05 volume. That doesn't necessarily mean that planar content won't take some place in this future Compendium -- but most of us have our ideas plotted for the next work already. Although, I am hoping to include "Hoar's Domain, Part 2" in Volume V...




Hmm decisions... decisions

One of my Candlekeep projects nears completion (The Abbey of the Martyred Goddess) and should be finished before the end of the week.
So ill then have to decide whether to leave it until March (which I assume will be when CC5 is released) or submit it as an article for one of Candlekeps monthly updates....


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Posted - 18 Dec 2005 :  11:59:21  Show Profile  Visit Alaundo's Homepage  Click to see Alaundo's MSN Messenger address Send Alaundo a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Dargoth

As Darth would say "Impressive, Most impressive!"

Has it been decided what the theme for CC5 will be?

If your taking suggestions how about: The Planes



Well met

Glad ye like the tome, Dargoth

There isn't a theme to Volume V, but there will likely be themes given to future volumes. We thought it wise to feature dragons for volume IV due to the current dragon focus by WotC and also due to the Year of Rogue Dragons taking place in the Realms.

Rest assured, there will likely be at least one planar article within future volumes for some time yet

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Hello-

Well - i know I'm a bit behind the 8-ball in some of my reading - but I just finished CC4 today while on lunch at work.

I must say - I quite liked it! I was Most happy to see Mr Krashos was a contributor! Wow - very nice indeed - soon - we might have Eric and Steven adding their own spin on something within its pages!

Now - I have to make some decisions - and come up with a good idea or three to send in to see what would fit best in a future volume!

Thanks again!

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quote:
Originally posted by Dhomal

Hello-

Well - i know I'm a bit behind the 8-ball in some of my reading - but I just finished CC4 today while on lunch at work.

I must say - I quite liked it! I was Most happy to see Mr Krashos was a contributor! Wow - very nice indeed - soon - we might have Eric and Steven adding their own spin on something within its pages!

Now - I have to make some decisions - and come up with a good idea or three to send in to see what would fit best in a future volume!

Thanks again!

Dhomal



Well met

Glad the tome was pleasing for thee, Dhomal. We welcome any feedback on the articles (it also gives the scribes working on the Compendium the incentive to work on additional material and gives them an idea if they're going down the right track to please the masses ).

Thanks again

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Beirnadri Magranth
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Posted - 20 Feb 2006 :  17:23:15  Show Profile  Visit Beirnadri Magranth's Homepage  Send Beirnadri Magranth an AOL message Send Beirnadri Magranth a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Hey just reading the CCIV and its great! i love the ancient history in the beginning!
however, the stat block for Shaaan has one error that i noticed. Her Base attack Bonus is incorrect. Her BAB is calculated using the +10/+5 as a 20th level Wizard then the +3 from the 7th level incantatrix (assuming BAB has not changed from the Magic of Faerun class description). This leaves us with +13/+8/+3. Then 7 levels of Epic Wizard gives us no additional attacks but a +3 to all attacks so far.
This means her total Base Attack Bonus is +16/+11/+6, not +17. Her grapple modifier then is +15 (+16 from highest Attack, -1 str. penalty, +0 size modifier.) not +16.

I'm sure it was just a mistake froma wizened sage used to 2e or something. (plus rules for epic are confusing since they are 3.0)

Edit: also the spell spell Body Pulse states a castings time of " minutes" but doesnt tell how many minutes. I am assuming it is ten minutes or 1 minute. Also that spell has a material component listed without a footnote detailing what it is, I asuume this is the 200gp gem... how expensive! Lastly for this spell, in 3.5 the spell should say "Target: You" and "Range: Personal; see text" Similar errors exist with the Inspired Escape Spell.

Gosh that really brought out the rules lawyer in me!


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Posted - 20 Feb 2006 :  19:35:27  Show Profile  Visit Alaundo's Homepage  Click to see Alaundo's MSN Messenger address Send Alaundo a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Well met

Thank ye, Beirnadri Magranth. Thy feedback is much appreciated. Glad ye liked the Compendium. It appears thou hast finished just in the nick of time, keep an eye out for Volume V, due for release next month

Whilst we try to get everything correct regarding the rules, somethings may slip though. However, i'll get our resident rules lawyer, Arivia, on the case

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Arivia
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Then 7 levels of Epic Wizard gives us no additional attacks but a +3 to all attacks so far.

Incorrect; see table 6-18 on page 206 of the 3.5 DMG. Additionally, your calculations are completely off-character levels 21 and above use that table, not their own base attack bonus and save lines, no matter the class. Therefore, the calculation goes like this: +10(Wiz20) plus +7(14 epic levels), resulting in a base attack bonus of +17/+12.

quote:
Edit: also the spell spell Body Pulse states a castings time of " minutes" but doesnt tell how many minutes. I am assuming it is ten minutes or 1 minute.

This is correct; I'd go with 10 minutes.
quote:
Also that spell has a material component listed without a footnote detailing what it is, I asuume this is the 200gp gem... how expensive!

This is correct, too; this can be ascribed to unfamiliarity with the spell statistics setup for 3e.
quote:
Lastly for this spell, in 3.5 the spell should say "Target: You" and "Range: Personal; see text" Similar errors exist with the Inspired Escape Spell.


Correct; again, I'd ascribe this to unfamiliarity with the 3e spell setup.
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Beirnadri Magranth
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Originally posted by Arivia

quote:
Originally posted by Beirnadri Magranth
Then 7 levels of Epic Wizard gives us no additional attacks but a +3 to all attacks so far.

Incorrect; see table 6-18 on page 206 of the 3.5 DMG. Additionally, your calculations are completely off-character levels 21 and above use that table, not their own base attack bonus and save lines, no matter the class. Therefore, the calculation goes like this: +10(Wiz20) plus +7(14 epic levels), resulting in a base attack bonus of +17/+12.



Ah you are correct on this point! I never read that section in the dmg 3.5. Thanks Arivia (rules lawyer for federal court compared to my civil trials ) It was incorrect in the book I just didnt figure it out correctly!
so the BAB should be +17/+12 (which means the grapple AB is correct at +16.)

Edit: i should point out again how I really love these compendiums. Looking forward to the Vth (hehe). Oh and Arivia... as in Epic 3.0 you dont gain the extra attack right? it just stays at 2 attacks?

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That would have been my bad on the wizard/socerer spell issues. Arivia has slowly been whipping me into shape as far as keeping my terms appropriate to the given edition. And my original notes did say 10 minutes for the Body Pulse spell, but I'm not sure where the 10 went between all the editing and e-mails.

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Originally posted by Beirnadri Magranth
Edit: i should point out again how I really love these compendiums. Looking forward to the Vth (hehe). Oh and Arivia... as in Epic 3.0 you dont gain the extra attack right? it just stays at 2 attacks?



Correct; little about the epic rules changed between 3e and 3.5.
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Posted - 28 Mar 2006 :  21:57:56  Show Profile  Visit Alaundo's Homepage  Click to see Alaundo's MSN Messenger address Send Alaundo a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Well met

As part of todays site update, Volume V of the Candlekeep Compendium has been released!

I hope ye all enjoy this latest collection of Realmslore, for there are a wonderful and varied array of articles within and the scribes involved have worked extra hard to get this one out in time for the quarterly release.

So, please feast thine eyes upon this tome, and we appreciate any feedback on the articles and suggestions for future volumes.

Thank ye

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I would just like to state what a great job you scribes have done with "The Candlekeep Compendium". It reminds me of when Dungeon Magazine was but a single issue every two months, just seemed like a life time between issues.

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quote:
Originally posted by Beirnadri Magranth

Hey just reading the CCIV and its great! i love the ancient history in the beginning!
however, the stat block for Shaaan has one error that i noticed. Her Base attack Bonus is incorrect. Her BAB is calculated using the +10/+5 as a 20th level Wizard then the +3 from the 7th level incantatrix (assuming BAB has not changed from the Magic of Faerun class description). This leaves us with +13/+8/+3. Then 7 levels of Epic Wizard gives us no additional attacks but a +3 to all attacks so far.
This means her total Base Attack Bonus is +16/+11/+6, not +17. Her grapple modifier then is +15 (+16 from highest Attack, -1 str. penalty, +0 size modifier.) not +16.

I'm sure it was just a mistake froma wizened sage used to 2e or something. (plus rules for epic are confusing since they are 3.0)



Thanks Beirnadri. I knew when I handed her in that her stats, somewhere along the line, were wrong. My humble belief is that super high-level characters in D&D are ridiculously complex and difficult to detail stat-wise. After Shaaan, don't expect me to do any similar write-ups - they aren't worth the time or energy invested.

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Arivia
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Originally posted by George Krashos
Thanks Beirnadri. I knew when I handed her in that her stats, somewhere along the line, were wrong. My humble belief is that super high-level characters in D&D are ridiculously complex and difficult to detail stat-wise. After Shaaan, don't expect me to do any similar write-ups - they aren't worth the time or energy invested.

-- George Krashos




I agree; they take absurd amounts of paperwork and time to do. I'm hoping the PHBII alleviates this issue.
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Beirnadri Magranth
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yeah ive done alot of epic lvl ppl for my personal campaign setting and its not worth it they should just have a disclaimer saying ::dont mess with _________ ::

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Posted - 09 Apr 2006 :  10:11:38  Show Profile  Visit Alaundo's Homepage  Click to see Alaundo's MSN Messenger address Send Alaundo a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Well met

Many thanks for the feedback, Beirnadri Magranth and Vascant. It's appreciated. We have had a LOT of downloads for this volume of the Compendium, so for those who have read it or started to read it, please let us know how we're doing as it helps the scribes greatly to receive feedback on their articles

Thank ye.

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Yes, please, let us know. Whether it is good, bad, or indifferent, it gives us an idea of how we're doing, in your eyes. Oh, and feel free to make suggestions for what YOU want to see. Perhaps one of us will give you what you want.

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