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Beirnadri Magranth
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Posted - 09 Apr 2006 :  17:46:25  Show Profile  Visit Beirnadri Magranth's Homepage  Send Beirnadri Magranth an AOL message Send Beirnadri Magranth a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Well again i shoudl say that i love the section on the creator races.... if tehre is anyway for the enxt volume to do something on ancient history as well i love that stuff!

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Lord Rad
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Posted - 11 Apr 2006 :  20:41:59  Show Profile  Visit Lord Rad's Homepage  Click to see Lord Rad's MSN Messenger address Send Lord Rad a Private Message  Reply with Quote
I'm currently working my way through volume 5 (amongst reading other FR stuff). So far, so great!

The regular columns are excellent as always. Very nice artwork too. The piece by Tyson Howard is especially stunning!

I really liked the article on the Lords of Waterdeep. This will be a great collection and i'm looking forward to the next part.

The article for the planar travel is excellent. It really draws me and and it's like watching a favorite TV series when it ends, just dying for the next episode

The spellbook article is very quirky and very interesting. I enjoy this series as theyre interesting to read and fit nicely into my FR campaign. I hope this series of articles continues too.

As i said, the regulars are great, i'm still working my way through how to use some of the hooks and NPC's from the laborer's article from the other volumes as well.

I'm reading Earling's Spray at the moment, and really enjoy it so far. Will there be a part 3 to this? I'd like to hear of the voyages of the ship, and maybe more of the crew. Cool article!

I've not read the Ilmwatch article yet. I quite like the sound of it, i'm not too up on rules though but i'll enjoy reading the article even so.

Keep up the work guys (and gal!), this is realmslore at its best!!

Lord Rad

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Wooly Rupert
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quote:
Originally posted by Lord Rad


I really liked the article on the Lords of Waterdeep. This will be a great collection and i'm looking forward to the next part.


Thanks!

That reminds me, I've not touched that next one yet...

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Arivia
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quote:
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I've not read the Ilmwatch article yet. I quite like the sound of it, i'm not too up on rules though but i'll enjoy reading the article even so.



The core of the article is relatively rules-free; there's about an item and then some Impilturan soldier stats at the end. I'm not very proud of that article, actually; in reflection, I think I could have done a much better job on it.
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Alaundo
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Posted - 22 Jul 2006 :  12:58:04  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 the latest site update, volume VI of the Candlekeep Compendium is now available to download.

Any feedback on this volume is much appreciated.

Hope ye all enjoy this latest collection of lore

I'd like to take this opportunity to personally thank all the scribes who worked on this volume for all their time, effort and dedication to producing the splendid collection

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Kalin Agrivar
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Posted - 18 Sep 2006 :  19:19:09  Show Profile  Visit Kalin Agrivar's Homepage  Click to see Kalin Agrivar's MSN Messenger address Send Kalin Agrivar a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Hello

When is the next Compendium VII due? what is the deadline for submissions (or is there one?)

Thanks

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Alaundo
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Posted - 18 Sep 2006 :  20:16:36  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 kalin agrivar

Hello

When is the next Compendium VII due? what is the deadline for submissions (or is there one?)

Thanks



Well met

We are currently finalising Volume VII of the Candlekeep Compendium, which ye can expect to see within the next couple of weeks.

If ye have any articles of lore ye wish to bring to my attention, kalin agrivar, please contact me

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Alaundo
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Posted - 19 Nov 2006 :  17:30:51  Show Profile  Visit Alaundo's Homepage  Click to see Alaundo's MSN Messenger address Send Alaundo a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Well met

Apologies to all for the delay. The seventh volume of the Candlekeep Compendium is now available

See the Compendium main page for a list of contents and the download link.

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Reefy
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Posted - 19 Nov 2006 :  23:26:00  Show Profile  Visit Reefy's Homepage  Click to see Reefy's MSN Messenger address Send Reefy a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Splendid news, I'm downloading it now...

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Alaundo
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Posted - 20 Nov 2006 :  08:11:10  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 Reefy

Splendid news, I'm downloading it now...



Well met

Glad to hear it, Reefy Hope ye enjoy it. Let us know what ye think as the scribes value any feedback as a direction on what articles and elements to include in the future

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Reefy
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Posted - 22 Nov 2006 :  00:27:51  Show Profile  Visit Reefy's Homepage  Click to see Reefy's MSN Messenger address Send Reefy a Private Message  Reply with Quote
I've had a brief scan through so far, and will leave feedback on all the articles in time. I'm a big fan of the Untold Stories section - it's always nice to see more adventure hooks and they're usually inventive and flavourful. These ones do not disappoint. Hook II is a great idea and I think I can work that one into my campaign. Hook V stands out as one of the best adventure hooks I've seen yet. Hooks VI and XI - who doesn't love enchanted items or talking animals? Hook VII has far more humour value than I'd ever wish to inflict on my players (or is that playaz?)

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Reefy
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Posted - 22 Nov 2006 :  01:05:17  Show Profile  Visit Reefy's Homepage  Click to see Reefy's MSN Messenger address Send Reefy a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Labourers of Faerûn is an interesting column because it focuses on the people of the Realms, and of course the people are the Realms. The premise of the article is great, as it gives out NPCs that can be worked easily into a game, and these are the sorts of people who make up most of the population. I like the fact they have such varied occupations, as this serves to show what diverse roles people in Faerûn fulfil. Nennira, Ynzaneth and Chynna stood out as particularly interesting characters to me. I felt Kalg lacked the depth and personality that the others had, who had aspects of their personalities, appearance or quirks more fleshed out. I look forward to seeing what happens when the article changes direction slightly next time (if Kuje still plans to go with that).

The Hammer’s Stroke is usually a reliable source of good dwarven lore. I thought this article was good, though not the best in the series. The information on the roles the classes play in society was good, but I guess I’d have like the piece to have been longer. I know there will be more in a later issue, but I want it now, damnit!

Towns of the Dragon Coast: Ilipur. Wow! Awesome article. This is the sort of thing that really grabs me, I’ve always loved regional sourcebooks (my complaints about the current lack of them have littered various other threads). So getting a treat like this makes me very happy indeed. Fleshing out areas is always good to read about, particularly those which have received less attention (I still need to pick up Dragon 346 for George’s Impiltur article). I like Jorkens’ writing style; it’s well written and easy to read. The coverage of multiple aspects of the city is great and gives it more depth. I particularly like the local customs, history and myths, it adds an extra layer of flavour that differentiates the place; and one can never have too many hooks and rumours. I would have liked to see shorthand stats for some of the characters mentioned, (LG male Chondathan human Clr 4 of Tyr) sort of thing. This doesn’t have to be done for all characters, but I like to have it for at least major/particularly interesting ones, and I’d like to see that in a future article. I can only hope this series is going to continue.

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Jorkens
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Thank you very much for the feedback Reefy, you made my day a little brighter. One of the reasons that I didnt add any stats is that I have no knowledge at all of the 3ed. rules so even the shorthand version would be somewhat dated as no prestige classes and such would be mentioned. And to be honest in most cases your guess is as good as mine as I never thought much about the rules for these people. I will try to give an answer of sorts if anyone wonders about anything in the article, even try to give answers when it comes to stats.

As for more articles such as this one, it may take some time but I will probably do more settlements in the future.
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Victor_ograygor
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Posted - 22 Nov 2006 :  12:14:33  Show Profile  Visit Victor_ograygor's Homepage Send Victor_ograygor a Private Message  Reply with Quote
I just want to say that the The seventh volume of the Candlekeep Compendium is great, thanks i am really impressed by the work.

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Reefy
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Posted - 22 Nov 2006 :  22:55:58  Show Profile  Visit Reefy's Homepage  Click to see Reefy's MSN Messenger address Send Reefy a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Jorkens

Thank you very much for the feedback Reefy, you made my day a little brighter. One of the reasons that I didnt add any stats is that I have no knowledge at all of the 3ed. rules so even the shorthand version would be somewhat dated as no prestige classes and such would be mentioned. And to be honest in most cases your guess is as good as mine as I never thought much about the rules for these people. I will try to give an answer of sorts if anyone wonders about anything in the article, even try to give answers when it comes to stats.

As for more articles such as this one, it may take some time but I will probably do more settlements in the future.



You're welcome. I'll get back to you with any specific queries, but in future if you do want to put stats in, I'd be happy to try and advise - my knowledge of 3E rules is pretty good, though hardly the best amongst us.

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Gray Richardson
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Posted - 25 Nov 2006 :  22:41:11  Show Profile  Visit Gray Richardson's Homepage Send Gray Richardson a Private Message  Reply with Quote
You know, I was re-reading the newest issue today and I thought I would share my thoughts on what an outstanding job my fellow scribes have done with issue 7 of the Candlekeep Compendium. This thing is top-notch and I hope all the realms fans enjoy reading it as much as I have.

I know you all are craving a little feedback on your remarkable work, and so here are some impressions on all the wonderful articles to be found within the latest issue:

The Hammers Stroke - Kevin Liss
What can I say? I love the lore of dwarves and I love how the Hammers Stroke series makes them feel real to me. Every issue these articles make me think of new ways to use dwarves and aspects of dwarven life in my campaign.

In this issue Kevin takes an in depth look at how the Giant Killer and Hordebreaker prestige classes fit into dwarven society. Now I am opposed to giant killing on principle (cant we all just get along? ) but Kevin tosses out some really interesting ideas for using these PrCs in-game and actually I cant wait to introduce a new Giant Killer NPC that I am working up that was inspired directly by this latest article.

Julius deserves kudos as well for a great job on the dwarven art within. Dont his illustrations look mighty spiffy?

Laborers of Toril - Scott Kujawa
These NPCs are always very interesting and I like to drop one or two into my campaign whenever I get a chance. The little details make them feel real and add a smidgeon of verisimilitude to my games. The players like them too, when they notice, but while they may not always be curious about a lizardmans background, they are often surprised when they do ask and find out more than they expected. I always love it when the players feel like they have made a real connection with an NPC.

Folk of Faern: Shaundakul - Doug Raas
Doug has given us an almost cubist portrait of Shaundakul, presenting various aspects of the god as seen by the faithful of other gods and peoples around Faern. The piece is very thought-provoking and suggests immediately all sorts of different conflicts and plot threads you could weave into your campaign.

Untold Stories - Chris Jameson, Scott Kujawa
These are great little gems. They read like little short-short stories and any one of them would be a great way to kick off an adventure. There are two hooks in here that I will try to drop into my campaign next week. Hook number 6 Talserin is not alone in his body gave me a little shiver down my spine when I read that. These hooks are all of them great stuff.

Towns of The Dragon Coast Jorkens
I can only say that I wish I had read this article a couple years ago when I last rebooted my campaign starting off in Ilipur of all places. I remember asking around the forums for any scrap of information about Ilipur but ended up not finding much. I only kept the PCs there for a couple of weeks before packing them off to Westgate and places beyond. But heck, if I had had this article back then, I guarantee you I would have tarried awhile longer there, maybe even have based a goodly portion of my campaign around this not-so-sleepy Dragoncoast town. This material is really great, it truly brings Ilipur to life. A much needed and worthy addition to Realmslore!

Unveiling Waterdeeps Hidden Lords - Chris Jameson
Taethen Caliel is a very interesting fellow. Chris has written a complex and engaging personal history for this hidden lord, more than enough to work him into a campaign and have a great deal of action and intrigue spring from and about him. He would make a particularly good patron for a band of adventurers or an inside source for elven lore and secrets. I can think of all sorts of ways to use him in a Waterdeep campaign.

Deep Gnolls - Danyel Woods
I have a fondness for Gnolls, and this article gives us a wonderful new gnollish subrace to use as an adversary for PCs. Next time my PCs have cause to journey through the underdark, they are going to run up against some Deep Gnolls. Danyel has given us a well detailed and thoroughly fascinating new race here.

Journal of an Apprentice Scribe - J P Hazelhoff
I just love to read these journals and savor every little word. This approaches the pinnacle of Realmslore for me. Its like reading a new Volos Guide. Very evocative of place, these articles always immerse me in a locale and draw my attention to surprising and fun details that bring the Realms alive for me. And the footnotes are always splendid reading themselves. Great job J.P.!

You know, it should be mentioned also that Alaundo and Wooly have put in many, many hours and much hard effort into compiling, editing and producing such a marvelous and professional-looking journal of Realmslore. Without their dedication and energy these wonderful compilations would not look as good as they do, or even exist, so Alaundo and Wooly deserve to have it known all the toil and love they put in to crafting the Compendium. Well done!

My fellow scribes, you all have outdone yourself this go round and have produced an amazing piece of Realmslore. The way the web works, people may be downloading this issue a century from now and still enjoying the excellent scholarship and writing to be found within. Isnt that a cool thing to think on?
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Alaundo
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Posted - 25 Nov 2006 :  23:52:30  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 overview and your thoughts on the articles for this volume, Gray I'd also like to echo your words on what a great job everyone has done in this volume and certainly that without Wooly, i'd be at a loss and be smothered by the paperwork

I'm certainly looking forward to working with everyone on future volumes with another exciting themed volume in 2007.

If readers of the Compendium are enjoying what they're reading, or even if there is any other feedback you'd like to share, then please let us know...it's always appreciated and helps us greatly to hear thy thoughts.

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Reefy
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Posted - 26 Nov 2006 :  00:09:30  Show Profile  Visit Reefy's Homepage  Click to see Reefy's MSN Messenger address Send Reefy a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Alaundo

I'm certainly looking forward to working with everyone on future volumes with another exciting themed volume in 2007.



Can you shed any light on the theme or am I going to run up against another NDA?

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Kuje
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quote:
Originally posted by Reefy

quote:
Originally posted by Alaundo

I'm certainly looking forward to working with everyone on future volumes with another exciting themed volume in 2007.



Can you shed any light on the theme or am I going to run up against another NDA?



It's NDA. Muh haha!

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Kuje
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Posted - 26 Nov 2006 :  00:48:01  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
quote:
Originally posted by Alaundo

Well met

Many thanks for the overview and your thoughts on the articles for this volume, Gray I'd also like to echo your words on what a great job everyone has done in this volume and certainly that without Wooly, i'd be at a loss and be smothered by the paperwork

I'm certainly looking forward to working with everyone on future volumes with another exciting themed volume in 2007.

If readers of the Compendium are enjoying what they're reading, or even if there is any other feedback you'd like to share, then please let us know...it's always appreciated and helps us greatly to hear thy thoughts.



I'm even looking constructive negative feedback, if anyone has any. As well as positive feedback. I should have clarified this: I'd prefer more feedback on the laborers then the untold stories.

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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Reefy
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Posted - 26 Nov 2006 :  01:03:36  Show Profile  Visit Reefy's Homepage  Click to see Reefy's MSN Messenger address Send Reefy a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Kuje

I'm even looking constructive negative feedback, if anyone has any. As well as positive feedback.



See my comments from earlier in the thread. It's not so much a criticism as an observation, for they're still perfectly usable, but your Untold Stories aren't as fleshed out as Wooly's.

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Kuje
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quote:
Originally posted by Reefy

quote:
Originally posted by Kuje

I'm even looking constructive negative feedback, if anyone has any. As well as positive feedback.



See my comments from earlier in the thread. It's not so much a criticism as an observation, for they're still perfectly usable, but your Untold Stories aren't as fleshed out as Wooly's.



Aye, and I've commented that exact thing to him before but I try to keep my hooks geared towards what the old Current Clack was like, while he flushes his out more. :)

And you are right, that dwarf laborer in the last issue, is a bit lacking. I guess I brain farted on what I wanted with that NPC and so I stalled.

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Edited by - Kuje on 26 Nov 2006 01:13:48
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Jorkens
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quote:

Originally posted by Reefy
You're welcome. I'll get back to you with any specific queries, but in future if you do want to put stats in, I'd be happy to try and advise - my knowledge of 3E rules is pretty good, though hardly the best amongst us.


I am not really to keen on adding stats in the article itself, but I could always do a shorthand writeup that could be posted at Candlekeep. I might take you up on your offer to help with this, but I must think about it some more first

And thank you for the comments Gray, good to hear that I managed to present the town as an interesting community.

Unfortunately I have never really been that good at commenting other peoples writing, so I can only say that I enjoyed every single one of the articles in this Compendium and that it was great to be a part of it.
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Alaundo
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quote:
Originally posted by Kuje

quote:
Originally posted by Reefy

quote:
Originally posted by Alaundo

I'm certainly looking forward to working with everyone on future volumes with another exciting themed volume in 2007.



Can you shed any light on the theme or am I going to run up against another NDA?



It's NDA. Muh haha!



Well met

Aye, Kuje is correct. Whilst we have agreed to the theme, we can't reveal any further information at this time. I'm open to brib....ahem, erm no, certainly not...'tis a secret, I say

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LucianBarasu
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Posted - 27 Nov 2006 :  09:23:45  Show Profile  Visit LucianBarasu's Homepage  Send LucianBarasu an AOL message  Click to see LucianBarasu's MSN Messenger address Send LucianBarasu a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Alaundo,
I would like to offer my artistic quill for the compendium. Side artwork, Scroll illumination, Full color illustrations...

Let me know if you want via email, and I will send you some portfolio pieces.

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