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AuldDragon
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Posted - 01 Nov 2020 :  19:45:51  Show Profile  Visit AuldDragon's Homepage Send AuldDragon a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by sleyvas

Just wondering Aulddragon, do you have a list of these odd deities (the ones you HAVE done and the ones you HAVEN'T done yet)? I'd just be curious just how many little known/undocumented deities there are out in the multiverse. I know at one point you gave something like a list of such a few years back, but I didn't recall any neogi deities on it (that being said, my memories not what it used to be), so it almost seems like you've found even more.



This project essentially morphed out of me doing this spreadsheet, which has *almost* every deity, I believe:
http://blog.aulddragon.com/2010/12/complete-second-edition-deity-spreadsheet/

It is missing entries that I've done (the ogre deities Ysshara and Mirklak, which I've already written up), though, and I can't remember if that version has the neogi deities. Once I started the Monster Mythology Update Project I stopped updating the spreadsheet. At this point I'm still on the fence about a lot of the other isolated case deities since they usually exist only as a name (and sometimes not even that). These neogi deities actually have substantially more information than most (name, plane, alignment, description, portfolio, etc.).

There's a lot of unnamed deities/pantheons as well, and I'm on the fence for those right now. For example, the kercpa, the grippli, and the grung each has a single deity, but they have no names and these creatures really don't match the ideology of any existing deities very well. Spelljammer has unnamed and undetailed pantheons for the dracons and grommam, and there are the so-called "Wise Queen" of the K'r'r'r and the Mantis God of the Eternal Lotus of the Thri-Kreen. As an exception, I will be doing Klikral of the Insectare (from Spelljammer), and I have a deity coming next month that is from an early Dungeon magazine. There's actually a *lot* of deities that have been mentioned in Dungeon Magazine, although most are arguably human deities, so I am unlikely to ever do those. Mostly I just have scattered notes for all these deities rather than a comprehensive "To-Do" list.

Of those I've already completed, the ones I would consider "little-known" are:
* Dakarnok (Kobold), Dragon #63
* Grond Peaksmasher (firbolgs), One of the Moonshae trilogies and a Polyhedron article
* Refnara (Gnolls), Dungeon #48
* Mirklak and Ysshara, (Ogres), Elminster's Ecologies (Thar section)
* Arcanic and Elemtia (Dragons), one-line entries in Council of Wyrms
* Rais (Silver Dragons), SJR6 Greyspace
* Anguileusis (Anguillians), The Sea Devils and the associated adventures
* Ilxendren (Ixzan/ixitxachitls), Night Below (Piscaethces is from the same source and will be done eventually)
* Krocaa (Aarakocra), Dragon #124
* Brilros, Fanthros, Linroth, Naharra (Centaur), Dragon #105
* Chitza-Atlan (Centaur), The Hidden Shrine of Tamaochan

If I get a chance, I'll review the spreadsheet and see if I can get an updated one posted in the near future.

Jeff

My 2nd Edition blog: http://blog.aulddragon.com/
My streamed AD&D Spelljamer sessions: https://www.youtube.com/user/aulddragon/playlists?flow=grid&shelf_id=18&view=50
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PattPlays
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Posted - 01 Nov 2020 :  20:45:29  Show Profile  Visit PattPlays's Homepage Send PattPlays a Private Message  Reply with Quote
I'm not seeing much in the way of Slaadi gods on your site. Are they low on your priority or is the strange history of toad-like beings in Toril just too much of a mess to get into?
Also likely off topic, but have any named Baernoloth come up in your research that have affected the realms?

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AuldDragon
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Posted - 01 Nov 2020 :  21:59:17  Show Profile  Visit AuldDragon's Homepage Send AuldDragon a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by PattPlays

I'm not seeing much in the way of Slaadi gods on your site. Are they low on your priority or is the strange history of toad-like beings in Toril just too much of a mess to get into?


Do you mean Ssendam and Ygorl? They're listed as Slaadi lords not gods in AD&D.

quote:
Originally posted by PattPlays

Also likely off topic, but have any named Baernoloth come up in your research that have affected the realms?



Not really; much of that entered the game with 3rd Edition.

Jeff

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My streamed AD&D Spelljamer sessions: https://www.youtube.com/user/aulddragon/playlists?flow=grid&shelf_id=18&view=50
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PattPlays
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Posted - 01 Nov 2020 :  23:23:21  Show Profile  Visit PattPlays's Homepage Send PattPlays a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by AuldDragon

quote:
Originally posted by PattPlays

I'm not seeing much in the way of Slaadi gods on your site. Are they low on your priority or is the strange history of toad-like beings in Toril just too much of a mess to get into?


Do you mean Ssendam and Ygorl? They're listed as Slaadi lords not gods in AD&D.

quote:
Originally posted by PattPlays

Also likely off topic, but have any named Baernoloth come up in your research that have affected the realms?



Not really; much of that entered the game with 3rd Edition.

Jeff

Thanks for the reply. Not counting Ygorl then? I suppose they're a unique case.

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AuldDragon
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Posted - 02 Nov 2020 :  00:06:03  Show Profile  Visit AuldDragon's Homepage Send AuldDragon a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by PattPlays

Thanks for the reply. Not counting Ygorl then? I suppose they're a unique case.



Based on information in 1e and 2e, I don't really see any indication Ygorl or Ssendam have any real cults, unlike say Orcus or Anthraxus. Any cults they do have would be limited to casting up to 4th level spells anyway.

Jeff

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sleyvas
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Posted - 02 Nov 2020 :  17:59:37  Show Profile Send sleyvas a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by AuldDragon

quote:
Originally posted by sleyvas

Just wondering Aulddragon, do you have a list of these odd deities (the ones you HAVE done and the ones you HAVEN'T done yet)? I'd just be curious just how many little known/undocumented deities there are out in the multiverse. I know at one point you gave something like a list of such a few years back, but I didn't recall any neogi deities on it (that being said, my memories not what it used to be), so it almost seems like you've found even more.



This project essentially morphed out of me doing this spreadsheet, which has *almost* every deity, I believe:
http://blog.aulddragon.com/2010/12/complete-second-edition-deity-spreadsheet/

It is missing entries that I've done (the ogre deities Ysshara and Mirklak, which I've already written up), though, and I can't remember if that version has the neogi deities. Once I started the Monster Mythology Update Project I stopped updating the spreadsheet. At this point I'm still on the fence about a lot of the other isolated case deities since they usually exist only as a name (and sometimes not even that). These neogi deities actually have substantially more information than most (name, plane, alignment, description, portfolio, etc.).

There's a lot of unnamed deities/pantheons as well, and I'm on the fence for those right now. For example, the kercpa, the grippli, and the grung each has a single deity, but they have no names and these creatures really don't match the ideology of any existing deities very well. Spelljammer has unnamed and undetailed pantheons for the dracons and grommam, and there are the so-called "Wise Queen" of the K'r'r'r and the Mantis God of the Eternal Lotus of the Thri-Kreen. As an exception, I will be doing Klikral of the Insectare (from Spelljammer), and I have a deity coming next month that is from an early Dungeon magazine. There's actually a *lot* of deities that have been mentioned in Dungeon Magazine, although most are arguably human deities, so I am unlikely to ever do those. Mostly I just have scattered notes for all these deities rather than a comprehensive "To-Do" list.

Of those I've already completed, the ones I would consider "little-known" are:
* Dakarnok (Kobold), Dragon #63
* Grond Peaksmasher (firbolgs), One of the Moonshae trilogies and a Polyhedron article
* Refnara (Gnolls), Dungeon #48
* Mirklak and Ysshara, (Ogres), Elminster's Ecologies (Thar section)
* Arcanic and Elemtia (Dragons), one-line entries in Council of Wyrms
* Rais (Silver Dragons), SJR6 Greyspace
* Anguileusis (Anguillians), The Sea Devils and the associated adventures
* Ilxendren (Ixzan/ixitxachitls), Night Below (Piscaethces is from the same source and will be done eventually)
* Krocaa (Aarakocra), Dragon #124
* Brilros, Fanthros, Linroth, Naharra (Centaur), Dragon #105
* Chitza-Atlan (Centaur), The Hidden Shrine of Tamaochan

If I get a chance, I'll review the spreadsheet and see if I can get an updated one posted in the near future.

Jeff



Thank you for the list. Looking at some of the stuff in the past has helped me find deities that I was wondering if anything extra had been done besides the one deity (i.e. centaurs, aarakocra, etc...). I hate making a new wheel if I don't have to, especially if it might contradict something else (I already do enough messing around).

Also, SINCE you brought up the kercpa deity, and since they're near and dear to my heart... I have slightly modified the original article for them. It mentions a "folk hero" in their stories for children called Rititisk the Clever, and I basically adopted that as another name for Ratatosk of the Norse Pantheon. As far as the tree deity goes, I figure they don't exactly have a name because it varies from world to world (some worlds it might be Verenestra that dryad goddess, others it might actually be male and be Rillifane Ralathil, Relkath of the many branches, Emmantiensien the treant god, etc... or it might be the embodiment of Yggdrasil itself.

Alavairthae, may your skill prevail

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AuldDragon
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Posted - 02 Nov 2020 :  18:23:08  Show Profile  Visit AuldDragon's Homepage Send AuldDragon a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by sleyvas

Also, SINCE you brought up the kercpa deity, and since they're near and dear to my heart... I have slightly modified the original article for them. It mentions a "folk hero" in their stories for children called Rititisk the Clever, and I basically adopted that as another name for Ratatosk of the Norse Pantheon. As far as the tree deity goes, I figure they don't exactly have a name because it varies from world to world (some worlds it might be Verenestra that dryad goddess, others it might actually be male and be Rillifane Ralathil, Relkath of the many branches, Emmantiensien the treant god, etc... or it might be the embodiment of Yggdrasil itself.



Well that's the thing; the information on the kercpa say they worship an oak goddess. So yeah, Emmantiensien or Rillifane or even Silvanas could be manifesting as a woman for them, but why? Similarly, Verenestra is known as the Oak Princess, but she's not really a *tree* deity; she's a goddess of female faeries and nature creatures.

Jeff

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My streamed AD&D Spelljamer sessions: https://www.youtube.com/user/aulddragon/playlists?flow=grid&shelf_id=18&view=50
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AuldDragon
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Posted - 01 Dec 2020 :  17:49:18  Show Profile  Visit AuldDragon's Homepage Send AuldDragon a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Cador the Shadow Knife: https://bit.ly/3qhraUh

Cador is a virtually unknown dwarven deity of revenge and hatred, not truly part of the Morndinsamman, but also acting as a dark reflection of the pantheon as a whole. He only shows up in a single 1st Edition adventure, Nigel Findley’s “Caermor” from Dungeon #2 (and reprinted in 2nd Edition’s Dungeon anthology release, “Dungeons of Despair”). I expanded upon the slight details there to make Cador a full-fledged deity.

If you’ve been enjoying these entries, please consider supporting the project on Patreon or Ko-Fi (Links on the blog).

Jeff

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AuldDragon
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Posted - 01 Jan 2021 :  05:36:39  Show Profile  Visit AuldDragon's Homepage Send AuldDragon a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Verenestra the Oak Princess: http://bit.ly/2L8jTGz

Daughter of Titania and Oberon, Verenestra possesses an unearthly beauty that is dimly reflected in the nymphs, dryads, and sylphs of the Prime Material Plane that worship her. She is a flightly and vain, but ultimately cares deeply for her faerie folk.

If you’ve been enjoying these entries, please consider supporting the project on Patreon or Ko-Fi (links on the blog).

Jeff

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sleyvas
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quote:
Originally posted by AuldDragon

Verenestra the Oak Princess: http://bit.ly/2L8jTGz

Daughter of Titania and Oberon, Verenestra possesses an unearthly beauty that is dimly reflected in the nymphs, dryads, and sylphs of the Prime Material Plane that worship her. She is a flightly and vain, but ultimately cares deeply for her faerie folk.

If you’ve been enjoying these entries, please consider supporting the project on Patreon or Ko-Fi (links on the blog).

Jeff



This is timely. I was thinking about her last week when I was writing up the "wildwood jackrabbit" as a creature idea for anchorome. I was thinking about some "alternate" dryads who take on somewhat animalistic looks. In particular, my thoughts were one that had rabbit ears (and yes, I get the playgirl imagery, but still, I like it)... and another was of a woman with antelope or deer like horns. Offhand, besides the "standard" dryad can you think of any other varieties that have come out over time that I might want to look at that you might have seen in reviewing for this goddess?

Alavairthae, may your skill prevail

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Returnip
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quote:
Originally posted by sleyvas

quote:
Originally posted by AuldDragon

Verenestra the Oak Princess: http://bit.ly/2L8jTGz

Daughter of Titania and Oberon, Verenestra possesses an unearthly beauty that is dimly reflected in the nymphs, dryads, and sylphs of the Prime Material Plane that worship her. She is a flightly and vain, but ultimately cares deeply for her faerie folk.

If you’ve been enjoying these entries, please consider supporting the project on Patreon or Ko-Fi (links on the blog).

Jeff



This is timely. I was thinking about her last week when I was writing up the "wildwood jackrabbit" as a creature idea for anchorome. I was thinking about some "alternate" dryads who take on somewhat animalistic looks. In particular, my thoughts were one that had rabbit ears (and yes, I get the playgirl imagery, but still, I like it)... and another was of a woman with antelope or deer like horns. Offhand, besides the "standard" dryad can you think of any other varieties that have come out over time that I might want to look at that you might have seen in reviewing for this goddess?



Maybe this can serve as inspiration?

http://www.native-languages.org/legends-animals.htm

I think the mythology of the native north americans is wonderful and I would personally try to draw inspiration from their legends as much as possible, considering Anchorome is meant to be inspired by north america. A salmon carrying the souls of the deceased into the after life. The legend of the wendigo. The list is endless.

On the other hand you have different fingers.
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sleyvas
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quote:
Originally posted by Returnip

quote:
Originally posted by sleyvas

quote:
Originally posted by AuldDragon

Verenestra the Oak Princess: http://bit.ly/2L8jTGz

Daughter of Titania and Oberon, Verenestra possesses an unearthly beauty that is dimly reflected in the nymphs, dryads, and sylphs of the Prime Material Plane that worship her. She is a flightly and vain, but ultimately cares deeply for her faerie folk.

If you’ve been enjoying these entries, please consider supporting the project on Patreon or Ko-Fi (links on the blog).

Jeff



This is timely. I was thinking about her last week when I was writing up the "wildwood jackrabbit" as a creature idea for anchorome. I was thinking about some "alternate" dryads who take on somewhat animalistic looks. In particular, my thoughts were one that had rabbit ears (and yes, I get the playgirl imagery, but still, I like it)... and another was of a woman with antelope or deer like horns. Offhand, besides the "standard" dryad can you think of any other varieties that have come out over time that I might want to look at that you might have seen in reviewing for this goddess?



Maybe this can serve as inspiration?

http://www.native-languages.org/legends-animals.htm

I think the mythology of the native north americans is wonderful and I would personally try to draw inspiration from their legends as much as possible, considering Anchorome is meant to be inspired by north america. A salmon carrying the souls of the deceased into the after life. The legend of the wendigo. The list is endless.



WOW, that IS a nice site. See, I told you I'd like you. I wonder if Seethyr has seen this. I like that it sorts legends by animal, not only because it makes finding things easier... it can give inspiration for different creature that maybe I hadn't thought of using previously. That being said, I don't want to get sucked down a squirrel hole right now (the wife wants me to help setup for a Harry Potter party tomorrow with some friends and apparently I have to peel and chop things).

Oh, and since I couldn't contain myself.... the story of the black squirrel having to be scared away from eating the sun (maybe it looks like a big shiny nut) .... I think that would work with skiurid.

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AuldDragon
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Posted - 01 Jan 2021 :  21:06:57  Show Profile  Visit AuldDragon's Homepage Send AuldDragon a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by sleyvas
This is timely. I was thinking about her last week when I was writing up the "wildwood jackrabbit" as a creature idea for anchorome. I was thinking about some "alternate" dryads who take on somewhat animalistic looks. In particular, my thoughts were one that had rabbit ears (and yes, I get the playgirl imagery, but still, I like it)... and another was of a woman with antelope or deer like horns. Offhand, besides the "standard" dryad can you think of any other varieties that have come out over time that I might want to look at that you might have seen in reviewing for this goddess?



Seelie Faeries, originally from the Spellbound boxed set, had one faerie with a fox head and tail. Atomies or Grigs have some insect legs, too. Asuras have bird-like feet.

Otherwise, I can't think of anything specific. Not related to what you're looking for, but considering I play Spelljammer, I considered adding in star nymphs, like the Pleiades. I decided to hold off until I could think about it some more. :)

Jeff

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AuldDragon
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Kil’lix the Ambitious: http://bit.ly/3td5z0Q

Another of the neogi deities from Dragon Magazine #214, Kil’lix represents the cutthroat nature of neogi advancement. He is a god of death, and teaches his followers to gain power through poison and murder.

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Naralis Analor, the Watcher of Souls: http://bit.ly/3r5IAmR

Another of the minor Seldarine deities published originally in Dragon #155 and updated in #236, Naralis is a god of healing and death. He serves Sehanine in this capacity, while his priests often serve the elven nations in classic medic roles.

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The Arcanamach
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You never cease to amaze me. When you finally put this in final PDF form I will be purchasing your work!

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AuldDragon
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quote:
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You never cease to amaze me. When you finally put this in final PDF form I will be purchasing your work!



Thanks! I'm not sure if I'd actually be able to get it into a PDF and sell it, though I'd certainly like to.

Jeff

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Does dmsguild only allow 5e content?

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AuldDragon
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quote:
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Does dmsguild only allow 5e content?



Yeah, and I include settings that aren't allowed on DM's Guild at this time.

I could probably just not say what edition it is for, but I suspect it would eventually get reported.

Jeff

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I know this has been a labor of love for at least 6 years. When you do finalize the pdf I'll donate $50 for it. Not much considering the enormous amount of work you've done but that's the price of a hardcover book at least.

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AuldDragon
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Originally posted by The Arcanamach

I know this has been a labor of love for at least 6 years. When you do finalize the pdf I'll donate $50 for it. Not much considering the enormous amount of work you've done but that's the price of a hardcover book at least.



Thanks, I appreciate that! :)

Jeff

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Posted - 04 Mar 2021 :  19:44:56  Show Profile Send TomCosta a Private Message  Reply with Quote
You could always compile it into a giant pdf. I'm sure Candlekeep would host it! It would be great to see all your work in one place.
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George Krashos
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Posted - 04 Mar 2021 :  22:48:14  Show Profile Send George Krashos a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Hi AuldDragon

When I download either of the EXL spreadsheets from your site onto my Mac I am advised that they are corrupted files. When I open them anyway, they are gibberish. What am I doing wrong? Oh, and why do they have a ".rar" file extension on them on download? Apologies if the questions are inane, I am no computer whiz.

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Kentinal
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Posted - 04 Mar 2021 :  23:05:53  Show Profile Send Kentinal a Private Message  Reply with Quote
https://fileinfo.com/extension/rar

quote:
File Type WinRAR Compressed Archive What is a RAR file? A RAR file is an archive that contains one or more files compressed with RAR compression. It uses a higher compression ratio than typical ZIP compression and incorporates a proprietary compression algorithm that is now used by other compressors, including 7-Zip for its.7Z files.


Hope this helps.

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"Caring for afterwards ...? Ker repeated this without understanding.
"After action, afterwards," the dragon said. "Choose the afterwards first, then the action. Fools choose action first."
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AuldDragon
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Posted - 05 Mar 2021 :  01:16:26  Show Profile  Visit AuldDragon's Homepage Send AuldDragon a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Which Excel files? I can reupload them in .zip format if there's no Mac program to decompress .rar files.

Jeff

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