• Sirwhiteout

    This is part 2 of a 2-post series that started here, as a result of a very interesting discussion with Lhynard and Moviesign about the gravity and composition of Coliar.

    Coliar is a gas giant. As a size G spherical air body, it is about the size of Jupiter. How then could it have an Earth-like gravity and even be inhabitable all the way to its core? Jupiter has an enormous mass and an equally enormous gravity. Moreover, it has a very narrow range of altitudes at which the pressure allows for the survival of humanoids. Below that, its crushing pressures mean certain death to all but the sturdiest of xorns.

    The easy to tackle question regards Coliar's gravity. From the previous post, one surmises that a G-sized air body would have a surface gr…

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  • Sirwhiteout

    This is part 1 of 2-post series that is the result of a very interesting discussion with Lhynard and Moviesign on a realistic way to calculate the gravity of celestial bodies based on their size and elemental composition.

    In Spelljammer: AD&D Adventures in Space, it is stated that all celestial bodies have a gravity of 1 "Earth" gravity, regardless of size and composition. What if one wants to do better? Say, only spelljammers have a gravity of 1 g as an effect of the magic of their Spelljamming helms, but planets and other celestial objects are subject to the laws of Physics. How to proceed?

    The following is a very basic estimate of how this calculation could be carried out, with the results organized on a table for easy reference to the rea…

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  • Regis87

    I'm still alive!

    July 18, 2018 by Regis87

    As some of you may have noticed, I have been absent from the community for a number of weeks.

    This is due to a combination of an increased work-load, a death in the family, and we had to repair some minor flooding damage.

    My schedule goes back to normal in a week or two, so I'll be back making edits and contributions!


    --Regis87 (talk) 22:51, July 18, 2018 (UTC)

    Very sorry to hear about your loss. We miss you and look forward to your triumphant return :) —Moviesign (talk) 00:05, July 19, 2018 (UTC)
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  • Sirwhiteout

    Lately I haven't been able to contribute to the wiki as often as I'd like. Real life concerns tend to be… distracting sometimes.

    But with a bit of free time available, I decided to write up a more detailed analysis of the astronomical properties of Realmspace. As a theoretical physicist specialized in gravitational physics and currently teaching Astronomy, I feel it is quite tempting to try to make some "early-astronomy" sense of the several celestial bodies and their movements in wildspace.

    This is a follow-up on a recent discussion with Lhynard about the possible distance of the Color Spray Nebula from the sun. As far as I know, it is not stated in any official sources, but, as in the case of Neptune and Uranus in Earth's crystal sphere, m…

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  • Kelanen64

    Test this out

    March 9, 2018 by Kelanen64

    Testing for viability.

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  • Regis87

    I read them as they were published back in the 90's, and I figured it was a good time to re-read them. I forgot how enjoyable of a read they are. Will be adding content as I go.

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  • Hashimashadoo

    Latest news

    June 13, 2017 by Hashimashadoo

    I haven't written one of these things in a long time, but I feel the need to right now (insomnia helps).

    I've been living in a bad place for just over seven years now. Because therapy did very little to help my depression caused mostly from living in that situation, I threw myself into work to distract myself from it instead.

    Nowadays I run my own gaming club, act as a political commentator, do tech support work at my local library, help to build homes for people on low incomes, and do community outreach for local elderly people. I also moderate the biggest Forgotten Realms community on Facebook (but turned down administering it as there simply isn't enough time in the day). When I wasn't working, I was sleeping or travelling to work (someti…

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  • Zeromaru X

    I got sidetracked because my asthma problems and certain videogame... lol, but "I have come upon the Earth and with my two feet taken possession!". Going to resume updating Laerakond stuff and the other topics I were updating.

    --Zero (talk) 08:10, June 8, 2017 (UTC)

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  • Sno4wy

    Life's been crazy hell and I haven't had the chance to return to work on the articles that I'd been fleshing out, most notably the one for The Jewel of Turmish. I hope to be able to return to finishing it up, polishing it, and making it as finalized as possible.

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  • Hurtzbad


    April 3, 2017 by Hurtzbad

    I wonder if this still works

    now i have to remember how to do this

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  • Zerazzt

    Editions of D&D

    February 24, 2017 by Zerazzt

    I haven't been playing D&D for very long. When I started 5e hadn't yet come out, but it would be soon, and I looked mostly into 4e. Then when I started talking to people there were many different opinions about which edition was the best. What edition do any of you think is the best for the Forgotten Realms? --Zerazzt (talk) 21:21, February 24, 2017 (UTC)

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  • Hashimashadoo

    Just managed to get my grubby little mitts on almost all of the back-issues of Polyhedron magazine save for #9. I had several of them before but now I have access to pretty much every piece of Realmslore held within.

    I'm supposed to also be getting a new laptop tomorrow that should actually be capable of running my copy of Sword Coast Legends that I've not been able to play since I got it as a Christmas present. I have started on Baldur's Gate: Siege of Dragonspear already however - it's good, if a bit buggy. The new User Interface has some problems and the AI of some enemies and NPCs leaves a lot to be desired but I'm sure that will be sorted in the first couple of rounds of patches.

    I've also kept involved with tabletop gaming. I've been c…

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  • Suna Kitsune

    Rikker takes in the scene around him. THe crisp cold morning air. THe sound of morning larks chirping away in the distance. Even the smell of blood on the wind didn't excite him in the slightest. Slowly emerging from the rock dwelling he has called home, The great brown bear stretches each of his long limbs. He knew that nothing could challenge him; he had grown complacent in past years. No one ever dared poach on his lands. The heards of elk and cattle were his and his alone to devour. He would have been correct as usual, in his arrogance, save for a lonely wolf. The wolf didn't sleep all winter long. In fact, she was planning on moving further north for the warmer seasons. Her white fur stood in contrast to the fresh morning flo…

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  • LMEF2009

    Da’rishvan al notar la sonrisa burlona entrecerró los ojos, exhaló un suspiro cansado y comenzó a preparar su habilidad Subtle Spell para conjurar un hechizo que le recordaría con “absoluta amabilidad” con quién se estaba metiendo. De toda su familia su hermano era quien más lo conocía, sabía de sus delirios de grandeza y de las habilidades innatas que poseía, que ni él mismo, en su grandísima estupidez, se había percatado aún. Lo conocía tano que ya ni necesitaba conjurar el hechizo Detect Thoughts para saber lo que estaba pensando. Se aproximó sin decir nada más a su estante de componentes y buscó lo que necesitaba para conjurar el hechizo Fear, mientras su hermano menor aún miraba al vacío con su sonrisa de idiota, seguramente seguía s…

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  • LMEF2009

    La escoria gateo hacia donde se encontraba la niñita, vomitando sangre y dejando un rastro de inmundicia inconfundible ahí por donde pasaba. Se tiró rendido a los sucios pies desnudos de la niñita ya que casi no le quedaban fuerzas para sostenerse y el pánico no ayudaba, le acercó las manos a los pies con intensión de tocarlos pero se tuvo a unos centímetros recordando la naturaleza orgullosa y vanidosa de los Elfos Obscuros, hasta el Drow más pobre y miserable se considera a sí mismo como el futuro gobernante supremo y por ende todos los demás son inferiores a él. Aún tendido en el frío y húmedo suelo de la infraobscuridad, volteó a ver hacia arriba y contempló el rostro de la niñita. La niñita tenía unos ojos purpura brillantes tan brill…

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  • Gringo300

    By researching the history of the Forgotten Realms, I mean both from a real world (writing) and an in-universe perspective.

    Researching the history of Halflings has gotten into territory that is probably controversial and that I'd really rather not get into on here.

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  • Terrorblades

    So today I had my first time as a DM and well here is the story so far.

    In early Uktar in the deepest of night a ship travelled towards Baldur's Gate, stopping far away from the harbour and letting the travels travel in to the city by raft.
    As the raft ended it journey, the old sailor whom had taken them there asked for a silver coin with his sea salted hand.
    His face lit up as he was given 4 silver coins, he helped his travels off the boat and then limped of the the nearest tavern.
    The travellers steeped in to the cold Balduran night:
    A Dragonborn Barbarian, a Human Paladin of Tyr, a Forest Gnome Monk, A Human fighter, A Human Wizard(/cleric), A Wood elf ranger...
    The grey docks stood empty of life but filled with songs of the sea. The party t…

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  • Hashimashadoo

    New source editor

    April 5, 2015 by Hashimashadoo

    Absolutely love it. Not only does it point out your mistakes as you make them but it also has a 'save as you type' function. I was just working on an article when the laptop I was using suddenly crashed. Thinking I'd lost all of what I'd done, I was pleasantly surprised to see almost all of what I'd written was still there when I booted back up.

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  • Hashimashadoo

    Quick update

    February 10, 2015 by Hashimashadoo

    Don't have much time so this'll have to be brief.

    My recent articles were the product of a short period of good net access which is now gone. This is particularly awkward because a buddy of mine is running a campaign set in the Utter East and western Kara-Tur so I was hoping I could add relevant content on his areas of interest. Instead, I may have to loan him some of my sourcebooks which will be difficult to transport without borrowing someone's car.

    Otherwise, I'm super busy and not being paid enough. Same old, same old.

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  • Terrorblades

    The road beings here

    November 6, 2014 by Terrorblades

    So now I have the starter set, Players handbook and the Monster manual and I feel like there are great adventures ahead even if I'm as always nervous of screwing up. I wonder when they will release a Forgotten realms Players/DM's handbook? These books seam to have a big focus on TFR which is allot of fun but teasing... I have never really blogged before so this is going to be rambling... as every thing else I do.

    I find allot of things interesting, even if I haven't read the entire thing, the halflings have now 2 main races Strongheart and Lightfoot.. I hope we dont lose the ghostwise. Clerics have six domains now and that puts the say 20+ domains of older versions into a awkward... On that note maybe we should make a 4e domains thingy and …

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  • Hashimashadoo

    What's going on

    September 11, 2014 by Hashimashadoo

    So my contract with the library ended in July. I really enjoyed working there but they couldn't renew it. This meant that I lost access to a regular Wi-Fi connection.

    I do have a new job but it doesn't afford me the freedom of the last one (though it's more interesting). This means that I have about half an hour of time on the internet per day with which I have to fit all of my internet activity into - no time left for editing. My best estimates show that things won't start looking up on the internet front for another eleven months.

    Everybody I discuss my lack of internet with remarks at first with surprise, then they comment on its ridiculousness and finally with commiserations.

    I hate having to apologise for my lack of activity but what els…

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  • ElvenMexican


    July 1, 2014 by ElvenMexican

    Thanks for the help, Energy X, with the wikia you recently did im new to making them and i didnt reall get how to do it at first so thanks for fixing it Energy X

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  • Pharuan Undearth

    get your gems a bit easier for Clash of Clans and no money actually leaves your pocket. or get the app and use my referral name [Tailnmm] you get 50 points for using my code and so do I. Get them gems. Works for both Android(goggle) and IPhone(ITunes) systems. Pharuan Undearth (talk) 00:50, June 15, 2014 (UTC)

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  • Hashimashadoo

    An update

    June 3, 2014 by Hashimashadoo

    So my job at the library affords me free wi-fi when I'm not busy which gives me a couple of hours, four days a week to do internet things.

    Of course that time is completely dependent on my workload and the amount of help the patrons need from me but it's still good news. The job lasts for a little over six weeks more so we'll see what can be done in that time period.

    The time is also useful for working on those Pathfinder campaigns I mentioned in my last post

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  • BadCatMan


    May 27, 2014 by BadCatMan

    Huh, I can make a blog post too.

    After getting a bad cold last week, the only thing I felt able to do was wiki writing, but didn't feel like tackling anything big. I picked over my current projects — temples and priests of the church of Ilmater, "The Bounty Seekers Of Manshaka", etc. — for a while, but couldn't get inspired. I'm a bit worn-out on the Ilmater topic, and I need to make a big Manshaka article to enter comics lore, and if I'm going to do that, I might as well work on another city. I seem to have lots of big content projects on the go. In the end, I realised what I really wanted was to go back to my home in the Realms, the Vast, and finish my work there. :D So, I went to Highbank Forest, the roads, and now I'm at Tantras. That w…

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  • Hashimashadoo

    So, back in January I mentioned a new Pathfinder campaign I was starting. Well, now I'm also back running a game that started last autumn. Both are very involved and long-term.

    They run every week, one on Tuesdays and the other on Wednesdays. I've barely been able to keep up my preparations for both of them over the last several weeks. Next week, I'm starting a new temp job at a library and in June I begin a trio of short-term courses. I have a feeling that my arse will be well and truly kicked by the workload and I may have to put one of my games on hiatus.

    I do a good job of creating contingencies for when my players go off course in an adventure but doing so creates SO much more work. Then there's the ever-present temptation to spend my '…

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  • Hashimashadoo

    Hello all. I've been writing edit summaries for my larger edits over the last couple of months complaining about how difficult making edits is with a tablet device. This is because, currently, a tablet is my only resource for making any. I used to use my local library to make edits but at some point in the past...six months I think, Wikia has made the page editor impossible to load on Internet Explorer 6 - a browser my local library refuses to upgrade from.

    Editing on a tablet makes it practically impossible to copy/paste text meaning I have to type out everything myself and as I mentioned in an earlier post, my long absences have meant that I've forgotten a lot of the templates, etc. that I used to know off by heart and therefore have to k…

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  • Pharuan Undearth vote for your #1 game guys theres other game too and Vote for SMITE vote against LoL its too old to mean anything for LoL. SMITE AND WARFRAME. Pharuan Undearth (talk) 05:29, March 6, 2014 (UTC)

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  • Hashimashadoo

    Frickin' Frustratin'

    February 7, 2014 by Hashimashadoo

    My internet is about to go down the toilet again. I've only had about five or six weeks (as usual, just about enough time for me to get used to it so I'll suffer more without it). I'll try and get on when I can but it'll be even less frequent than it has been lately. That means no more big articles, just relatively small contant addendums, grammar, admin duties, etc.

    Sorry. I can't wait until this crap can be sorted out but who knows when that'll be?

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  • Hashimashadoo

    So apparently, over in Ontario, The Greenwood is struggling with a lot of snowstorms. Here in England, we're all struggling with electical storms and a lot of rain.

    Despite it all, even though we've had half a dozen power cuts in the last 56 hours, I'm working my little socks off on a new Pathfinder Campaign that starts next week.

    Similarly, Ed, despite falling trees and metric tonnes of snow, is answering a backlog of Realmslore questions over on Candlekeep (via The Hooded One) as well as writing sourcebooks for the upcoming 5th edition.

    Hope everyone here had a happy holiday season - mine could have been better.

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  • Jellof

    Jellof Do'Urden

    December 18, 2013 by Jellof

    {{Person | image = | caption = The legendary ranger Drizzt Do'Urden. | name = Drizzt Do'Urden | true name = | alt_spelling = | titles = | aliases = | nicknames = | home

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  • Hashimashadoo

    I thought the categories were just taking a long time to catch up but I'd completely forgotten the sorting method we use for categorizing years detailed at Forgotten Realms Wiki:Sorting the years. All of the new pages that I've been making lately have been pushed right to the backs of their respective category pages.

    Grr. More work where I'm not adding content.

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  • Hashimashadoo

    D&D Next adventures

    November 22, 2013 by Hashimashadoo

    I recently got my hands on copies of Ghosts of Dragonspear Castle, Murder in Baldur's Gate and Legacy of the Crystal Shard. I haven't read all the way through any of them yet but I am intrigued by each in a different way.

    Ghosts is nothing special. I was really excited when I got it but then I found that over half of the book is 5e rules and blank pages. I'd MUCH rather have Wizards release Eric Boyd's Under Illefarn Anew instead. I haven't yet found a concrete date for the adventure's events yet either, though that's only annoying because of a side project I've been working on - The Grand History of the Realms Expansion Pack.

    Murder in Baldur's Gate is interesting in that it comes with a big ole map of the city but I was disappointed to see…

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  • Hashimashadoo


    November 8, 2013 by Hashimashadoo

    I finally figured out how to edit pages from a mobile device!

    Now if only doing so wasn't so laborious and I didn't have to share this thing with two other people I could actually get a decent amount of work done.

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  • Doonval ti bekk'har

    deity Template

    September 28, 2013 by Doonval ti bekk'har
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  • Hashimashadoo

    Finding the path

    September 18, 2013 by Hashimashadoo

    Not only have I had my internet time cut infernally short AGAIN, I find myself distracted by Paizo's wonderful RPG - Pathfinder.

    I never really converted from 3.5 to 4th edition DnD and I'm thinking of looking for people to playtest 5th edition with me but Pathfinder fixes all the issues I had with 3.5 without making a significant departure from the details that I've already memorized (I'm a walking encyclopedia of the 3.5 ruleset).

    Not only do I enjoy the rules, I also like the world of Golarion - the campaign setting for the vast majority of Pathfinder's adventures. A friend of mine burned me a DVD with all the pdfs they own so that I could begin work on writing and running games for them and I expect to begin buying some of the books in a…

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  • Dodorbon

    This one's for all of you Forgotten Realms fans!

    A small little fan fiction...

    Jhistal would have continued, but with a gentle push by Jarlaxle he followed the drow to stand up next to Kimmurial, who looked over Jhistal curiously. "This drow I have not met before. Is he from Ched Nasad?" the drow psionist asked.

    "Oei, I'm not from no Chad Nesbitt!" Jhistal said.

    "Ched Nasad." the psionist corrected.

    "Whatever." Jhistal said.

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  • Boo Too

    DnD Price List

    April 8, 2013 by Boo Too

    I've always been bothered by the lack of reasonableness of the official item price lists in DnD core books. There are alternate price lists out there but many seem to be wild guesses. I did some research and found actual Medieval prices for over 200 items. I put these into a spreadsheet and tied them back to the 3.5 official item price list as well as the treasure tables. I also created a formula so you can adjust the relative value of gold / item. I did this so if you want adventurers throwing gold around like crazy you can adjust the value of gold. Original posts at the Wizards community are here:…

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  • Hashimashadoo


    January 20, 2013 by Hashimashadoo

    My gaming group has had to stop meeting for the time being for two reasons involving the guy who hosts us. Reason the first: He has come down with a case of head lice and, so perturbed by them are myself and my players that we wish them gone before we return. Reason the second: His heartless grandfather will soon die of testicular cancer. The man is a vile brute who beat his wife, child and grandchild but, out of familial respect (and perhaps in hope of a deathbed apology) our host is going away to visit him before he dies.

    So there will be no Dungeons and Dragons for the nonce.

    I've been filling the time freed up by not gaming with reading. I've still got 2 books of George Martin's Song of Ice & Fire saga to get through and I've also been c…

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  • Draciilia


    January 7, 2013 by Draciilia

    How to make Talismans

    Items needed:

    ~ Something to be the talisman ( cloth with a sign on it, bell, bead, wand, etc.)

    ~ Lake, forest, feild, mountain, etc.

    Spiritual items needed:

    ~ Made up chant

    ~ Red moon ( something special happening in space: metiorite shower, full moon, red full moon works best,)


    Take the talisman hold it up to the moon and say the chant. If It's for you and your Best friend go ahead it still works-it works even more with two people! More magic is entered into the talisman with two people. Take a moment and breathe in the air and let the magic flow through you. Open your eyes and be happy. If you can, hang it over your bed, sleep next to it, or put it under your pillow. Sleep, sleep, sleep! The next day if you fin…

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  • Hashimashadoo


    December 9, 2012 by Hashimashadoo

    I had a lot more planned to do today but I just don't have the time.

    My psycological assessment this week resulted in therapy sessions being booked for every week. I hope they help me. Gods know I need them to.

    Got Elminster's Forgotten Realms as a Christmas present from one of my players. Looking forward to perusing its contents.

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  • Hashimashadoo

    Happy Birthday To Me

    October 27, 2012 by Hashimashadoo

    It's my birthday today. Unfortunately, I've been on my feet almost constantly since I woke up. Now is the first real chance I've had to sit down.

    I was recently diagnosed with depression which makes sense since I've been growing steadily more and more miserable over the past 5 years.

    A local doctor referred me to a councillor who was supposed to call me to tell me when a proper assessment of my state of mind could be scheduled. I recieved a letter yesterday which explained that they tried to call me but couldn't get through. This is utter rot as I saw the doctor write down my telephone number correctly and I've received no missed calls on my phone which has been on constantly since I met with her. The letter also said that if I don't contact…

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  • Cronje

    5E Realms

    August 17, 2012 by Cronje

    I watched the live video of GenCon with Ed Greenwood, and want to share what I learned:

    There will be an event that transitions from 4th to 5th edition, known as the Sundering. Ed has assured us that this isn't as jarring as the Time of Troubles or the Spellplague. This story will be told by six veteran Realms writers, each with their own novel. They are as follows:

    • The Companions - R.A. Salvatore
    • The Godborn - Paul S. Kemp
    • The Adversary - Erin M. Evans
    • The Reaver - Richard Lee Byers
    • The Sentinel - Troy Denning
    • The Herald - Ed Greenwood

    Second day edit: These novels will come out every two months starting in August of 2013.

    Wizards of the Coast will be publishing a number of adventures and then taking the results of those adventures (from sanctioned events,…

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  • Hashimashadoo

    Doubling the playing sessions has had the effect of the players getting more involved in the game. Going to have to stop doing that next month but until then I'm going to try and make the most of it.

    Last session was a bit of a disaster. The group encountered a gorgon during the last segment of the module. One breath attack later and 3/5ths of the party were turned to stone.

    Granted, the last two PCs managed to defeat 2 more encounters by themselves after the fact while they were searching for a way to free the rest, but when Despayr the black dragon, blessed by Shar, turned up to test their defences, he found them wanting. Both barely survived the encounter and decided on a stealthy approach but it wasn't good enough. The last survivor limp…

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  • Cronje

    My Status

    August 12, 2012 by Cronje

    I know I haven't been editing much lately. This is mostly due to the shift I've been assigned at work, which doesn't give me many daylight hours to get things done. However, I intend to clear up Category:Articles nominated for deletion on my next day off, which is this coming Thursday and maybe work on a few other issues.

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  • Hashimashadoo

    Bye again

    August 5, 2012 by Hashimashadoo

    I came back from a great evening out with friends and loved ones watching The Dark Knight Rises (great film btw) on the 25th of July, only to be told that I'd been disconnected from the internet again.

    I had just over 2 months of home internet since I was last in this same situation. Just enough time for me to have started making connections with people that I haven't spoken to since 2009, just enough time for me to become part of online communities - like this one - again, just enough time to make me depressed that I don't have something that I'd been getting on fine without for 3 years.

    I won't go into details but I'm really pissed off with those responsible for this.

    The gaming group is doing better. It's summer so we have more opportunit…

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  • Hashimashadoo


    July 17, 2012 by Hashimashadoo

    My players are whispering conspiratorially. I believe them to be writing their own adventures through which I will be playing. Oo-er :S

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  • Hashimashadoo


    June 19, 2012 by Hashimashadoo

    I'm always happy when I get my hands on new realmslore and I just got a hold of the Vampires of Waterdeep campaign from Dungeon Magazine issues 126, 127 & 128.

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  • Hashimashadoo

    One thing I'm getting annoyed with at the moment are battle maps. You have an encounter with a group of foes and then, solely to keep track of where everyone is standing, who is flanking who, who has line of sight to where, etc. you, as DM have to build a map - out of Dungeon Tiles if you have them or with paper if you don't.

    I mentioned a couple of posts ago that I was running the 'Weave Campaign' and in the second chaper of the first module of this campaign there are a couple of quite large scale encounters. For groups that are used to mostly dungeon delving and city-based games where the biggest rooms are mansion foyers, playing on a 27x39 grid map can feel more like a tabletop wargame than a skirmish. Now consider that a single Dungeon …

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  • Hashimashadoo

    From my user page, people can see when I am possibly available for editing/help.

    This is a drastic improvement over the situation I was in 2 weeks ago but still not ideal. I tend to sleep during a lot of the time that I could potentially go online and I can't spend all of my time on this site.

    However, as you've hopefully seen on pages like Thazalhar I am making more of an effort to source my articles whereas in the past, this was something that I'd decided to allay in order to input raw information.

    I am in great demand over on Legacy of Kain wiki but this site will always come first.

    Of course, tonight is Thursday which, for the forseeable future, is game night and thus I will be preoccupied preparing for it during the day and running it at …

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