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Idrisian Sphere fan gazetteer (in Italian)

Posted: Tue Oct 17, 2017 4:41 pm
by Yaztromo
This http://www.roberto.roma.it/public/downl ... 0Idris.pdf is Omnibius last treat! 110 pages of beauty, with something for everybody!
Havard will enjoy the various races of Frogmen, for example! ;)

Re: Idrisian Sphere fan gazetteer (in Italian)

Posted: Sun Oct 22, 2017 1:10 pm
by Havard
Cool.

Looks like a collection of the Idrisian Sphere series of Gazetteers from the GazF line? Do you know if anything else was included as well?

-Havard

Re: Idrisian Sphere fan gazetteer (in Italian)

Posted: Mon Oct 23, 2017 9:41 am
by Omnibius
Much information comes from GazF, others from Simone Neri's work, others added to completing the geographic region in coherence with history. In particular, the history of the various GazF has been unified. I hope the job you like.

Re: Idrisian Sphere fan gazetteer (in Italian)

Posted: Thu Oct 26, 2017 10:16 pm
by Carillion
Hello Omnibus

This certainly looks most interesting! Many thanks for posting this.

One question - on the map, you appear to have placed the nation of Pojaara. However, in GazF10, this was a faerie realm which was not situated on Mystara (although it could be accessed from it via magical portals). Is this therefore another nation with the same name, or have you developed a different take on Pojaara? Unfortunately, I can't read Italian, so I can't determine this from the Gazeteer itself!


Carillion

Re: Idrisian Sphere fan gazetteer (in Italian)

Posted: Fri Oct 27, 2017 9:27 am
by Omnibius
I entered the territory of Pojara but in reality this territory coexists with the extra planar part and the fairy creatures pass from mistara to their plan. Humans or other creatures are hosted or expelled from the territory.

Re: Idrisian Sphere fan gazetteer (in Italian)

Posted: Sun Oct 29, 2017 12:14 am
by Carillion
Hello Omnibius

Many thanks for the response.

So in effect, those lands guard the portals which give access to Pojaara, but are at the same time still distinct from it. That makes sense, given the historic connections.

Regards,

Carillion