[Kalibruhn] What is Known About Rob Kuntz Setting?

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[Kalibruhn] What is Known About Rob Kuntz Setting?

Postby Havard » Sun Jan 24, 2016 6:35 pm

What is known about Rob Kuntz' Kalibruhn Setting?

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Re: [Kalibruhn] What is Known About Rob Kuntz Setting?

Postby Big Mac » Thu Apr 14, 2016 3:18 am

I never heard about this before, but I found a very informative blog entry called World of Kalibruhn, 2nd Iteration by Rob Kuntz himself.

It looks like he had been keeping quiet on Kalibruhn, but had decided to start writing about it. I'm not sure if there would be an actual product out there, but it looks like Noble Knight had the manuscript of "Supplement #5 - Kalibruhn" on sale, at one point.
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Re: [Kalibruhn] What is Known About Rob Kuntz Setting?

Postby Big Mac » Thu Apr 14, 2016 3:55 am

I found something on Amazon, called Garden of the Plantmaster that is supposedly an AD&D compatible book for Kalibruhn.

It was published by a company called "Creations Unlimited" that I don't know.

Sadly, there are now reviews of it, so I'm not sure if this is an actual Kalibruhn product, or if someone assumed a connection, because it was written by Rob Kuntz.
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Re: [Kalibruhn] What is Known About Rob Kuntz Setting?

Postby Angel Tarragon » Thu Apr 14, 2016 4:57 am

Big Mac wrote:I found something on Amazon, called Garden of the Plantmaster that is supposedly an AD&D compatible book for Kalibruhn
This was updated to 3E and stuck in Kalamar.
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Re: [Kalibruhn] What is Known About Rob Kuntz Setting?

Postby Havard » Fri Sep 29, 2017 11:24 pm

From what I undertand, Maure Castle, was a representation of El Raja Key which is the main castle of Kalibruhn. What are the best resources for El Raja Key?

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Re: [Kalibruhn] What is Known About Rob Kuntz Setting?

Postby Alzrius » Sat Sep 30, 2017 12:16 am

Havard wrote:From what I undertand, Maure Castle, was a representation of El Raja Key which is the main castle of Kalibruhn. What are the best resources for El Raja Key?


That would be the El Raja Key Archive.

I picked up the Collector's Edition a few weeks ago, and wow was it worth it!

Also, don't forget to check out the material he published through Pied Piper Publishing, as well as Creations Unlimited (i.e. Garden of the Plantmaster and the Maze of Zayene, plus that promo flyer for his unpublished City of Brass module).
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Re: [Kalibruhn] What is Known About Rob Kuntz Setting?

Postby Havard » Sat Sep 30, 2017 12:43 am

Alzrius wrote:
Havard wrote:From what I undertand, Maure Castle, was a representation of El Raja Key which is the main castle of Kalibruhn. What are the best resources for El Raja Key?


That would be the El Raja Key Archive.


Ah yes, I was meaning to buy this when it first came out, but I never got around to it. I think I was a little confused about this not being a print or traditional PDF product, but instead something you could get on a DVD or flash player.

I picked up the Collector's Edition a few weeks ago, and wow was it worth it!


What's the difference between all of these different versions? Do you recommend getting the Collector's Edition over the standard or basic versions?
Also, don't forget to check out the material he published through Pied Piper Publishing, as well as Creations Unlimited (i.e. Garden of the Plantmaster and the Maze of Zayene, plus that promo flyer for his unpublished City of Brass module).
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Ah yes, I do own the Maze of Zayene material.

Is there a complete product list for this setting anywhere?

How much of RJK's Greyhawk material fits into Kalibruhn?

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