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multizar wrote:I just started reading, but I noticed on page 3 in paragraph 2, the first mention of the wasting disease is misspelled.
I will keep reading and let you know what I think...so far so good !!!!
multizar wrote:A particular favorite of mine is the final page. It is so reminiscent of the old gazatteers
Seer of Yhog wrote:Nice changes to the document! Can't wait to see how this campaign unfolds.
Havard wrote:Some PR:
http://blackmoormystara.blogspot.com/20 ... -free.html
rossik wrote:just downloaded, and its a awesome material!
wished for bigger maps (maybe if they where splited in 4 parts, of something)
also, i dont get why adhuza is "x" this and "x" that..please share this info with us ó__ò
hyrieus wrote:It's very good. Definitely a good time and place to fling PC's into.
I'm going to pick up a small point and run with it, from the Lupins p60, "After the rise of Nithia, it is a Lupin that is credited with destroying the last were-hawk"
Night Howlers has the were-hawks existing from AC406 to AC593 and being slain by Ruadrhi Hawkbane an elf. The Silver Hunter may not have acted alone though. Certainly Lupin and Pegataurs would be amongst his most likely allies. Lupins could slay the last were-hawk in Ylaurum, prehaps in an organisation known as the Pack of the Shifting Scent?
hyrieus wrote:Or, it could be mythic lycanthropy, that allows us Azcan were-jaguars and Brute-men were-sabretooth. i could well imagine followers of Horon being gifted the abilities of a were-hawk as a blessing rather than a curse, being "reborn" with the countenance of Horon and the gifts of flight.Beginning again as a low level were-creature is simply part of a test from the immortal to remind them of humility.
hyrieus wrote:After the fall of Nithia, which could be down to Outer Being corruption, the were-hawks had become compromised and the canine Plfarr/Ranivorous axis took measures against them. The Thanatos/trafficking with elementals explanation for the Spell of Oblivion is simply a cover story for the involvement with the OBs. Which doesn't necessarily make it untrue, Thanatos may secretly courting OBs in the hope to become an Old One, and summoning elementals may be a gateway magick to more serious other-dimensional contacts.
hyrieus wrote:Prehaps a true order of were-hawk paladins of Horon exist in an isolated eyrie upon the Great Escarpment of the Isle of Dawn. Much as Osiris has an order of Druids in ape-form upon White isle in Ierendi. Possibly they guard against a day when the Outer Ones return.
The leader of the Lupins could be named Hubak, known to the Renardois as Saimpt-Hubert (after the RW patron saint of werewolf hunters)
Scaevola wrote:Ok don't worry, I recovered my google account and downloaded the stuff. Cheers!
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