What sort of astronomical data does the book have? Are we talking of a list of constellations? Are there maps of the heavens? Does it tell you anything about the sun and moon? Does it list any planets or anything else?RPG Geek page for Kingdoms of Kalamar Campaign Setting Sourcebook wrote:The Kingdoms of Kalamar Campaign Setting Sourcebook contains everything players and GMs alike need to set their Dungeons and Dragons 3.0 campaign in the world of Tellene. It contains full color interior illustrations and maps, extensive details on all regions of the world and it inhabitants, notes on languages, gods and laws, and astronomical and currency data.
This entry is for the 3rd Edition.
RPG Geek also says that The Root of All Evil starts off with a meteor:
This seems to suggest that mithril might be mined from asteroids found up in the space around the world.RPG Geek page for The Root of All Evil wrote:This exciting book is the first role-playing adventure module set in the newest 3rd edition Dungeons and Dragons campaign setting, the Kingdoms of Kalamar third edition. The epic story begins in the northern country of Shynabyth where the players are assembled to find the remnants of a meteor said to be made of the rare substance mithril. However, what they uncover is a plot to construct a powerful magic relic. Unfortunately the artifact is a tool for wickedness and the players soon find themselves on a quest to Reanaaria Bay to find the means to destroy the evil item and its insidious master, before she destroys them. The Root of All Evil is an official 3rd edition Dungeons and Dragons adventure for first level characters.
And if the "powerful magic relic" comes from space, that might be a hook that could take a Spelljamming campaign down to explore the world. Or maybe a way to infer some stuff to go into "Kalamarspace".
The Root of All Evil is the first part of the Coin of Power Trilogy (followed by Forging Darkness and Coin's End). Do the other books give any more information about space?
Are there any other KoK books with a space connection?