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    Fri Jul 27, 2007 4:58 am  
    Where is everyone?

    Hi guys,

    Just wondering if there's a list of geographical and political regions where all the demi-humans in Greyhawk can be found. There's a lot of lists for the humans (Oeridian, Suloise, et. al.) but not much for the other races.

    Granted there's Celene for elves, Pomarj for humanoids - but is there a definitive list anywhere?

    Appreciate the help,
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    Mon Aug 13, 2007 1:55 pm  

    If you have the 1983 WoGH boxed set, I would look at the Glossography where population distributions are charted in exceptional detail. Gives one a fine overview of each region's inhabitants, human, demi-human, and humanoid alike.
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    Mon Aug 13, 2007 7:55 pm  

    Ghul wrote:
    If you have the 1983 WoGH boxed set, I would look at the Glossography where population distributions are charted in exceptional detail. Gives one a fine overview of each region's inhabitants, human, demi-human, and humanoid alike.


    You can either go through entry-by-entry and look at population totals, or IIRC, there is a table for use on character generation where you select race, roll, and it produces a nation or region for your character.
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    Tue Aug 14, 2007 6:24 am  

    Kirt wrote:
    Ghul wrote:
    If you have the 1983 WoGH boxed set, I would look at the Glossography where population distributions are charted in exceptional detail. Gives one a fine overview of each region's inhabitants, human, demi-human, and humanoid alike.


    You can either go through entry-by-entry and look at population totals, or IIRC, there is a table for use on character generation where you select race, roll, and it produces a nation or region for your character.


    DMPrata did something for that:

    http://knights-n-knaves.com/dmprata/Place%20of%20Birth.pdf
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    Wed Aug 15, 2007 5:24 am  

    Thanks people, your help's much appreciated

    Looks like I'm gonna have to bite the bullet and compile all those wandering monster tables in the glossography after all - no easy task for someone as bone idle as my good self!

    The DMPrata download is an excellent starting point though - cheers for that Wolfsire!
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    Wed Aug 15, 2007 8:45 am  

    BobCarolgees wrote:
    The DMPrata download is an excellent starting point though - cheers for that Wolfsire!


    You are welcome. You are also freaking me out. Up until a couple of months ago, for a couple of years, I used your picture as my avatar. Laughing However, I always though it was off base, thinking that it looked more like a coyote than a Wolf (my son's name).

    Ten kudo points to anyone who can figure out why my present avatar is off base.
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    Sun Nov 04, 2007 5:46 am  

    Wolfsire wrote:
    Ten kudo points to anyone who can figure out why my present avatar is off base.

    The jester doesn't notice the trapper about to envelope him?
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    Sun Nov 04, 2007 5:36 pm  

    Nice guess, but no.

    The picture is of Loki, who it seem invented a magical net. But that is a side issue. Loki was not the sire of a wolf. He was the MOTHER of the wolf Fenris! Laughing
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