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    Wed May 25, 2005 9:19 am  
    LG: The Fields of Padyr

    Living Greyhawk has issued another interesting take in its Mysterious Places line of articles. Check out The Fields of Padyr...

    HERE.

    Happy gaming
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    Wed May 25, 2005 8:20 pm  

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    Kalim liberated them from the body of a Komali adventurer he murdered in Kester.
    WOO! That's what happens when a komali adventurer goes to Ull! Beware, outsiders! Cool article, about time they did a Baklunish area.
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    Fri May 27, 2005 5:14 am  

    mortellan wrote:
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    Kalim liberated them from the body of a Komali adventurer he murdered in Kester.
    WOO! That's what happens when a komali adventurer goes to Ull! Beware, outsiders! Cool article, about time they did a Baklunish area.


    Amen. Agreed, cool article. As I am planning to run a protracted scenario in the Baklunish States/Sea of Dust, this would fit well into my plans, bwah, ha ha! Happy One of my players is a treasure hunter, and also has some Baklunish blood--getting her to get involved with Kalim will be easy. Happy

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    Sat May 28, 2005 9:45 am  

    Good stuff!!! But...how does one browse to the rest of the Mysterious Places articles? I poked around and can only find the articles on languages, gods, and Keoland.
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    Sat May 28, 2005 10:33 am  
    I'll Find Them

    basiliv wrote:
    ...how does one browse to the rest of the Mysterious Places articles?
    I know where they all are. They are spread out all over the RPGA's Website. I'll get all of the Mysterious Places articles and list their links in order. Give me a bit of time, and I'll make that happen. Mind you, there have not been very many. But. I'll get what has been published.
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    Sat May 28, 2005 5:51 pm  

    Thanks much Greyson, that would rock!
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    Sat May 28, 2005 8:17 pm  
    Another Thread

    Okay, Greyhawkers. I put the list of LG Mysterious Places in its own thread so people didnot have to scroll down to find it and so that it was easily recognizable for other forum users. It is, of course, in the LG Mysterious Places thread.

    Happy gaming.
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