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FYI for the curious!: http://hillcantons.blogspot.com/2011/08/no-borders-or-limits-conversation-w ith.html

Allan.


I thought folks might not have noticed some recent posts on Rob's blog about his plans to release levels from Castle El Raja Key in 2010: see
http://lordofthegreendragons.blogspot.com/ in general, and http://lordofthegreendragons.blogspot.com/2009/12/on-horizon-castle-el-raja -key.html in particular.

Allan.


...from the land of radio silence. If you're interested in any juicy Maure Castle details, now's a good time to ask: http://piedpiperpublishing.yuku.com/forums/27

Allan.


So, I guess I got it into my head that on 1 October 2007, I'd get to read the new version of the Lost Caverns of Tsojcanth in WotC's new DI Dungeon.

Well, today's the 2nd and still no changes @ http://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x=dnd/dungeon

Anyone know when we're going to start seeing content?

Allan.


So, Dungeon 148's editorial hints that we'll get to see stats for Iggwilv prior to the magazine ending, which is quite exciting!

James: what hints/teasers/etc. can you drop before the article appears, and do you know which issue it'll be in?

Allan.


Which issues have the DoI articles in them? A friend wants to buy them up before they're all gone, if possible :D

Allan.


With the move of Dungeon and Dragon to the WotC website, were there any terms/discussions about what will happen to the Dragon/Dungeon messageboard content that has been hosted @ Paizo?

If it's all going to disappear in September (or whenever), there are some posts I'll certainly want to save....

Allan.


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The Tooth of Ahazu---the tooth of a (new?), long-lost demon lord, is listed as "part of a larger collection known to scholars and sages as the teeth of Dahlver-Nar."

This an interesting take on Dahlver-Nar's teeth, since in the 1e DMG he's a saint, and the teeth are his own, with presumably good-based powers/effects. It sounds now like the redefined collection collection may be teeth drawn from Dahlver-Nar's (defeated?) foes, as well as his own (or perhaps none are his own teeth any longer, which changes the entire tenor of the artifact...).

Anyone care to share some more details on this and/or more about the presumed other teeth that will turn up later in the AP?

It's also interesting that the Rod of Seven Parts and the Teeth of Dahlver-Nar are the largest multipart artifacts in the canon, and that they're being piecemealed out as part of the APs (Ro7P in Age of Worms, of course).

It's also quite nice to see them in use! Thanks for thinking of us old guys ;)

Allan.


James---

What's the possibility of getting a cross-section or elevation of the various levels of MC, to show them in relation to one another. Based on the info from WG5, and the MC Dungeon installments, I think we'd have three main groups of content:

- the castle itself
- the original side-levels from WG5
- the main dungeons of the castle, which are linked to the WG5 side-levels via the corridor that leads to the Statuary

It would be useful to be able to see all of these in relation to one another, as well as to get a better sense of the depth between the various levels and sub-levels too (for teleportation, ddoor, etc.).

Any chance we'll be able to see something like this, perhaps drawn by Chris West? :D

Allan.


While we're waiting for the next level of Maure Castle to arrive, I thought folks might be interested in a review of Rob Kuntz's recently published Cairn of the Skeleton King adventure.

I posted a review on my web site at [url]http://www.greyhawkonline.com/grodog/games_reviews_cotsk.html[/url].
While I have published RJK's works in the past, and remain a fan of his creative efforts, I didn't have anything to do with the production of CotSK (other than arranging for some printing quotes), so I thought I'd be a good candidate to write a review :D

Allan.


I'm very curious to check out the Greater Halls!! :D


Erik, James, et al---

I've read some rumors online that WotC isn't going to allow you to publish any more GH stuff after AoW concludes. Given that you're continuing to work with Rob Kuntz on Maure Castle (which can be made generic, I suppose [and wasn't originally set in GH anyway]), and I've read here that the next AP will be set in GH also (just posted recently by James IIRC), I was already disinclined to believe the rumor.

But, I thought it would be worth touching base with you to see where things stand: any light you can shed would be very appreciated!

Thanks!


Any chance we can get the older MC posts from the general Dungeon forum moved here?


Hey Erik---

While updating my Dungeon index of Greyhawk adventures, I noticed that images of your planning notes from the Age of Worms were incorporated as part of the background for several of your "From the Editor" columns.

You have some interesting little tidbits revealed there! Are they from your actual notes that we'll end up seeing later down the line, or are they red herrings and/or simple background "color"?

Allan.


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Hi Erik---

Another great Maure Castle level in this month's Dungeon. I had some Qs and general comments that I posted over on Rob's boards, thought you might want to chime in on some of them, too:

[url]http://p085.ezboard.com/fpiedpiperpublishingfrm22.showMessage?topicID=14.to pic[/url]

BTW, has Paizo upgraded the USPS postage/mailing class of service through which subscribers receive issues? I haven't received a mangled issue, or have one not arrive at all for the past six months or so.


Hi guys---

I received Dragon 326 in the mail yesterday, and have been reading the contents.

However, the cover to my issue has a large crease in it, and multiple smaller dog-ears near the open corners; there are several small tears or slices in the cover and some of these run through the first 20 pages or so; there are also many small dings in the pages edges of the cover that don't tear, but do indent into the rest of the magazine as well.

Unfortunately, this isn't a rare problem with Dungeon or Dragon: issues that are semi-mangled like this arrived in my mailbox with some regularity.

I've been a subscriber to Dragon on and off since about issue 66 or so. I don't recall problems like this when Dragon (and later Dungeon) shipped in the brown paper Dragon Publishing mailing wrappers. I would think that the polybags actually help to protect the magazines, but that just doesn't seem to be the case. Oddly, though, my polybags aren't usually as mangled as the issue inside them---either the various nicks/etc. are there in the magazine before it's polybagged, or they occur in transit while the magazine's in the polybag. The bag itself is somewhat loose, so that seems possible.

Am I alone in this problem?

Allan.
grodog@pacbell.net


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