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Fedman Kassad

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About Fedman Kassad

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  • Birthday 04/01/1966

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  • RPG Biography
    Started with the Holmes D&D booklet ordered out of the back of the June 1979 edition of Issac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine. Full Grognard.
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    Runequest, Traveller, BRP, Pathfinder, D&D
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    BC Canada
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  1. Is there any plans for official publications set in the Wastelands?
  2. I just purchased the entire Sandheart set 😃 Awesome stuff...
  3. Hi folks, Since the days of RQ2-3 I have always been fascinated by the Wastelands... The Copper Sands, the Plateau of Statues, Swamps, Broo, the Chaos Box... All sound so cool and adventurous! Are there any published works on this fascinating area (beside the Guide)? Any adventures? Any collections of Lore? Has anyone run an adventure there? If not, can this thread be the genesis of that collection of Lore to help with my fascination?
  4. I created a list of all the spells in RBoM with their page numbers in a spreadsheet for those of us who use such things... List-of-spells-from-RBoM.xls
  5. Sidebar Question: Do Dragonewts have their own currency? What do they use for money/trade
  6. The one thing that is clear to me is that the Tithe has to be given immediately! For as we all know... "Time and Tithe Wait for No Man"
  7. I always imagined the end of the LBQ going something like this: "Orlanth stood with Yelm in the Hall of the Dead, and saw before him two paths... One path was a path of light, and showed Yelm put back on his throne, back as the Emperor of all Gods, back as the Ruler of the Celestial Court, back as a Lord that even Orlanth must recognize as the One above All... This path rid the world of all Chaos but made he and his people thralls for eternity... and Orlanth cried out and cast his gaze from this path. The other path was darker, and saw the taint of Chaos spread throughout the
  8. Does anyone remember when this was a thread about the mortality of populations living in a magical world?
  9. Hold on... Was there a write up about a Cult of Indlas Somer... I seem to remember owning a magazine that had something like that... Surfer Runelords and Bikini Priestesses...
  10. I would maybe base the cult selection "bias" on the source material available when you started playing RQ? I had the RQ2 book, Cults of Prax, and the Pavis Boxed Set... those three documents created a love of Yelmalio (Ruric FTW), Baboons and Daka Fal in me that has never left, and provided a setting that was obviously Prax biased. I never got (and still don't have) a real love of the Dragon Pass and it's environs, and didn't often set campaigns or adventures there.
  11. Since the early days of RQ2, I can say that none of my players (nor myself) have ever had an Orlanth cultist PC, nor an Ernalda cultist PC. Orlanth was always seen as "Too Establishment" or even the bad guys cult (I have had a number of Lunar based or Lunar friendly parties). I find that cult choices fall more along the lines of the "type" of player or type of PC that the player is looking to play: Storm Bull (the barbarians), Lhankor Mhy (the sages/mages), Issaries or Etyries (the traders), Chalana Arroy (the healers), Yelmalio (the knights/soldiers), Humakt (the fighters), 7 Mothers/R
  12. Belintar isn't dead... The reason that the Tournament of the Masters of Luck and Death isn't finding a new body for the God-King of the Holy Country is that the divine essence of Belintar is on vacation at a nice B&B in Pamaltela and doesn't want to go back to work...
  13. So let me outline a tale… Yelmalio and the Orb of Sovereignty Yelm sat upon his throne as the ruler of the celestial court and above him shone the “Orb of Authority” - a manifestation of Yelm’s divine power visible to all other entities as his Sun aspect - and because of the Orb’s position in the sky, the Orb of Authority provided Yelm vision over his vast domain, hence “Orb of the Eye” – the orb that was Yelm’s eye-in-the-sky. But malevolent gods turned upon Yelm and used the dark power of Death to strike him down. Yelm fell from the sky and was made prisoner in the realm of He
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