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Will



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PostPosted: Sun May 13, 2007 3:47 pm    Post subject: Relationship Map Reply with quote

Solid lines denote alliances or friendships; lines with a cross-line through them denote rivalries and enmity; dotted lines represent strained or complicated relationships. It's not much to go on, I know, but feel free to ask about anything.

Cranzer, Aundurach, Panshazek, Maskaleyne, Marynnek, and Vayne comprise Iuz's Lesser Boneheart. Jumper, Halga, Althea, Null, Kermin, and Xenvelen comprise the Greater Boneheart.

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Lastman



Joined: 25 Oct 2006
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PostPosted: Mon May 14, 2007 3:04 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Not only does Nonet dress like Chairman Kaga from Iron Chef...

If memory serves: Izlen was a couple inches from the monastery on the map, with a supply line to Dorakka unobstructed by nature. A formidable bastion of Iuz to be sure, yet Philidor the Blue opposes its ruler Panshazek the Vile.

Questions about Philidor:
1. is he an elf?
2. how long has he maintained opposition to Pan/Iuz? Is it weakening?
3. does he have a stronghold?
4. does he have an army, or operate on a smaller scale?
5. did he correspond with any of the monasteries/temples?
6. do we know of his major victories?
7. is he famous for anything? (e.g., rides a dragon, lives in floating castle, can summon huge elementals)

8.+ Fiddle with the questions and apply to Panshazek the Vile.

Proximity and a potential ally make the Izlen region a contender for next stop.
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Will



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PostPosted: Fri May 25, 2007 9:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Sorry for taking so long, Eddie.

The following information can be gleaned from Master Kault's journals and letters, found at the monastery. Its accuracy is by no means guaranteed, mind you. Wink

  1. Yes, he is a high (i.e., normal PHB) elf.
  2. The first known appearance of Philidor the Blue was about a year ago, when he rescued a small elven community from an Iuzite warband, weaving powerful, beautiful magicks to destroy the evil warriors. He disappeared after the battle as quickly as he had arrived. Philidor is quite the thorn in Panshazek's side, but even with his help, the elves of the Vesve are fighting for their lives.
  3. There is no mention of any stronghold.
  4. He operates on a very small scale. His recorded activities consist entirely of stories like the one above.
  5. No.
  6. There doesn't seem to be any single major victory of his; rather, a great many smaller victories that add up to major problems for Panshazek and his boys.
  7. The only things he is renowned for are his elusiveness, his heroism, his skill and talent for magic, and the strange, flowing blue hair for which he is named. I'll also note that you recognize the word "philidor"; it is the elven word for "savior."


As for Panshazek: He is human, and has been a member of Iuz's Lesser Boneheart for some time. He commands the armies of the area, and operates out of Izlen under Halga of the Greater Boneheart, though she is often away from the city. Kault's early journal entries reveal contempt of Panshazek's apparent infatuation with his commander, Halga.

That's about it. Allez cuisine, motherfuckers. Wink

-Will
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