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Lore Drake
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"Satis eloquentiae sapientiae parum." - Caius Sallustius Crispus.

Heh, heh.
Brian Miller

"Romani ite domum" (John Cleese from The Life of Brian)

...so we can finally get back to writing in english.
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Sat Jun 17, 2006 12:19 am
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Oops. Sorry we got carried away in your thread, Brian.
I love Latin and the great quotes from those famous personages! Hmm, maybe we ought to go back and give the English translation, eh Serleran?

Oh and then get back on topic!
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Sat Jun 17, 2006 12:24 am
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Rhuvein wrote:
Oops. Sorry we got carried away in your thread, Brian.
I love Latin and the great quotes from those famous personages! Hmm, maybe we ought to go back and give the English translation, eh Serleran?

Oh and then get back on topic!



Try out the dungeon and give me your input and I suppose I could let it slide THIS time.
Brian Miller

(just kidding of course...though I always appreciate feedback).
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Sat Jun 17, 2006 12:29 am
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Sorry Brian. I was just into the Latin debate... been a while.
As for the module, I downloaded it, read it over in a cursory manner (had to head out of town), but I liked what I saw. You've got a gift for making what might seem "ordinary," and turning it into something unexpected. Its cool. If I were a CK (I just play in a game currently), I can easily see myself adapting elements of Killer Ogres, though in my case, I'd have to add in some horror elements... just my style.


Sat Jun 17, 2006 4:01 am
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As for the module, I downloaded it, read it over in a cursory manner (had to head out of town), but I liked what I saw. You've got a gift for making what might seem "ordinary," and turning it into something unexpected. Its cool. If I were a CK (I just play in a game currently), I can easily see myself adapting elements of Killer Ogres, though in my case, I'd have to add in some horror elements... just my style.



Dude, then you might get a kick out of my high-level upcoming mod..."Millenial Deathtrap".

...And thanks for the pat on the back...always good to hear.

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Sat Jun 17, 2006 9:54 am
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Here's the links to the "print friendlier" versions (no parchment background except for the map). Pics are still in color.
http://24.159.235.164:8000/miller6%20we ... iendly.pdf
http://24.159.235.164:8000/miller6%20we ... iendly.zip

Right click and "save as" to your local drive then open them up in acrobat reader to print them.

Grab 'em while you can. I'm not leaving these links posted for long. I was planning to save the print friendly versions for RPGnow (maybe as a compilation of these and the rest of the killer cave series).

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