Vahkund and the I Series: Praises and Questions

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Vahkund and the I Series: Praises and Questions

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First, I cannot get over how freaking awsome this is. I have been bored senseless from the other settings in the D20 multiverse, and this is just what the doctor ordered. As a huge fan of the Warhammer Fantasy RPG setting (but not the rules), this really smacks of the grim, gritty feel, complete with german styled names and such. The writing style and mood of this series just plain kicks butt.

I want to know if there are more maps available on Inzae. What lies to the north of Frisia? Is there a larger map of the Vahkund region? Will there be? I searched for downloadable maps also, but to no avail. And for the love of God, I need a pronunciation guide people. I am butchering these names. I think the end of I3 has a short pronunciation guide, but it doesn't help too much. I want a glossary with the phonetic pronunciation for each word. Kdyzj, Dzeebagd, and all those cool looking words.....

Is there an Inzae Folio in the works, perhaps?

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PIperdog wrote:
Is there an Inzae Folio in the works, perhaps?
http://www.freeyabb.com/phpbb/viewtopic ... llordgames

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Here's a start on pronunciation and some other info. Poke around in the Rings of Brass forum for a few Inzae threads.
http://www.freeyabb.com/phpbb/viewtopic ... llordgames
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There is another map from Bergholt that Davis gave permission to post. If you send me a PM with your e-mail address, I can send you the map. It's not huge or hugely detailed but does show what's north of Frisia and should be helpful for anyone running their campaign in Inzae.

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Thanks guys.

Rhuvein, I sent you a pm with my email address. That would be awsome if you could send me the map. Is there any descriptions of the locales and environs of the areas shown on the map, or do I pretty much have to make them up for now?

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PIperdog wrote:
Thanks guys.

Rhuvein, I sent you a pm with my email address. That would be awsome if you could send me the map. Is there any descriptions of the locales and environs of the areas shown on the map, or do I pretty much have to make them up for now?

I'll send it shortly. There are no decriptions other than name of area/town. That info is probably contained in some of the Inzae modules or possibly inside various threads that Davis or others have posted in the Rings of Brass forum.

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