The Codex of Aihrde is intensely readable.

The Worlds of Aihrde (Erde), Inzae, their history, game play and more.
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The Codex of Aihrde is intensely readable.

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Yeah, I like to sit back, and read much like I would a favoured novel.

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Indeedy, it's so filled with flavour and good ideas, just having this resource would be enough for endless campaign hooks.
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Just saw this online for $ 15 on a scratch/dent sale. Worth it? My home campaign is in Greyhawk, but I'm always looking for ideas.

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maximus wrote:Just saw this online for $ 15 on a scratch/dent sale. Worth it? My home campaign is in Greyhawk, but I'm always looking for ideas.
Greyhawk is just one continent on a big planet, so you could make the main continent of Aihrde one of your other continents.
Since its 20,000 I suggest "Captain Nemo" as his title. Beyond the obvious connection, he is one who sails on his own terms and ignores those he doesn't agree with...confident in his journey and goals.
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slimykuotoan wrote:Yeah, I like to sit back, and read much like I would a favoured novel.

Well done Trolls.
The Codex is out? Where to buy?

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captcorajus wrote:
slimykuotoan wrote:Yeah, I like to sit back, and read much like I would a favoured novel.

Well done Trolls.
The Codex is out? Where to buy?
Its been out for over a year. The OP is MArch of LAST year.

As for where to buy, TLG's online store is a good place to start for a print copy.
Since its 20,000 I suggest "Captain Nemo" as his title. Beyond the obvious connection, he is one who sails on his own terms and ignores those he doesn't agree with...confident in his journey and goals.
Sounds obvious to me! -Gm Michael

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Treebore wrote:
captcorajus wrote:
slimykuotoan wrote:Yeah, I like to sit back, and read much like I would a favoured novel.

Well done Trolls.
The Codex is out? Where to buy?
Its been out for over a year. The OP is MArch of LAST year.

As for where to buy, TLG's online store is a good place to start for a print copy.
Actually found a used copy on Ebay, in like new condition I purchased. Thanks for the heads up. I looked online at their store, and it was a bit difficult in the navigation. I found a link ABOUT the Codes, but that didn't have a link to buy, and the store itself... ugh. Anyway, I got one on the way. Thanks for the good words, because I have 'After Winter's Dark' and was looking for something with more meat.

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Just got my Codes of Airhde in the mail today. Its epic.

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captcorajus wrote:Just got my Codes of Airhde in the mail today. Its epic.
Glad you enjoy it too!
Since its 20,000 I suggest "Captain Nemo" as his title. Beyond the obvious connection, he is one who sails on his own terms and ignores those he doesn't agree with...confident in his journey and goals.
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is the intro the same as "The Andanuth"? I read that but haven't done more than crack the codex open to look at the pictures and look up some minor stuff.

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anvil242 wrote:is the intro the same as "The Andanuth"? I read that but haven't done more than crack the codex open to look at the pictures and look up some minor stuff.
I believe the Andanuth and the first part of the Codex are the same, but I only own the Codex.

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Just got it at Gary Con, like it so far.

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