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  Topic: The Land and Kevin's Wards in Dungeons & Dragons...
Forestal

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PostForum: The Entire Chronicles   Posted: Sat Jun 29, 2019 2:27 pm   Subject: The Land and Kevin's Wards in Dungeons & Dragons...
Hellish though it may be, the Atlas of The Land clearly shows that the Earthblood is under Melenkurion Skyweir, so I'm not sure where the logical leap for Damelon's Door to lead to fouls creche is. (A ...
  Topic: The Land and Kevin's Wards in Dungeons & Dragons...
Forestal

Replies: 48
Views: 6371

PostForum: The Entire Chronicles   Posted: Mon Jun 10, 2019 8:20 am   Subject: The Land and Kevin's Wards in Dungeons & Dragons...
I don't know about impressive, it's just a few dots on a map, but it was interesting to me that all evidence thus far suggests a grouping like this. Is there more information RE: the wards in the GI?
  Topic: The Land and Kevin's Wards in Dungeons & Dragons...
Forestal

Replies: 48
Views: 6371

PostForum: The Entire Chronicles   Posted: Sun Jun 02, 2019 3:45 pm   Subject: The Land and Kevin's Wards in Dungeons & Dragons...
I'm surprised that I've never done this before, but I've been trying to decide where to place the Wards for my game... so I plotted the locations (approximately, and marked the Grieve for the 1st ward ...
  Topic: The Land and Kevin's Wards in Dungeons & Dragons...
Forestal

Replies: 48
Views: 6371

PostForum: The Entire Chronicles   Posted: Fri Feb 22, 2019 4:58 pm   Subject: The Land and Kevin's Wards in Dungeons & Dragons...
Given the nature of the last Chronicles - in that SRD used it as a medium to explain all the questions that we the readers (which he was aware of due in large part to this forum) had since the beginni ...
  Topic: Is it unrealistic to even attempt to make a movie?
Forestal

Replies: 172
Views: 42492

PostForum: The First and Second Chronicles of Thomas Covenant   Posted: Sat Jul 28, 2018 3:40 am   Subject: Is it unrealistic to even attempt to make a movie?
A Covenant series could go totally gonzo and start off with the Creator forging the world, Foul messing with it, the Creator locking him inside the Arch as punishment....then seque into TC at the Lepr ...
  Topic: Is it unrealistic to even attempt to make a movie?
Forestal

Replies: 172
Views: 42492

PostForum: The First and Second Chronicles of Thomas Covenant   Posted: Fri Jul 27, 2018 10:44 am   Subject: Re: Is it unrealistic to even attempt to make a movie?
That first episode would be a balancing act between laying out Covenant's miserable life and his fantastical translation to the Land.

I'm just getting mental images of Covenant falling and hitting ...
  Topic: Is it unrealistic to even attempt to make a movie?
Forestal

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Views: 42492

PostForum: The First and Second Chronicles of Thomas Covenant   Posted: Wed Jul 25, 2018 8:47 pm   Subject: Is it unrealistic to even attempt to make a movie?
"My name is Tricock. Can you guess why?"

Rooster breeder?
  Topic: Bodach glas?
Forestal

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PostForum: The First and Second Chronicles of Thomas Covenant   Posted: Tue May 08, 2018 4:18 pm   Subject: Bodach glas?
I don't see how Birinair could have had any forebodings about the death of the Giants

Unless by pure coincidence I suppose. It seems unlikely.
  Topic: Is it unrealistic to even attempt to make a movie?
Forestal

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PostForum: The First and Second Chronicles of Thomas Covenant   Posted: Wed Mar 28, 2018 12:14 pm   Subject: Is it unrealistic to even attempt to make a movie?
Everyone has bad days... and I think that anyone who's made something artistic can share the balking at the idea of someone twisting and torturing it to change it into another medium that it was never ...
  Topic: Bodach glas?
Forestal

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PostForum: The First and Second Chronicles of Thomas Covenant   Posted: Tue Feb 06, 2018 10:14 am   Subject: Bodach glas?
A necro-bump because I just re-read this passage and I questioned what it meant.

I like the idea of Birinair calling himself an old man, since it was clear that he was one.
  Topic: Grimmand Honninscrave, Gossamer Glowlimn and Bahgoon?
Forestal

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PostForum: The First and Second Chronicles of Thomas Covenant   Posted: Wed Jan 31, 2018 9:07 pm   Subject: Grimmand Honninscrave, Gossamer Glowlimn and Bahgoon?
To reference a totally unrelated story world - in D&D 3.5, Dragonlance, the Kagonesti (Wood Elves) would have a birthname (often like a Native American name - Sitting Wolf or Pouncing Tiger, that ...
  Topic: Grimmand Honninscrave, Gossamer Glowlimn and Bahgoon?
Forestal

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Views: 2134

PostForum: The First and Second Chronicles of Thomas Covenant   Posted: Tue Jan 30, 2018 4:51 pm   Subject: Grimmand Honninscrave, Gossamer Glowlimn and Bahgoon?
Well that's a less than satisfying reveal Sad

I should probably read some of that interview.. I see it referenced a lot and I've never done so.
  Topic: Grimmand Honninscrave, Gossamer Glowlimn and Bahgoon?
Forestal

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Views: 2134

PostForum: The First and Second Chronicles of Thomas Covenant   Posted: Tue Jan 30, 2018 1:45 pm   Subject: Grimmand Honninscrave, Gossamer Glowlimn and Bahgoon?
So, throughout the chronicles, the giants for the most part have a theme for their naming.
Saltheart Foamfollower - sea compass, Vigilall Scudweather - something to do with perceptiveness, Sparlimb ...
  Topic: Is it unrealistic to even attempt to make a movie?
Forestal

Replies: 172
Views: 42492

PostForum: The First and Second Chronicles of Thomas Covenant   Posted: Tue Jan 30, 2018 1:23 pm   Subject: Is it unrealistic to even attempt to make a movie?
I, personally, think that the rape scene could be done in such a way that shows Covenant's "temporary insanity". It would be easier to stomach if there were a flash-foward of a Raver before ...
  Topic: I Used to be A_Gunslinger
Forestal

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PostForum: The Summonsing   Posted: Tue Jan 30, 2018 4:48 am   Subject: I Used to be A_Gunslinger
I just like the idea that they used to be a gunslinger and now they're a comic book. Bang Reading
  Topic: THE KEVINSWATCH 15TH ANNIVERSARY REUNION IS DRAWING NIGH!
Forestal

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PostForum: Announcements + Suggestions + Q&A + Help   Posted: Mon Jan 29, 2018 6:52 am   Subject: THE KEVINSWATCH 15TH ANNIVERSARY REUNION IS DRAWING NIGH!
It is... but it might be worth looking into how that actually works, if the intention is to send messages to people to remind them the watch existed.

(and I assure you I never forgot it existed, I ...
  Topic: Atlas of the Land Illustrations
Forestal

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PostForum: Announcements + Suggestions + Q&A + Help   Posted: Sun Jan 28, 2018 4:55 pm   Subject: Atlas of the Land Illustrations
There is a page for Mithil Stonedown with all the houses laid out, in relation to the Mithil river. There's a bit of blurb along side it too, so it should give you a little better idea about it.

Th ...
  Topic: THE KEVINSWATCH 15TH ANNIVERSARY REUNION IS DRAWING NIGH!
Forestal

Replies: 21
Views: 5705

PostForum: Announcements + Suggestions + Q&A + Help   Posted: Sun Jan 28, 2018 6:45 am   Subject: THE KEVINSWATCH 15TH ANNIVERSARY REUNION IS DRAWING NIGH!
Well, I logged into my old hotmail account yesterday, and apparently I recieved an email about this a while back... but since I changed my profile email address in 2010 (when I stopped using it), I'm ...
  Topic: Atlas of the Land Illustrations
Forestal

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PostForum: Announcements + Suggestions + Q&A + Help   Posted: Sun Jan 28, 2018 6:30 am   Subject: Atlas of the Land Illustrations
I'm currently using my copy of the Atlas to help with running a D&D game, it's great for that.

The illustrations that it contains are all cartographical in style and nature, everything drawn to ...
  Topic: Just how powerful was Mhoram, really?
Forestal

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Views: 5757

PostForum: The First and Second Chronicles of Thomas Covenant   Posted: Fri Jan 26, 2018 3:43 am   Subject: Just how powerful was Mhoram, really?
He therefore committed the Krill to Glimmermere as a symbol of his hope for the future in a Lore that was not corrupted by Kevin's teachings.
Oof! That hit me right in the feels!
 
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