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    At 01:22 AM 1/13/2003 +0100, Christoph Tiemann...

    At 01:22 AM 1/13/2003 +0100, Christoph Tiemann wrote:

    > >>Several people have gone with interpretations
    >of the domain rules in which the population numbers represent not the
    >actual population...
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    At 04:13 AM 1/12/2003 +0100, Christoph Tiemann...

    At 04:13 AM 1/12/2003 +0100, Christoph Tiemann wrote:

    >In addition to the circumstances you mentioned, there`s also the
    >possibility that half-elves are the product of rape committed during times...
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    At 12:06 PM 1/10/2003 +0100, irdeggman wrote: ...

    At 12:06 PM 1/10/2003 +0100, irdeggman wrote:

    >I generally find the at the Player`s Secrets are totally inconsistent
    >with the "core rules", by "core rules" I mean the BRRB, Atlas of
    >Cerialia...
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    At 10:38 PM 1/9/2003 -0600, Kenneth Gauck wrote:...

    At 10:38 PM 1/9/2003 -0600, Kenneth Gauck wrote:

    > > Dhoesone`s border with the relatively "liberal" and "human-friendly"
    > > Tuarhieval, for instance, might double its elf population. However,...
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    At 12:46 AM 1/10/2003 +0100, Satanta wrote: > ...

    At 12:46 AM 1/10/2003 +0100, Satanta wrote:

    > While terrain should be taken into account it should not be the deciding
    > factor the location and history of a realm should come into play. for
    >...
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    The question to me is "What might be a `typical`...

    The question to me is "What might be a `typical` demographic breakdown of
    the various populations in particular regions?" For example, in the
    predominantly human lands of Khinasi there might be...
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