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    I've been thinking about starting an online Birthright campaign that focuses on the Tael Firth. A number of Anuirean and Rjurik realms would be in play.

    The PC land list would read like this:
    Siren's Realm
    Halskapa
    Svinik
    Rjuvik
    Stjordvik
    Dhoesone
    Tuarhievel
    Cariele
    Thurazor
    Talinie

    They are surrounded by the following NPC realms, which may or may not take an interest in the PCs' actions:

    Jankaping
    Hogunmark
    Realm of the White Witch
    Blood Skull Barony
    Giantdowns
    Gorgon's Crown
    Markazor
    Mhoried
    Five Peaks
    Boeruine

    Yes, although Jankaping and Hogunmark make good PC realms, the rest are classically very large and/or evil places, and thus NPC.

    Some domains, such as Stjordvik Traders and the Oaken Grove of Erik become very prominent. I'd also include the jarls as possible PCs.

    Thought on how to pull this off? What would one need in terms of web presence to do this?

    Thanks,
    John Baker

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    ge -----

    From: "Bervinig" <brnetboard@BIRTHRIGHT.NET>

    Sent: Monday, July 07, 2003 3:00 PM





    > I`ve been thinking about starting an online Birthright campaign that

    > focuses on the Tael Firth. A number of Anuirean and Rjurik realms

    > would be in play.



    Welcome to the Taelshore. My own table-top campaign has centerned on this

    same region.



    > The PC land list would read like this:Siren`s Realm, Halskapa, Svinik,

    Rjuvik,

    > Stjordvik, Dhoesone, Tuarhievel, Cariele, Thurazor, Talinie. They are

    > surrounded by the following NPC realms, which may or may not take an

    > interest in the PC`s actions: Jankaping, Hogunmark, Realm of the White

    > Witch, Blood Skull Barony, Giantdowns, Gorgon`s Crown, Markazor,

    > Mhoried, Five Peaks, Boeruine.



    This is the same list of realms I have used. Some of them have been

    detailed on my own website http://home.mchsi.com/~kgauck/taelshore/index.htm

    As you can probabaly tell, we started off and have remained based in

    Stjordvik.



    I`m currently working on Dhoesone, playing catch up, somewhat as we`ve just

    come and gone, and I`m as much recording who we met and what they were like

    as much as I am planning ahead and preparing. I like to explore the local

    politics, so every lord, guild official, templar, or wizard is potentially

    detailed. My format is a kind of hybrid between standard 3e and the old PS.



    Feel free to look it over and borrow liberally.



    Kenneth Gauck

    kgauck@mchsi.com

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    Originally posted by Bervinig@Jul 8 2003, 08:00 AM
    Thought on how to pull this off? What would one need in terms of web presence to do this?
    Most PBeMs have a webpage where the DM has links to all the domain rules, holdings available, maps, etc.

    They also have another website for player forums, where players can post in character and OOC. These usually contain a senate of some type for official business, an informal setting such as an inn for informal in character play, plus boards for OOC queries and comments.

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    Kalien wrote:

    > This post was generated by the Birthright.net message forum.

    > You can view the entire thread at:

    > http://www.birthright.net/forums/ind...=ST&f=2&t=1790

    >

    > Kalien wrote:

    >



    Hmm, Arjan, you seem to have been a bit too successful at removing the

    html markup in quoted posts. :) We`ve received a few over the last

    couple of days that contain nothing at all, like this latest one by

    Kalien, but when I checked the board it definitely contains text.

    --

    Daniel McSorley

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    Originally posted by DanMcSorley@Jul 9 2003, 02:09 AM
    Hmm, Arjan, you seem to have been a bit too successful at removing the

    html markup in quoted posts. We`ve received a few over the last

    couple of days that contain nothing at all, like this latest one by

    Kalien, but when I checked the board it definitely contains text.

    --

    Daniel McSorley

    hopefully this is working now.

    A.
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    Originally posted by DanMcSorley@Jul 9 2003, 02:09 AM
    Hmm, Arjan, you seem to have been a bit too successful at removing the

    html markup in quoted posts. We`ve received a few over the last

    couple of days that contain nothing at all, like this latest one by

    Kalien, but when I checked the board it definitely contains text.

    --

    Daniel McSorley

    hopefully this is working now.

    A.
    Te audire non possum. Musa sapientum fixa est in aure.

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    Originally posted by DanMcSorley@Jul 9 2003, 02:09 AM
    Kalien wrote:

    > This post was generated by the Birthright.net message forum.

    > You can view the entire thread at:

    > http://www.birthright.net/forums/index.php...=2&t=1790<br />
    >

    > Kalien wrote:

    >



    Hmm, Arjan, you seem to have been a bit too successful at removing the

    html markup in quoted posts. We`ve received a few over the last

    couple of days that contain nothing at all, like this latest one by

    Kalien, but when I checked the board it definitely contains text.

    --

    Daniel McSorley












    now the strange looking ascii text should be removed as well.

    sorry for the test messages

    A.
    Te audire non possum. Musa sapientum fixa est in aure.

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    Its never ok isnt it :)



    I hoped I had fixed it yesterday...seems not.



    Met vriendelijke groet



    Arjan Duijs







    > -----Original Message-----

    > From: Birthright Roleplaying Game Discussion [mailto:BIRTHRIGHT-

    > L@ORACLE.WIZARDS.COM] On Behalf Of Daniel McSorley

    > Sent: woensdag 9 juli 2003 2:30

    > To: BIRTHRIGHT-L@ORACLE.WIZARDS.COM

    > Subject: Re: [BIRTHRIGHT] Tales Of The Firth [2#1790]

    >

    > On Wed, 9 Jul 2003, Kalien wrote:

    > > This post was generated by the Birthright.net message forum.

    > > You can view the entire thread at:

    > > http://www.birthright.net/forums/ind...=ST&f=2&t=1790

    > >

    > > Kalien wrote:

    > >

    >

    > Hmm, Arjan, you seem to have been a bit too successful at removing the

    > html markup in quoted posts. :) We`ve received a few over the last

    > couple of days that contain nothing at all, like this latest one by

    > Kalien, but when I checked the board it definitely contains text.

    > --

    > Daniel McSorley

    >

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    ooking ascii text should be removed as well.

    >

    > sorry for the test messages

    >

    > A.





    I think I speak for most of the members of the discussion list when I say

    that we appreciate all the work you`re doing, Arjan. Thanks.



    -Lord Rahvin
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