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    What do you fine folks on this list think of the book "A Magical Medieval

    Society: Western Europe" by Expeditious Retreat Press. Is it a good and

    suitable aid for a Birthright campaign?
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    The question is: What do YOU think of it?

    More to the point: is it worth trying to obtain and read?

    -Osprey

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    ----- Original Message -----

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

    Sent: Wednesday, September 24, 2003 4:31 PM



    > The question is: What do YOU think of it?



    To whom does the pronoun "you" refer?



    Kenneth Gauck

    kgauck@mchsi.com

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    Well, I was addressing the person who first posted, assuming that to be Lord Rahvin. But I am quite interested in anyone&#39;s critique of the work.

    -Osprey

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    << Well, I was addressing the person who first posted, assuming that to be

    Lord Rahvin. But I am quite interested in anyone`s critique of the work.

    >>



    I can assure you, I am not Lord Rahvin. Should I take that as a compliment?
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    Ah...well, you&#39;d best sign a name then, because you come through on the Birthright-L username (which is often Lord Rahvin). But whoever you are, I&#39;d love to hear your critique.

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    << Ah...well, you`d best sign a name then, because you come through on the

    Birthright-L username (which is often Lord Rahvin).

    >>



    1. There`s a *LOT* more people on birthright-l than Lord Rahvin.





    << But whoever you are, I`d love to hear your critique. >>



    2. Critique? I was asking for critique, not offering. I don`t have the book,

    but am considering buying it, hence I`d love to know what other people think

    of it with respect to its utility in a Birthright game.





    Signed,



    --the Falcon
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    Ah-ha...being a latecomer to BR.net, I am still not clear on what exactly Birthright-L represents. Any help?

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    At 05:44 PM 9/29/2003 +0200, Osprey wrote:



    >Ah-ha...being a latecomer to BR.net, I am still not clear on what exactly

    >Birthright-L represents. Any help?



    The Birthright.net message boards interact with Birthright-L, the WotC

    sponsored email list, thanks to the efforts of Arjan, the Birthright.net

    webmaster. If it says Birthright-L rather than an ID that means the post

    is written by someone who doesn`t have an ID on Birthright.net. (At least,

    that`s how I think it works....) Information on the Birthright list and

    other WotC sponsored email lists is available at:



    http://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x...ts&tablesort=1



    Gary

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    Originally posted by geeman@Sep 29 2003, 06:29 PM
    At 05:44 PM 9/29/2003 +0200, Osprey wrote:



    >Ah-ha...being a latecomer to BR.net, I am still not clear on what exactly

    >Birthright-L represents. Any help?



    The Birthright.net message boards interact with Birthright-L, the WotC

    sponsored email list, thanks to the efforts of Arjan, the Birthright.net

    webmaster. If it says Birthright-L rather than an ID that means the post

    is written by someone who doesn`t have an ID on Birthright.net. (At least,

    that`s how I think it works....) Information on the Birthright list and

    other WotC sponsored email lists is available at:



    http://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x=commu...blesort=1<br />


    Gary












    Thanx Gary,

    Its indeed the way you say it is.

    The script is written so that when an email comes in from the Birthright-L mailing lists it checkes if the sender of an email is also a member of Brnet.
    If the sender isnt a member of BRnet all messages are given the Birthright-L poster ID.

    I maight alter the code a bit so that it display: "blablabla AT something.com" wrote: etc etc.

    i have to replace the @ because of email extraction software.

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

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