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    Brian Stoner
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    New Awnshegh

    A week or so ago, there was discussion regarding Genies. I responded
    that I was working on a new Awnshegh named The Genie as part of an
    article I hoped to submit to Dragon Magazine and that I would keep you
    all informed as to what happened. Well, I was turned down ...um, uh, actually, that may not be so bad. The article is
    still not finished, but I may now submit them to Darkstar's Netbook when
    finished. Another option, I suppose, is to wait a few months and try
    sending a proposal to Dragon Magazine again. The article, when
    finished, would contain 5 different new Awnshegh. Now the question is,
    what do you think? Should I finish the article and put it on the
    Internet? Or should I wait and try to submit it again to Dragon
    Magazine in a few months?

    Brian

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    patera
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    New Awnshegh

    Wait for dragon again, they may change their minds later. They probably
    won't publidh it if it is put on the internet.

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    > From: Brian Stoner
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    > Subject: [BIRTHRIGHT] - New Awnshegh
    > Date: Friday, April 10, 1998 6:16 PM
    >
    > A week or so ago, there was discussion regarding Genies. I responded
    > that I was working on a new Awnshegh named The Genie as part of an
    > article I hoped to submit to Dragon Magazine and that I would keep you
    > all informed as to what happened. Well, I was turned down sob, sob>...um, uh, actually, that may not be so bad. The article is
    > still not finished, but I may now submit them to Darkstar's Netbook when
    > finished. Another option, I suppose, is to wait a few months and try
    > sending a proposal to Dragon Magazine again. The article, when
    > finished, would contain 5 different new Awnshegh. Now the question is,
    > what do you think? Should I finish the article and put it on the
    > Internet? Or should I wait and try to submit it again to Dragon
    > Magazine in a few months?
    >
    > Brian
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    Mark A Vandermeulen
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    New Awnshegh

    On Fri, 10 Apr 1998, Brian Stoner wrote:

    > A week or so ago, there was discussion regarding Genies. I responded
    > that I was working on a new Awnshegh named The Genie as part of an
    > article I hoped to submit to Dragon Magazine and that I would keep you
    > all informed as to what happened. Well, I was turned down sob, sob>...um, uh, actually, that may not be so bad. The article is
    > still not finished, but I may now submit them to Darkstar's Netbook when
    > finished. Another option, I suppose, is to wait a few months and try
    > sending a proposal to Dragon Magazine again. The article, when
    > finished, would contain 5 different new Awnshegh. Now the question is,
    > what do you think? Should I finish the article and put it on the
    > Internet? Or should I wait and try to submit it again to Dragon
    > Magazine in a few months?

    My advice to you: pick your favorite of the new awnsheigh you created, and
    create an adventure based around that character, and submit it to Dungeon.

    I'm currently doing this for a minor awnsheigh I made up: The Rat (blood
    ability: Plague Touch). Speaking of this: does anyone who actually has a
    current table-top game going want to playtest my manuscript when I get it
    completed? You'd have to write me a letter afterwards explaining how it
    went, what you liked, didn't like, didn't understand, etc., but you'd get
    a free module and get to play it before anyone else.

    Mark VanderMeulen
    vander+@pitt.edu

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    New Awnshegh

    Now the question is,
    >what do you think? Should I finish the article and put it on the
    >Internet? Or should I wait and try to submit it again to Dragon
    >Magazine in a few months?
    >
    >Brian

    Put it in the Netbook, definitely.

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