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>This is an interesting approach to level distributions. Lets look at this
>from the opposite end. We know high mage Aelies is one of the most powerful
>available mages at 17th level (various sources). (We aren't going to
>consider Rheulan Greencloak, the 24th level, completely undetailed wizard
>mentioned in the Brecht Sourcebook, because he is an import from another
>plane, and we are talking about native Cerilian mages). Assuming Aelies
>represents the anuirean region only, this implies the following mages in Anuire,

Actually as far as I know Aelis is "only" 16th level and no level is given for Rheulan Greencloak in any official publication.

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I believe Fredrick is correct. Rheulan is completely up to the DM's creation. I had an
interesting thought. How 'bout making him a shmotz? Let's say level 2. Everyone thinks he's
a mighty wizard but he's more like the Wizard of Oz. He's got a high bloodline and so does
well ruling sources and forging ley lines, but his spell arsenal is less than impressive. He
keeps himself a mystery to hide his weakness.

Inspired by the fact that Greencloak and the Emerald City are both the color of the trees...