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04-20-1999, 03:40 PM #1Mark A VandermeulenGuest
Alternate worlds based on the B
On Mon, 19 Apr 1999, Craig Dalrymple wrote:
> On some other world the fabric of reality is torn for a moment from the
> of the event and a number of the combatants, and members of the supply
> trains to the battle are thrown through it by the force involved. Perhaps
> this is
> actually the last ditch effort of one of the Gods to save his/her followers,
> in doing so, particiapants from all (or just some) sides get cast through as
> These people pull themselves haggardly from the ground only to discover
> they are no longer on Deissmaar. At first they assume they are still
> on Cerilia, but as they regroup themselves and begin to draw away from the
> of arrival it becomes clear that This Is Not Home. It is in this same time
> of regathering
> of strength that the Bloodlines are discovered.
Excellent idea, Craig. And makes sense esp. for the Masetians--who I'm
still sad no longer exist on Cerilia. It would give us a chance to play
with that unique culture, and see how it develops on another world.
Does anyone remember the story about how the ogre-magi were once a
beautiful and powerful folk, but whose civilization fell? Perhaps these
remnant Maselans were those progenitors? I know I could make an
interesting story out of that.
> p.s. If there is some interest, I can post the setting that this idea worked
> around while I drove through Chicago today. :) It can give an idea of just
> could be done with this idea.
If we could impose upon you to turn your musing into type, I would LOVE to
see your ideas.
(interesting...I come up with some of my best ideas while driving, too.)
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