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    Tommy Ashton
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    Q: Tarazin the Grey

    Dragon 218 p10 by L. Richard Baker III


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    At 09:08 PM 4/27/99 +1000, you wrote:
    >He was detailed inan Issue of Dragon Magazine 219 or 225 If my memory serves
    >me.
    >
    >Manfred Völk wrote:
    >
    >> Hi folks
    >>
    >> Yesterday, I received the Chronicles of Cerilia and read about the famous
    >> Tarazin the Grey.
    >> As I know, that this matter has been discussed in this list before so
    >> here is my question:
    >>
    >> Does anyone have further information on Tarazin the Grey or is there any
    >> BR stuff containing something about this?
    >>
    >> You see, i need more, more, more :-P
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    Manfred V=?ISO-8859-1?Q?
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    Q: Tarazin the Grey

    Hi folks

    Yesterday, I received the Chronicles of Cerilia and read about the famous
    Tarazin the Grey.
    As I know, that this matter has been discussed in this list before so
    here is my question:

    Does anyone have further information on Tarazin the Grey or is there any
    BR stuff containing something about this?

    You see, i need more, more, more :-P

    CU

    Manni

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    Chrys murphy
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    Q: Tarazin the Grey

    He was detailed inan Issue of Dragon Magazine 219 or 225 If my memory serves
    me.

    Manfred Völk wrote:

    > Hi folks
    >
    > Yesterday, I received the Chronicles of Cerilia and read about the famous
    > Tarazin the Grey.
    > As I know, that this matter has been discussed in this list before so
    > here is my question:
    >
    > Does anyone have further information on Tarazin the Grey or is there any
    > BR stuff containing something about this?
    >
    > You see, i need more, more, more :-P
    >
    > CU
    >
    > Manni
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    Chrys murphy
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    Q: Tarazin the Grey

    well, that about tells you how good my memory is then : )
    No wonder my players complain about the continuity of our campaign - lol

    Tommy Ashton wrote:

    > Dragon 218 p10 by L. Richard Baker III
    >
    > I have a list of birthright products on my website.
    > http:\\www.public.asu.edu\~ashton2\review.htm
    >
    > At 09:08 PM 4/27/99 +1000, you wrote:
    > >He was detailed inan Issue of Dragon Magazine 219 or 225 If my memory serves
    > >me.
    > >
    > >Manfred Völk wrote:
    > >
    > >> Hi folks
    > >>
    > >> Yesterday, I received the Chronicles of Cerilia and read about the famous
    > >> Tarazin the Grey.
    > >> As I know, that this matter has been discussed in this list before so
    > >> here is my question:
    > >>
    > >> Does anyone have further information on Tarazin the Grey or is there any
    > >> BR stuff containing something about this?
    > >>
    > >> You see, i need more, more, more :-P
    > >>
    > >> CU
    > >>
    > >> Manni
    > >>
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    Christopher Kira
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    Q: Tarazin the Grey

    I think it refers to an article in an old Dragon which gave a timeline and a
    few legends of Cerilia. It's one of my most used Dragons...

    CK


    - ----- Original Message -----
    From: Sindre Cools Berg
    To:
    Sent: Thursday, April 29, 1999 5:46 PM
    Subject: Re: [BIRTHRIGHT] - Q: Tarazin the Grey


    > Manfred Völk wrote:
    >
    > > Hi folks
    > >
    > > Yesterday, I received the Chronicles of Cerilia and read about the
    famous
    > > Tarazin the Grey.
    > > As I know, that this matter has been discussed in this list before so
    > > here is my question:
    > >
    > > Does anyone have further information on Tarazin the Grey or is there any
    > > BR stuff containing something about this?
    > >
    > > You see, i need more, more, more :-P
    > >
    > > CU
    > >
    > > Manni
    > >
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    > Could someone please enlighten me into what this Chronicle of Cerilia is ?
    >
    > Sindre
    >
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    Q: Tarazin the Grey

    Christopher Kira wrote:

    > I think it refers to an article in an old Dragon which gave a timeline and a
    > few legends of Cerilia. It's one of my most used Dragons...

    As long as we are on the topic of dragons (and we are desperately trying to
    remain ON TOPIC...) I'm curious why you guys think there are so few dragons on
    Aebrynis. In general, the setting has fewer "magical" monsters running around.
    Apparently, in preference to having awnsheghlien named Gorgon, rather than armor
    plated bovines, but dragons would seem just as likely a candidate for
    replacement as any other creature appearing in the MM. Imagine an awnsheghlien
    called the Dragon! That could be pretty interesting.

    Anyway, I suppose there are two parts to this topic.

    1. Why are there so few dragons on Aebrynis from a "realistic" or biological
    standpont?

    2. Why are there so few dragons from a thematic standpoint?

    Whatcha think, folks?

    Gary

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    Ben
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    Q: Tarazin the Grey

    I told my players that long ago there was a big dragon conflagration of
    Deismaar-proportions, and very few survived it. It was supposed to have
    taken place before any written history in Cerilia, so only dragons and maybe
    some elves recall it. I had a name for it, but I don't remember it now. If
    anybody wants a write up I can do it.


    Ben

    - ----- Original Message -----
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    Subject: Re: [BIRTHRIGHT] - Q: Tarazin the Grey


    > Christopher Kira wrote:
    >
    > > I think it refers to an article in an old Dragon which gave a timeline
    and a
    > > few legends of Cerilia. It's one of my most used Dragons...
    >
    > As long as we are on the topic of dragons (and we are desperately trying
    to
    > remain ON TOPIC...) I'm curious why you guys think there are so few
    dragons on
    > Aebrynis. In general, the setting has fewer "magical" monsters running
    around.
    > Apparently, in preference to having awnsheghlien named Gorgon, rather than
    armor
    > plated bovines, but dragons would seem just as likely a candidate for
    > replacement as any other creature appearing in the MM. Imagine an
    awnsheghlien
    > called the Dragon! That could be pretty interesting.
    >
    > Anyway, I suppose there are two parts to this topic.
    >
    > 1. Why are there so few dragons on Aebrynis from a "realistic" or
    biological
    > standpont?
    >
    > 2. Why are there so few dragons from a thematic standpoint?
    >
    > Whatcha think, folks?
    >
    > Gary
    >
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    JNeighb934@aol.co
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    Q: Tarazin the Grey

    Is the Birthright timeline still on TSR's website?

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    Manfred V=?ISO-8859-1?Q?
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    Q: Tarazin the Grey

    >
    >Could someone please enlighten me into what this Chronicle of Cerilia is ?
    >
    >Sindre


    Just the same as the BR Timeline with a lot more data about the
    pre-Deismaar era. I got it from Dragon Magazin (I do not remember the
    number)

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    Manfred V=?ISO-8859-1?Q?
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    Q: Tarazin the Grey

    >Christopher Kira wrote:
    >
    >> I think it refers to an article in an old Dragon which gave a timeline and a
    >> few legends of Cerilia. It's one of my most used Dragons...
    >
    >As long as we are on the topic of dragons (and we are desperately trying to
    >remain ON TOPIC...) I'm curious why you guys think there are so few
    >dragons on
    >Aebrynis. In general, the setting has fewer "magical" monsters running
    >around.
    >Apparently, in preference to having awnsheghlien named Gorgon, rather than
    >armor
    >plated bovines, but dragons would seem just as likely a candidate for
    >replacement as any other creature appearing in the MM. Imagine an
    >awnsheghlien
    >called the Dragon! That could be pretty interesting.

    As a matter of fact there is one character called the Dragon situated in
    Drachenward. According to the information provided in several BR
    material, nobody knows anything about him...
    >
    >Anyway, I suppose there are two parts to this topic.
    >
    >1. Why are there so few dragons on Aebrynis from a "realistic" or biological
    >standpont?

    A dragon needs food worth 5 GB (I think Ed posted that "houserule" into
    this list, if I remember correctly). Considering this I would say,
    dragons depopulate a province simply by living there. As a result, all
    races of Cerilia would fight them till there is almost no dragon left?
    >
    >2. Why are there so few dragons from a thematic standpoint?
    >
    Hmmm, that is a good question. I think, dragons are too powerful and so
    they would be fought all over Cerilia or they would rule the world
    surpressing all other races.

    >Whatcha think, folks?
    >
    >Gary


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