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  1. #1
    Jaanus Lillenberg
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    More about the World of Light

    Hey

    Just wanted to mention that there may be also the link between those
    worlds.

    Did you read about the sun stone (or something related) in book
    of magecraft? They sayd it might be hidden somewhere in the east.
    I think the temple that provides refuge to the remaining huge part
    of the sielshegh gem would contain the gateway to this world.

    It is also very well hidden in the Bright world and for the people
    from there .. it works as the gate to the shadow world.

    If the living enters the bright world, everybody there knows that
    this is the one of the Others and see them well. But the living
    will see only the fading spectral form of them althought
    they are able to communicate freely.


    As long as for immortal there is ability to enter the shadow world
    they also have possibility to come to the cerilia..

    I bet thats how The Raven came back. But to enter the world they
    must get the body.. A willing or unwilling.

    It would provide MUCH dramatic and roleplaying fun..

    Your comments my dear noblemen and -women?

    Jaanus Lillenberg

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    jaanusl@postimees.ee

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    Undertaker
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    More about the World of Light

    At 06:21 PM 1/10/97 +0200, Jaanus Lillenberg(jaanusl@postimees.ee)wrote:
    >
    >Just wanted to mention that there may be also the link between those
    >worlds.
    >
    >Did you read about the sun stone (or something related) in book
    >of magecraft? They sayd it might be hidden somewhere in the east.
    >I think the temple that provides refuge to the remaining huge part
    >of the sielshegh gem would contain the gateway to this world.
    >
    >It is also very well hidden in the Bright world and for the people
    >from there .. it works as the gate to the shadow world.
    >
    >If the living enters the bright world, everybody there knows that
    >this is the one of the Others and see them well. But the living
    >will see only the fading spectral form of them althought
    >they are able to communicate freely.
    >
    >As long as for immortal there is ability to enter the shadow world
    >they also have possibility to come to the cerilia..
    >
    >I bet thats how The Raven came back. But to enter the world they
    >must get the body.. A willing or unwilling.
    >

    This sounds intresting. As my wife is a Norse fanatic she would love this
    whole idea. Keep me posted as to any other thoughts you have on the
    mechanics of this "World of Light". I think I'd like to use it myself. BTW,
    you might want to take a look at some Planescape stuff. It would be
    invaluable to you in working this out, and also give you a few adventure
    ideas for the living entering the WOL, or the dead entering Cerilia. In that
    respect you might want to check out Van Richten's gd to Fiends, its a
    perfect tool for that kind of adventure.

    Undertaker, richt@metrolink.net
    RL Homepage: http://www.metrolink.net/~veleda/sepulcher.html

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