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    Wolfgang Neckel
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    Mieres

    Good day to you all esteemed regents,

    As it was I, Galen Gloranon humble advisor to the Lord Wizard
    Caldoun of Mieres, who proposed an exchange of information, it should
    be me too, who begins doing so. And so here I am:

    The first thing you'll probably associate with Mieres is that is it
    a pirate kingdom - not so any longer. My master being a luckless
    person in Cariele had to flee from the terrible evil of the Warlock of
    the Stonecrown Mountains. Fate had it that he and I fled to
    Mieres. Seeing the corruption here my master began to establish
    himself and slowly began acting for the betterment of Mieres. The
    details probably won't interest you too much, so I skip them and now
    present you with a few ideas Caldoun has:
    - -) The ancient Deismaar range of mountains stretches throughout Mieres,
    gradually diminishing in size, when one wanders eastward, to be
    swallowed by the sea in the east. Caldoun now hopes to research a
    spell - perhaps something called 'Bubble of Air' to descent into
    the depths of the Straits of Aerele and be able to explore the site
    where the ancient battle to place. Not that he hopes to find
    ancient weapons or armor (perhaps magical, for only they could have
    lasted that long), but he hopes to find stones of the original
    Mount Deismaar which might be infused with godly strength. He'll
    plan such an expedition carefully though, for he presumes that the
    emanations which surely radiate from such rocks might perhaps have
    altered the surrounding flora and fauna.
    Anyone wishing to help with the research?
    - -) Caldoun furhter wishes to create a ley line across the Straits of
    Aerele (Mieres is so isolated from the mainland). He hopes that
    sinking enchanted stones from the land of the two provinces linked
    thus might do the miracle - what do you think of that?
    That's enough for today. I hope none of you, esteemed recipients of
    this letter, will abause the confidential information presented to you
    thus.

    Yours,
    Galen Gloranon,
    Courtmagician of Mieres and humble servant of Caldoun
    (still trying to practice my Anuirean)
    aka Wolfgang Neckel

    In regard to this Newsletter project:
    As I was ever sorry of not getting a domain for which there was a
    Sourcebook available, I wrote a small one for the Mieres of my
    regent. If you are interested in it I might send it to you - its not
    much really, but perhaps you'll find it interesting. (When the ftp
    site at tsrinc.com is online I'll send it to them there).

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    Jonathan Picklesimer
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    Mieres

    On Mon, 20 Jan 1997, Wolfgang Neckel wrote:

    > Good day to you all esteemed regents,
    >
    > As it was I, Galen Gloranon humble advisor to the Lord Wizard
    > Caldoun of Mieres, who proposed an exchange of information, it should
    > be me too, who begins doing so. And so here I am:



    > -) Caldoun furhter wishes to create a ley line across the Straits of
    > Aerele (Mieres is so isolated from the mainland). He hopes that
    > sinking enchanted stones from the land of the two provinces linked
    > thus might do the miracle - what do you think of that?

    I don't know. The Book of Magecraft discusses how that an earthquake, or
    even some minor event such as the rerouting of a stream, may completely
    interupt the flow of mebhaighl in a province, thereby ruining a source,
    and/or messing up any ley lines passing through the province. With the
    ocean, obviously, being a place that is in a state of constant change,
    how will this affect the flow of mebhaighl through the ley line? Is it
    going to be something that he has to reforge on a daily basis, or will it
    only have to be restored after major storms?

    The mebhaighl stones to which you refer are indeed very powerful, but the
    question is, are they powerful enough to secure the ley line across the
    ocean?

    Are there any possibilities that there could be some naturally occuring
    ley lines that are already in existence from the ocean to Mieres or from
    the mainland to Mieres? If the mebhaighl in the area is strong enough to
    forge such a line, then perhaps that would be a better answer. To
    exploit natures own ley lines and let nature worry about maintaining them
    and what happens after storms. That way the regent does not have to
    spend all of his time maintaining ley lines.

    Just a thought. :)

    > Yours,
    > Galen Gloranon,
    > Courtmagician of Mieres and humble servant of Caldoun

    May Moradin Guide You,
    Thak Stonehead
    Personal Guard of Gillack Longhammer

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