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    We are severely lacking pages on the various provinces in the Gorgon's Crown (http://www.birthright.net/brwiki/ind...rgon%27s_Crown) . Sideath is the only attempt so far. However, it mentions a source wizard, Siebharrinn, who is not mentioned in the domain table for the Gorgon's Crown. Can someone please tell us what is right? (and start filling out the provinces :^) )

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    At 10:22 PM 9/20/2009, Sorontar wrote:

    >We are severely lacking pages on the various provinces in the Gorgon`s Crown (http://www.birthright.net/brwiki/ind...rgon%27s_Crown). Sideath is the only attempt so far. However, it mentions a source wizard, Siebharrinn, who is not mentioned in the domain table for the Gorgon`s Crown. Can someone please tell us what is right? (and start filling out the provinces :^) )


    There is a lot of info on Sideath and Siebharrinn in the PSo Tuarhievel text.

    Gary
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    The information on Sideath and Siebharrin was one of the few good things about PS: Tuarhievel. Basically, Siebharrin is a 20th-level Elf mage who controlled Sideath before the Gorgon conquered it and whom attempted to repulse Raesene when he came. Although the Gorgon prevailed, Siebharrin ensured that he could never take magical control of the province, with the price that the Elf was blasted partially into the Shadow Plane, where he exists in some sort of half-life now.

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    The question is which version of canon do we follow RoE or PSoT.

    I'd square the circle by saying both are correct - the tearing of the veil by Siebharrin caused the normal Cerila:Shadow world neat split to become confused - there are still two versions of the same land, but both are half-in-half-out of the two realms.

    Tuarheviel leads directly into Siebharrin's realm, with no easy path to any other side, and vice versa from the Gorgon's Crown.

    The quest to restore the realms would be a great one - I'm toying with the idea that the elves, animals, etc once in Siebharrin's realm now reside in suitably twisted and wracked forms in the other realm where they wreck torment on the goblins of the land. How the planar knot could be untangled and which land would be restored to which plane would be a fairly major quest...

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