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    Hiya all!

    I hope this isn't the wrong place to bring this up.
    But here goes.

    Several (4-5) Years ago Dungeon published an issue with a Cerilian set
    adventure. The front cover was a rather nice picture of the Gorgon (I don't
    remember the pose ) and the adventure consisted of a fairly nice setting
    driven little plot about an ancient item of magic known as the blood spear.

    Does anybody else remember this issue? If so do they have it and would
    they look kindly on a request for a scan or other format copy.
    I have already checked out the Dungeon pages available at WotC but their
    old Dungeons page doesn't go back far enough.

    Thanks to those who have taken the trouble to read this.

    Please direct any response to me at jan_stanek@yahoo.co.uk

    Cheers
    me

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    The adventure was called "Seeking Bloodsilver". It introduced a couple of new blood abilities that ended up in the Book of Regency. I ran it and it was actually quite good. The only copy I had was a xeroxed one made by a former DM so that I could use it.
    Duane Eggert

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    I don't have it and I never found it on the net yet, but if it helps it was featured in Dungeon #59. The author was Christopher Perkins.
    Servant of the Most High,
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    Learn to do good; Seek justice, Rebuke the oppressor; Defend the fatherless, Plead for the widow.

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    While we're on the subject of Old Published Adventures, does anyone know the name of the parody adventure that was released? It had creatures like Gummy were-bears.

    I think it was a greyhawk or something like that.
    Thanks in advance.

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    Sounds like WG7 : Castle Greyhawk (not to be confused with the lamentable Ruins
    of Greyhawk). It`s a multi-level dungeon with strange themes. The one with the
    gummy bears is called Too Many Cooks and also festures a nasty bread pudding.
    It`s mostly hilarious.

    You can find copies on ebay most of the time, but it`s rather expensive.

    Robin

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    were-bears.
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    | I think it was a greyhawk or something like that.
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    On Sat, Nov 16, 2002 at 03:18:51AM +0100, Lawgiver wrote:
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    > Lawgiver wrote:
    > I don`t have it and I never found it on the net yet, but if it helps it was featured in Dungeon #59. The author was Christopher Perkins.

    Arjan,

    Do you think that we could get re-print permission from WotC/Dungeon
    to scan and make this available for download?

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    Hello,

    wizards gave permission to reprint alternity material from dugeon/dragon
    magazines, so it´s a posibility they give permission also to birthright
    material. Greetings,

    Vicente


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    Originally posted by Birthright-L


    Sounds like WG7 : Castle Greyhawk
    I thought it was something like that, but then I thought I was confusing it with He-Man. Of course, in retrospect, I remember that to be Castle Graveskull. :)

    Thanks a lot!

    -- Krow

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