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Message no. 1
From: "J.D. Falk" <jdfalk@****.CAIS.COM>
Date: Mon, 13 Mar 1995 17:09:53 -0500
[Sent to both ShadowRN and NERPS]

Unless our Fearless Leader disagrees, I'd like to have the NERPS
mailing list be reset some time late Friday evening (I'll let him post the
actual time, since only he and Dr. Doom can do it.) What this means is, as
of Friday evening everybody currently subscribed to the NERPS mailing list
will be kicked off. You will then have to resubscribe, /and/ have to
apply for a new Author-ID# if you wish to submit anything.
This new NERPS project, current working title "Dragonlore", will
be about dragons. It will eventually be in the form of a collection of
clandestine scientific reports and speculation about the nature of
Dragonkind. Some will be true. Some will not. Some will even directly
contradict other parts. The dragons prefer it this way.
As with any unofficial gaming supplement, it will of course be up
to the Game Master which parts they wish to incorporate into their game.
The project will officially begin Saturday, March 18, 1995. I'd
like to be finished with it by Wednesday, May 24, 1995 (I chose May 24th
because it's my birthday, and I'm not likely to forget about it.) If it
should turn out that we've got a lot of good information coming through,
I'll extend that deadline.
Nobody tell Lofwyr -- he's already annoyed with us. *grin*

-------------========== J.D. Falk <jdfalk@****.com> =========-------------
| NERPS Project Leader (Editor & General Motivator), Keeper of the FAQ |
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