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Message no. 1
From: "Brueggemann, Victor" <victorb@**.COM>
Subject: Yet More Earthdawn crossover
Date: Tue, 21 Dec 1993 14:30:00 PST
Has anyone else gotten the Barsaive campaign set, and read through it?
Things to think about...

Read about the drake named Mountainshadow and see if it reminds you of

Read about the Powers of the Name-Givers, and then think about the
descriptions of the books that Ehran the Scribe has published (for example;
Mankind Ascendant, Mankind Revealed, etc. from the Harlequin module).

The fact that Ehran is called 'The Scribe' implies (albeit vaguely) a few
other things, too. Could he be Theran? That alone would be enough to make
him and Ni Fairra bitter rivals politically, if we can trust how Harlequin
refers to her in the TT sourcebook.

Read about the Theran society, and then take another look at Ehran's
hidy-hole up in the mountains (also described in the Harlequin module).
Think about Kaers, and the wards and enchantments placed on them.

The nature of Harlequin's ritual should be pretty solid evidence that he
practices the ED style of magic, if there was ever any doubt. (i.e. using
patterns of Knowledge about the target.) The question then remains whether
or not any ED-style magic worked during the low-magic cycle or not --- very
Message no. 2
From: Phaeros Lostchilde <shilberg@********.UNI.UIUC.EDU>
Subject: Re: Yet More Earthdawn crossover
Date: Tue, 21 Dec 1993 20:09:37 -0600
Ok, I am ignorant here. I know who Harlequin is, but I don't have the book. I
know he's Dunkelzahn's buddy, but who (or what) is he really?

Steve Hilberg
Mudder and Shadowrun Player Extraordinaire!
See me on Armageddon ( 4444)
Or Mail me at shilberg@********

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