Posted: Fri Dec 21, 2018 11:17 pm Post subject: Ob Noigui
Hello! I'm new to these forums but not new to Greyhawk. At least, not in the sense that I used to DM campaigns back in the 80s based in the Flanaess.
I'm returning after a 25-year hiatus to D&D and have discovered Anna B. Meyer's excellent maps of the Flanaess. There is a lot of new information on these maps and I'm trying to do a lot of research on where this information has come from.
I'm beginning my return to D&D in Keoland. Specifically, the southern portions of Keoland around the Hool Marshes. Among many other things, she has an elven stronghold/village/something labeled as "Ob Noigui". Unfortunately, I can find nothing on this location. Does anyone have any idea where this comes from and what it is? What source did Ms. Meyer pull this from?
I apologize if this is not the proper location for this question. If it is not, please direct me toward the proper forum.
Thanks so much! I didn't consider the LGJ articles. I'm getting used to the "new" stuff since From the Ashes, which is where I last left off. If I find other sites that aren't showing up in Google searches, I'll check the Journal articles.
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Posted: Sun Jan 20, 2019 2:44 pm Post subject: Re: Ob Noigui in LG adventure
… I didn't consider the LGJ articles. ...
Unfortunatley, Pan, DMPrata wasn't referring to the Living Greyhawk Journal, he was referring to a Living Greyhawk adventure, from 2002. It was only available at the time to those RPGA DMs who ran the adventure at a convention or game day through the RPGA. _________________ Gallery of Artwork - take a look at my published illustrations.
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