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    Postfest XVIII (Richfest 2016): Companions of the Truest Sort, Part III
    Posted on Tue, July 05, 2016 by LordCeb
    Kraftwerk writes "In the conclusion of this three-part missive on Oerth's Figurines of Wondrous Power, The Colorless Mage of Perrenland offers a great list of all such known statuettes for your perusal.  Strange, enigmatic, and each one possessed of their own individual mien, any of these rare icons represents an incredible discovery in a historical sense and a treasure fit for the most haughty of kings, both.  Read the final installment of this treatise here....


    Companions of the Truest Sort: Figurines of Wondrous Power! (Part III)

    by carlos a.s. lising

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    Re: Postfest XVIII (Richfest 2016): Companions of the Truest Sort, Part III (Score: 1)
    by Syzygyst on Wed, July 06, 2016
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    Wow, KW. I just went through all of these docs (again). I think the historical material involving Ehlissa really starts to bring her to life. It's pretty comprehensive. Ya know what? This stuff should A) be written up into a singular treatise, and B) be included in an adventure module focusing on the Figurines, Queen Ehlissa, and related material. I might have to start thinking about the context for such an adventure.

    Great stuff. Thanks.




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