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    Excerpts from the Book of Fire: The Reckoning (Score: 1)
    by cwslyclgh on Sat, November 13, 2004
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    I am not fond of the idea of the Hag Countess, I would prefer an actual devil to be the arch-devil of any given layer...

    Great treatment O_D, I thought that this was well written and very useful. good job!


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    Excerpts from the Book of Fire: The Reckoning (Score: 1)
    by Osmund-Davizid on Sat, November 13, 2004
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    Thanks all for the comments,

    I will be posting a couple more articles that will further describe the politics of Malbolge and the delicate balance of power there. I am placing a devil lord of my own creation as the new ruler of Malbolge and making Malagard a figurehead.

    I was never satisified with the treatment of Malbolge as a whole so I am putting my spin on this region, making it more classically evil in a Dante-Milton sense.

    Enjoy and Happy Gaming!

    O-D


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    Excerpts from the Book of Fire: The Reckoning (Score: 1)
    by Dethand (dethand@triton.net) on Sun, November 14, 2004
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    Good Work! Was wondering if you looked at Green Ronin's Legions of Hell..specifically at Hadriel Duchess of Domination and at Furcas, Duke of Rhetoric member of Dispaters court who presides over the Forbidden Library. Just wondering?


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