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Postfest IX(Brewfest 2008): Hell on Oerth II
Osmund-Davizid writes "The lich-sage of House Darmen, Rexifer, has written many treatises regarding the relationships between this world and Hell. Herein is his latest summary of Hellish activity on Oerth."
D&Demons - The Oerth War
gvdammerung writes "A battle for Oerth has been waged among certain demon princes for millennia. Not a battle of physical conquest, it is a battle to corrupt and control. The recent conflicts styled the Greyhawk Wars that saw massed fiendish armies marshalled on Oerth are as nothing. The Greyhawk Wars have ended. The Oerth War continues."
D&Demons - A Rough Guide to the Abyss
gvdammerung writes "The Infinite Layers of the Abyss. No listing is then possible of every layer. Scholars (to be polite) have, however, delved deep into the depths of the deparvity that is the Abyss. So. Put on your holy symbol. Tuck in your inhibitions. Roll up your sleeves. And say your prayers. A roll call of the layers of the Abyss awaits. Nearly 100 "officially" named layers guaranteed to flay the flesh from you bones, sear your soul and pop the gooey goodness from your eyeballs! Express elevator, going DOWN!"
The Bucknard Manuscript
gvdammerung writes "Bucknard is back! And he has news! Oerth's reality has been fatefully destabilized with potentially disasterous consequences. Its time for the Circle of Eight to swing into action and restore the Balance! But there is the small matter of what to do about Iuz, and Vecna, who are no help at all. Or are they? And who are the Secret Seven and what is there involvement? Break out your planar mechanics textbooks and multiversal sliderule. This is going to get complicated but all will be explained. Lucky Bucknard is back! Initiate Code Scarlet!"
The Libram Infernal Annex: The Politics of Hell in Malbolge
Osmund-Davizid writes "The lich-sage Rexifer of House Darmen has spent his entire (un)life in researching the Blood War. Some small fragments of his masterpiece, The Libram Infernal, have been made available to sages outside the ruined Great Kingdom. This excerpt details the political status of the newly formed Court of Malbolge’s Underworld, as well as the powers within that hierarchy."
Excerpts from The Libram Infernal: The Sixth Hell, Malbolge
Osmund-Davizid writes "The histories of the Nine Hells would fill every library in Oerth and still not begin to scratch the surface of all there is to know. There have been incredible upheavals in the hierarchy of the Hells recently and one region that merits further investigation is the rock slide ridden plane of Malbolge. The lich-sage of House Darmen, Rexifer, has devoted his (un)life to studying the ins and outs of the Blood War. This is a brief excerpt from his proposed nine-volume set of treatises detailing the whole of the Nine Hells - The Libram Infernal."
Excerpts from the Book of Fire: The Reckoning
Osmund-Davizid writes "The recent (by immortal standards) turmoil in the Nine Hells has passed by relatively unnoticed by dwellers of the Prime Material Plane. Taken from fragments from the Infernal Records (called the Book of Fire), the sage-priest of Hextor, Patriarch Verminek of Eastfair, has recently uncovered valuable historical data concerning the Hell-shattering event known to mortals as The Reckoning. In a letter sent to the priests of the Arrowstrand cathedral, Verminek details his findings."
Hell on Oerth
Osmund-Davizid writes "The records of the Thaumaturgists of the L’Ordre de la Croix-Rose Veritas hold many secrets. Recently, the head of the La Croix-Bleu, the wizard-sage Simoni, exchanged a letter to some of his comrades within the church of St. Cuthbert. The head of the temple of St. Cuthbert in Greyhawk authorized release of some of his notes to the Greyhawk Guild of Wizardry in order to facilitate the spread of knowledge to fight the diabolic on Oerth. This is an excerpt from the abridged version the Greyhawk Guild received."
The Abyssal Plane of Tempest
Kirt writes "Looking for a little sand, sun, and surf? The Abyssal Plane of Tempest is NOT the place for a beach vacation!"
Cosmology of Oerth Part 2
alleynbard writes "Continuing the examination of an alternate Oerth cosmology, explore a short list of some of Oerth's more notorious extraplanar destinations."
An Alternate Cosmology
alleynbard writes "It is well known that the Physical Material Plane that Oerth rests in is the center of the multiverse. One has only to look at the nature of the planes to understand this. Come take an in depth look at an alternate Oerth cosmology based loosely on the myriad planes cosmology found in the 3e Manaul of the Planes and, more accurately, on my personal Oerth campaign."
Amiathoer 2 : Chrysalis
orion writes "Once again we turn our gaze to the skies, for another tale of broken dreams elsewhere in Oerth's crystal sphere. The tale of Chrysalis, a moon of Oerth's forsaken sister planet Amiathoer, is one of a desparate last stand and hope lost to eternity. Author: Orion"
Excerpts from the Demonomicon of Iggwilv: Stygia, The River of Hatred
grodog writes "A description of the meta-plane of Stygia, which wends through and touches upon all of the low planes of the Pandemonium. Author: grodog"
The Final Word on Iuz and Company
iquander writes "Who were the Nine Demigods imprisoned by Zagig Yragrene beneath Castle Greyhawk? Long a question that has plagued and confounded fans of the World of Greyhawk. Presented here is one scholar's answer to this thorny question. Resurrected from the archives, here is what Savant Iquander had to say on the subject before the setting was republished. Even today, it still remains a sound response to the often-asked question.Author: Erik "Iquander" Mona"
Excerpts from the Demonomicon of Iggwilv: The Glooms of Hades
grodog writes "A short treatise on The Thirteen Glooms of Hades, spread across the Marches of Xalta, Minythys, and Sarendathos, including information on each plane's magical resources, mineral wealth, geography, and notable inhabitants. Author: grodog"
Life, the Multiverse, and Everything
Maldin writes "The monster of a theory put forth by Denis "The Codex Did It All!" Tetreault, and the discussion and clarifications needed after it was first posted to the lists.Author: Denis "Maldin" Tetreault"
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