On Wed, 25 Jul 2001 13:34:28 -0400 "Joe Revesz" <joe.revesz@...> writes: > Jon wrote: > > > I looked at it, and it seems that you didn't include where they're > more > > likely to appear. > > For one thing, it is a chart and not the narrative description from > the text. > > An another thing, I thought it was rather obvious where they would > appear - > someplace appropriate. > > > You'd expect a Sea Horse to appear in the sea, but > > would it be POSSIBLE for any of them to appear anywhere else? > > Sure, but why? Though, I suppose that a Sea Horse could appear in a > lake as > well. But since they are angels, who is to say that the Sea Horse > could not > appear in the middle of the Desert of Sin? I don't think that > angels should > have limitations placed on them. They will do whatever the OverLord > wills them > to do. > > *** > > Besides giving the AM plenty of material to help him run DR > adventures, one > thing that I am trying to do with the Second Edition is to provide > the > Adventure Writer with some open-ended if not inpiring material. If > the > material inspires more adventures to be writen and published, we all > benefit. > So, I am intentially leaving a bit of wiggle room in the rules. > Sorry if it > causes confusion but I think that it is better than making the rules > a straight > jacket. > > Joe I do understand the question. But I think that Joe is onto something with giving the material some breathing space for further creative growth. Keep up the great work. And thanks to all the people to throw in their ideas and comments. It's helping me to understand the game better. yours because i'm His! Dan Knight http://npcogy.homestead.com & http://faerenoth.homestead.com/home.html Co-Founder SteeleKnight Productions ________________________________________________________________ GET INTERNET ACCESS FROM JUNO! Juno offers FREE or PREMIUM Internet access for less! Join Juno today! For your FREE software, visit: http://dl.www.juno.com/get/tagj.