|#1zombiegleemaxJan 25, 2004 17:08:13||I just finished the series, and I was wondering if any other books have come out explaining fury? I would like to know what that was all about.|
|#2silvanthalasJan 26, 2004 7:12:19||Rabe has written another trilogy of books about Dhamon, but nothing yet about Fury.|
|#3brimstoneJan 26, 2004 12:35:37||There was rumor that Fury was in fact one of the few remaining Scions. I like the idea...but I don't know where it came from.|
|#4talinthasJan 27, 2004 19:41:12||a bunch of fifth age products pretty much said so outright.|
|#5brimstoneJan 28, 2004 9:55:07|
Originally posted by talinthas
That's what I've heard...but I've never been given any specifics...no page numbers or anything like that, and I've never been able to find reference to it anywhere. I must be blind...but do you have any specific location information?
|#6talinthasJan 28, 2004 10:18:50||hmm. not off the top of my head, but i could swear that i've seen it written out. Perhaps even in the dlcs?|
|#7brimstoneJan 28, 2004 10:33:52||Definatley not in the DLCS or AoM book. Groller is saddly missing from both books. They caught most of the HotH (Dhamon, Rig, Feril, Fiona, Jasper, Blister) but they did miss some (ie. Groller, Ulin). So, from what I remember, Fury isn't mentioned anywhere...but I may have missed it...|
|#8sweetmeatsJan 28, 2004 20:59:41|
Originally posted by Brimstone
Scions? Is this something I missed from not following SAGA?
|#9talinthasJan 28, 2004 21:06:06||scions made their first appearance in the second edition box sets, so you must have missed out on a whole generation of DL =)|
|#10sweetmeatsJan 29, 2004 7:10:09||I've got everything from 2nd ed AD&D bar one or two books but I never did bother with SAGA.|
Maybe its just me having forgotten. Remind me, what/who are they again?
|#11cam_banksJan 29, 2004 9:02:04|
Originally posted by SweetMeats
Gold-skinned dwarves with considerable sorcerous power. Only a handful were left after they migrated from Taladas to Ansalon, and their power may have waned over time. The DLCS refers to scions as those who used wild sorcery before the Gods of Magic introduced High Sorcery, so whether this is a general reference to all wild sorcerers or just wild sorcerers who happen to look like gold-skinned dwarves is a little unclear.
|#12sweetmeatsJan 29, 2004 10:30:12||Odd. I have no recolection of gold-skinned dwarves... |
What books where they in?
|#13zombiegleemaxJan 31, 2004 12:29:42||Does anyone know if JeanRabe has any plans of explaining more about fury or Groller in the future? And also I haven't read the Dhamon Saga yet do you think that it was a pretty good book? Please no SPOILERS.|
|#14talinthasJan 31, 2004 12:48:34||the dhamon saga is great =)|
and sweetmeats, trust me on this. reread the timeline in time of the dragon, way back at the beginning, and you'll see the scions.
personally i love them =)