|#1Shei-NadFeb 09, 2004 17:23:37||Aside from the wanderer's guide of DS2e and the Timeline of Athas, is there any other material that describes the obsidian plains / dead lands. The Timeline gives info and presents characters of which I know nothing (Qwith, the Seventh Tree) and the description of the wanderer's guide gives very little. The map also shows some elements which are not described anywhere.|
Were those supposed to be part of Secrets of the Dead Lands?
And is it just me or their's an Undead Tarrasque stuck over there?
|#2jon_oracle_of_athasFeb 10, 2004 8:44:07||Qwith is an epic NPC that appears in both Secrets of the Dead Lands and the companion adventure The Emissary. Once Terrors of Athas is out, Gab and I will continue the work on The Emissary. |
And no, there is no undead tarrasque in the Deadlands.
|#3GrummoreFeb 10, 2004 11:07:54||You can go to my web site and snatch a copy of "The DeadLands of Athas". It's an unofficial project made by Gerard Lewis which I remasterised and made it pdf.|
|#4nytcrawlrFeb 10, 2004 15:06:56|
Originally posted by Grummore
Which makes reference to the undead tarrasque, or did at one point in time anyways.
Sorry for the confusion.
|#5zombiegleemaxFeb 10, 2004 15:59:42||I don't know much about the obsidian plains, but shouldn't black rock collect so much heat that the whole is probably above 150F during high noon? Methinks it would be far to hot to travel there during the day or even be down wind of it.|
|#6nytcrawlrFeb 10, 2004 16:04:51||According to SotDL and I'm not 100% sure on this so take it with salt, but it does get very hot during the day in the Obsidian Plains area.|
Can't remember the specific numbers right now, but 150 doesn't sound too far off.