The Haunted Halls of Eveningstar Director's Cut?

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From Candlekeep:

Originally posted by The Red Walker [br]
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Originally posted by The Red Walker [br]  This I can answer in part. Keep doing what your doing now, just do more. wotc has two persons whose jobs entail of monitoring forums like this. And we were told definately they read everything going on here at the keep as well as their boards and others. They hear what we are saying and they are listening.


Really? I am surprised by this news... I knew they were aware of us, but I had no idea they actually checked out the commentary here.



 You can believe it my furry little friend, we do matter.


Now to try and prove it I'm going to try and paraphrase what Ed said about this very thing, dangerous for me since I showed up after work, didn't leave too til after 12:30am...and then drove home, slept 4 hours and have worked all day!


Ed said wotc knew they had three masters to consider when making this move and number 1 was taking care of the large base of long time fans/customers and making us happy....and darn if I can remember the last two! I'm sure one of my friends on attendance can pick me up and finish my partial memory


I'm particularly interested in learning more about this.

While I've always suspected that Wizards' has had one of it's special little eyes on us [given the regular presence of such Realms luminaries like Ed and such], I'd like to know how they feel about Candlekeep, generally.



 Something else that should interest you. When the discussion about The website that is going to be rolled out is going to have everything about the realms ever published available in PDF form....Ed brought up a product he had write with the expectation of 96 pages.he was asked to cut I down to 32 pages of which one was an ad. (i really wish i had taken notes, Haunted Halls of Eveningstar I think it was)  Ed asked if we would have interest if something like that was made available in it original form. Of course almost every hand shot up. Ed was then asked by " a decision maker" if he would rather make available a restored "directors cut" or a re-imagined version. I believe Ed thought a re-imagining would be much fun to do.


 So truly, every option is on the table.



A DIRECTOR'S CUT OF THE HAUNTED HALLS?!?!?!?![:H]

YES!!!!!!!!![^]


  

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I always saw the High Level NPCs as shepherds of the Realms not its defenders. Making sure that not too many sheep were lost as they milled around (as they are wont to do) and bringing on the young'uns into the job. In that way a shepherd never has time to go and hunt down all of the wolves but is pretty dashed effective at keeping them away from the sheep when they rear their heads.
"It was a puzzle why things were always dragged kicking and screaming. No one ever seemed to want to, for example, lead them gently by the hand." - Terry Pratchett
Interesting. I certainly didn't expect to see this, but I'm pleased.
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WotC needs to release the rest of the Border Kingdom articles also...

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I would pay a large sum of money to see the Haunted Halls of Eveningstar released as Ed intended.

Yes. Yes. Yes.
Cheers Imruphel aka Scrivener of Doom
What if it was released on DDI?

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I'd sure like to use a super-spiffed up Haunted Halls in my current Realms game (set in Cormyr).

WotC, count me interested in this.
What if it was released on DDI?



DDi is fine for me. I subscribe and, while I have absolutely no interest in the homebrewed fantasy heartbreaker which is D&D Next, I will continue to subscribe to DDi for as long as FR and Dark Sun content continues to be published.

I actually prefer PDFs simply because I have lived in three different countries over the past decade+ and I sometimes live in more than one country at a time. Moving books around is a pain... which is why I am currently building a library on the vacant block next to my latest house to store everything RPG and book related.
Cheers Imruphel aka Scrivener of Doom