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February 6, 2012 - After a long hiatus from adding new material, I've recently been working on putting up info on Melvaunt and the Moonsea for my gaming group. There's very little here that's original, but some might be interested in reading the game summaries. We started with the adventure Sons of Gruumsh to which I added some bits from Mysteries of the Moonsea. I'm now trying to develop the plot and keep it going until our regular DM can take back over and let me go back to playing.
January 20, 2009 - Updated the Daggerdale Timeline to include information gleaned from the Ed Greenwood's replies on the Candlekeep website. Also used the information to create a family tree for Randal Morn's family.
January 15, 2009 - I have added a description of Castle Daggerdale to the Daggerdale Project, complete with maps in both CC2 and JPG format. The castle has no official description in Realms canon, but I have tried to incorporate what little information there is into the description. Hope you find it useful.
January 13, 2009 - The maps of Skullport have been updated to correct some errors, and to improve their look. I have also added a new page to provide details about the two businesses shown on the maps and the NPCs who run them. Enjoy!
December 22, 2008. I have finished working on the links. I ended up switching the site over to php in order to make it easier to alter the look of the site. There are about 168 pages in the Arylon folder alone, and having to edit all of them to correct one small problem with a link in the menu is total heartache. Now I only have to edit one page. If you got here through the old html pages, I apologize for the extra click, but Geocities doesn't enable 301 redirects and the search engines don't like the meta refresh.
In addition to that, I updated the look of the Into the Shadows section. I think it looks pretty spiffy now. My nephew and I are talking about picking the story up again, and may do that after the holidays.
December 15, 2008. I've been doing a good bit of work on the site, changing the banners and the main menu to some of the out of the way areas in order to make it easier to navigate. As a consequence I've broken some of the links, and I'm in the process of fixing them. I think they are all fixed except those in the Arylon Project. If you find any elsewhere, please let me know. The Arylon links should be fixed within a couple of days. Navigation within the Arylon Project works, but the links back to the other areas of the site are broken.
December 8, 2008. Reorganized the map page and added a few new maps.
December 6, 2008. For about five years now I have been working sporadically on a customized write up of the village of Longsaddle. I am finally reasonably satisfied with what I have produced, and I have uploaded it to the website (click on the Longsaddle button in the menu to the left). It is a long document, and was so long in the writing that it's possible that I ended up with some logistical contradictions on the page. As always, if you encounter any broken links, typographical errors, or other mistakes, please let me know. I can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. I would also like to know if you have material or suggestions that would improve the content or look of the site. Thank you, and enjoy.
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