Re: Re: Travel distance per day?

From: Roderick and Ellen Robertson <rjremr_at_...>
Date: Wed, 10 Nov 2004 09:02:21 -0800

C'est par mon ordre et pour le bien de l'Etat que le porteur du pr�sent a fait ce qu'il a fait.
- Richelieu

> > Yes, but Gloranthan years are shorter, so it balances. ;-)
> Indeed it does--move everything into leagues, and define one league
> as the standard distance one walks in an hour, with an hour being
> defined as 1/24th of a Gloranthan day. Who knows exactly how far a
> league is in terrestrial measurement, but it is clearly defined in
> Gloranthan terms.

Of course, without a reliable chronometer you can't really be accurate in guaging "an hour".... ;-). (Oh, wait, it's the length of time needed to walk a league).

And one man's league isn't the same as another's, or a horse's...


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