It's fun to imagine the Crimson Bat moving around the Crater, at 10_at_ per day and realise that it can stay unfed, in the light of the Full Moon as long as it stays close enough to the Crater. More than 10 hexes out from the Crater and the Bat cannot keep up, and therefore falls into the Black and Dying phases and must eat.
> On 27/02/12 22:12, Trotsky wrote:
> > In the southern provinces, surely it must? (Or most of them, at any
> > rate). And much of southern Dara Happa too, for that matter, including
> > Alkoth. At least, I can't see why it wouldn't.
> I work on the following assumptions:
> (1) each phase of the moon effects a seventh of the world
> (2) this effect starts from the moon, directly above Glamour
> (3) full moon falls on Wildday in all the places my campaign has
> explored (Esrolia, Sartar, Pavis)
> If these are all true it fixes the zone in which the full moon is on
> Wildday quite strictly!
> Included are indeed Alkoth (but not Darjinn which might have interesting
> significance), also Imther, Vanch, Holay, Tarsh, but only eastern Aggar,
> western Balazar, most of the Dagori Inkarth, Sartar, the Grazelands,
> Kethaela, Prax and Vulture's Country.
> Most of the Wastelands, eastern Balazar, Jarst, the Redlands and the
> Elder Wilds are however a day out in the one direction whilst Dorastor,
> Eastern Ralios, Seshnela etc are the other way.
> Oraya and Fronela are two days to either side and Carmania and Eol three.
> I have wondered if there is significance on which day the moon is
> strongest for different parts of the world though I haven't actually
> tried to analyse this in any detail...
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