Re: Watchdog of Feroda

From: Andrew Larsen <aelarsen_at_8358eww4GfXlGjxyvCXvXnGb1MvjfnFlBoP22TA1hbtxMNcXpdv3Fhy_3wDtWhJv10Q>
Date: Tue Jun 05 09:29:51 2012

As I recall, doesn't the Zola Fel get very low during Fire Season? During dry years, it might even be in danger of running dry. And didn't Oakfed nearly destroy Zola Fel during the Godtime? (Perhaps I'm just remembering something from a fan site). If so, it's clearly a much smaller river than something like the Columbia or the Mississippi or, in Glorantha, the Oslira. It's important primarily because so much RQ material is located at places along the river.

Andrew E. Larsen
On Jun 5, 2012, at 11:03 AM, Greg Stafford wrote:

> On Sun, Jun 3, 2012 at 11:06 PM, pentallion <> wrote:
> > >
> > Peter, you've never seen the Columbia River Gorge at sunset. As I recall,
> > that was used to describe what the Zola Fel region looked like. I've seen
> > a lot of earthly rivers and none compare to that vista. But if great,
> > means big, long or populated, well, YGMV
> >
> Although the comparison with the Columbia may have been made, it was not
> made by me.
> The Zola Fel does not in any way compare to the Columbia
> not in length
> not in quantity
> not in population
> not in orientation towards sunset
> not in navigablity
> --
> Greg Stafford
> Game Designer
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

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