Re: Re: [OT] Cheap publishing tricks

From: Ian Cooper <ian_hammond_cooper_at_KK6hRyrG2mwphI7DQfVkvOwvmY6P7_SaYqq0GBFWc9SZf_PopWNTKh1Pz>
Date: Thu, 21 Feb 2002 17:49:33 +0000 (GMT)

> What? And risk him not typing for a few years AGAIN?
Are you mad?

I just had strange visions of Dragon dictate being trained to recognize Gloranthan names.

> Hey! I can write up the Aranwyth Tribe! Woo! =)
Maybe I should do that before I do Trader Princes?

Oooh, too tempting, he's had a go at my stuff too now, does that mean I can join in ;)

Mind you, did anybody else suspect one or two tribe write ups had nods towards the fan(s) most associated with them ;)

Ian Cooper

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"Women as well as men were recruited to restrain combatants, sometimes dampening their weapons by throwing clothing over them. Peacemaking of this sort required srength and courage more than negotiating skills...The clothing was more sign than substance, like the bell signalling the end of a round, and it seems that the sign was not without significant cultual force." - Bloodtaking and Peacemaking by William Ian Miller

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