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Tuesday, March 2, 2010
Old School: Midkemian Splendor
Back before he became a best-selling author, Raymond E. Feist published some pretty good old school town/city supplements based in what was to become the famous world of Midkemia. Of these, I still have the workable city of Carse, which actually found its way to Glorantha as the city of Karse in the Holy Country. However, my first Midkemian purchase was Tulan of the Isles, which I thought was a splendidly developed town built on several islands in a river. It even had its own dungeon, The Black Tower, which was available as a separate product. Yet my local game store never had it in and I'd given up paying shipping by that stage. Exploring around the old school blogosphere, what do I find tonight but Midkemia Press's residual website, which includes a free download of The Black Tower. Now if only I could find Tulan of the Isles...
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