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All week Shaundar had been at the docks, lending a hand with the loading. It was a mind-boggling process, keeping track of all the provisions, which had to be taken into orbit bit by bit in flitters, since elven Armada-class ships were incapable of landfall. It was amazing how many things were required to feed the crew of a dreadnaught! First there came the dried provisions; waybread, dried fruits, peas and beans, pemmican and cornbread (innovations of the green elves borrowed by the Imperial Elven Navy,) and these in scores of enormous wooden crates. Next were the preserves; fruit preserves, pickles of all sorts, magically-sealed and preserved citrus fruits to prevent Sailor’s Disease, these in scores of slightly smaller crates that were easier to carry. They were followed by barrel after crate full of baking and cooking supplies: flour, honey, baking powder, yeast, spices, and butter in magically-preserved containers. After…
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The elves of Evermeet make use of a particular variant of the Elven Man-o-War, gifted from the Elven Imperial Navy: the Ruathimaer, or “Starwing!” This corvette-class 45 ton warship is the essence of Evermeet’s space defense. In recent years, more examples of this configuration have begun to appear as work-horses for planetary defense system ships in other spheres under the Navy’s protection also.
Chapter 16 of Brothers in Arms is now uploaded and ready for reading! You can find it above or on Scribd at this link. Enjoy!
When role-playing in an Orcish environment, it often behooves the game master to have names for their goblin allies. Below is a table designed to generate names for any goblin or hobgoblin PC or NPC. Designed in the fashion of Owen KC Stevens’ By Any Other Name articles (dragon magazine #251, 260, 261, 262, 267), it should allow you to generate a name for any goblins, or hobgoblins, in your game. To use the tables, roll a D20 and consult table one, then roll the appropriate number of percentile dice.
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