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From:     sean@???????.????????.com
Date:     Tue, 19 Mar 1996 18:09:53 -0800
Subject:  Re: The Future of Spelljammer
Douglas Russell writes:

>Meanwhile, a jumbled asteroid city known simply as "The Belt" serves as a
>different kind of neutral ground.  It consists of a series of asteroids, mined
>out by dwarves, now connected by buildings, flying bridges, decks, ladders,
>etc.
>It is a lawless, dangerous place, a port of call -- a place for diplomats,
>hustlers, entrepreneurs...(.hey, that sounds awfully familiar...B5)  Anyhow,
>it is a
>rough and tumble place where all kinds of things can be bought or sold.  It
is *
>much* different from the Rock of Bral, as there is no single ruling government
>or entity.


This is the part that really gets my interest, especially with that dwarven
tech. Do you have any more worked out on The Belt?

Sean Nicolson                        sean@???????.????????.com



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SubjectFromDate (UTC)
The Future of Spelljammer    Douglas Russell    19 Mar 1996 14:27:00
Re: The Future of Spelljammer    Mike Phillips    19 Mar 1996 16:25:27
Re: The Future of Spelljammer    Paul Westermeyer    19 Mar 1996 16:38:45
Re: The Future of Spelljammer    Thomas O. Magann Jr.    19 Mar 1996 17:26:27
Re: The Future of Spelljammer    sean@???????.????????.com    20 Mar 1996 02:09:53
Re: The Future of Spelljammer    Douglas J Russell    20 Mar 1996 15:14:00
Re: The Future of Spelljammer    Douglas J Russell    20 Mar 1996 15:23:00
Re: The Future of Spelljammer    Thomas O. Magann Jr.    20 Mar 1996 17:57:31

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