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    I may have missed it, but did you list 1e Unearthed Arcana? The Barbarian class had some info on the different "barbarian" cultures of Greyhawk.

    I can't recall if the Greyhawk information for the Barbarian also appeared in Dragon #63 which was the first appearance of the class that appeared in UA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beasterbrook View Post
    KET3I-01 Secrets of the Past
    KET3I-02 Choices
    KET3I-03 Do You Take This Man?
    KET3I-04 On the Road Again
    KET4I-01 Of Dragons, Demigods, and Ancient Times
    KET5I-01 Best Man for the Job
    All added. Thanks.

    KET1-04: Search for the Lost
    KET1-05: Thicker than Water
    Fixed. I see my notes for this section had a question mark next to the two different Search for the Lost adventures, which means I found conflicting evidence when researching. Was there ever a KET1-06?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg K View Post
    I may have missed it, but did you list 1e Unearthed Arcana? The Barbarian class had some info on the different "barbarian" cultures of Greyhawk.
    I didn't include UA on the list, despite a few Greyhawk links. As a general rule, I didn't include the "core" books from any edition even if they did contain a little bit of Greyhawk lore in them. This guide would probably end up absorbing most of the 1e and 3e Collector's Guides if I did that .

    I can't recall if the Greyhawk information for the Barbarian also appeared in Dragon #63 which was the first appearance of the class that appeared in UA.
    Yes, Dragon #63 contains the same barbarian cultural information as UA, pretty much word for word based on a quick comparison.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Echohawk View Post
    All added. Thanks.


    Fixed. I see my notes for this section had a question mark next to the two different Search for the Lost adventures, which means I found conflicting evidence when researching. Was there ever a KET1-06?
    No.. Ket is one of the easier regions.. the Ket site is still up..

    Ket Adventures

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    Quote Originally Posted by beasterbrook View Post
    No.. Ket is one of the easier regions.. the Ket site is still up..
    Thanks. How on earth did I manage to miss that when I originally researched this guide?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Echohawk View Post
    Thanks. How on earth did I manage to miss that when I originally researched this guide?
    You are forgiven... my Google-Fu is strong..

    Under Ekibir

    There were some..


    The magazine of the roleplays - Backstab - had also offered a platform to Living Greyhawk by publishing semi-official” but clearly localised adventures “in Ekbir.
    Backstab 33: Death and its White Horse
    Backstab 34: The War of the 73e sourate
    Backstab 36: History of Mines (without real Ekbir contents)
    and, to note, also this adventure written within the framework of Convention “Odyssey” - Metz, who takes again elements of the countryside without being integrated officially inside.
    The Horn of Irian

    http://au.babelfish.yahoo.com/transl...rUrl=Translate

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    EKB7-04S Le Choc des Titans

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    EKB7-02S Le Choc des Titans

    EKB3-01M: L'Appel du Bassin.. (was also origionally called EKBS3-02)


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    Quote Originally Posted by beasterbrook View Post
    Backstab 33: Death and its White Horse
    Backstab 34: The War of the 73e sourate
    Backstab 36: History of Mines (without real Ekbir contents)
    The Horn of Irian
    Were those titles in English to start with, or are those the English translations (in which case, I think I'd prefer to list the French titles, in line with the rest of the Ekbir titles)?

    Please change
    EKB7-04S Le Choc des Titans
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    EKB7-02S Le Choc des Titans

    EKB3-01M: L'Appel du Bassin.. (was also origionally called EKBS3-02
    Fixed, and a note added for L'Appel du Bassin. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Echohawk View Post
    Were those titles in English to start with, or are those the English translations (in which case, I think I'd prefer to list the French titles, in line with the rest of the Ekbir titles)?

    They are the Babel Fish translations.. should take you to the translated page, will need to cut an paste to get to the origional..

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    Quote Originally Posted by beasterbrook View Post
    They are the Babel Fish translations.. should take you to the translated page, will need to cut an paste to get to the origional.
    Fixed, thanks .

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    Well it seems that Beasterbrook (hello Brette) has given all the answers concerning Ekbir for me

    I have quickly browsed this thread, but is there somewhere a file or database compiling of all these information ? said otherwise i have seen mentioned a "Guide" - where can I find it ?

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