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16 May 2007 @ 02:38 am
Notebook and word count  
So, I've done a lot of my recent work in my little blue notebook of death, which I like a lot more than regular lined paper or my other notebooks because the spacing is just a little thinner, and because it isn't flimsy. It's not a spiral-bound, and it doesn't have perforations, so over the year and a half that I've been writing in it, it's held together all right. (I'm at page 97, and it's only 120 pages, so it may be about time to start looking for a new one...)

My work over the last few nights was with the session where the party was heading towards Xen'drik to find Heilyn, our "freak of nature" (need to talk to Emma about this, because, while that's what my notes say, why were we using an earthsled to get there? I propose we find Heilyn somewhere on our Khorvaire-equivalent towards the south, so it's out of the way but not ridiculous), and while on the road we run into the first bunch of monks of the White Hare. Over Sunday night, Monday night, and tonight, I managed to fill ten pages in the notebook, and tonight I typed up the first two and a half pages. 715 words thus far, after minor editing, and seven and a half pages still to go...

We've pretty much revamped most of the world, but we still need to decide on place names. It'll happen...
Mood: goodgood
Ryanbardwnb on May 17th, 2007 12:29 am (UTC)
I seem to recall that we were taking the earth sled because of the storms shrouding Xendrik; the airship could only land in certain places. Or at least that was Michael's excuse at the time.
Ossobucopeacebone on May 17th, 2007 04:32 am (UTC)
Ahh, that would make sense... though, wait. Just google-searched for a map of Eberron and it says Xen'drik is another continent. Did we airship to a landing place near the coast and take the sled from there?
Ryanbardwnb on May 17th, 2007 04:53 am (UTC)
I think that was the case. Landed in a city called Storm-something or other and took earthsled from there.
Ossobuco: happy dancingpeacebone on May 17th, 2007 06:13 am (UTC)
Right, the notes mention Storm Reach, I think. Thank you very much!
MaxAntinonekrail on May 17th, 2007 06:59 am (UTC)
Really? I figured there were only a few places to land because Xen'drik had such dense jungles.
Ossobucopeacebone on May 17th, 2007 08:10 am (UTC)
This also seems likely, now that you mention it. The end decision'll depend on just how we finish tweaking the world, so Emma and I shall discuss.