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    Jeff Richard
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    Simon is absolutely right. The main canonical problems that book has are directly the result, ironically, of the person who made the strange restrictions on the book (whose name I will not speak, but the first named additional elements will tell you who it is).

    #7653
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    Jonathan Geere
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    So will everything be rectified soon-ish in a HQ Trollpak by Dan and Sandy? Just hoping!

    #7654
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    Jeff Richard
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    That is in the works.

    #7667
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    Simon Phipp
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    With a Kyger Litor write-up, of course?

    #7669
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    boztakang
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    Several, at least – I want this to be the best Glorantha supplement ever!

    In fact, I have proposed an annotated historical atlas mapping the changes in her cult write-up by publication and edition. Complete with full-color text diffs and a handy pull-out infografic detailing the various typefaces, column widths and paragraph indentation schemes to have graced her holy description over the decades. It may up the page count a bit, but we certainly wouldn’t want to cut corners on one of the great traditions of gloranthan literature.

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    Michael Hitchens
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    Looking forward to it (very much). Although I think I’ll survive with only one Kyger Litor write-up

    #7707
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    Jonathan Geere
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    Great news about HQ Trollpak, but I fear that it maybe somewhat down the list of publications in the pipeline. Not all bad considering the list of goodies in the pipeline that have been mooted on the Ethernet.

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    Quote:
    In fact, I have proposed an annotated historical atlas mapping the changes in her cult write-up by publication and edition. Complete with full-color text diffs and a handy pull-out infografic detailing the various typefaces, column widths and paragraph indentation schemes to have graced her holy description over the decades.

    It also needs to be edible.

    #7721
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    Scott Martin
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    Quote from Roko Joko on April 28, 2014, 18:27

    It also needs to be edible.

    With darksense-native markup, although that may amount to the same thing.

    #7723
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    Graeme Vallance
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    Quote from Scott Martin on April 28, 2014, 18:45
    With darksense-native markup, although that may amount to the same thing.

    ASCII = Argan-Argar Standard Code for Information Interchange?

    #7724
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    boztakang
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    Quote from Graeme Vallance on April 28, 2014, 22:48

    Quote:
    Quote from Scott Martin on April 28, 2014, 18:45
    With darksense-native markup, although that may amount to the same thing.

    ASCII = Argan-Argar Standard Code for Information Interchange?

    that was the old standard, before utf-ATE encoding.

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