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Post Posted: Tue Aug 02, 2005 6:40 am 
 

I suspect that they don't mean the Cotwolds, rather the Yorkshire Wolds or maybe the ones in Lincs/Leics

Cotswolds are mainly in Gloucestershire (north of me) and are not particularily extensive.
As a wild guess I'd say 50 miles long.

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Has anyone got a nice long list of all the modules etc that are set in the City State world? Not just the half dozen which include Witch Court Marshes, nor the obvious like Tarantis & CSWE/CSIO.
And did Mayfair or anyone produce further material for this world which wasn't published by JG?

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Post Posted: Tue Aug 02, 2005 6:57 am 
 

Mayfair Games did publish additional CSIO expansions, but they took CSIO and stuck it on a little island and wrote about the new island that was the entire world as far as Mayfair Games was concerned. Theres no connection between the Wilderlands campaigns and Mayfair's CSIO. They just bought the name and used it.

I don't have a complete list, Alan or Shane are most likely to be able to answer that one. Don't forget Tegel Manor though.


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Post Posted: Tue Aug 02, 2005 5:00 pm 
 

b_stedman wrote:I suspect that they don't mean the Cotwolds, rather the Yorkshire Wolds or maybe the ones in Lincs/Leics

Cotswolds are mainly in Gloucestershire (north of me) and are not particularily extensive.
As a wild guess I'd say 50 miles long.

We're a bit O/T, aren't we.
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Erm,
Has anyone got a nice long list of all the modules etc that are set in the City State world? Not just the half dozen which include Witch Court Marshes, nor the obvious like Tarantis & CSWE/CSIO.
And did Mayfair or anyone produce further material for this world which wasn't published by JG?

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Tegel Manor
Modron
Thieves of Fortress Badabaskor
Gencon IX Dungeon
Citadel of Fire
Frontier Forts of Kelnore
Dragon Crown
Of Skulls & Scrapfaggot Green
Dark Tower
Under the Storm Giants Castle
Survival of the Fittest
Caverns of Thracia
Verbosh
Operation Ogre
Mines of Custalcon
Book of Treasure Maps
Maltese Clue
Temple of Ra Accursed by Set
Sword of Hope
Tower of Ulission
Escape from Astigar's Lair
Treasure Vaults of Lindoran
Inferno
Book of Treasure Maps II
Book of Ruins
Ravenscrag
Lara's Tower
Dragon's Hall
Trial by Fire
Zienteck
House on Hangman's Hill
Tower of Indomitable Circumstance
Restormel
Illhedrin Book
F'deck Fo's Tomb
Glory Hole Dwarven Mine
Heroic Expeditions
Prey of Darkness
Corsairs of Tallibar
Druids of Doom
In Search of Kelandor's Gold

:roll: If I missed anything (did not include the campaign setting stuff, runequest/etc modules) then you know what...Bugger off!  :wink:  :)

As to the other question: Zocchi Distributors reprinted a handful of Judges Guild Scenarios. Their Gamescience did a Tegel Manor, Revised and Expanded. Mayfair did the other CSotIO multiple box set thing. QuikLink did a d20 Dark Tower and Necromancer Games has done d20 adaptations of The Caverns of Thracia, City State of the Invincible Overlord, Players guide to the Wilderlands and a Wilderlands of High Fantasy box set (with Tegel Manor maybe also in the future).

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Post Posted: Tue Aug 02, 2005 5:25 pm 
 

You would also need to add the dozen modules printed in Pegasus, each of which is a City State addition (although I have not seen The Black Ring).  

They are module length and at least one is as good as any other JG publication (Revenge of the Ant God).


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Post Posted: Tue Aug 02, 2005 5:33 pm 
 

The thing about the City State modules is that little attempt was made to enforce unanimity of theme or culture.  Many of them are simply located on the City State world map as if they fell from space...which is possible, now that I think of it.


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Post Posted: Fri Aug 05, 2005 1:15 pm 
 

Neither Inferno nor Lindoran were set in the City State World

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Post Posted: Fri Aug 05, 2005 5:27 pm 
 

Geoff Dale wrote:Neither Inferno nor Lindoran were set in the City State World


Aye..made the list quickly just taking anything that was a module and had either D&D, AD&D, or Universal fantasy as the system it was written for.

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I am eagerly waiting for the expanded version of Inferno. (No rush though  :wink:  :D )

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Post Posted: Fri Aug 05, 2005 5:47 pm 
 

What I always wonder about The Vaults of Lindoran is:  Why did the elves hide their treasure so no one could possibly get it, defend it with traps and monsters and then leave handy clues to help robbers get in?


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Post Posted: Fri Aug 05, 2005 9:00 pm 
 

I'm typing Inferno as fast as I can, which mostly means in hotels on business trips.  But I have gotten past the end of the original module.  I'm still hoping to finish it this year, then it will need 3E conversion.

As for Lindoran, the back-story there changed somewhat from the way I originally ran it in my campaign.  I don't exactly remember the reason(s).  Now that I've got a copy on the way, maybe I'll look into it after Inferno is done.

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Post Posted: Sat Aug 06, 2005 2:33 pm 
 

I used The Vaults of Lindoran in my campaign just the other day.   :)


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