Talk:The Cursed Land

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Summary: A rough first pass

Just finished a rough summary. Really rough. It's probably not the most concise or elegantly written thing I've ever written but I wanted to get the story down before I forgot all the details. If folks want to edit away on it--feel free. I just thought it'd be good to have this out there to start working from. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 207.69.139.154 (talkcontribs).

Thanks. Are you sure on how you spelled Sangra(n)zuls? I had my material from translated book, hence I might be wrong, but I'd like you to check again how it is exactly written in the original english book. Thanks again --MORT (T) 22:36, 13 March 2010 (UTC)

Yeah. I'm sure. I'm looking at it right now: San-gra-zul. I'm thinking of putting in a separate section on characters as well as new races/creatures/artifacts/planes introduced in the novel too at some point. Anything else you think the article might need? —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 207.69.139.154 (talkcontribs).

I will be thankful for all obscure info you remember or find in the novel. I've read it quite long time ago. Planes? I really can't recall any other planes mentioned by name than Cridhe itself, although Malvos mentioned being on others than Cridhe IIRC. EDIT: Oh, there was Ilcae of course. --MORT (T) 17:23, 14 March 2010 (UTC)
I dunno. I kinda' rank places like "the death pools" or "the storm lines" to be names as much as "Serra's Realm" or "Bolas' Meditation Realm" but yeah--it's kind of unsure where they fit in canon, whether they themselves are whole planes or just regions of planes akin to the Izzet Steam Maze or the Panopticon. So yeah. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 207.69.140.20 (talkcontribs).
Of course, location pages will be also appreciated, if they're not confirmed as planes (and planeswalkers rarely control whole (natural) planes). I have no recollection of these two places you mentioned (it's been years), but is it likely that "the storm lines" is not exactly a place, but some kind of mana lines some 'walker used as a resource? One more question. In my translated version they just used Thorn as name. So was it actually his nickname/title of sorts in the original version? (You mentioned 'the Thorn' in Tempe's article page). --MORT (T) 22:00, 15 March 2010 (UTC)