This work is intended SOLEY for the amusement and entertainment of James Matthew Snapp and his friends and associates. It is NOT permitted to copy or sell this work, in whole or in part, in any way without my written permission (which you probably won’t get). I also reserve copyright for all portions of this work that are my original effort. Portions that are not my original effort are described below, and the owners still retain all copyright and claim to these portions. So don’t sue me, this is just for fun, and I am not intentionally making claim to any work that I did not do.
Portions of this work that are the intellectual property of others (when I plagiarize, I plagiarize from the best…):
Common Symbols (includes symbols used on Trade Routes Map)- Lifted pretty much intact from the original World of Greyhawk™ Campaign Setting, written by Gary Gygax, Ed. By Steven Winter, Published by TSR, Inc., 1983.
Elvish Language and Script, Dwarvish Language and Script, Halfling Language, and Orcish Language-
Lifted also pretty much intact from the appendixes in The Return of the King, written by J.R.R. Tolkien, published by Houghton Mifflin Company, 1965, 70th printing, 1980; and the appendix of The Silmarillion, written by J.R.R. Tolkien, published by George Allen & Unwin, Ltd. by arrangement with Houghton Mifflin Company, 1977, first Ballantine Books edition, 1979.
Dwarvish Numeral Runes- “Runes- Strange Marks with a message”, written by Phil Taterczynski and Roger Raupp, reprinted in The Best of Dragon™ Magazine, Vol. IV, pp 72-79. The Best of Dragon™ Magazine Vol. IV, was Edited by Kim Mohan and Roger Moore, and published by TSR, Inc. Publications Division, in May of 1985.
Weather System- Lifted pretty much intact from the original World of Greyhawk™ Campaign Setting, written by Gary Gygax, Ed. By Steven Winter, Published by TSR, Inc., 1983.
No, this is not a Open Gaming License or “d20”™ product. I don’t know if I want to go through all that rigamarole just to roll dice with my friends.
If anyone sees any areas that they think I, ahem, “acquired” from someone else that I have not mentioned here, please contact me, and I will happily discuss them. I have been working on this setting since 1983,