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Re:Lord Fear

Post by Wolfshead » Wed Dec 08, 2004 9:45 pm

The reason why I was asking is because I have tried to make a map of some of the places that are outside of the dungeon.

I have a list, please let me know I have missed anything out.

Duntley wood
Dunswater
Dungarth
Dunshelm
Foretress of Doom
Vale of Vanburn
Elvandis (Elf realm)
Mt Fear
Sewers of Goth
Black Tower of Goth
Wolfglade
Wolfenen
Crazed Heffer
Tower of time
Rocks of Bruin
Mabl;ehead
Linghorn
Witch-haven
Wintera
Catacombs (Velda hinted about the catacombs beyond the dungeon and Merlin said that Morghana entered the dungeon through the lower catacombs, so maybe they link up to other worlds).

If anyone can think of any others and where they'd be in relation to one another let me know.

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Re:Lord Fear

Post by Ark » Sat Dec 11, 2004 9:42 pm

Hmmm...problem is how to define the Dungeon. For example, is the Rift of Angar (Lv 2 in S7) in the Dungeon? If not, then how can it be the setting for Lv 2? And if so, why doesn't Wolfenden count?

The way I always thought of it is that as the Dungeon grew, it absorbed other small dimensions into itself. So perhaps Elvandis is now permanently joined with the Dungeon? Similar thing goes for places like the Great Mire, the Forest of Dun, and so on?

And of course, there's the confusion of how the Levels relate to each other. Treguard once said that Levels and really places, they're more like caterogisations of how dangerous a place was.

What might be an idea is to count all places as being part of one Dimension like the Dungeon, and then work from there. :)
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Re:Lord Fear

Post by Wolfshead » Sat Dec 11, 2004 11:32 pm

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Re:Lord Fear

Post by Drassil » Sun Dec 12, 2004 1:02 am

If you mean that you're collecting Knightmare place names, here are a few more:

Greenshades
The Greenwood
Mines of Gore
Mines of ?Malapict (mentioned in Series 6)
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Atlantis
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Re:Lord Fear

Post by Wolfshead » Sun Dec 12, 2004 3:14 pm

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When were the Mines of Gore mentioned, I have only a feint reccallection of the name.

Also I think the Greenwood just means all the forest that connects to the dungeon.

Was Lord Brinkator's caslt ementioned?

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Re:Lord Fear

Post by TheBrollachan » Sun Dec 12, 2004 3:45 pm

Mines of Gore...

Series 6, the final part of the dungion according to Captain Nemanor, as he casted the WIND spell on the team (cannot remember which), that went on to win the series.
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