I've also changed how data is loaded when the sheet opens.
ISSUE FIXED. PLEASE REPORT ANY ISSUES IN SITE DISCUSSION
More confusion......is Galendrill casting the spell from the scroll he just took out? or is he just reading it out loud (and is that allowed on a magical scroll) or silently?
Just a few questions from Nordengienst's house.
It's not a magic scroll, sorry for the confusion. It's a scroll with information on it
Actually, you can go through Clonworth to the west. It's quite a distance though. I'll try to figure how far you'd have to travel... the historical maps are not to scale.
Sure, my assumption has always been that the quays won't extend beyond a few miles past the city limits. Regardless of whether "few" might mean 3, 5 or even 10 or more miles, I think the general theory behind the suggestion should hopefully still be valid. Unless it takes us more than a day's march out, or unless we have a time-sensitive matter to attend to in the city (that we're aware of).
I actually went in and found the dimensions of the city, converted from hectares, then rounded and applied them to my version of the map. So... is that the plan, people?
I've got much updating in other threads. Let's reach a consensus in this one if possible, and I'll get you moving.
In Character, G didn't want to rain completely on Lenna's concept, so I posted an appropriate IC reply. We can go whatever way that people want, as a player I'm fine with whatever. Thanks for the clarifications!
EDIT: I just considered another angle which I included at the end of my IC post. I do think running for it is best, now. But I defer to the others.