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On August 7, 2014 at 2:01am CST, Chris F wrote thus:
Great website!  I used to come here frequently, years ago, when I was new to DMing.  I still stop by every now and then to see if things are still running.  Your campaigns gave me a lot of inspiration in those early days, and a couple of your monsters have been very useful.  Glad to hear you're still gaming!  Best of luck, and thanks!

    Thanks for leaving me this message. While it's honestly been a while since I've made an update
    to this website - which I feel guilty about -  I do still roleplay every week and Sulerin is still used
    as my campaign setting. My current campaign is about four years old and is set in the
    Bethdezran empire in the northwestern corner of the main continent, often around the cities of
    Bethra, Amn and Ashanath, with frequent forays eastward into the Black Order controlled Dezeri
    lands. We've been having something of a dragon renascence, complicated by the spreading
    influence of a cult of "dreamers" who trade their bodies for immortality in the bodies of others
    and who exalt the supremacy of mortal self-empowerment over the influence of the divine. We've
    been using the Pathfinder rules through-out and it's been an exciting campaign with regional
    impact, now in the early stages of mythic/epic adventure. I look forward to sharing it with you
    and our other readers.
        Thank you once again for your comment. I'm grateful every time I hear from someone who's
    been inspired by Best wishes to you and I hope you continue to forge great stories
    through roleplaying.
            - Randy

On April 22, 2014 at 2:38pm CST, Ulla Poulsen wrote thus:
Having come to this site for years I can no longer enter anywhere but links and the guestbook.
Oh I also get internal server error on my smartphone.
Is it my computer or are you closing down?
I would truly hate it if it is the last since this is the place I look first for monsters to my campaigns.

Ulla Poulsen

     Thank you for visiting. I recently moved the website to  a new server and
     some of the connection settings were screwed up. It's all fixed now.

On April 14, 2014 at 8:42pm CST, Myxlplyct wrote thus:
Internal Server Error over and over for the last few weeks when clicking on any of the list items at left...kinda stinks. :(

     Long time no see! Everything should be back to normal now.

On April 5, 2014 at 1:45am CST, Angie wrote thus:
Thank you for this. Very informative!

On March 24, 2014 at 7:24pm CST, Geoff wrote thus:

On October 12, 2013 at 11:26am CST, Jimbo wrote thus:
Happy to stop by and sign your guestbook. You have a very nicely put together website. Shows that hard work and dedication to a project does eventually pay off. Excellent job!

On September 5, 2013 at 7:58pm CST, Raneth wrote thus:
Excuse me, but are any of your original monsters Open Game Content? If so, which portions are designated Product Identity and which portions are designated Open Game Content? If I wanted to use any such Open Game Content in a free or commercial product, what should I place under the "Section 15. Copyright Notice" header of the Open Game License included therein?

     All serious OGL inquiries should be submitted in writing to my email address,
     which you can find on the About page. Best in gaming to you! -Randy

On July 6, 2013 at 9:32pm CST, Calvin Roach wrote thus:
I've been a visitor to your site for some time, though I will admit that I've been lax for awhile. Your game world is amazing, but I don't see much having been done on here for awhile. Have you retired from this setting?

      I still roleplay every week, but as a father of 2 it's become challenging to
      find the time to update the website. I have updates written, but... I'll be
      honest, they haven't been making it up to the website. Thanks for being
      a long-time visitor and THANK YOU very much for taking the time to leave
      a comment here. I really appreciate that!

On December 13, 2012 at 10:39pm CST, Malatya wrote thus:
güzel site

On July 26, 2012 at 7:52pm CST, michael wrote thus:
love the forums its nice to have people to play with :D

On March 31, 2012 at 6:23pm CST, Brian Simpson wrote thus:
Great site.  Let me know if you need anything

On December 28, 2011 at 1:14pm CST, Bobs wrote thus:
Hi there! Your work is amazing!

Thanks for all information and conragtulations: your game world is fantastic!!!!

From Brazil!!!!!

On September 25, 2011 at 6:11pm CST, Billy wrote thus:

On September 23, 2011 at 9:57am CST, Me wrote thus:
Amazing site! I've put a couple links to it on my Roleplaying Resources site (url above).

I've been doing a similar thing for my own campaign (, with NPC information, custom spells etc, but nowhere near as extensive as what you have. I've also put together a lot of game turns in prose form (16 years worth), along the same lines as your character journals.

On September 22, 2011 at 8:41am CST, Ouby wrote thus:
Hi, you have made a very good work. This website can improve it. Thanks for all usefull information and for all magic items.
Best wishes

On September 16, 2011 at 10:28am CST, Ouly wrote thus:
Very nice homebrew creations
Thanks for all rule Additions

On September 7, 2011 at 4:10am CST, fanny wrote thus:
I'm so surprise. I like you homepage.
Thanks for tha magic items
That was so helpful for me

On September 2, 2011 at 5:14am CST, Mark wrote thus:
Very nice website! Thanks for all information

On August 29, 2011 at 11:42am CST, kath wrote thus:
Thanks for all informations. that was so helpful for me
I like it.

On August 11, 2011 at 8:34pm CST, S Cairns wrote thus:
Great site.  I hope you keep up the great work.


S. Cairns

On August 9, 2011 at 7:34pm CST, Calvin Roach wrote thus:
I've mentioned this before, several years back, but this site and your campaign world are the greatest homebrew creations I've ever seen. Oh, if only I could participate in your campaigns!

I noticed you've not updated in a year and a half. Have you stopped using the World of Sulerin setting?

At any rate, absolutely fantastic stuff!!!

On July 23, 2011 at 2:42am CST, Fred wrote thus:
like the site

On July 13, 2011 at 8:40pm CST, billywest wrote thus:
amazing site

On April 29, 2011 at 9:38pm CST, jill wrote thus:
hey, great site, so much detailed, useful info - thanks for putting this together. jill

On June 18, 2010 at 11:49pm CST, Aaron wrote thus:
hey your work is the bomb keep it up!

On April 30, 2010 at 2:54am CST, Michael D. Moore wrote thus:
Hey, do you plan to publish your stats and write-ups for the true incasos any time soon?  I am considering using these creatures in an upcoming storyline and would like to have all the species on hand to put them all into perspective with one another as major villains in a large story arc.

On April 28, 2010 at 1:24pm CST, Filimon wrote thus:
Wow, very well done. I was going to design my own world for an upcoming campaign, but having discovered this one I've changed my mind!

On November 11, 2009 at 3:10pm CST, Bob Sacamano wrote thus:
I really like your site!

On June 19, 2009 at 1:52pm CST, Anonymous wrote thus:
I love your website, I use the monstrous index all the time.

Please fix the error in the website. Every time I type anything at all into any field on this website, my browser crashes.

The security code field is the only field that doesn't do this.

On March 29, 2009 at 0:14pm CST, David Latapie wrote thus:
Thank you for this compendium. Please note that the Scalamagdrion also appears in _Pages from the Mages_ (it may even be its very first appearance).

On March 6, 2009 at 0:21am CST, infs wrote thus:
very realiastic.

On February 24, 2009 at 0:01am CST, Cyrus wrote thus:
Are the broken links to the True Incasos because the pages haven't been written yet, or just a glitch?

On January 26, 2009 at 6:02pm CST, Quinn Powlas wrote thus:
Please remove our family references from your site.  You did not get permission first.

    And your family name isn't trademarked, so too bad.


On January 21, 2009 at 5:18pm CST, Boomerwang wrote thus:
Great site! Thanks. One note on links:

Flat Earth Games URL seems like it should be (it is currently, which I think is incorrect)

Thanks again for the fantastic site! Great nav bar.

    Thanks for pointing that out, I'll correct the link. Glad you like the site.

On January 15, 2009 at 6:08pm CST, Lawrence Jacoby wrote thus:
How do you find this kind of time? You must have good sugar momma, or maybe live with your momma?

     Actually, I'm just fantastically smart, dramatically creative, type faster
     than The Flash, and ingeniously spread my work on this site out over
     many years time. My momma's a great person, but I'm pretty happy living
     on my own.
          No, really, I just have a time-machine that creates time for me. I
     built it from legos, but it works great. Legos have come a long way.

On December 23, 2008 at 9:36pm CST, Jenny Powell wrote thus:
I wonet my wish to come true and I pray that it will but it dosent

    Maybe it didn't come true because no one could understand it. Thanks
    for stopping by.

On August 25, 2008 at 8:07am CST, Rob wrote thus:
I had an opportunity to check out your Encounter Maker.  Wow, that is beyond anything that I was hoping to find while searching the internet.  Totally awesome!

     Glad you like it, I've certainly found it useful in my campaigns. Suggestions
     for improvement are always welcome though.

On August 6, 2008 at 4:39am CST, Schyler wrote thus:
Impressive. It's rare that you see such devotion to detail in any personal gaming site. *Applause.*

On June 22, 2008 at 6:05pm CST, Tony Toxic wrote thus:
Absolutly love the site, esp Creature Conversvions, Lore & Stories and the religons, keep up the good work! Cheers, Tony Toxic.

On November 29, 2007 at 2:39pm CST, Marcus wrote thus:
I wish to start a new game. I am a vetern DM but my group is very new, and roleplaying is hard at times, so I havent had much chance to go into great depth with many of my games. The stories are very linear and not a whole lot of background information is usually given, since well..its lost on them alot of the time. That being said I am always on the look out for something new and interesting, and they ARE getting a bit better :)

On September 15, 2007 at 11:41am CST, Phil Kilter wrote thus:
Nice site, thanks.

On September 2, 2007 at 2:13pm CST, Brett wrote thus:
Very nice layout and I enjoyed looking through all the information. I will be using your site as the basis for my campaign and look forward to seeing this site develop. Very nice work!

On August 21, 2007 at 10:08am CST, Guido wrote thus:
Very interesting site. I was wondering if you entered this world into the competition for making a new setting, which caused the release of Eberron?
I must say I slightly miss the specific flavor and detailed info of countries, like normal CS books have, or am I overlooking this info?
However, I am hardly the one to give critics, my own site at the moment is more for the mod of BG2 I am creating than for any D&D stuff (only have all campaign importable stuff). Player is yet too put our (I was DM) 2 year campaign into pdf. I hope to change a bit of that though, as I have at the moment already 135 pages (in CS Book style) of an own Campaign setting I am making: 'Arscura'.
Well, thanks for a good look into how others create their worlds. I salute your skills in making websites and your dedication to building this world. Hope you don't kill me for critics and such a long message.

        I'd like to think I take criticism fairly well and long messages are always nice
        since they usually show an effort to really say something. Anyway, to answer
        your questions. Sulerin is pretty old, I've been working on it for more than 20
        years. When the setting competition at Wizards of the Coast was announced I
        did consider entering it into the competition, but ultimately I decided that I
        wanted to keep the website free and that I didn't want to commercialize the
        setting. I did submit several other entries, but none were chosen. I think it
        spoke volumes when Wizards awarded the competition to one of their own
        staff members out of the over ten-thousand entries submitted by the public.
        I'll leave it to the rest of the public to decide whether that action was
        influenced by cronyism or not. That said, I think Eberron is ok and I like a
        number of ideas that have come from it.
                Anyway, for a long time I've wanted to write a great deal about the
        various countries. Seven or eight regions have been lightly detailed on the
        website, such as the Eastern Empire, United Kingdoms, and a variety of
        other areas. There are various places where cities have received a lot of
        attention, such as Hana, where my present campaign is set. But you're right,
        it would be nice to have more information about the different parts of the
        world. It's something that I've thought a lot about and in some ways I feel
        like I'm limited by the available tools on hand to express it adequately in
        the current way that the Atlas area is set up. As it is, scaling maps and
        checking for accuracy is a bit of a chore at present. I've been trying to think
        of a better way to do it.
                With the advent of 4th edition, there will likely be some incentive for
        me to revise the website as well. Technological limitations that existed last
        time I remodeled have changed, people's monitors support more screen
        space, my understanding of how to organize the tremendous amount of
        information in this site has increased, and my own skills have improved as
        well. So a new edition of Dungeons and Dragons is as good a reason as any
        to once again update the look of things and grapple with issues like how I can
        set up my tools for administering the Atlas in a way that it will be easier and
        faster for me to provide those details that you ask for.


On August 17, 2007 at 11:16am CST, Lucas wrote thus:
Love the site. I was wondering if you would mind sending me some tips for creating a game setting. Thans for ur time and again love the site.

      I think the biggest challenge for me has been balancing organization against
      creativity. Sometimes my drive for organization and desire for details stymies
      my creative instinct. This has been particularly true in the Religions section
      of this website, although I am pretty happy with how things have so far turned
      out. My advice, when an idea occurs to you that you think is cool, write it
      down. Don't let the details frustrate you, they don't have to be there from the
      very start; allow them to develop naturally and I think you'll be more pleased
      with the results and feel less shackled to the development process.


On July 25, 2007 at 3:35am CST, Krisie Henderson wrote thus:
I haven't found a lot of spells that work for me and I hope yours do.

        I suppose that depends on your definition of "work." If you've come here like
        others in the past like Tammy, Kevin, or Amy, who have suggested they're
        looking for spells and magic items for use in the real world, then you're
        bound to be disappointed. If you mean to say you're looking for spells that
        work well in a fantasy campaign, then you'll probably find a few here. Every
        spell detailed here has appeared at least once or many more times in various
        campaigns I've run.


On July 24, 2007 at 4:46am CST, Stephen McGlennon wrote thus:
Just looking for printable maps :)

On July 10, 2007 at 3:43pm CST, Eric Wait wrote thus:
Your world of Sulerin in grand indeed everytime I visit I am amazed.

        Thanks, posts like yours and Brett's below post provide me with a lot of
        encouragement. I know updates this summer have been slow. My business
        has been unusually busy for a summer and it's cut into other things. I have
        been developing a lot of materials for my regular Sunday evening campaign
        that I run, but haven't been able to post them here since my players read
        this site too.

        All the Best;

On June 14, 2007 at 1:43am CST, Brett wrote thus:
This site is great. I have been looking for a place like this. The way this site is done and the amount of info that is here, it shows that you really care about gaming.  Its nice to to find sites like this.
Thankyou for doing this.

On May 8, 2007 at 10:51am CST, Fanged Star wrote thus:
How does one go about entering new magical items, new spells and other items into your lists, are they submitted somewhere evaluated prior to posting on this site?

        Fanged Star
        You can email them directly to me if you would like to contribute
        something to the website. That would be cool.

On February 19, 2007 at 1:51pm CST, Tammy Young wrote thus:
Do you have any spells to get rid of blackheads and acne?
If you do, would you sent me a couple that work.

           Thank you,

On December 18, 2006 at 3:23am CST, crystal wrote thus:

On November 26, 2006 at 7:08pm CST, Volgin wrote thus:
This is an awesome world.
Great work keep it up!

On November 11, 2006 at 2:18pm CST, shade wrote thus:
um whats this site for exactly?

        It's a website for D&D and fantasy  roleplaying enthusiasts.

On October 22, 2006 at 0:34am CST, Kevin wrote thus:
hi my name is kevin i am realy intrested about magic and i am learning magic!!!

        Hey, That's great. Every now and then I get people asking for spells here in
        this guestbook. Maybe you can cast some for them once you're good at it.
        Best of luck.

On October 9, 2006 at 0:36am CST, itcomagic wrote thus:
Hey, I just picked up the new Ravenloft module and was doing a little research when I came across this site. Really like the site and setting. Good Job! Feel free to look over my home-brewed world of 'Eyra' site and our current 'Eberron' campaign site. You can find them both, as well as others, from the Index URL listed above. Thanks.

On September 11, 2006 at 7:07pm CST, a person wrote thus:
how do u sign up for this game plese tell me were to go

        If you'd read the About page of this website you would know that it is a
        supporting site for Dungeons and Dragons roleplaying and that I use its
        material to support my tabletop roleplaying. So, there isn't any way to "sign
        up for it" unless you get some friends together and start up a roleplaying
        group of your own.


On August 12, 2006 at 5:47am CST, merle wrote thus:
I'm looking for lost tomb of martek maps. I recently downloaded I3, I4, I5, but plans for the latter were missing. I corrected and edited the text in a form that looks like TSR modules, and would like to give it to people who need it : it is a pretty long work, so could be nice to save your time ! Give me a hello on my mail adress (files are about 700k-text only)

On August 2, 2006 at 3:43am CST, Omer Golan Joel wrote thus:
Long time, no see - but I am very glad to see that you, your great setting and your web-page are alive and well, and growing even bigger and stronger with every passing day. I was reading a thread on EN World about U1: The Sinister Secret of Saltmarch, and I started feeling nostalgic to our IRC Mendenton game, so I got back to your site to read the logs.

Gaming-wise, I'm currently between games (though soon I'll get to organize a game with my girlfriend), but working on my semi-new setting for D&D 3.0E (Renya), as well as on some Shadowrun and Traveller material - I've even got offered to write for Avenger Enterprises (, and I'm currently working on a submission (a starship for Traveller).

Life-wise, I'm almost out of college (just one more semester to fill out some gaps!) and just waiting for the current middle-eastern two-sided bloodshed I live in the middle of to end, or atleast subside.

My best regards,

On July 17, 2006 at 0:44am CST, Whacky Clayton wrote thus:
I'm looking for a new sword with some magical powers.  Do you have anything like that?  Preferably made of plastic.  
Thanks,  I'll be looking forward to your reply
P.S. unlimited runny noses is not a magical power

On June 19, 2006 at 9:23am CST, abigail wrote thus:
i think you guys should put spells down so people can read them.=)

On June 12, 2006 at 1:53pm CST, imani wrote thus:
i want to know all of the dark magic spells

On June 1, 2006 at 9:59pm CST, William DRAV3N wrote thus:
You are the BEST, There is NO better site!!!
    Nuthn but the Best

On May 28, 2006 at 9:23am CST, Anonymous wrote thus:
I have been looking for sites like this for a long time. Thank you!

On May 14, 2006 at 9:08pm CST, Tony Pfenning wrote thus:
Just stopped by your site on a random chance and seen you had some pretty good content here.  Gotta say I really like your site and will becoming a regular.

On March 21, 2006 at 11:25am CST, Xeth wrote thus:
I am really impressed. Nice piece of work !!!

On March 19, 2006 at 5:33am CST, Jay wrote thus:
I think this is a really good sight, like the way you've altered existing rules to suit your world's flavor and made up new ones where non existed befor. good work.

On February 22, 2006 at 1:12am CST, glenda wrote thus:
im just browsing im trying to learn more on the witches craft

On February 21, 2006 at 0:15pm CST, Tim Hossler wrote thus:

On February 19, 2006 at 2:11am CST, Terry Dalton wrote thus:
This is a really cool site.

On February 16, 2006 at 9:48am CST, Natalie wrote thus:
Hey!!!!!!! I really love this site

On February 11, 2006 at 5:25pm CST, Eric Vaubel wrote thus:
Great site! I especially found the monster index useful. Keep up the good work.

On January 30, 2006 at 6:19pm CST, brian hoss wrote thus:
i think this is an awesome site and i think everybody ought to check it out, thanx for putting it out there .....

On January 26, 2006 at 4:02pm CST, greg pattison wrote thus:

On January 25, 2006 at 5:52pm CST, Covard wrote thus:
I found your site quite by chance. I think it`s very good designed site, and very usefull also! keep it real! Covard Calleira.

On January 12, 2006 at 6:20am CST, Vez wrote thus:
I've only just found this site a week before this post and must say its the best kept dnd site i've visited. Happy hunting all

On January 1, 2006 at 8:25pm CST, illinar wrote thus:
trying to find description to bubka's superior identification spell.  Your web page comes up in the yahoo search engine for the spell, but your search engine does not find it. Please help.

On December 16, 2005 at 2:11am CST, Kirsty... yes, THAT Kirsty wrote thus:
dude, tell me one thing... and yes, it's actually 3rd ed related (*makes grossed out/choking sounds and laughs*)... wait I can't remember what my question is now... oh well, mustn't have been that important. (parents computer still, only on once a month, drop us a line or something dude, im going out of my mind here in the real world!!!!!!!)
~Kirsty (monkey says hiya and blows kisses... she's such a cheeky lil booger now)

On December 15, 2005 at 8:11pm CST, Brandon wrote thus:

On December 13, 2005 at 10:39pm CST, Michael McFarland PhD wrote thus:
I am interested in becoming involved on a serious level with an internet Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game.  Can anyone hook me up?  Thank you! (I also MSN and Yahoo! Instant Message ...)

        Nice to make your acquaintance! I run my own games entirely by tabletop,
        though the chronicles of those campaign often make appearances on the website. I frequently receive requests from other visitors of the
        website about online gaming, such as one that I received a couple of days
        before yours from a European visitor. Usually I recommend people to the
        following websites where they can find other roleplayers in their area or
        There are often many resources for online roleplayers on IRC too. If I was
        going to look for an online game or channel that supported roleplaying
        interests I would probably use

On December 11, 2005 at 4:05pm CST, Amyante wrote thus:
I've read through a bunch of stuff, and i even have a rough sketch of a possible character i could (try to) play, but there's still one thing i need to ask.

Having read some of the previous Guestbook entries, you had mentioned this was the campaign setting for your tabletop games... Any chance of a campaign showing up in the forum itself?

The World you use has a good amount of detail, and it really shows a lot of thought having been put into it, but if it's tabletop... it means i can't play it. Timezone (Western Europe), lack of local people to play with and the infamous Real Life Syndrome make sure of that...

So yeah, that's why i asked... >_<

        Thanks for leaving a note in the guestbook. I saw it the other day and
        wanted to let you know that while I'm not planning on running any games of
        my own in the forums, at least not any time soon, that you or other people
        are welcome to put a game together in there.
            In time I'll have the ability to set up forums that only limited groups of
        people can post to and that would be an ideal place for such a game.

On October 23, 2005 at 9:19pm CST, Y.O.Morales wrote thus:
Hello Randy!

I saw the Printer-Friendly versions in the Religions page and (IMO) it really makes the content more useful, more suitable. Cheers and be glad to know that people DO keep coming back!

On September 24, 2005 at 2:58pm CST, Melanie wrote thus:
Sorry...what a wonderful website you have!!! Maybe one of the Best I seen yet. Does this satisfy your soul??? I think you have a nifty site indeed, how about 11 stars***********

        Thank you for indulging me with such class. I'll be patting myself on the back
        all week. Hope to see you here again sometime and thanks, by the way, for
        writing back.

On September 15, 2005 at 2:41pm CST, Melanie wrote thus:
come read my poems, some are published. All are protected by copywrite. Several of them you may enjoy, and you may make copies of them if you like to put on a card for friends and family. Enjoy all my poems and articles are on there as well as stories.

On September 13, 2005 at 2:16pm CST, Melanie wrote thus:
come enter my withcy dwelling for a spell ghouls and goblins!!!

        Hello again, Melanie. So, this is the second time you've essentially left an
        advertisement in my guestbook. You could at very least say that you like the
        website like the guestbook-spam-bots do. Come on, where's the love?

        Waiting for witchy-guestbook-love;

On September 1, 2005 at 1:01pm CST, Mr. Cheese wrote thus:
How ever very new to the page I am quite impressed.  This is a very official page you have set up here to contribute what looks like a very official gameing group.  I being in a group that takes gaming seriously have just recently starting sharing our explites on line and I will be using your page as a judge to what I want mine to become.   Keep up the good work and may the dice roll freely in your future.

- Cheese

        Thanks Cheese! Nice to see that you joined our forums too. I hope we'll be
        seeing more of you around here in the future.


On August 30, 2005 at 8:44am CST, Matt Smith wrote thus:
Dear Creator,
I have to say that I'm am deeply impressed on how well developed your game is. I can only dream of having an awesome game such as yours. This website alone testifies to me the amount of dedication from players and and to you who runs this game. I was woundering if there were any tips  you could give me to help me progress. Any kind of advice would help. -Matt

        Thanks for your generous comments. I'm always interested in talking with
        other gamers. Feel free to leave me messages in the forums or to send me
        your IM client screen name, by email.

On August 29, 2005 at 10:04pm CST, Chris wrote thus:
Great Website !  I shall return !

On August 10, 2005 at 4:29am CST, Scathach wrote thus:

On July 29, 2005 at 8:13pm CST, Tom Maslowski wrote thus:
This is a great site! Keep up the great work!

On July 21, 2005 at 8:16pm CST, SABAHNOORI wrote thus:
i need waimn like the gold

On July 4, 2005 at 4:28pm CST, Davenport wrote thus:
Good site.  You should have a pay pal deal or something where people can contribute to the upkeep and maintenance of the "world"  Good idea, yes?  
-Dave N. Port

On July 4, 2005 at 4:23pm CST, W.F. wrote thus:
My bad, I meant a potion, not a spell, I'm looking for a magic potion to make me irresistable to women, and yes I know how to spell irresistable.
-In Search of a new name

On July 4, 2005 at 4:14pm CST, Wadduv Flim wrote thus:
Hey, I'm looking for a spell to make me irrisistable to women, do you have anything for that?  Maybe something that tastes like strawberries?  Also, where can I meet beautiful women once I have this miraculous potion.  
p.s. I'm thinking about changing my name, have you ever heard of the Chris Clayton convention and would you suggest changing my name to Chris Clayton just so I can join?

On June 28, 2005 at 0:03am CST, mairje wrote thus:
i'm hopped up.

        Nice to meet you. I'm Randy.

On June 27, 2005 at 3:06pm CST, Christopher wrote thus:
how do u join and play

        As it says on the About page, this site just details the campaign setting I
        created for my table-top games, not online. Feel free to participate in our
        forums though.

On June 27, 2005 at 2:59pm CST, Christopher wrote thus:
Hello good job

On June 20, 2005 at 7:28am CST, william wrote thus:
Hi how are you all doing?

        We're splendid, thanks!

On June 14, 2005 at 11:01pm CST, Patrick wrote thus:


On May 13, 2005 at 8:33pm CST, kitty wrote thus:

On May 7, 2005 at 4:52pm CST, Annwn wrote thus:
Awsome website.  The only way to upgrade it is to have maps of the cities.  Beyond that, the most thorough and concise websites I have ever laid my eyes on.  Keep it up Randy.

On May 4, 2005 at 1:29pm CST, fey morgana wrote thus:
hello! i LOVE ur site!

thank you very much for your time and generosity.

More power to you!


On April 29, 2005 at 11:37am CST, matt wrote thus:

On April 27, 2005 at 10:44am CST, Tirnog wrote thus:
What a cool site!  You have a vast amount of very useful and balanced D20 material, just ripe for the picking.  Best independant site I've ever seen.
I Like the dice security code too!  Cute.

On April 20, 2005 at 7:50pm CST, jenni garrison wrote thus:
i was trying to find some decent character sheets for dnd

On April 15, 2005 at 11:28am CST, arash wrote thus:
please send me encyclopedia of your monster such as list because are very much thank


          The Monstrous Index is only available online and there is no plan for a
          PDF or other print release.


On April 11, 2005 at 9:41pm CST, Anotimas wrote thus:
Roses are red
Tiers are black
Go to Hell and
Never come back
repeat 5 times in a row w/ a black dark.wrap a picture w/ black or grey yarn.


          And why would I want to do this?


On April 8, 2005 at 1:46am CST, Mike wrote thus:
Terrific resource for the gamer and Sulerin enthusiast. I'm building a world and this will make it much easier.



On April 7, 2005 at 7:48am CST, Tasha Pankey wrote thus:
I like your website! I think you have some great stories. I like magic and everything that has to do with magic.

On April 3, 2005 at 9:15pm CST, Temji Sho Khan wrote thus:

I need to find a calculator for experience points for dnd 3.5 online... and it needs to work... ***grin***... can you help?


On February 18, 2005 at 11:17am CST, baby freak wrote thus:
hey i thing it the best ting that i've been on it rules

On February 17, 2005 at 5:41pm CST, Al-Rathis wrote thus:
I am the Mighty Al-Rathis, of clan Hezgorard, destroyer of evil and tolerator of elves!  I have traveled far and wide in this world of Sulerin and have nearly destroyed all evil within.  It pains me to think that my adventures may soon be at end.  Tell me, great creator, what then will arise to challenge this tireless warrior when the last evil you have dreamt into being has fallen to the Greataxe Karabad and its wielder, Al-Rathis?

Regardless of your intent, a happiest Day of Birth to you on behalf of the dwarves of Sulerin!!!  Our finest beer is raised to you on this day of celebration, as without your imagination and hard work I and my clan would surely not exist, save for in dreams!


On February 17, 2005 at 3:18pm CST, Anonymous wrote thus:
for the game gaiaonline, how do i activate my account

      Ah.... this is a guestbook for Sulerin. If you want help with gaiaonline you'll
      have to ask elsewhere.  -R

On February 16, 2005 at 3:46pm CST, joey wrote thus:
yjis site is cool but needs more images

        Where do you suggest I get more images? I can't draw and depend on the
        generosity of visiting artists to contribute graphics for this website. If there
        are people out there who read this and would like to help, then please send
        me an email.

On February 14, 2005 at 7:15am CST, Guyman wrote thus:
guyman don pass here

        Randy dun reed you.

On February 7, 2005 at 0:24am CST, courtney oliver wrote thus:
i am very intrigued by the though pool spell  though ive got questions ....   as ive aparently been in a similar  circumstance that as gone on for more than two years any help in discovering aspects of this would be greatly apreciated    thank you and blessings... courtney oliver

                We created this one during the days of 2nd edition D&D, before
        Wizards of the Coast created their own version of the idea. These days, most
        of my player's opt for the more common "Rary's Telepathic Bond" spell,
        found on page 268 of the Player's Handbook (D&D). Did you have some
        questions still?

On January 28, 2005 at 11:36am CST, CyDoN wrote thus:
Hail 2 all d&d ppl and drow guyz over there! :) greece has many d&d playorz someone come here to play with us :)if u wanna contact me for chatting about d&d stuff it would be funny

On January 27, 2005 at 9:54am CST, Eliott wrote thus:
Hi, I am a surfer boy and student from Peru, I grew up on a beach in Peru Called Costa Verde which is warm in the summer and cold in winter. The waves are mostly point breaks with really long rights and lefts.

I visit alots of places in Peru, so i can tell you the food is great we have great beaches north of lima, like mancora, chicama,pacasmayo with great waves chicama has for me the longest wave in the world, 43 kilometers south of lima you can find pico alto with waves from 8 to 10 meters.
If you are interested contact me

On January 25, 2005 at 0:12am CST, Melanie wrote thus:
Come enter my domain! I am a spellcaster and have been casting spells for others. Drop in anytime folks!

Witchie Queen

On December 31, 2004 at 4:17pm CST, God-DM wrote thus:
Can someone explain how the Encounter maker works?? i can get it to work

        Just select the criteria you need from the available menus. You can omit
        criteria for broader results. You can select multiple items from the same
        menu using your control key in combination with your mouse. Press the
        Generate button. Et voila.


On December 31, 2004 at 2:36pm CST, God-DM wrote thus:
I will run a Dungeons and Dragons Game online if you are interested in playing Please either post or e-mail me at
May the adventure Begin!

On December 31, 2004 at 2:31pm CST, God-DM wrote thus:

On December 28, 2004 at 1:49pm CST, Adam Spears wrote thus:
This is one of the most in depth sites on the subject of role playing i have came across yet.  I began reading fantasy novels at a young age,  of course fogotton realms being among my favorite, and recently enlisted in the navy.  With all of this free time on my hands ive really wanted to get into rpg, (particularly on line) but havent even sucessfully found what guidelines to build a character. I was hoping some assistance could be given. any thing helpful could be forwarded to my email. thanks


        If you need some help finding places to do online gaming or in your
        community then I can probably provide you with some suggestions. Try
        some of the links in the "Places to Get in Touch" section of Sulerin's links
        page. If you don't have access to rulebooks yet, you can always make use of
        the System Reference Document (SRD) here:
        It's a bit dry to read, but it has all that you'll need as far as rules go.
        Good luck with your gaming;

On December 20, 2004 at 1:54pm CST, Y.O.Morales wrote thus:
Good website, specially for the monsters and spells.

I strongly recommend a printer-friendly version of the material so that the navigation bar and the top images do not appear. Or a PDF alternative.


        Thanks for your recommendation. I don't know why it didn't occur to me
        before since I make printable pages for other websites that I manage. I'll
        begin doing so soon. In the meantime, I hope you continue to enjoy visiting
        this website.

        Thanks again;

On December 19, 2004 at 6:15pm CST, The Adventurers' Guild wrote thus:
Ultimate Bard's Tale Resource!

        Hey, try to leave something other than a shameless plug for your website. At
        least show that you read _something_ other than how to submit to the

On December 13, 2004 at 8:50am CST, Donny wrote thus:
Great site! Lots of tips and tools and great links. I am currently hosting a D&D 3E game and would like more info on how to find players in my area. Any info would be appreciated. Thanks!

            There's lots of ways to find players other than simply recruiting a few
        friends. Here are a couple ways to find other roleplayers in your area:
            Try a player registry, there's a list of them here:
            Go to your local hobby shop or book store that sells RPG materials and
        ask them if they have a place that you can put a up a note advertising that
        you want to meet other players. Most places have something like this or they
        are willing to help out since if more people are playing then it means more
        sales for them later on. If they don't have something, just introduce yourself
        to other people who are buying RPG stuff. I've found some of my players
        doing this kind of thing.

On December 10, 2004 at 3:50pm CST, titankid7 wrote thus:
do you by any chance have the stats for the storm dragon?

            What storm dragon are you seeking stats on? If I knew the source then
        I might be able to help.

On December 8, 2004 at 7:37pm CST, you already know who it is... dont ask... wrote thus:
said i was gonna leave you a nasty message cause I hadn't yet... so this is it... and its about as nasty as you can get...

*sings loudly and horribly*

*bows and exits stage right*

On December 8, 2004 at 7:16pm CST, Kent(dude) wrote thus:
Your site is awsome!Did you come up with all of this yourself?

            Yes, I'm responsible for all of this.

On December 8, 2004 at 7:14pm CST, Dude wrote thus:
I need tips for making a world along with a campain.

On December 8, 2004 at 2:29am CST, Aleaha and Alex Nyte wrote thus:
Great site we are really enjoying what you have, keep up the good work. Hope you don't mind the stuff we have grabbed off of you and we promise to give credit where credit is due.

On December 5, 2004 at 7:06pm CST, lord myrak wrote thus:
hello chicks ! frenchy boy, i am
seeking to find some good 3.5 3rd edition books in rtf !!!
so 'melon' and let me in.....

On December 2, 2004 at 3:47pm CST, Kent wrote thus:
I need some tips for making a d&d world.

On November 30, 2004 at 10:29am CST, Joseph wrote thus:
A very nice site.

On November 24, 2004 at 3:55am CST, Omer Golan (Joel) wrote thus:
Once again, it pleases me to see that you and your site are both alive - and flourishing, over all these years. Exams are over, once more, and the beaurocracy brought in their wake is also so, and I am back to dreaming of AD&D and fantasy, dreams that lead me back to your site. Sorry for not replying for your mail - there were some... changes in my academic life in that time.

And I hope that the new 3.5 edition is improving your RPG experience - I live without them due to budget constrains.

On November 18, 2004 at 0:34pm CST, luc (again) wrote thus:
sorry, never mind what i said. it was my computer. its an awsome site and i like it alot.

On November 18, 2004 at 0:32pm CST, luc wrote thus:
I am sorry to inform you but I think your site is WAY too slow. But apart from that its a nice site and I like it alot.

On November 17, 2004 at 2:36pm CST, staci christineduckett wrote thus:
dear magic guy

l  want  buy  one   step number  one red powder two  bowl
three candiesick  four bluelight of five matches flame
thank you love

        "On the fifth day of Solstice my true love gave to me.....
        Four blue lights
        Three candle sticks
        Two bowls
        and a red powder (in a pear tree)!"


On November 13, 2004 at 10:13pm CST, Melandor wrote thus:
Incredible is the word that comes to mind upon looking
over your site. Its breadth and obvious depth are
something to be marveled at. Only twenty years in the
making (no doubt in your spare time) huh? And you don't
expect any monetary gain from this? Incredible! (there's
that word again....) I have been away from the world of
D&D for about 6 years. Almost a year ago now I was looking
through the D&D section of a local sf and fantasy book
store and was amazed to see that a new edition was out.
Not only was there a 3rd edition but a 3.5th edition! My
first thought was, "Oh no, just when you thought things
couldn't get worse..." (The 2nd edition had seemed to me
to be a complete waste of money and time.) But upon
perusing the new players handbook I became excited...(I am
rambling, aren't I?) Okay long story short(er):) I decided
to create a campaign world and see if I couldn't find some
folks to play in it. In "my" spare time over the last year
I haven't done even 1/50th of what you have done. And it
is no where near as detailed and creative as what you have
come up with. I looked through the new wotc campaign book
"The Ebberon(sp?) Campaign Setting"
and while much of is it good, I think that much of what you
have accomplished here is as good and much more
playable as well. Any way, keep up the good work. I plan
on returning many times for inspiration and ideas.

On November 10, 2004 at 9:57am CST, Anonymous wrote thus:
is there any sites where you can play campaighns online?

On October 25, 2004 at 7:37am CST, sir_ollibolli wrote thus:
Wow, a very comprehensive site for your campaign world.

I admire your effort in bringing us the journals for the different campaigns. One question that remains focuses on the campaign "Ashes of Arend". What modules did you use for this campaign, because my knowledge of the modules in (and out-of) print is not so comprehensive, to udentify all of them...

Thanks in advance,

        Here's the modules we used, in order.

        Dungeon Magazine #87: Raiders of Galath's Roost
        Dungeon Magazine #91: Bogged Down
        Dungeon Magazine #86: Stormdancers
        L2: The Assassin's Knot
        Dungeon Magazine #90: Tears for Twilight Hollow

        After Twilight Hollow (my favorite of the five) I started running my own
        material, which is what I prefer to do anyway. I'd just not had time before
        then to do much campaign preparation, so the modules provided us with
        material to work with. As a side note, starting a campaign using just modules
        really didn't work out well. It's hard to keep the story line from being
        disjointed and some modules have a higher lethality rating than my typical


On October 24, 2004 at 2:39pm CST, Eliott wrote thus:
Hi, i am a surfer waves boy and student from Peru. I grew up on a beach in Peru Called Costa Verde which is warm in the summer and cold in winter. The waves are mostly point breaks with really long rights and lefts.if u visit me I would teach u how to Surf off the beach. I visited alots of places in Peru, so i can tell you the food is great we have great beaches north of lima, like mancora, chicama, pacasmayo with great waves chicama has for me the longest wave in the world, 43 kilometers south of lima you can find pico alto with waves from 8 to 10 meters.

On October 22, 2004 at 8:32pm CST, Lilly wrote thus:
This is a awesome freakin web site!

On October 21, 2004 at 2:36pm CST, Xataraxx wrote thus:
Wow, very well done.  I was going to design my own world for an upcoming campaign, but having discovered this one I've changed my mind.  :-)

On October 17, 2004 at 2:25pm CST, Jerry Rochefort (Ares) wrote thus:
I have been adventuring with D & D for 11 years. I have a 15th lvl Ninja/12th lvl Assassin/8th lvl Shadow Sniper named Ares Revanche that is an Irda/1/2 Gold Dragon. I've had him since being locked up in Northpoint Penatentiary in Kentucky. My DM Shawn Webb has tried numerous times to put him in situations and try to kill him, but Ares and his wife Melissa (a 16t lvl Mage/16th lvl Cleric, Irda) who is now used by my wife have been unable to be beaten. Anyone think that they can come up with a campaign to beat this duo let me know.

On October 17, 2004 at 9:30am CST, Greg wrote thus:
This is a great website and, in my opinion, rates as one of the great ones out there. Its nice to 'discover' something worthwhile like 'Sulerih'. Well done. I'll be back regularly.

On October 12, 2004 at 7:38am CST, Calvin Roach wrote thus:
What a great website!  Absolutely beautiful and full of useful resources.  Thanks for all you work!

On October 6, 2004 at 2:10am CST, DragonHighlord wrote thus:
This site is really nice.  And the setup roxxorz tooo!!!

On October 1, 2004 at 9:35am CST, Ransu wrote thus:
A really great site !
I used to have some doubts about amateur roleplayers and dungeon masters writing stuff as good and balanced as the official things, but no more...
Just two questions :
1) do you use psionics in your campaign ? Do you find them over/underpowered and/or useful/useless? (just to know, 'cause I found a lot of pro and cons on forums)
2) what did you use to design your atlas ?

Thank you

            Nice to meet you, thank you for taking the time to leave me a note in my
        guest book. I do use psionics in my campaign, though not as frequently as I
        would like to. In my last campaign we had a psionic warrior and a psion, but
        in my present campaign we have only used psionics in occasional
        encounters. I think it's an interesting system. The Expanded Psionics
        Handbook is probably my favorite edition of psionics to date. I've been
        following the systems evolution for a couple decades now.
            I use Photoshop to do all of the maps that I present online. If you have
        any other questions, feel free to let me know!

On September 25, 2004 at 4:57am CST, Bea wrote thus:
Wollte nur mal hallo sagen.

On September 13, 2004 at 1:24am CST, Ken Jim wrote thus:
Just got to know about this site now.  What is it all me about. I read letters hereunder but can't understand.  Please explain to me.  

Thank you.

        If you want me to reply to you (and this goes for anyone) you need to leave
        a valid email address. The easiest way to learn what this website about is to
        read my About page by using the link at the top of the site. or you can just
        copy and paste this:
        As for the letters hereunder; if you don't understand the concept of a guest
        book, well, there isn't much I can do to help.


On September 10, 2004 at 2:43am CST, Handel wrote thus:
I looked at many sites for D&D info and I have found yours to be one of the best I have ever seen.  Great job!  

On August 22, 2004 at 7:45pm CST, StevO again wrote thus:
do you know of any rules on solo play dungeons and dragons because I'm a d+d addict and there is no one in my area TO ROLEPLAY WITH, and I would like to know if any solo games exist,

On August 22, 2004 at 7:33pm CST, StevO wrote thus:
This is a fantastic website, alot of time went into this and the campaign setting, I would like to know How would I
be able to find a job working with you in the design department, because I have been designing campaigns and writing books, stories adventures for more than 10 years I have a great passion for fantasy art work and I've been told I have a rare talent when it comes to inovative Ideas, I am currently working on a book that if possible I would market for comics, movies and roleplaying specifically dungeons and dragons, although my spelling is bad sometimes I would still like to persue my ambitioms and maybe find a career in this field.


        The World of Sulerin isn't presently hiring for any positions. Our design
        department, programming department, management, quality assurance,
        and human resources departments are all run by one person: Me, and I
        do all this for free. Still, I'm flattered by your offer. From what I understand,
        the best way to get an actual job in the roleplaying games industry is to
        write articles for either Dungeon or Dragon magazine (a link for Paizo
        publishers is on my Links page) and to be persistent. I'm glad you're enjoying
        the website. Thanks for stopping by!


On August 14, 2004 at 7:44am CST, Sir_Ragnar wrote thus:
Simply perfect. Your page is wonderful.

On August 6, 2004 at 10:02pm CST, Morguhn wrote thus:
Nice site, I am impressed.  A question this a tabletop game or online?  If online, I am interested in possibly applying to play.

Thank you,
Morguhn mun

On August 5, 2004 at 9:28pm CST, Pat wrote thus:
Hey, think you could make a few good items that i could use in my campaign im worken on... im not very good at maken items up, becuse once i start.... i becomes a item so good it would kill god, ROLF... ( e-mail me the items if u could at-- ) Thx's


        Welcome back. The best person to make magic items for your campaign is
        you, since you know what will fit into your campaign far better than I ever
        will. If you're having trouble making simple, but fun items then just use the
        ones from the Dungeon Master's Guide until you get the hang of it. You can
        also find numerous examples of different items here on this website in the
        Magic Items section.


On July 31, 2004 at 0:54am CST, Pat wrote thus:
I love playing D&D, Also when the DMs let me use my level 14 "Dragon Disciple"..

On July 8, 2004 at 0:36pm CST, krichaiushii wrote thus:
I stumbled across your site, and have yet to fully digest it.

Regardless, I will be both using and recommending it to those I encounter on my jaunts through the electronic medium.

Very good job.


        Thank you for your kind words and endorsement. I hope that you find our
        site to be useful in as many ways as others have.


On July 2, 2004 at 2:14pm CST, Baileydog wrote thus:
nice site

On June 29, 2004 at 6:09am CST, Tavis Allison wrote thus:
Great database of monsters! The Encounter Maker is really superb. I look forward to learning more about Sulerin - just wanted to take a minute to say thanks first for your awesome efforts, Randy!

On June 25, 2004 at 4:52pm CST, joshua wrote thus:
thanks for the help!love the site!keep it up.your fan,   josh

On June 24, 2004 at 1:42pm CST, joshua wrote thus:
dear randy, me and my friend want to know what type of spells a monk would have.if not any,what abilities would they to you soon.


        Monks don't cast any spells. They have supernatural powers instead. You can
        learn more about the abilities of monks, as they are portrayed in Dungeons
        & Dragons on page 39 to 42 of the 3.5 edition Player's Handbook or by the
        below link:
        You can download for free all of the D&D d20 rule system here, though
        eventually you'll probably want some books.

On June 19, 2004 at 0:22pm CST, Tamzin Shepherd wrote thus:
I think this is a really cool site. Its really helpful for research and demons and spells so thank you

On June 17, 2004 at 7:45am CST, Hector wrote thus:
How can i play my role?


      I don't run any online games presently, but there are many groups that do.
      You can learn more about D&D at and you can
      probably find information about new online campaigns that are being run in
      the forums there.

      Of course, you could also get some friends together, purchase a Player's
      Handbook, and start your own campaign around a table. That's what I do.


On June 13, 2004 at 9:19pm CST, Jeremy wrote thus:
I was looking for magic spells from D & D...

On June 2, 2004 at 10:49am CST, kelly u (again) wrote thus:
you guys should get some generators


      What kind of generators do you have in mind?


On June 2, 2004 at 10:10am CST, kelly urbanec wrote thus:
hi just seeing if its any good hey everyone

On May 24, 2004 at 0:23am CST, Julian wrote thus:
great site I wish I could take part in one of your campaigns.

On May 22, 2004 at 7:45pm CST, J wrote thus:
Hey, I like the site!  Nice layout.  Too bad there aren't more updating.

            How much more updating are you expecting from a one man crew who
            also works for a living? Heh. Anyway, I'm glad you are enjoying the


On May 19, 2004 at 11:09am CST, josh leblanc wrote thus:
i am making a campain and i need some help making rules.and what is dextirity?and do you take ideals for new races and classes?are you able to use gaints?if not what about ogres?please reply soon.  your fan,

On May 17, 2004 at 10:04pm CST, Jessica H Ross wrote thus:
looking for a stong monsters that i can be played as role-playing characters as fighters.

On May 17, 2004 at 10:20am CST, Omer Joel wrote thus:
Great to see your campaigns, your world and your site are alive and well over the years. The years turn and Sulerin expands :)
And a wealth of knowledge lurks within this pages, forever increasing. A worthy - and far better - alternative to the original 3E D&D multiverse and settings. If only could the Greater Path magic rules, unique and refreshing, come into light again...

On May 7, 2004 at 3:45pm CST, Dib wrote thus:
I'm not like the normal drow, their stuck up. I'm crazy and love it!

On May 6, 2004 at 3:16pm CST, Dib wrote thus:
I love your site!! It's awsome! Even a Drow likes it!!


        Thank you for your encouraging words. It's not every day I
        get compliments from a drow. Though they aren't much like
        the drow, perhaps you'd enjoy reading about the Drakher
        Elves in the Creatures section.


On May 1, 2004 at 9:21pm CST, ryan wrote thus:
how do you create a character!

On April 30, 2004 at 5:26am CST, LicheHazel wrote thus:
Great site, I love the look and feel, will definately be adding a link from my site ;)

On April 27, 2004 at 3:09pm CST, Gaharis wrote thus:
I love this site!! Someone with a love for the game!!! About friggin time.

On April 27, 2004 at 10:16am CST, Jeff Wrbelis wrote thus:
I jsut wanted to say i use this index CONSTANTLY and you guys have done a fantastic job...if theres anything you ever need help with, just let me know.

On April 26, 2004 at 7:43pm CST, David "Kiladecus" Wears wrote thus:
I am REALLY impressed with you lexicon!  The only thing I could see that you could do to "improve" this site is if you were able to add pictures.  Just a thought!

On April 21, 2004 at 1:40pm CST, Kris wrote thus:
Awsome site.

On April 9, 2004 at 4:53pm CST, Joshiwa Winters wrote thus:
Ive been lookin for a new and dynamic campain setting and i think i found it, thanks

On April 6, 2004 at 7:52am CST, James Goldfinch wrote thus:
Totally cool web site.

I have been hunting for the maps of the "Lost Tomb of Martek" module for some time.  I got a copy missing all the maps at a junk sale... it looks like a fun module to play, but also a complex one to simply make up the maps for.

I notice from some of the bits and pieces in your website that you might have a copy of it.   Do you have a scanner?  Could I tempt you into running a scanner over the maps that are in the module and sending them to me at

On April 4, 2004 at 6:49am CST, Mark wrote thus:
not only a clean, beautiful site -- but wonderful content too. /me is impressed! be well,


On March 31, 2004 at 9:07am CST, baron bull wrote thus:
send me a good class please

On March 15, 2004 at 2:51pm CST, Joshua Manely wrote thus:

On March 12, 2004 at 9:28pm CST, Sean Hood wrote thus:
Love the Monstrous Index & the Encounter Maker! I'd love to use the Encounter Maker when I DM, but we don't have internet access during our games. Is there an offline version of this available to download? Could you make this available?



         Thanks for stopping by. We don't have an offline version of the
         Encounter Maker so my suggestion is to use it ahead of time and
         print up your lists for later use. If some interest was voiced I could
         add a nice clean printable sheet of the results, perhaps including
         some extra information to make the results more useful. In the
         near future I'll be upgrading the Encounter Maker for more flexibility.


On March 7, 2004 at 6:32am CST, Michal wrote thus:
I think it's a great what I can find here, thank you very much

On February 27, 2004 at 6:26am CST, Michel wrote thus:
Very inspiring, thankyou! Good luck to you in the future. :)

On January 25, 2004 at 5:03pm CST, Kristine wrote thus:

On January 14, 2004 at 3:18pm CST, corey hether wrote thus:
ty for a d&d sight

On January 7, 2004 at 7:58pm CST, Brandon Henning wrote thus:

On January 2, 2004 at 6:00am CST, ibrahim oğuz wrote thus:
Loves from Istanbul/TURKEY

On January 2, 2004 at 5:50am CST, ibrahim oğuz wrote thus:
I'm really appreciate that I'm contact on a Fantastic site.I'm really want to know about other members and want to met them. Also I want to learn how I can connect with other members is it posibble with a chat line on site or by our own e-mail?

On December 22, 2003 at 0:33am CST, Selene wrote thus:
cool !

On December 10, 2003 at 2:26pm CST, Rogue-Angel wrote thus:
Great site, very nice campaign world! Gave me some good ideas for my own setting...

On December 10, 2003 at 8:37am CST, Uche wrote thus:

On December 3, 2003 at 4:58am CST, georg wrote thus:
really an excellent site -
i'll be back....
greetz from vienna/austria !!

On November 29, 2003 at 6:01pm CST, Robert wrote thus:
20 year vet here. D&D: Live it love it!

On November 24, 2003 at 9:51pm CST, Justin Wright wrote thus:

On November 14, 2003 at 6:55pm CST, vivi McMaker wrote thus:
Hi im new

On November 7, 2003 at 4:26pm CST, becka camaro wrote thus:
I wish to  be  a  dragon  the  dragon  shall  appear
when  some one  needs  rescueing  and has
shimering  tinted  scales,  changing  color  wings
, and is mine

On November 5, 2003 at 4:44am CST, Lothma wrote thus:
Hi, I would like to share this spell with the people - It is not my work and I take no credit for it

submitted by Bikens

PUT THREE candles in the highest
place you have at home,
inside a plate with sugar
all around the candles.
Light the candles.
Ask for three wishes
to your guardian angels
Ask one wish for business,
one wish for love
and an impossible wish.
Publish this spell on the third day
( after you requested the wishes)
and see what happens
on the fourth day...

On October 22, 2003 at 4:34pm CST, Peter wrote thus:
I like your homepage, it's very interesting and important for all user. Thanks and best regards -Peter-

On October 14, 2003 at 6:14am CST, thaddaeus english wrote thus:
hi thanks for hvingh me and if thiers any m=news on this or some vampiric tendacies show up in your guests give us a buzz

On October 14, 2003 at 6:10am CST, Thaddaeus english wrote thus:
hey every body, i wondered if there is some one out there whose name is Maximilion Arquette, because there is always someone in my dreams with that exactname

On October 7, 2003 at 5:00pm CST, Emeraldisle wrote thus:
Hi, my name is Emeraldisle and I'm a Ranger for Mystickal Realms, a site competition. I just dropped in to say I enjoyed your site and to invite you to join us.

On October 5, 2003 at 1:20pm CST, A.Gregor wrote thus:
I am surfing homepages in order to brush up my English and get
useful information through the Internet. I'm a Russian who still has very
poor command of English, but having a great interest in viewing the contents
of this site. Thanks!

On September 29, 2003 at 7:28am CST, Roy Howard wrote thus:
I have been playing for about 15 years ............
Just got this address , thanks for being here......
You spell list this like fresh air.......
Need to check out your Monstrous index


On September 29, 2003 at 4:26am CST, joseph tagnesi wrote thus:
i like to thank you for the monstrous index you have here on your site. but Im looking for information on the adamantite dragon and I havn't had much success in finding  on the web.

On September 28, 2003 at 7:29am CST, Ben wrote thus:
Great page with some very interested infos. Thanks for inspiration. Greetings from Germany!


On September 21, 2003 at 7:44am CST, Kristen Huffman wrote thus:
ok i was just wandering how do you play cause i am looking for a place i can play regulary and all and this seems like a pretty good place except i cant find a place to make a character at all. Please email me.

On August 12, 2003 at 1:48pm CST, Kita Karen wrote thus:
does anyone here beilve in magic?

On August 11, 2003 at 4:41am CST, Zauberer & Zauberei wrote thus:
Lovely magical site, easy to use, browser friendly and full of information. Many thanks The Zauberer

On August 8, 2003 at 7:28pm CST, Karen wrote thus:
Kewl Site.

On August 6, 2003 at 11:50pm CST, curtis wrote thus:
i am new is this fun?

On July 27, 2003 at 10:01pm CST, kiaou wrote thus:
what is this site for anyway?
if u don't mind I ask, is this some sort of MUD game or promisance war game??
if it is , I would like to join in

On July 22, 2003 at 10:36pm CST, Maureen McNamara wrote thus:
You have such a cool imagination I think that is
really cool =)

On July 22, 2003 at 11:35am CST, Jose wrote thus:

On July 18, 2003 at 4:16pm CST, karen mabbutt wrote thus:
heya - just did a google search on my name and found your site - it was fun to see all the names of people from so long ago...
hope you are well!


On July 17, 2003 at 8:58pm CST, mkgilbert wrote thus:
Interesting Site.  Download my novel, Grimal's Spellbook, for free from my website.  Thanks,

On July 17, 2003 at 8:36pm CST, jfrost1987 wrote thus:

On July 13, 2003 at 5:39pm CST, Rayne E. Kilgore wrote thus:
I love your stuffing here!

On July 8, 2003 at 2:36pm CST, Kevin Caldwell wrote thus:
Wholly shmitballs, this is one of the most detailed internet campaigne sites i have seen... I would like to give you unending props.. the maps is amazing, must have taken a long, long, long time to make it as smooth and organized as you have...  thank you for sharing all this information... I added your site to my favorites... its probably going to be a refrence for my ongoing rpg creations...
   Caldknocker - California

PS: swe


        Since you didn't leave an email address for me to respond to I'll
        just post here. Thank you for your gracious compliments. The Atlas
        did indeed take a long time to put together and is an ever and
        ongoing project. I used Photoshop to create it. We're happy to
        be used as a reference for your own gaming, that is one of the
        bigger reasons that I maintain the Sulerin website (besides out of
        habit, for my players, and because I like the nice emails I get
        among many other reasons). If you have any questions, feel free
        to get in touch, a link for my email address is on the front page.

        And... what does "swe" mean?



On June 29, 2003 at 10:12pm CST, shane wrote thus:
if anyone can send me a list of weapons so that i could use it in my game of D&D i would really like it plzz

my e-mail is

On June 28, 2003 at 5:47pm CST, the skippster wrote thus:
i realy like this site, it has been extreamly
useful to me,a dungeon master and my friends.

thank you! sorry i misspelled everything.

On June 26, 2003 at 11:10pm CST, shane wrote thus:
i Use this web page for a refrince to my D&D game i am the DM tks for all the help

On June 21, 2003 at 10:15am CST, Sonja wrote thus:
Your site looks great, I can't wait to see more! Thanks for all the info!

On June 16, 2003 at 10:56am CST, Gwandrin wrote thus:
I just have written my Nickname into a searchengine and i came to this sight.. funny thing cause the name Gwandrin is invented by me.. It ist a Character from an Pen and Paper Roleplaying Game... so.. Greetings to another Gwandrin from Germany

On June 6, 2003 at 10:29am CST, Andrew Nixon wrote thus:
I think the site looks good. I'll be looking in every once in a while.

On May 24, 2003 at 1:46pm CST, Raúl wrote thus:

On May 22, 2003 at 6:24am CST, B.Aladejubelo wrote thus:
Dear Sir,
   Can you prepare for me a Magic  mirror and magic wand? what are the prices?
Yours Fraternity,

     Mr. Aladejubelo;

     You'll need to be more specific about exactly what kind of magic mirror and
     wand you want to have prepared. Reagents can cause the prices to vary
     widely. Most mirrors are between two-hundred to five-hundred dollars. Wands
     are often somewhere between thirty dollars to one-hundred dollars. All major
     credit cards accepted.



On May 18, 2003 at 4:38am CST, Eliane wrote thus:
Very interesting site keep the good work I will come back

On May 14, 2003 at 9:54am CST, amy wrote thus:
i need to learn spells and now

On April 28, 2003 at 1:17am CST, nathaniel ramsay wrote thus:
ive been looking for a site like this a while, i run primarially palladium fantasy and rifts but also run vampire the apocolipse.
i just need to find some good magic weapons, it is hard coming up with so many,ps, i am a power gamer. thanx for the site.

On April 25, 2003 at 11:21am CST, coty weatherford wrote thus:
hey like the game once i started i couldnt stop i like the bourd game best i just cant pass alive can you please write back & give me some advice on how to stay alive

        From Randy: Coty, since you didn't include an email address
        for me to reply to I've moved your question to the Forums.
        Use the above link to help answer Coty's question in the Forums.

On April 22, 2003 at 11:40pm CST, Junebug wrote thus:
I didn't really look around the sit, but I was
just wondering if this is a world that I can
join? That is all,
Thank You, Great Site from what I saw.

On April 22, 2003 at 3:09pm CST, Lance Shadowstone wrote thus:
this looks pretty rad!

On April 20, 2003 at 10:48pm CST, wyatt weisman wrote thus:
hay i love to play dnd so i want to find guys to play with i am 10 years old, and i think im the best dm master at 10 years old
so try me ha ha haaaaa!

          p.s. i am ten years old

On April 16, 2003 at 2:55pm CST, Marcus wrote thus:
what's going on. i recently moved and lost my monsters book. i don't have an extra 30.00 to drop on a new one. i'm just surfing and picking random monsters till i get enough to match how hard to make a monster per level of my players?!...

On April 4, 2003 at 8:33am CST, Yugi wrote thus:
wuzz up

On March 28, 2003 at 10:27pm CST, Mary wrote thus:
Ello Mates, how it hanging? I have a role playing site too, but its no where as good as this one! *claps*

On March 18, 2003 at 8:51am CST, Charles Wood wrote thus:
Wow, thanx for the pages.  I've been lookin for this stuff for a long time =)

On March 14, 2003 at 8:33am CST, andy wrote thus:

On March 10, 2003 at 4:03pm CST, emmy wrote thus:
loved your stories, great world

On March 5, 2003 at 7:18pm CST, nicole wrote thus:

On February 11, 2003 at 2:41am CST, bonnie.b. wrote thus:
need to get rid of my bad luck can you help me?

On February 9, 2003 at 5:38am CST, abraxas wrote thus:
great site !!

On February 8, 2003 at 7:01am CST, Dan hendrix wrote thus:
Keep up the good work.

On January 24, 2003 at 4:29pm CST, Brandon wrote thus:

On January 11, 2003 at 9:49pm CST, arlock the fighter wrote thus:
Im a newbie but i think d&d rocks. I used to think it was to imature to play, but then i realize it is played on any level of maturity you want. I love games with strategy involved and this is by far the best game ive ever come across. I only have the dm guide and im borowing the players handbook.

On December 15, 2002 at 4:43pm CST, Garret wrote thus:
Great site!  I myself have been working on a fantasy world (dreaming of it being at least comparable to yours in detail), and this site is an inspiration, and a help on creating mine.  Keep it up!

On December 15, 2002 at 5:42am CST, Daryl English wrote thus:
this site is greate it has full detail of all te creature spells and the reces.Still not sure thought, is this a book your on about or a game? Its all a great idea i love the whole fantasy relm idea,You played warcraft 3?
PLease email me back what the idea of you site what you on about?
Let me no more email back.


On December 10, 2002 at 3:31pm CST, Minerva wrote thus:
Hi I would like to learn more about magick.

On November 23, 2002 at 11:20am CST, raph wrote thus:
Congrats this new website is masterfully done... Ah that's a great use of ASP in the Personalities, mean the links to where they appear at Campaign Logs...


On November 15, 2002 at 4:24am CST, Master of Runes wrote thus:
Greetings! You have created a very nice looking and interesting world. I really enjoyed my visit. Keep up the great work!

On November 13, 2002 at 3:51pm CST, Ralph wrote thus:
Hallo Randy!!! You've done a very great site and a very well developed world (i do not have the time to look it all over now - sorry). I especially like the new spells and your house rule section (it gives me some good hints for my own house rules - i have to be quick with them because our campaign moves on on sunday). Keep on with the great work and the best wishes from Ralph (Germany)

On October 28, 2002 at 5:25pm CST, Jeri Ballast wrote thus:
Very nice site, Randy - you've created an attractive, professional web site to showcase your Sulerin world. Good job and good luck.

On October 17, 2002 at 0:30am CST, Dave Anderson wrote thus:
This is a great site filled with things that I haven't seen around for years and updated and organized in one place. I hope you don't mind if i use your site for a reference point.

On October 12, 2002 at 2:55am CST, Chris Clayton wrote thus:
This is cool.  I especially like how the dragon
stays where it is when you scroll up and down, and
how the letters look.

On September 13, 2002 at 11:05am CST, kyle wrote thus:

On September 10, 2002 at 0:23pm CST, Merak Spielman wrote thus:
you put lots of work into this setting! Good job!

On August 26, 2002 at 1:10pm CST, Kameron Williams wrote thus:
Great D&D site, I liked it alot! I'm interested in created my own D&D character, E-mail me if you have some good character sheets.

On July 24, 2002 at 11:58pm CST, Dawnstar wrote thus:
Oh, yeah, does anybody know what happened to that "Eye of the Fly" website? I can't seem to find it for the life of me.

On July 24, 2002 at 11:56pm CST, Dawnstar wrote thus:
This new site rocks harder than an In Flames concert, man.

On July 24, 2002 at 8:03am CST, kahty wrote thus:
looking for information

On July 12, 2002 at 7:29pm CST, necton wrote thus:
this is a great site! i think it is really cool. you should ad some more dragon types.

On July 5, 2002 at 3:52am CST, Teardrop wrote thus:

I just stumbled on your old site through google. I was really impressed with the information and devotion put into that site. Then saw the link to this site. Its like icing on the cake.

I want to say that your world has inspired me - it just shows how limitless imagination can truly be. I hope to use the inspiration for creating my own online fantasy world. Not to copy it of course ;) but to use my noggin to create something new.

I also want to add my praise to the many others who have come before me, and to the many that will come after. Its a fantastic site, and I wish you all the best.

On May 29, 2002 at 5:58am CST, richie wrote thus:
I thank you for creating this site

On May 28, 2002 at 8:47pm CST, alwayztruthfully wrote thus:

On May 21, 2002 at 5:07pm CST, jr wrote thus:
D&D will always be the greatest game in the world

On April 28, 2002 at 10:21pm CST, Nazaire wrote thus:
Hi again Randy,

I dropped you an email last week and I appreciated your response. Just thought I'd sign your guestbook and make my passing "official".  :)

Again, great site! I've been dropping by fairly regularly and still haven't taken everything in.

Kevin Grande

On April 27, 2002 at 11:41pm CST, Ky Stevens wrote thus:
I am in surch of a stave though I could just ask my Grandfauther I would like to find one on my own I am talking about like a wizards stave that I can use to foucuse my powers with.Can you help me in my quest? I am looking for websights or stores that sell ones that arnt phoney.THANKS Ky Stevens

On April 7, 2002 at 11:43pm CST, Joe Headrick wrote thus:
Hey Randy. This is the Dragonlance lover. Thought I would say hello and say this new site is coming along nicely. Hope things are well.

On March 31, 2002 at 1:23pm CST, Tian Gerber wrote thus:

this site is pretty kewl... I'm a new to D&D and a noob at "Dungeon Mastering" this sites got lots of kewl info

mail me if u can give me any tips...

On March 28, 2002 at 5:23pm CST, Christi wrote thus:
Looks awesome. Hope its all that it looks to be.

On March 19, 2002 at 2:40pm CST, Fractal Phil wrote thus:
Almost as strange as the world of fractals! Thanks and all the best.

On March 18, 2002 at 6:26pm CST, rick monia wrote thus:
i hope to have fun in here

On March 13, 2002 at 4:54am CST, Nickolas Holland wrote thus:
Just a DM looking for some artwork, as I'm too lazy and cheap to buy figurines, or draw them myself... because as I mentioned... I'm lazy...and cheap.

On February 22, 2002 at 7:25pm CST, Amanda wrote thus:
tell me how to do the spell!!!!!!!

On January 8, 2002 at 6:04am CST, Wilz wrote thus:
Nice site! :) Pleasantly surprised to see the difference from the old site
after not speaking to you for a while. Nice work... hope to get lots of
material here once its all up!

On December 23, 2001 at 7:38am CST, Chris Clayton wrote thus:
This is the coolest website that I have ever seen.  I would like to give you a quote for your brochures.  Feel free to quote anything in this message as personal testimony from me, Chris Clayton.  I love the purple colors in the writing, the dragon like letters in the title and especially the really neato guestbook.

On December 14, 2001 at 6:30pm CST, millicent wrote thus:
i would like to do some magic on my own

On December 9, 2001 at 5:04am CST, Omer Joel wrote thus:
Congrats on the new site! I can't wait to see the forums and the newsletter online.
See you on ICQ - hopefully we will both be online at the same time.

On December 5, 2001 at 3:51am CST, Gina wrote thus:
give a witch spell!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

On November 29, 2001 at 10:11am CST, Brome wrote thus:
Hey there, just letting you know that your new site is very sweet-->great work!  I'll see you soon, friend :-)

On November 16, 2001 at 4:09pm CST, Paul Nolan wrote thus:
Maybe an area of political intrigue and faction alliances etc? Rumours that circulate thoughout certain locations.. Fantastic site unbelievable depth.

On November 3, 2001 at 7:58am CST, KID MTZ wrote thus:

On October 10, 2001 at 2:28am CST, Ivar Gunnarsson wrote thus:
I just wanted to say that I was searching the net for original, well written spells, and found a trove on your page. They're absolutely wonderful, well written, original, useful, and balanced.Ivar,Iceland

On October 4, 2001 at 7:04pm CST, Ancient Cartographer wrote thus:
I have been most impressed with your site. Nice to see some good quality RPG stuff on the web. How did you colour the maps. I just use water colour, but my maps are no where near as detailed. Can you give me a few pointers.

On October 3, 2001 at 8:56am CST, Willowmoon wrote thus:
This is a really great site!!

On August 22, 2001 at 5:45pm CST, David wrote thus:
Excellent site.  Quite unique and well executed.  It's been a ride and I can only hope for more in the future.

On August 6, 2001 at 0:36pm CST, Jacoblee VerDught wrote thus:
this is a cool site.i can tell it took a lot of efort. i come here every day.

On July 26, 2001 at 7:33pm CST, Lindsey Harms wrote thus:
I love rpgs!!

On July 17, 2001 at 11:09am CST, Moirae wrote thus:
Wow... your site is great... it's amazing to see how the same thing can inspire different people.  I love the book "The Rose of the Prophet" as well.  And it's amazing to see the parellels between your site and my own.Please stop by some time and tell me what you think. Thanx.

On July 9, 2001 at 11:27pm CST, scott wrote thus:
nothing i would like u to add character sheets to your home page are email me where i could find some for 2nd and 3nd for ad&d thanks thats all

On July 7, 2001 at 2:48pm CST, Damas wrote thus:
Well, you are a very very very active DM. You get a lot of respect out of me! Keep up the good work, I'll be around.

On June 24, 2001 at 8:42pm CST, Brandon wrote thus:
This is an AWESOME site!  It has really helped me along with my book.  It's given me great ideas!  So, I want to thank the creator of this site for...creating it.  Thanx!  :-D

On June 24, 2001 at 5:27pm CST, Marc Monroe wrote thus:

On May 27, 2001 at 8:10pm CST, Frank Bravata wrote thus:
Nice site. Plenty of useful information. Nice layout.

On May 10, 2001 at 10:25am CST, Fillin wrote thus:
Hi, nice site, I found it through the Candlekeep site. I'm going to place a link on my site for you, could you do the same for me?See ya!Fillin

On May 7, 2001 at 3:30pm CST, Joe Headrick wrote thus:
Cool Pages......use them quite often thought i would sign the book this time

On May 2, 2001 at 6:20am CST, Dawnstar wrote thus:
i have been to your site many times, I just want to thank you for enabling me to become a more powerful munchkin. MUAHAHAHAHA!!!! HA HA!

On April 27, 2001 at 8:51am CST, elf lord wrote thus:
pretty nice .

On April 12, 2001 at 1:20am CST, Alex Funk wrote thus:
Thanks for the great cite!  Its great to be find gamers so willing to share their work for the good of gaming.

On April 11, 2001 at 3:02pm CST, Valdmir Aleksei Tereshkova wrote thus:
nice site. It is filled with alot of useful information. Keep up the good work

On March 18, 2001 at 8:50pm CST, Jeremy Anderson wrote thus:
Hey Randy, I was digging through hotmail and found your old "World of Sulerin" advertisement... thought i'd say hi.I'm playing a 3rd edition campaign with some friends in Monroe, WA, right now (also MS employees, some of them). Anywho, i hope you and Tess are blisfully happy. Drop me a line sometime and say hi. I'd like to hear how you're doing.- jer

On March 17, 2001 at 7:59pm CST, Chris wrote thus:
Needs morea rtwork and more spells/items/prayers/monsters.  I like the stuff that can be adapted to any RPG. Great page regardless!

On March 8, 2001 at 6:37pm CST, Anthony Morris wrote thus:
I just wanted to say this site in very well done. Would like to join this in the near future if possible...

On February 16, 2001 at 5:33am CST, L()()K!NG -- G()D wrote thus:
MOre PIctures

On December 14, 2000 at 10:44pm CST, Travis wrote thus:
Well from the look of these pages someone has put a lot of time and dedication in to it, and as soon as i can find out how to play it I will.

On November 29, 2000 at 9:30pm CST, Dave wrote thus:
Good page! I like the layout. So much stuff to read! Great Job. Dave

On November 20, 2000 at 7:00am CST, Paul Woods wrote thus:
First time here

On November 19, 2000 at 8:14am CST, zur wrote thus:
just perfect.there is nothing more to add,except perhaps from some pics in the monsters.brilliant work

On November 1, 2000 at 1:38pm CST, Christi Talmer wrote thus:
I think this world looks promising. Visit my school, the headmistress will help you out.

On October 29, 2000 at 0:01pm CST, Adam Donnelly wrote thus:
Great Stuff. The author has out done himself

On October 25, 2000 at 1:14pm CST, Nik'Naks wrote thus:
This page is well......GREAT<gasp>It has sooo many different monsers on it, i cant belive myself! ps. I couldn't 'v been arsed to write all them out!

On October 15, 2000 at 7:21pm CST, Randy - Webmaster of Sulerin wrote thus:
Well, yes. Thanks "G()d". It is true though, we do need more pictures. Thehorrible truth though is that I can't even draw a square box by hand, muchless illustrate the stuff I imagine and share here on the World ofSulerin.I would be very greatful if there were artists out there willing to donate some of their time and skill to illustrating people, places, and most of all - monsters of Sulerin. If you know someone willing to help out, please send a note my way!         -R

On August 26, 2000 at 11:33pm CST, Patrik wrote thus:
I've been searching specifically for sites dedicated to publishing monster profiles for the AD&D game, since I'm in the process of publishing my own web site on that subject. Yours is both the best-looking and has the most intelligent monster profiles I've seen, by far. They outshine even what TSR has published.

On August 20, 2000 at 1:51pm CST, Yuval/Foline wrote thus:
Well... what can I say which hasn't been said already ?  I think that you are a great DM, Randy.  Your work here is great and I enjoy learning from you and your website new aspects and new information of role playing.Keep the great job !- Yuval/ Foline

On August 11, 2000 at 6:36pm CST, covey whitegold wrote thus:
i am interested in joing what a wicked site

On August 3, 2000 at 6:35pm CST, chris byron wrote thus:
very very interesting - thank you for your time and effort

On July 28, 2000 at 6:34pm CST, Ben Gibson wrote thus:
This page was very helpful in the creation of my own campaign for the Council of Wyrms. Thanks

On July 27, 2000 at 6:34pm CST, Durdyn wrote thus:
I don't know how often you check your site, but I will sign your guestbook. I actually have too many names to remember, my main character is above. I have been a Dungeon Master for 10 years now, and Roleplaying even longer than that. I have been mudding for 8 years as well, my father and I both, he is an Immortal on Avatar Mud. I have been wondering when someone as creative, imaginitive, and liked D&D/AD&D as much as I do would finally put their ideas for all the see. Every time I try I get the HTTP head ache and give up after a while. Excellent site, loved the Creatures section alot, I read the entire thing in about 4 days when I had breaks at work. If you send anything to my e-mail, you'll have to wait till September because I am in California right now, I live in North Carolina. I'll quit boring you with details, and keep up the good work. Your ideas have stirred my imagination to new lengths of creativity. ----Everwatcher of the Realms, Durdyn

On July 13, 2000 at 6:33pm CST, Myxlplyct Svernlbeen wrote thus:
Wow!! You my friend, have some incredible ideas. I don't know how you find the time to come up with all of this, but am sure glad that you did. I have played RPG's for twenty years and thought that I had seen it all. Your takes on the cultures, lore, and items made me smile. If you DM as well as you document, you'll have players for life!! Thank you.

On June 29, 2000 at 6:32pm CST, Mirko wrote thus:
great page! I just started my 'adventuring' on AD&D games , pages like this offer a lot of help...

On June 27, 2000 at 6:32pm CST, Thurbane wrote thus:
Nice site...drop by mine sometime and lemm know whatchya think?

On June 19, 2000 at 6:31pm CST, Fyre Dancer wrote thus:
nice page! Wish i had this information a while back. we could have used it.....

On June 17, 2000 at 6:30pm CST, Robert Osborne wrote thus:
I had started mudding about 7 yrs. ago. And now i just cant get enough. I am now in the prosses of pleying Aarons Times of Chaos. Witch is a good mud. But the people that get on, most are a$$ho(es. parden my french. I am going to try your mud and, if I like it I'll switch for good.

On June 15, 2000 at 6:29pm CST, The DM wrote thus:
This is a great site !!! I am a DM myself and this site has given me ideas for my one campains and adventures. I shall visit this site more offen.

On June 6, 2000 at 6:29pm CST, WebWarlock wrote thus:
Hey great website you have here. You have put a lot of work into your world, and it shows. Keep up the great work! Warlock

On June 4, 2000 at 6:22pm CST, Remnant wrote thus:
This website is really neat! It's great looking and informative, interesting, funny... blah blah blah... Anyway, keep up the good work!

On May 29, 2000 at 6:22pm CST, Brother Nabil wrote thus:
Really nice!

On May 27, 2000 at 6:21pm CST, Robert Steinbruegge wrote thus:
I have been looking for a place like this for a site like for a long time.I am a avid player of D&D,Rifts for a long time and would like to get into your game if at all possiblle. thank you. ROBERT STEINBRUEGGE

On May 16, 2000 at 6:21pm CST, Eddie F. Sanford (Mole) wrote thus:
I like D&D very much and I think this is a pretty tight site.

On May 2, 2000 at 6:20pm CST, Sweet_Angel2 wrote thus:
Someone asked me if I was of this world....I need to find out for myself, so my quest has started here.

On April 25, 2000 at 6:20pm CST, Mike Bold wrote thus:
V good, gold star, big tick.

On April 22, 2000 at 6:19pm CST, Corin wrote thus:
Cool site, could you send me some info about joining a campaign?

On April 19, 2000 at 5:55pm CST, Arnout wrote thus:
Been here before. Randy you still got one of the best RPG sites on the net! Greetings! Wow.. what i'm looking forward to the 3rd edition.

On April 19, 2000 at 5:52pm CST, jeremy wrote thus:
Cool site, most personal sites I have visited have been quite crappy. But then again, no one takes D&D quite as seriously as you do. You dork.

On April 16, 2000 at 5:47pm CST, Daniel Moroney wrote thus:
Hello I would like to say this is a brilliant site, however i would like to know how to join one of the campaigns? Thanks!

On April 7, 2000 at 5:46pm CST, Asbjørn Rasmussen wrote thus:
This site has really inspired me! I haven't seen anything as complete and useful as this in a LOOONNNGGG time!!! Thank you!

On March 23, 2000 at 5:44pm CST, Griselric wrote thus:
Excellent site ! keep the roleplaying on!

On March 2, 2000 at 5:43pm CST, nick turner wrote thus:
liked the humour section, some nice ideas foe stuff. have you ever lrp? the link is to my faction webpage.

On February 28, 2000 at 5:41pm CST, Shawn Wolf wrote thus:
Hey i like the Idea you have on the ninja's but i was wondering if you wanted to hear any of my suggestions for the other two classes because like you i have been working years on how to make the ninja class and i am still brain storming shaping and getting ideas and critiques from friends. So if you want my ideas you could send what you were thinking about for the remainder two types. I also was thinking or a dwarf ninja and i would not see them as Dukuryu. But i see them as Shu No. That sort of thing and also my class of Ninja that could be incorporated in as Ji or the other one depending on what you thought. Anyways Email If your interested.

On February 16, 2000 at 4:59pm CST, Aries wrote thus:
Nice page ! I would like to see more pics!

On February 16, 2000 at 4:56pm CST, Dagath wrote thus:
I came I likes

On February 16, 2000 at 3:34pm CST, Randy - Webmaster of Sulerin wrote thus:
Well, yes. Thanks "G()d". It is true though, we do need more pictures. Thehorrible truth though is that I can't even draw a square box by hand, muchless illustrate the stuff I imagine and share here on the World ofSulerin.I would be very greatful if there were artists out there willing to donate some of their time and skill to illustrating people, places, and most of all - monsters of Sulerin. If you know someone willing to help out, please send a note my way!         -R

On February 2, 2000 at 4:39pm CST, Lady of the Elms wrote thus:
Thank for the great maps to enhance our journey to realms that we have not know before

On January 30, 2000 at 4:06pm CST, Robert Madison aka Lokiri Darkskys wrote thus:
I love the site so much detail is refreshing to see and i have only started parusing the information and maps they are wonderful as a person thats been into rpgs especially D&D in its many varied forms for over 22 years i find it wonderful to see some one out there that loves it as much as i do i look forward to all the new information :) sincerely yours Lokiri Darkskys of Greyhawk and surrounding realms.

On January 26, 2000 at 3:55pm CST, Mister A. Reviewer wrote thus:
I'm not a player of RPGs but I still like the creatures and stuff. I see you are a fan of Terry Brooks...very cool. Oh, your site?...Keep up the  good work!