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    Couple questions:

    1. Why was the information from Wizards Conclave excluded from ToHS Sourcebook?

    2. If The Irda used magic, for example the Irda Stone, then what magic were they using? Primal Sorcery, High Sorcery or Mystic/Divine Magic?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heron
    Couple questions:

    1. Why was the information from Wizards Conclave excluded from ToHS Sourcebook?
    Probably had to do with production schedules. Due to the fact that the gaming material is being written the same time as the novels are, not all information gets into the gaming books. An example would be the missing tower from ToHS.




    Quote Originally Posted by Heron

    2. If The Irda used magic, for example the Irda Stone, then what magic were they using? Primal Sorcery, High Sorcery or Mystic/Divine Magic?


    Apparently that is up to debate. High Sorcery didn't exist, and primal sorcery was not released until the chaos gem showed up. My best guess for that is it was part of their race, like dragons and fey. For instance, occasionally an Ogre Magi is born able to cast spells, this is a racial throwback to the Irda.


    I hope that helps,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Heron
    Couple questions:

    1. Why was the information from Wizards Conclave excluded from ToHS Sourcebook?

    2. If The Irda used magic, for example the Irda Stone, then what magic were they using? Primal Sorcery, High Sorcery or Mystic/Divine Magic?
    Towers of High Sorcery was written before and during the time Doug Niles wrote Wizard's Conclave, and was originally scheduled to be released quite a bit before the novel. Due to licensing restrictions, we weren't allowed to spoil the plot of the novel. In a perfect world we could have done things differently, but there you have it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamie
    Towers of High Sorcery was written before and during the time Doug Niles wrote Wizard's Conclave, and was originally scheduled to be released quite a bit before the novel. Due to licensing restrictions, we weren't allowed to spoil the plot of the novel. In a perfect world we could have done things differently, but there you have it.
    Ah, I understand! Thanks Jamie for the heads up!
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