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Azh#oo8

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HighresScreenshot00117.png my first go at a big movable city. Not based on any where. Any Suggestions for use case.?
 

RathDarkblade

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Um, jungle of Klatch ...? I suppose this is in the Klatch interior? Nearer to the Circle Sea, you'll find the Klatchian kingdoms (e.g. Djelibeybi, Omnia etc.), but Klatch (the continent itself) is huge.

I'm not sure what you mean by movable city. I'd understand it if it was the movable store (i.e. the Wandering Shop). :)
 

Azh#oo8

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In Eric he mentions the jungles of klatch full of ruins

And I just meant it can go anywhere desert like
 

RathDarkblade

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Sure, sure. Eric mentions that the jungles of Klatch are full of ruins, e.g. lost kingdoms full of Amazonian princesses (which we never see). ;) Lost gold mines (which, again, we don't see).

We do meet the Great Muzuma (briefly), but he (she?) is not an Amazonian princess. :p

As for Klatch: I wouldn't take "Eric" as canon, personally. I think it was "filler", just to get Rincewind out of the Dungeon Dimensions. It's a tasty filler, and amusing, but it doesn't really help to 'build' the Discworld.

To build the Discworld, I would rely more on "The Discworld Atlas. :)
 

Azh#oo8

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Sure, sure. Eric mentions that the jungles of Klatch are full of ruins, e.g. lost kingdoms full of Amazonian princesses (which we never see). ;) Lost gold mines (which, again, we don't see).

We do meet the Great Muzuma (briefly), but he (she?) is not an Amazonian princess. :p

As for Klatch: I wouldn't take "Eric" as canon, personally. I think it was "filler", just to get Rincewind out of the Dungeon Dimensions. It's a tasty filler, and amusing, but it doesn't really help to 'build' the Discworld.

To build the Discworld, I would rely more on "The Discworld Atlas. :)
Just so. I realised that I need it I'll get it ASAP to get the layout right... at a tenth scale major landmarks will probably fill it up. Right now I'm making fantasy beauty spots as if it will be a virtual Reader /lisner explorer.... Imaginaid. Universal localiser perhaps..
 

=Tamar

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I think Death visits one of those cities when he is looking for a diamond in Reaper Man.
 

RathDarkblade

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If I remember rightly, it's (one of?) the temple(s) of Offler, the Crocodile God. And Death says ...

THANK YOU. =D
 

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