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Thanks for your input.

On 2/5/15, Alex Fink <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> On Wed, 4 Feb 2015 14:47:58 -0500, Nicole Valicia Thompson-Andrews
> <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>
>>Since Yemorans use speaking stones for communication, any idea how an
>>audio scroll would be created? Would they be their own scrolls or
>>could they be sewn into cloth? Those are my partial ideas. I bought
>>some generators from Drivethroughrpg.com, and can locate material for
>>lining the literature tubes, like leather.
>
> Yet again, it's your world!  They could be their own scrolls; they could be
> sewn into cloth; they could be of either type, depending; they could be sewn
> into something else; there could be no such thing as an audio scroll;
> etcetera.  Pick something.  Keep in mind that just because some old D&D-type
> generator made you a map with scrolls on it, doesn't mean you have to have
> scrolls to use it.  You could replace the scrolls on the map with speaking
> stones, or something else.
>
> What you have told us about Yemoran technology so far, especially in the
> arena of speech recording, is fantastical enough, and so apparently little
> grounded in the ways I understand technological development to work, that I
> can't see a way to use precedent or reason to come up with an answer to
> suggest.
>
> Alex
>


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