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A category has been created and linked where appropriate. -Zyll 21:41, 20 March 2008 (EDT)

Would you care to give any reasoning behind recommending this page for deletion?

The Northlands is a separate section of the world map, so much so that it has its own coordinate system. Within the realm of the Northlands, there are several individual areas and a handful of quests. It was once home to a guild which is now defunct, but rumours are stirring that the White Magi may make a comeback.

--Bladestorm 12:35, 21 March 2008 (EDT)

Zyll is trying to move a lot of 'container' type pages to category pages. This may or may not be a good idea.

Regarding the Northlands in general, though, I'm increasingly thinking that they should stop being "the northlands of Almeria" and be more their own continental body (maybe with a Bering-Strait-type 'land bridge' of ice that comes and goes with seasons). Any thoughts on this, and what we might call it if we did it that way, would be interesting. —Chaos 13:11, 21 March 2008 (EDT)

Jotunheimen--as in Jotun/Giant? The North has always had that cold, Nordic, ice giant feel....
Sounds interesting. There's alot of space "up" there and it'd be fun to see more stuff up and round there. --Ryal 18:17, 21 March 2008 (EDT)

In working with the Northlands, I am going to end up expanding it greatly. The overall regency will be held in Wintercrest. I already have several of the expansions drawn out on paper. What is currently labeled the Northlands will be converted into a valley that connects Almeria to Wintercrest; all of the current locationw will stay as they are. To either side of the Northlands will be a sea--the Kalter Sea to the west and the North Sea to the east. The Kalter Sea will connect to a full Kalter area, which so far, is the region farthest west in my maps. Just east of Kalter is Casia Glacia, which explores more of the frozen solitude aspects of the north. Just east of that, and directly north of the Northlands, will be the seat of Wintercrest. North of that will be an ice dragon lair and a frost giant land. To the southeast will be the North Sea, and on the eastern side of that, the barbaric region that will be known as Gardagh.

Gardagh will in turn have access to the northern shores of Avalon.

As always, I am open to suggestion concerning content within these areas.--Bladestorm 13:02, 4 June 2008 (EDT)

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