I didn’t play much Dungeons

I didn’t play much Dungeons & Dragons RPG as a kid; although my friends all wanted me to. I was too busy learning programming and making new friends on the CB Radio + then BBS’s + then the Internet. (I wanted to play but I was always ”too busy”)

Well, now discovering that my character alignment (Kenneth Udut as-if-he-was a fictional character) is *Neutral Good*, it was time to investigate a long forgotten realm to see where I belong – and I found it:

In the fictional realm of Dungeons & Dragons, I would be living in Venya, with gentle sloping hills and brooks running through it with a light dusting of snow, where halflings can live in safety, or ruling it from my underwater library fortress of Xiranthador, which contains more knowledge than could be read in a thousand lifetimes.

[note: don’t look up Venya on Google without adding D&D. It’s also a woman’s name. Google Images can be a dangerous thing :P]

”Venya

Venya, the third layer, is also known as The Pearly Heaven. This layer is somewhat colder than the previous two and its slopes are often seen covered with a gentle layer of snow. Peaceful brooks and carefully terraced fields are common on Venya.

The Green Hills, a separate plane in the 3rd-Edition Forgotten Realms cosmology is located on Venya. It is a place of safety for the many halflings that live here; their crops always give plentiful harvests and there are no large predators to speak of. It is also home to the halfling deity Yondalla, and other members of the halfling pantheon (Arvoreen and Cyrrollalee).[3]

The Fields of Glory are the realm of Heironeous, the deity of justice and valor.

Erathaol the Seer, an incredibly handsome archon with subtle masculine features, governs Venya from his underwater library-fortress of Xiranthador. Within its pearl-lined halls are said to lie more tomes of knowledge than can be read in a thousand lifetimes.”

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I didn't play much Dungeons &

^I didn't play much Dungeons & Dragons RPG as a kid; although my friends all wanted me to. I was too busy learning programming and making new friends on the CB Radio + then BBS's + then the Internet. (I wanted to play but I was always "too busy")

Well, now discovering that my character alignment (Kenneth Udut as-if-he-was a fictional character) is Neutral Good, it was time to investigate a long forgotten realm to see where I belong – and I found it:

In the fictional realm of Dungeons & Dragons, I would be living in Venya, with gentle sloping hills and brooks running through it with a light dusting of snow, where halflings can live in safety, or ruling it from my underwater library fortress of Xiranthador, which contains more knowledge than could be read in a thousand lifetimes.

[note: don't look up Venya on Google without adding D&D. It's also a woman's name. Google Images can be a dangerous thing :P]

"Venya
Venya, the third layer, is also known as The Pearly Heaven. This layer is somewhat colder than the previous two and its slopes are often seen covered with a gentle layer of snow. Peaceful brooks and carefully terraced fields are common on Venya.

The Green Hills, a separate plane in the 3rd-Edition Forgotten Realms cosmology is located on Venya. It is a place of safety for the many halflings that live here; their crops always give plentiful harvests and there are no large predators to speak of. It is also home to the halfling deity Yondalla, and other members of the halfling pantheon (Arvoreen and Cyrrollalee).[3]

The Fields of Glory are the realm of Heironeous, the deity of justice and valor.

Erathaol the Seer, an incredibly handsome archon with subtle masculine features, governs Venya from his underwater library-fortress of Xiranthador. Within its pearl-lined halls are said to lie more tomes of knowledge than can be read in a thousand lifetimes."^

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