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- As were books from Raymond E. Feist's Riftwar Saga, part of The Riftwar Cycle series, which follows an epic battle between human magicians set in the mythical worlds of Midkemia and Kelewan. Advertisement.
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- The lands of Midkemia and Kelewan? Or a continent containing Arad Doman, Andor and Tarabon, girded by the Aryth ocean? (See the end of this piece for answers.
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- I found Kelewan absolutely fantabulously wondermous – crazy lacquer armour in every shade of the rainbow, wooden swords, an alien insectoid race… I was like a kid in a candy store.
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- In the land of Kelewan, warlords have been locked in a blood feud to enslave the neighboring country. Assassins attack the rightful heirs as spymasters move players around the country, trying to gather up as much information as possible.
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- “Thirty-two years ago, the world of Midkemia was half-developed already. It was a game environment, so it was very well-fleshed out, very detailed.
Kelewan is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Kelewan books and related discussion.
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