CONDITIONS OF MEMBERSHIP

I apologize for having to make this portion of my web site as members-only access, but unfortunately, circumstances have come about yet again which demand greater need to limit and restrict peoples' freedoms to read and ability to copy my work. Many of us have learned the hard way that when it comes to creating and posting your creations on the web, trust is inevitably grinded to nothingness. I applaud those individuals in the past that have come to me without the need for copyright notice and have requested my permission, as well as insured credit given for the work done.

Recent events involving an individual who is banned on every Gorean site that I know of has brought about the culmination of required membership to gain access to the Annals.

Please be patient as I slowly bring these pages back online with the additional security features.

 

 

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Special Note

Because of the differences in publishing the books, depending upon whether published in the U.S. or Europe, depending upon whether a first publishing or a Masquerade Books release, page numbers will often vary. All of my quotes are from original, first-printing U.S. publications (see The Books page for a listing of publishers and dates) with the exception of the following books:

  • Tarnsman of Gor (2nd Printing, Balantine)
  • Outlaw of Gor (11th Printing, Balantine)
  • Priest-Kings of Gor (2nd Printing, Balantine)
  • Assassin of Gor (10th Printing, Balantine)
  • Raiders of Gor (15th Printing, Balantine)
  • Captive of Gor (3rd Printing, Balantine)

Disclaimer

These pages are not written for any specific home, but rather as informational pages for those not able to get ahold of the books and read them yourself. Opinions and commentaries are strictly my own personal views, therefore, if you don't like what you are reading — then don't. The information in these pages is realistic to what is found within the books. Many sites have added information, assuming the existences of certain products and practices, such as willowbark and agrimony for healing, and travel to earth and back for the collection of goods. I've explored the books, the flora, the fauna, and the beasts, and have compiled from those mentioned, the probabilities of certain practices, and what vegetation mentioned in the books is suitable for healing purposes, as well as given practicalities to other sorts of roleplaying assumptions.