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  1. #1
    Brian Stoner
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    Drow under Cerilia

    I was looking through "Warlock of the Stonecrowns" earlier and I found
    something rather conclusive regarding the existence of Drow in Birthright.
    On page 52, the last paragraph of the first column mentions the Drow
    specifically. Until seeing it I thought there were no Drow in Birthright.
    Although it is open to the DM's discretion, I thought I should let everyone
    know what I found.

    - -Brian

  2. #2
    Nadastor
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    Drow under Cerilia

    At 12.34 28/05/97 -0700, you wrote:
    >I was looking through "Warlock of the Stonecrowns" earlier and I found
    >something rather conclusive regarding the existence of Drow in Birthright.
    >On page 52, the last paragraph of the first column mentions the Drow
    >specifically. Until seeing it I thought there were no Drow in Birthright.
    >Although it is open to the DM's discretion, I thought I should let everyone
    >know what I found.
    >
    >-Brian
    >

    It's true and this can means three things :
    first - it was an error, th drow is a dark elf
    second - exist a race of dark elves named drow and obiously similar their
    cousin from others setting under Cerilia, so we have to determine their
    statistic and abilities to fit BR
    third - there are drow, standard drow, powerful, too powerful IMO for BR,
    under Cerilia

    What do you prefer ?

    Nadastor, Wizard of the Black Robes
    "The power of a man is not in his hands, but in his eyes !
    His life is not into his body, but into his mind !
    The world is not around him, but is in him !"

  3. #3
    Brian Stoner
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    Drow under Cerilia

    At 12:01 AM 5/29/97 +0100, you wrote:
    >At 12.34 28/05/97 -0700, you wrote:
    >>I was looking through "Warlock of the Stonecrowns" earlier and I found
    >>something rather conclusive regarding the existence of Drow in Birthright.
    >>On page 52, the last paragraph of the first column mentions the Drow
    >>specifically. Until seeing it I thought there were no Drow in Birthright.
    >>Although it is open to the DM's discretion, I thought I should let everyone
    >>know what I found.
    >>
    >>-Brian
    >>
    >
    >It's true and this can means three things :
    >first - it was an error, th drow is a dark elf
    >second - exist a race of dark elves named drow and obiously similar their
    >cousin from others setting under Cerilia, so we have to determine their
    >statistic and abilities to fit BR
    >third - there are drow, standard drow, powerful, too powerful IMO for BR,
    >under Cerilia
    >
    >What do you prefer ?
    >
    >Nadastor, Wizard of the Black Robes

    I told my Elf players that their characters knew of the existence of Drow,
    but they don't like to talk about it. Few humans, if any, know about the
    Drow. Dwarves also know of them; as do Orogs. However, the Drow do not
    interact with others if they can avoid it. Fortunately, they live deep
    enough that they don't have to worry much about it. Based on this, little
    is known about them, and little has to be done about them. This way, I
    don't have to do much altering of the Drow, yet they can still exist. At
    this time, I don't intend on having any contact between the heroes and the Drow.

    - -Brian

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