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    Cellwair?

    This term, Cellwair, used to refer to the halflings of Cerilia... from where does this term come? I don't recall seeing this term in any of the products i have. From one of the domain secrets books, perhaps?

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    A first to me. I found several mentions of 'cellwair' linked to 'halfling' with google but all led back to br.net, I suspect that someone's homebrew got picked up as standard.

    No harm to it though, they should have a name.

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    Not sure of how it got to br.net but it is a Welsh word meaning "frivolity or fun".

    It apparently is also used in Relics & Rituals: Excalibur, a d20 OGL-related publication, for halflings.

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