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    Elves

    About elves, and where they go when they "pass on." I always wondered
    if they didn't "evolve" and become closer to (their) nature, such as dryads,
    nymphs, sylphs, treants, and such. Or they could go on to new worlds, or get
    reborn. I never put much thought into it, but I like the first idea.

    Lee.

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    Elves

    Alexander wrote:





    > Also, why can't players be goblins or ogres or something?
    > If you could that would be nice.

    Actually there are already rules posted on the netbook for those
    races as PCs....

    Bryan

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    Bearcat said (on 11-30-1996 at 10:00 AM:):
    >>P.S. "for the sake of game balance" - was not probably the
    >>best expression. Anyway, without this rule I would (for example) find
    >>difficult to explain the apparent lack of knowledge in history.
    >>(the events before coming of humans are very vaguely described at
    >>best) Well, the concept is designed for lazy DMs it seems (no need to
    >>think up all these remote events when a PC decides to use ESP on one
    >>of those" 25 000-years-old elves".)
    >
    > I believe that this lack of racial memory may be due to the fact
    > that the more experienced(ie. older) elves would have gone to the "front"s
    > during the innumerable wars between elves and other races. Remember, the
    > front used to be the coastline, so they must have truly lost 98% or more of
    > their race in these wars.

    quoting a missing post


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