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There is another example lair, from Mysteries of the Moonsea. It seems beholders have nests, each one a bowl-shaped indentation atop a stone pillar, holds fluffy piles of feathers, fabric, and other soft materials So in the Moonsea, these three sleep on fluffy pillows. Personally, I'm kind of disappointed with how mundane the lairs are in these ...


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While the general section on beholders in Lords of Madness doesn't give any particulars of the furniture in the beholder's lair, there is an example lair detailed later in the chapter (page 56). I won't reproduce the whole thing here, but the important room for our purposes is the beholder's personal chamber: This large chamber is quite impressive; the ...


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I've done some looking and found some information on Beholders. Firstly, it seems that when a Beholder sleeps, only their main eye closes and the rest blink intermittently, allowing the Beholder to maintain awareness. Because Beholders are highly intelligent and it seems that levitation is their natural form of movement, it would make sense that a Beholder ...


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Beholders are intelligent creatures so I presume they produce written letters and orders and contracts. I would imagine a beholder would have a writing desk (but no chair). It would definitely have bookshelves and scroll cases as well as light sources. For sleeping, I'd imagine that the height of comfort would be a bean bag. :-) I could imagine a ...



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