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Blame R.A. Salvatore. Lolth was represented in several D&D Works, from 1978 to 1987. The discrepancy arrived with the Crystal Shard in 1988. It was later corrected in Exile, with reason given Drizzt quietly recounted to Belwar the story of the [...] decision to forsake his kin and their evil deity, Lloth. Belwar realized that Drizzt was talking ...


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Over on Barf Forth Apocalyptica, Vincent Baker attributes this kind of question rule to “The Mountain Witch”, a 2004 game by Timothy Kleinert. In fact, the narrative sharing there goes in the other direction, according to a rule stating What is important to understand about characters’ Fates is the purpose for these Fates in play is to set up future ...


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The rolton comes from the various incarnations of the MMORPG Gemstone video game, dating back at least to 1988. A rolton is apparently a sheep-like opponent that can be skinned for its somewhat valuable pelt. The Gemstone wiki describes a rolton as covered with a dirty, matted, disgusting-looking grey pelt that might once have been white and is still ...



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