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It appears to be a completely made up word for a substance that has never been defined anywhere.
answered Apr 26 '15 by Yora
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There is a huge number of options to get D&D basically for free, since there are so many different versions of D&D. My personal favorites are Basic Fantasy and Lamentations of the Flame Princess (whi …
answered Apr 9 '15 by Yora
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The AD&D 1st Edition Forgotten Realms Campaign Set (Gray Box) is set at the start of 1358. The AD&D 2nd Edition Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting box is set at the start of 1368. The D&D 3rd Edition …
answered May 25 by Yora
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In the past you could sometimes come across the deity Lolth being spelled 'Lloth'. I once heard it was a typo that somehow kept being repeated. Where did the spelling 'Lloth' first appear?
asked May 1 '16 by Yora
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Duergar first appeared in the AD&D Monster Manual II as far as I know. They already had that power at that point with no mention of how they gained it or what they use it for in their native environme …
answered Nov 13 '16 by Yora