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The Githyanki and Githzerai are both Gith Mordenkainen's Tome of Foes details that the Githyanki and Githzerai are simply two factions of being a Gith: But after they won their freedom, two factions among the gith disagreed on what kind of civilization they would forge. The factions are mechanically described as sub-races of Gith, not as separate races. ...


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The Githyanki and Githzerai are warring factions of the same race, Gith. From MToF: But after they won their freedom, two factions among the gith disagreed on what kind of civilization they would forge. These factions are later described as the Githyanki and the Githzerai. Further, MToF lists the two as subraces of Gith. No matter which you choose to play, ...


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The Githyanki and Githzerai are warring factions of the same species, Gith. From MToF: But after they won their freedom, two factions among the gith disagreed on what kind of civilization they would forge. These factions are later described as the Githyanki and the Githzerai. Further, MToF lists the two as subraces of Gith. No matter which you choose to ...


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There probably is no in-universe answer Your question is asked from the perspective of a blacksmith in (a non-specific) world of D&D. It's easy to forget from our lofty perspective of meta-knowledge, but for the characters in the game, this information is basically impossible to know. Remember that the creatures our exceptional adventurers might ...


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They are one race with two subraces The history of the githzerai and githyanki are detailed in Mordenkainen's Tome of Foes. The Gith were originally a single race, slaves to the Illithids until they rebelled and broke free. However, they split into two factions soon after this due to disagreements on the kind of civilisation they wanted to forge after their ...


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The Pre-Galifar Calendar System is not addressed in the 3.5, 4, nor 5th edition rule books Rule books have two systems, and neither are useful for an NPC that acts as if the year is -500YK The YK or "years before now" systems in the book are not useful for the context of this NPC's dialog. Eberron Campaign Setting (3.5e): The common era is ...


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One belief extant in the World of Darkness community is that the Heralds are the August Personage of Jade (from Kindred of the East) or perhaps their ministers. The central evidence for this belief is that the same story is told in both books. Hunter: The Reckoning Storytellers Companion (in a section called The Great Cycle, pg.7-8) describes the origins of ...


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