Big Mac wrote:
Kynn Bartlett (aq35-races.pdf) wrote:
Dune elves look down on their brethren in the oases, but their true fury is reserved for their ancient enemies, the orcs.
The end. As far as the subject is Al-Qadim.
I'm not sure I understand what you mean here.
Are you saying that Kynn Bartlett has made a mistake?
I'm saying that one of the very basic properties of this setting gone mysteriously missing (funny, given attention to other details, yes).
Everyone (except Pantheon League - but then, it's one more reason why other folk tend to think they're jerks) see demihuman differences only in terms of natural advantages/disadvantages. I.e. the only reason why goblinoids, ogres and mermen weren't PC races right from the start is because Land of Fate
was published a year before The Complete Book of Humanoids
The Enlightened don't give a dead fish for the squabbles of old elven/orcish gods and whatnot, and Law of the Loregiver doesn't recognize such differences, so the only "big deal" divisions between mortals are Enlightened/barbarians and Pantheon/everyone else. Isn't this one of the main points?
Twin Agate Dragons wrote:
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Gordon Bennet! Anyone else have the files archived?
I currently have problems only with "Core Classes" and "Prestige Classes", the rest works.