Where halflings are both the oldest race on Athas, and almost all barbaric cannibals...
Posted on 2012-04-07 at 20:14:37.
Raven Resident Finn RDI Staff Karma: 64/3 962 Posts
I remember too
Aaah... Dark Sun, some very good memories from the past. I haven't really been a big fan of (A)D&D worlds outside of Forgotten Realms, but there was something about Dark Sun I liked very, very much. Maybe it was the cruelness, despair and harshness of the environment. Oh and the low level of magic. Loved it!
Posted on 2012-04-07 at 20:36:56.
Edited on 2012-04-07 at 20:41:29 by Raven
Well Ulthok will like the fact that there is a beautiful women in the party that he can look in the eye without having to stand on a chair.
The others may see her as a small child figure, but Ulthok knows the strength and passion that pluses so vibrently in the heart and soul of those glorious creatures know as the women of "The Folk." It is after all a goddess that watches over them and a bit of that goddess is in each of them.
Also Cor had better watch it, the halfling women are better drinkers than many Dwarves too, lol.