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    Wed Feb 21, 2007 10:38 pm  
    Drow of the Underdark: Erelhei-Cinlu revisited

    Hey All,

    I saw from a report on D&D XP that one of the selling points for Drow of the Underdark is a revisitation of Erelhei-Cinlu.

    Scroll down on the following link to see the slide from the D&D presentation:
    http://www.hordelings.com/frontend/forums/postView.php?post_id=54925&viewPage=0#54925

    What do you think this will be? A serious look at the setting or is this going to be Saltmarsh al la DMG2, only underground...

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    Wed Feb 21, 2007 11:10 pm  

    I hope it's going to be based on the article by Fred Weining in Dragon #298 (and its sequel in Dragon #300). That was a very good, serious look at the setting.
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    Thu Feb 22, 2007 12:18 pm  

    rasgon wrote:
    That was a very good, serious look at the setting.


    I liked Fred's take on the vault, but I can't honestly call drow mimes serious Laughing
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    Thu Feb 22, 2007 3:17 pm  

    chatdemon wrote:
    I liked Fred's take on the vault, but I can't honestly call drow mimes serious


    I loved the mimes, but granted - they're not as serious as other aspects of the city.
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    Thu Feb 22, 2007 9:58 pm  

    "A mime is a terrible thing to waste" ~Trent Arteberry, professional mime ca. 1985
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    Sat Feb 24, 2007 4:28 pm  

    rasgon wrote:
    I hope it's going to be based on the article by Fred Weining in Dragon #298 (and its sequel in Dragon #300). That was a very good, serious look at the setting.


    I agree, the vault articles were amazing. Mimes aside, I was happy to see a mature and progressive take on a gay character - the first explicitly gay character in an official Dungeons and Dragons product (I think it's the first).
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