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    Wed Oct 02, 2019 6:33 am  
    Infinite Iuz?

    Something in the Lolth discussion caught my attention.

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    What happened recently to increase Lolth's power? All those invasions of other worlds in Q1. While she was defeated on Oerth, on many other worlds she was successful, and her power grew exponentially. One important victory was slaying and drawing divine blood from the god Abrogard, once the primary god of evil on the world of Guldor, home of the dwarven kingdom of Maldev (see Fiendish Codex I, page 125).


    So could Iuz do something like this where he assists someone else on another world, and then gets them to do a favor on Oerth (Like, I don't know, maybe, summon an army of gnolls to destabilize his enemies while he rebuilds his fiendish armies)?
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    Thu Oct 03, 2019 11:09 am  

    Sure he could, if that's the type of campaign the DM wants to run.
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