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    Re: Apprentices of the Circle of Eight: Quag Darkum (Score: 1)
    by Dargarth on Sun, September 16, 2001
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    Urzen in my campaign is Giant. I have both Urzen and Kell being similar enough to Euroz to allow the races some semblance of understanding of each other. I should point out that I don't use as many different races in my Fantasy Hero games as are used in DnD.

    I have no Common. Fantasy Hero allows for easy diversity between the languages, and I like to take advantage of communication errors from time to time. Most of the eastern half of the world speaks Aerdi. I consider it to be similar to Latin in the ancient world. Most other areas have their own variation of Aerdi or a unique language of their own.

    Shwahah is a dialect that is spoken by the Rovers of the Barrens. It's a combination of Ancient Flan with some Baklunish.

    The name Gnarl Clan was intended to imply "chewed", as in a gnarled bone.

    When I originally created the character, I liked the idea that Nystul would be forced to care for a half orc child. I view Nystul as being prejudice and just thought it would be interesting to see how a half orc raised by him would react to others.

    Since there are no limits in Fantasy Hero as to the nature of races and magic, I felt that a half orc wizard would make for an interesting challenge to the players down the road.

    In my campaign, Quag eventually joined with Turrosh Mak, betraying Nystul and the ideals of the Circle. This was not done out of spite or hatred, but rather as a desire to see Euroz fulfill some type of potential in their short existance.

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