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drow ( plural drow ) ( fantasy role-playing games, countable) A member of a fictional race of dark elves in various fantasy settings, such as Dungeons & Dragons. ( fantasy role-playing games, uncountable) A fictional constructed language spoken by the Drow. ( rare, mythology, countable) A trow; a member of a race of folkloric beings from Orkney




Drow [dɹaʊ] är den engelska beteckningen för en art alver i det fantasy-orienterade rollspelet Dungeons & Dragons.I svensk översättning har arten kallats svartalver och mörkeralver.Ursprungligen är drow ett övernaturligt väsen från Shetlandsöarna, som vissa ordböcker beskrivit som en "elf".Säkert har också de døkkálfar (mörkeralver) eller svartálfar (svartalver) som beskrivs Drow. Drow, eli musta haltia, on Forgotten Realms -fantasiamaailmassa esiintyvä haltioiden rotu. Drowt ovat vääristymä kaikesta, joka yleensä fantasiakirjallisuudessa yhdistetään haltioihin; he ovat julmia, itsekkäitä ja petollisia kauniin ulkokuorensa alla. Taivaanalaiset haltiat ovat tuhansia vuosia aiemmin karkottaneet drowt

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Ženy jsou silnější a větší než muži. Drowové jsou vysoce inteligentní a obratní, ovšem stejně jako jejich příbuzní z povrchu křehcí a štíhlí. Nesnášejí sluneční světlo a jejich zrak je přizpůsoben temnotě, takže prostřednictvím infravidění jsou schopni vidět i v úplné tmě. Jsou částečně odolní vůči Drow are a dark-skinned sub-race of elves that predominantly live in the Underdark. They are generally evil. They are shorter than many other sub-races of elves and, in common with most Underdark-dwelling creatures, have a tremendous resistance to magic. They also have a much higher birthrate than most other elves, but strife tends to keep their numbers down. 1 Ecology 1.1 Physical

The drow were quick to fill any gap their parents leave behind, and their increasing appearance in society became the norm. The drow were at first split into two sub-races: the drowolath, named for their darker skin; and the drowussu, named for their lighter skin. Of the two, the drowolath children of dark elves were the greater majority. Ecology. Drow weapons and armor (usually made of adamantine or another metal unique to the Underdark) slowly lose their magical properties if exposed to the sun. In Advanced Dungeons & Dragons first and second editions, drow weapons disintegrated upon exposure to sunlight unless specifically treated. Drow often employ hand crossbows, a weapon most consider exotic.

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Drow Magic. You know the dancing lights cantrip. When you reach 3rd level, you can cast the faerie fire spell once per day; you must finish a long rest in order to cast the spell again using this trait. When you reach 5th level, you can also cast the darkness spell once per day; you must finish a long rest in order to cast the spell again using Drow elves stand between 5-1/2 to 6-1/2 feet tall, and typically weigh between 95 and 135 pounds, with only marginal differences between men and women. Their skin tends to be so black in color it may appear to have a bluish or purplish sheen; in contrast, their hair is almost always a brilliant, shining white.

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The drow could never create powerful mythals on their own, but with time and study, they may master the magic of the Elven Court and permanently darken the great forest. Those elves know this, and work constantly to conceal old magic from the drow or defend sites too large to hide with the most powerful guardians they can find or recruit. A list of known drow cities. Abaethaggar Abburth Baereghel Charrvhel'raugaust Chaulssin Ched Nasad Cheth Rrhinn Dyon G'ennivalz Erelhei-Cinlu Eryndlyn Faneadar Guallidurth Haundrauth Ithilaughym Karsoluthiyl Lith My'athar Llecerellyn Llurth Dreir Luihaulen'tar Maerimydra Menzoberranzan Orlytlar Rilauven Sschindylryn Sshamath Sshanntynlan Szithlin T'lindhet Telnarquel Tyrybblyn Uluitur Undraeth

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Description. Drow have strong gender dimorphism. Both sexes have sharp facial features and slight builds, and over all have black skin and pale hair. Their large eyes lack sclera, being a solid colour with pupils. However males tend to average 5ft, have more matt skin and hair, and orange to orange-yellow eyes. Drow is a player character race in Dungeons & Dragons 4th Edition. [FRPG:8] [HotFK:246]Drow are a decadent race of dark elves whose beauty and sophistication fail to mask hearts all too often stained in evil. The vast majority of dark elves base their behavior and attitudes on the worship of the chaotic evil goddess Lolth, also known as the Spider Queen.

Drow are similar in stature to humans, but share the slender build and features of elves, including the distinctive long, pointed ears. Their eyes lack pupils and are usually solid white or red. Drow skin ranges from coal black to a dusky purple. Their hair is typically white or silver, though some variation is not unknown. Drow on the far left. Descended from the original dark-skinned elven subrace called the Illythiiri, the drow were cursed into their present appearance by the good elven deities for following the goddess Lolth down the path to evil and corruption. Also called dark elves, the drow have black skin that resembles polished obsidian and stark white or pale yellow hair.

Drow were implemented during the Underworld expansion (v1.2). It is the Evil Prestige Faction, and will only appear when playing an Evil Vanilla faction.The Drow player will be able to combine the 2 faction spells and all the 18 upgrades and from both the Evil Vanilla and Drow factions. Drow often confused with dark elves are a race of elves that live in the Underdark and are constantly fighting the sun elves and moon elves. 1 History 2 Culture 2.1 Crafts 2.2 Magic 2.3 Faith 2.4 Relationship with other Races The Tel'Quessir races are not native to Faerûn. They come from the plane of Feywild, twenty-five millenia ago. The first wave of Tel'Quessir to arrive were the green

Note that drow have no special ability to apply poison without risking being poisoned themselves. Since this poison is not a magical effect, drow and other elves are susceptible to it. SEE WIKIPEDIA ENTRY: Drow. Drow As Characters. Drow Traits : Drow possess the following racial traits. +2 Dexterity, -2 Constitution, +2 Intelligence, +2 Charisma. Drow, Variant (4e Race) Goliath-Drow (4e Race) Half-Drow (4e Race) 4e Other. Drow House Insignia (spell) (4e Equipment) Drow House Insignia (Transmitting) (4e Equipment) Drow Illusion Mastery (4e Feat) Drow Judicator (4e Paragon Path) Drow Lineage (4e Feat) Highborn Drow (4e Feat) Ring of Drow Blood (4e Equipment) 3.5e Creatures. Insectoid Drow

Drow were Elves that started revering demons, namely, Lolth. They were cast out and moved to the Underdark. The Illithids of Bluetspur had Drow slaves and Tristessa was often mistaken for a drow. Drow article at the Chronicles of Astinus, a wiki for the Dragonlance campaign setting. Drow article at the Eberron Wiki, a wiki for the Eberron campaign setting. Drow article at the Forgotten Realms

Description. Drow have strong gender dimorphism. Both sexes have sharp facial features and slight builds, and over all have black skin and pale hair. Their large eyes lack sclera, being a solid colour with pupils. However males tend to average 5ft, have more matt skin and hair, and orange to orange-yellow eyes. A list of known drow cities. Abaethaggar Abburth Baereghel Charrvhel'raugaust Chaulssin Ched Nasad Cheth Rrhinn Dyon G'ennivalz Erelhei-Cinlu Eryndlyn Faneadar Guallidurth Haundrauth Ithilaughym Karsoluthiyl Lith My'athar Llecerellyn Llurth Dreir Luihaulen'tar Maerimydra Menzoberranzan Orlytlar Rilauven Sschindylryn Sshamath Sshanntynlan Szithlin T'lindhet Telnarquel Tyrybblyn Uluitur Undraeth