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World Building Library: Fantasy Racial Foods

World Building Library: Fantasy Racial Foods


So, what do elves and dwarves eat anyway? Presented below are suggested dining habits for each of the core races, which can spark a GM's imagination, and help her create a unique culture for her players to visit. Whether it's a desperate chase scene through the swinging carcasses in an orc smoke house, a visit to a gnomish village to dine on candied crickets during a street fair, or hunting fat owlbears during an early elven winter, the ideas here provide the hooks of innumerable adventures.

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May 28th, 2006
An interesting read for a few minutes. I printed this off and read it while waiting for the dentist in his office (no joke). It gives the reader a few decent ideas, but is not much more than a typical article you would find in a magazine. I'm glad [...]
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This title was added to our catalog on February 08, 2006.