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"Bad Elves" (Additions to the Legion of the Lithe)
Publisher: Cranebump
by Christian B. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 06/25/2014 04:52:25

A short and free supplement for any fantasy-system using Elves.

It contains a short discussion about elves and two sub-races of elves described on a very rough level. Both subraces are no bad ideas by themself, but neither is really original (I remember Grey-Elves and Wood-Elves from quit old DnD Sourcebooks, which are quit similar to the new subrace) This supplement might be really useful if it gave more information to work with when you want to create a charaktere deeply emerged into the game world, but it fails at that. The focus is more on appearance and equipment used than a solid background.

Another drawback is the title: Bad Elves. It hints on some evil, sinister way to play elves but does not deliver.

Layout, writting and graphics are of good quality.

[2 of 5 Stars!]
"Bad Elves" (Additions to the Legion of the Lithe)
Publisher: Cranebump
by JP C. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 02/02/2014 09:36:51

I expected something... I got two types of elves. Neither of which seems to be anything more than elves with a type of jobs. I wanted to like this, but really can't. 2 stars because it was free. I don't see any use for this supplement in any campaign I'd ever run. Wasted opportunity, and I really wanted to like it.

[2 of 5 Stars!]
"Bad Elves" (Additions to the Legion of the Lithe)
Publisher: Cranebump
by Matthew M. T. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 05/31/2013 15:31:30

This is a brief PDF document, provided free, about a subset or subrace of classic elves. From the title, I was hoping the two subraces would be rather more shady and closer to "dark elves" or "drow". I did not find this to be the case. Without spoiling the experience, one subrace was more used to civilized and cultured living. To me, this didn't seem "bad" per se, but just not as expected of elves. Classic elves live among trees and all that, but even Tolkienesque elves had at least small clusters of civilization (I am thinking more along the Mithlond, the "Grey Havens" as seen at the end of the recent film RETURN OF THE KING. Overall, I was disappointed. However, this document is offered free of charge.

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