Copying the main wiki article? Edit
You might think of redurecting, or for now, linkoinf to your articles fromt he main wiki articles.
And it's not uncommon, you might also think about taking wikipedia content and linking to it. (That or using it wholesale, depending on how the CC contract works.)
13:55, 29 April 2006 (UTC)
- Anything that isn't copywrited that is posted on a wiki comes under the GNU licence and can be used anywhere. Most of the Yochlol, Wulfgar & Drizzt pages were copied from wikipedia. If you want to copy, that's fine but I would prefer it if eventually the whole wiki was made a bit more unique.
Ok, can anyone find any sources on these guys
Sources of interestEdit
- "The Complete Book of Elves" 2nd Edition. In this book they appear only as "monster template" at the end of the book. This book also lays out what elves belong in what campaign worlds and they are not listed.
- "Elves of Evermeet" 2nd Edition. In this book they appear on page 120 as an adventure to contact a small colony on Mt Sundabar
- Races of Faerûn 3rd Edition. Page 31 to 34. This has the most information and is probibly a "primary source"
- Baldur's Gate (Computer Game) Aerie They are mentioned here, but is this canon, and what other reading can be had around this character? Is she mentioned in any novels?
- Neverwinter Nights : Shadows of ?Entrie? You free a group kept underground.
Web Articals of InterestEdit
Hurtzbad 23:55, 27 December 2008 (UTC)Opps I forgot to sign all this (sorry)
Avariel in 4EEdit
They are also mentioned in Dragons of Faerûn and in the novel Evermeet: Island of Elves by Elaine Cunningham. In both is something about their history, that the Avariel were one of the first elf-races on Faerûn and lived during the Days of Thunder, fought against the dragons and got help by the silver elf Sharlario Moonflower against Mahatnartorian. Then there is something in DoF about how they helped to protect this Mythal wich is stored somewhere and bound the Dracorage to the King Killer Star. Most of them died and that is the reason why there are almost none "today". Historicus 10:28, 28 December 2008 (UTC)