hey guys, I was just wondering about the new system we aparently have for the language tokens. I Mean when I got mine they were DM given. and said DM's questioned my choices, about how my character would know those languages. Now I was in isin the other day on as Ent. When I heard a character speak elven, said character is a red wizard of thay. which struck me as kind of odd, I asked the user which DM had given the tokens and he just told me about the new system. So I suppose my Question is, are they regulated. I mean as a Redwizard, realisticly, Elven lore is only available to elves for the most part. "Evil elves" from my opinion and understanding of FR really are few and far between. Then thay having relations outside of thay especially with said evil elves seems kind of far fetched. now no hard feelings against the user of that character. I'm just curious how the Dm's have been handling such, I'm no dm and as I said I'm not pointing fingers or other extremidies, Just curious.
Post by Quadhund/Greenhouse on Jun 18, 2007 10:08:04 GMT -5
The language system is developed off the PnP rules. It takes into account race, region, and class.
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