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The sharp edged repartee between the Justicar and Escalla was missing, now that their romance has blossomed, and the change in the dynamics within the group was definitely felt. The novel feels a bit… softer… than the other two. This feeling is not helped by the fact that Lolth, as presented here, seems almost ditzy, and only her indentured handmaiden Morag a Type V Demon seems able to keep her focused on anything. Why both with this, when a simple raise dead spell could solve the problem? It feels like Kidd was told to pad out the book so it went past pages. This book also creates some canon issues.

Lolth is dead as of CY ? There was a major demonic invasion in Furyondy and nobody seems to have noticed? Despite my enthusiasm for Kidd as a writer, and for these characters specifically, these faults must bring down my rating for this particular outing, which is unfortunate. I give it three wizards out of five.

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The fallout from events of this novel are only a problem if one insists that all the various novels and adventure modules in a campaign setting have continuity with each other. This leads to the ridiculous mess that was 3rd edition Forgotten Realms, or White Wolf's old World of Darkness, both of which creaked and groaned underneath their respective metaplots. Better to follow Eberron's example of using the campaign setting as a baseline and assuming every adventure and novel are non-canon this-COULD-happen possibilities.

Lolth, the Demon Queen of Spiders , is the chief goddess of drow elves. These lesser tanar'ri are handmaidens of Lolth, the drow goddess of Spiders, dwelling amongst the outer planes and being regularly summoned by the Queen of Spiders' priestesses to witness sacrifices in the name of their dark goddess, Lolth. The summoning process tests the very fiber of the high priestesses' dedication. Establishing a mental connection to its summoners, yochlol scour their thoughts and memories to find proof of their loyalty to Lolth. It proves to be a rather unpleasant experience for all who are present, but the yochlols' connection to Lolth also proves to be fairly useful when a family feels they have obtained something to please her.

The "Q" in the module code is an abbreviation for "queen".

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The module, a sequel to the D series of modules, was novelized in The Abyss is also the name of one of the faith-based outer planes that form part of the Forgotten Realms cosmology. Unlike most Greyhawk deities, Iuz makes his home on Oerth, where he rules a broad swath of the Flanaess known as the Empire of Iuz. His symbol is a grinning human skull, or a human skull with blood-red highlights.

Many minotaurs worship the demon lord Baphomet. In Fiendish Codex I: Hordes of the Abyss , it was revealed that she is a member of the demonic race called the obyriths. The lamia is typically portrayed in the game as a creature with the lower body of a lion, and the upper torso, arms, and head of a human female.

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A less common type of lamia, the lamia noble, was depicted as having the lower body of a serpent. In the fourth edition, it was reenvisaged as a swarm of insects. The fifth edition disregards this and returns it to its classic design. It was published by TSR, Inc. David Hudnut is an artist whose work has appeared in role-playing games. Wizards of the Coast. Retrieved August 18, Retrieved Conan Unchained! Dragon Dungeon. Geography and cosmology.