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Gnolls are the literary descendants of Lord Dunsany's "gnoles", who were clever, evil and nonhuman. Gary Gygax writes in the earliest edition of Dungeons & Dragons (1974): "A cross between gnomes and trolls (...perhaps, Lord Dunsany did not really make it all that clear) with +2 morale. Otherwise they are similar to hobgoblins..."

Gnolls are the literary descendants of Lord Dunsany's "gnoles", who were clever, evil and nonhuman. Gary Gygax writes in the earliest edition of Dungeons & Dragons (1974): "A cross between gnomes and trolls (...perhaps, Lord Dunsany did not really make it all that clear) with +2 morale. Otherwise they are similar to hobgoblins..."

Swordsman, Aleksey Bayura on ArtStation at http://www.artstation.com/artwork/swordsman-ecf32c20-0a2d-49bc-82fd-47c980716273

Swordsman, Aleksey Bayura on ArtStation at http://www.artstation.com/artwork/swordsman-ecf32c20-0a2d-49bc-82fd-47c980716273

Rouge Warrior. Wanted for crimes committed to the Kingdom of Kallaway. Associated with smugglers and pirates, he lives free from oppressive rules and obligations, yet is a moral man by heart. In the end, he wields his sword for an idea of a greater cause,

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