This post is to rectify a grievous injustice: for a long time Gnomes in Mystara were considered mere monsters and mistreated and, even when, in following D&D editions, Gnomes became a playable race, but never in their real Mystaran shape. Don’t worry, here we are!
Some time ago, during a gaming event, I was asked why I play D&D, and especially why I play in Mystara. Well, if you’re reading this article maybe you know why I play D&D, simply because it is the best game ever. If you ask me why Mystara, well, then I’ll explain it as if you were a child who has never heard of it …
“My hand rests on the big yellow gem, in the shape of a semisphere, on the big blue gray door post. My skin is…. green! The gem lights up to the touch and a numb sound is heard. With a strong air gush sound, the metal doors open vanishing inside the thick metal wall, showing the huge room in front of me.[…]
MEANWHILE, A FEW MONTHS BEFORE IN SERRAINE …
“Ah, Master Matazumi, there you are! I went to the Onyx Tower, as instructed and here is the answer of Master Helsing. They also gave me a Flying Potion for you, how strange …” – the young gnome addressed the floating skull that was reading a book in the Great Library.
“GOOD. KEEP ALL, FORGOT MY POCKET TROUSERS” – said the dry, deep and unearthly voice of the Druji.
[You may want to read the previous post:[ The Elemental Evil in Mystara – part II: the History ] Elemental Evil Cults in Mystara and their Prophets. The Elemental Evil disrupts the four elements inner nature, focusing their power to just destruction…. (READ MORE)
[You may want to read the previous post: The Elemental Evil in Mystara – part I: the Scenery ] WARNING, SPOILER ALERT: the next map is GM-only, so don’t look at it if you are a player! Background: The adventure can be set… (READ MORE)