Making Race Count, Part 2
Utility Powers for Drow, Eladrin, and Elves
By Robert J. Schwalb and Matt Sernett
The foulspawn’s magic slammed into Rook with such force that he fell from his ebony fly, landing in a heap on the floor. The hulks, big brutes that were all muscle and oozing wounds, closed in on him. For a moment, Rook worried. Then he spat it away along with a bloody glob containing his tooth. He was drow, and he wouldn’t let aberrant scum take his life. Surging to his feet, he called upon Lolth’s magic to shroud himself in darkness and then opened a doorway in the cloud to slip away.
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