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No additional import charges at delivery! But all Arak call the Rift home, though no one stays at home his whole life, and many are content to roam the lands outside for years before returning. You can always find we fair folk in forgotten places, old hollows, secluded valleys, dark forests and silent caves. Places that mortals forget, and places that mortals fear. We share a love of growing things, and work together from time to time.
What else can they tell me about them? They are I suppose 'distant kin,' but they are not Arak. They live in the forest and tend to their trees. Highly protective of the wilds. Admirable, and beautiful. Especially fond of the great Oaks.
The Shadow Rift (AD&D Horror Roleplaying, Ravenloft) Paperback – April 20, Feast of Goblyns (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons/Ravenloft. Ravenloft: From the Shadows RQ3 (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons, 2d. The Shadow Rift (2e) - For many years folk have gazed into the churning black vapors of the Shadow Rift and wondered at the horrors that might.
The Arak, called Fey by us mortals have a name - Fir, Alven and so on. Do these ladies have a name, among the Arak or among the mortals? Mortals who know of them call them Dryads.
She would want to know as much as she can about the Fey She flat out refuses to discuss any sort of vulnerability that the fey may or may not have, but eagerly shows off her ability to change shape, and explains that fey are especially adept at glamors and illusions. As beings of magic, they are also resistant to magic and illusions cast by others.
If all Arak are one race, does it mean anything that she has Alven blood versus any other type of Fey blood? Unlike us, you mortals are nothing but the shell you wear. If your fey ancestor was Alven when your lines were combined, Alven blood shall your kinfolk have for all your days until your line withers and dies. It means that whatever fey qualities you possess reflect the Alven way: Alven dedication, Alven independence, and the Alven love of the wild, of the great green places, and the tiny sprouts in the earth.
What do they know about the mists? What do they know about Nidala? What do they know about Azalin? Do they know anything about the Souldrinker? Years ago, tales say, the fir called Waelin, master artisan of Anvolee, found the thing in ruins near the edge of the Rift, sunk deep in the earth. It must have fallen from the False Realm above. Waelin repaired it, made it work again. It walked and talked like a Man, but was hollow inside, full of gears and pistons, a mockery of nature. It wanted to be improved, and Waelin complied.
Waelin didn't fear the Toy, of course. He had studied every part of it, and knew its weaknesses; and besides, immortals never truly fear. But Waelin obeyed the Toy for his own purposes; working on such a complex and ultimately useless device was pure joy for a fir. He reveled in the challenge of adding more and more complex features to an already marvelous machine. But one day, the Toy simply disappeared.