Originally Posted by alice_ashpool

Thats a shame, I haven't seen the newer tranch of codexes and so on, but the thing I always liked about them was how alien they are, depite superficially looking "human-ish" The elongated faces and the very attrctive yet cruel look. And the fact that they could theoretically be mistaken for humans, but their manner, attitudes, culture, behavior were as far removed from humans as ork culture was, just in different ways.

Well, I guess that's what happens to all the popular franchises.
Originally Posted by ash elemental
differences that are similar to what you can find among human cultures as such. Consider the drow: in BG2 you get to visit a drow city. And what do you see: a city market, a temple, a tavern and houses in-between. Same for the elven city you get to visit. How does it really differ from human cities except for the architectural style?

Life, activities, matriarchy, religion and the presence of a huge number of slaves.
Originally Posted by ash elemental
same as the elven bodies are based on the human body

Abd what's the problem here? Do you think that in order to be different from a person you need to be like the Old Ones from the Lovecraft books?

Last edited by BuckettMonkey; 04/12/20 03:02 PM.

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