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1st Apr '17 7:54:05 PM JM1982
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* WorkOffTheDebt: When Bruenor captures Wulfgar after the invasion of Ten-Towns, he puts the young man to work as a weaponsmith to repay the dwarf for sparing his life.
24th Mar '17 8:11:38 PM JM1982
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** Beorg's fellow king Heafstaag is a cruel, hateful bastard, but even he is disgusted at the way Akar Kessell makes several brainwashed women his playthings.
24th Mar '17 8:10:15 PM JM1982
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* GeneralFailure: In "The Crystal Shard", Akar Kessel might have conquered the world if he didn't shoot himself in the foot more than once. In the end, the titular artifact stops responding to his commands and lets itself get buried in an avalanche because it's tired of watching him screw things up and wants a more worthy wielder.

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* GeneralFailure: In "The Crystal Shard", Akar Kessel might have conquered the world Icewind Dale if he didn't shoot himself in the foot more than once. In the end, the titular artifact stops responding to his commands and lets itself get buried in an avalanche because it's tired of watching him screw things up and wants a more worthy wielder.


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* TheWorfEffect: Happens to ''Drizzt'', of all people, when he fights King Heafstaag, one of the leaders of the barbarians' invasion of Ten Towns. Drizzt seriously injures Heafstaag, but realizes that Heafstaag will recover. Heafstaag himself nearly kills Drizzt, and leaves the drow helpless on the field. The bigoted Ten Towns leader Kemp and one of his thugs find Drizzt and are about to finish the job when Bruenor luckily interferes.
28th Dec '16 2:26:44 PM DelShiftB
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* GroinAttack: Just before the bar fight, Wulfgar did a two-prong attack. One hand to the challenging fat man's face, and the other to the groin.
29th Oct '16 5:19:39 PM dlchen145
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* {{Badass}}: Among badasses: The companions of the hall are all badasses, but Drizzt makes them seem normal, especially after his battle with Errtu. The same can be said about Entreri.
12th Apr '16 1:15:05 AM morenohijazo
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* HospitalSurprise: In ''The Crystal Shard'', Drizzt is called to Bruenor's bedside after the final battle. He assures his mortally wounded friend that he will look for Bruenor's homeland in the spring. Bruenor then reveals that he isn't that badly hurt, he was just trying to force Drizzt to set a starting date for their perpetually delayed quest to find Mithral Hall in the presence of witnesses.
13th Mar '16 5:25:00 PM StarSword
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->''"I would gladly teach him. I would revel in his successes as much as my own, but I would demand, I would always demand, a sense of humility, dedication, and an understanding of this power I was teaching, an appreciation of the potential for destruction. I would teach no one who did not continue to display an appropriate level of compassion and community. To learn how to use a sword, one must first master ''when'' to use a sword."''
-->-- '''Drizzt Do'Urden''', ''Streams of Silver''
11th Feb '16 3:49:54 PM CharlesPhipps
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''The Icewind Dale Trilogy'' is the first [[Literature/TheLegendOfDrizzt]] trilogy of books by R.A. Salvatore written in the ''TabletopGame/ForgottenRealms'' setting. Although originally intended to focus primarily on the barbarian Wulfgar, by the end of the third book it has shifted to a character who was originally meant to be Wulfgar's mentor/sidekick: the ChaoticGood dark elf ranger [[BreakoutCharacter Drizzt Do'Urden]]. Drizzt became so popular that he would [[Literature/TheDarkElfTrilogy get his own prequel series of books]] and would become the star of pretty much every novel in the series set afterwards. This trilogy also introduces Drizzt and Wulfgar's friends: the dwarf king Bruenor Battlehammer, his adopted human daughter Catti-Brie, and the halfling Regis.

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''The Icewind Dale Trilogy'' is the first [[Literature/TheLegendOfDrizzt]] ''Literature/TheLegendOfDrizzt'' trilogy of books by R.A. Salvatore written in the ''TabletopGame/ForgottenRealms'' setting. Although originally intended to focus primarily on the barbarian Wulfgar, by the end of the third book it has shifted to a character who was originally meant to be Wulfgar's mentor/sidekick: the ChaoticGood dark elf ranger [[BreakoutCharacter Drizzt Do'Urden]]. Drizzt became so popular that he would [[Literature/TheDarkElfTrilogy get his own prequel series of books]] and would become the star of pretty much every novel in the series set afterwards. This trilogy also introduces Drizzt and Wulfgar's friends: the dwarf king Bruenor Battlehammer, his adopted human daughter Catti-Brie, and the halfling Regis.
11th Feb '16 3:49:37 PM CharlesPhipps
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''The Icewind Dale Trilogy'' is the first series of books by R.A. Salvatore written in the ''TabletopGame/ForgottenRealms'' setting. Although originally intended to focus primarily on the barbarian Wulfgar, by the end of the third book it has shifted to a character who was originally meant to be Wulfgar's mentor/sidekick: the ChaoticGood dark elf ranger [[BreakoutCharacter Drizzt Do'Urden]]. Drizzt became so popular that he would [[Literature/TheDarkElfTrilogy get his own prequel series of books]] and would become the star of pretty much every novel in the series set afterwards. This trilogy also introduces Drizzt and Wulfgar's friends: the dwarf king Bruenor Battlehammer, his adopted human daughter Catti-Brie, and the halfling Regis.

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''The Icewind Dale Trilogy'' is the first series [[Literature/TheLegendOfDrizzt]] trilogy of books by R.A. Salvatore written in the ''TabletopGame/ForgottenRealms'' setting. Although originally intended to focus primarily on the barbarian Wulfgar, by the end of the third book it has shifted to a character who was originally meant to be Wulfgar's mentor/sidekick: the ChaoticGood dark elf ranger [[BreakoutCharacter Drizzt Do'Urden]]. Drizzt became so popular that he would [[Literature/TheDarkElfTrilogy get his own prequel series of books]] and would become the star of pretty much every novel in the series set afterwards. This trilogy also introduces Drizzt and Wulfgar's friends: the dwarf king Bruenor Battlehammer, his adopted human daughter Catti-Brie, and the halfling Regis.
1st Nov '15 6:27:01 PM BlackSunNocturne
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** The dragon Icingdeath could have immediately killed Wulfgar with his ice breath, but he didn't want to freeze his meal solid, so he tried to kill him another way. He should've just settled for frozen food.[[note]]And it's even more so, as the ''Draconomicon'' books from 3rd and 4th Edition stated that White Dragons ''PREFER'' their meals frozen. Icingdeath might be a PickyPeopleEater, but still[[/note]]

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** The dragon Icingdeath could have immediately killed Wulfgar with his ice breath, but he didn't want to freeze his meal solid, so he tried to kill him another way. He should've just settled for frozen food.[[note]]And it's even more so, so with later information, as the ''Draconomicon'' books from 3rd and 4th Edition stated state that White Dragons ''PREFER'' their meals frozen. Icingdeath might be a PickyPeopleEater, but still[[/note]]
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