History TabletopGame / Eberron

21st May '17 6:13:24 PM nombretomado
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* BloodKnight: The Valenar Elves, who live for battle, so much that some of them are considering starting another WorldWar simply to get more fighting.

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* BloodKnight: The Valenar Elves, who live for battle, so much that some of them are considering starting another WorldWar World War simply to get more fighting.
27th Apr '17 9:18:43 PM Golondrina
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* {{Applied Phlebotinum}}: Dragonshards. Chunks of magic crystal used to power everything. Good for everything from making a ship fly, to [[{{Walkyverse}} infusing a random scrub with infinite cosmic power]], to making a flying island crash.

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* {{Applied Phlebotinum}}: Dragonshards. Chunks of magic crystal used to power everything. Good for everything from making a ship fly, to [[{{Walkyverse}} [[Webcomic/{{Walkyverse}} infusing a random scrub with infinite cosmic power]], to making a flying island crash.
6th Apr '17 11:56:12 AM Malady
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* OneWordTitle: Also ThePlace, because Eberron is the name of the world.


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* ThePlace: Also a OneWordTitle. Eberron is the name of the world.
6th Apr '17 5:21:43 AM mdwall
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** However, Keith Baker states in the appendices of ''The City of Towers" that most religions are aware of how Dollurrh works and that they believe that their concepts of an afterlife "kick in" after the soul has faded from the plane, making it more like a variation of Purgatory or an AfterlifeAntechamber. Some sects of the Sovereign Host also believe that their deities will purify Dollurrh into a golden realm one day.

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** However, Keith Baker states in the appendices of ''The City of Towers" that most religions are aware of how Dollurrh works and that they works. They believe that their concepts of an afterlife will "kick in" only after the soul has faded from the plane, making it more like a variation of Purgatory or an AfterlifeAntechamber. Some sects of the Sovereign Host also believe that their deities will purify Dollurrh into a golden realm one day.
15th Mar '17 8:40:54 AM mdwall
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*** ''Blade of the Flame'' has a Half-Orc/Elven relationship.

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*** ''Blade of the Flame'' has a Half-Orc/Elven and Human/Vampire relationship.


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*** ''The Dragon Below'' has a [[spoiler: Kalashtar/Shifter]] relationship.
15th Mar '17 8:37:45 AM mdwall
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*** ''The Draconic Prophecies'' has a [[spoiler: Warforged-Human relationship]]. Yes, it's treated as just as taboo as you would expect. She's also a Cannith artificer, isn't that a form of incest?

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*** ''The Draconic Prophecies'' has a [[spoiler: Warforged-Human relationship]]. Yes, it's treated as just as taboo as you would expect. She's
*** ''The Dreaming Dark''
also has a Cannith artificer, isn't [[spoiler: Warforged-Human]] relationship, though it's not revealed that [[spoiler: Lei d'Canith is a form of incest?RidiculouslyHumanRobot]] until the third book.
20th Feb '17 1:32:07 AM Sharkemental
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Eberron was winner of a 2002 setting search conducted by WizardsOfTheCoast. The winner was Keith Baker's Eberron. When Eberron was announced there was an [[BrokenBase outcry]] against it due to its unconventional nature, though this seems to have mostly subsided.

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Eberron was winner of a 2002 setting search conducted by WizardsOfTheCoast. The winner was Keith Baker's Eberron. When Eberron was announced there was an [[BrokenBase outcry]] against it due to its unconventional nature, though this seems to have mostly subsided.
17th Jan '17 4:56:12 AM UltraWanker
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* Deconstruction: The classic D&D good alignments are cheerfully sebverted here and most of the evil ones, aside from the AlwaysChaoticEvil types, as well. Fits the setting, considering that it's a fantasy equivalent of the modern era up to the first two decades of the 20th century.

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* Deconstruction: {{Deconstruction}}: The classic D&D good alignments are cheerfully sebverted here and most of the evil ones, aside from the AlwaysChaoticEvil types, as well. Fits the setting, considering that it's a fantasy equivalent of the modern era up to the first two decades of the 20th century.
31st Dec '16 12:31:28 PM nombretomado
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* MadeOfPhlebotinum: ''{{Eberron}}'''s {{Dungeon Punk}} world comes to mind as an especially obvious example of this trope. Without that magical-flavored {{Phlebotinum}}, everything in that world would fall apart ''hard''.

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* MadeOfPhlebotinum: ''{{Eberron}}'''s ''Eberron'''s {{Dungeon Punk}} world comes to mind as an especially obvious example of this trope. Without that magical-flavored {{Phlebotinum}}, everything in that world would fall apart ''hard''.
16th Dec '16 5:21:32 PM Xtifr
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'''[[quoteright:300:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/eberron-logo_4999.jpg]]{{Eberron}}''' is a setting for ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' released in 2004. It's a DungeonPunk setting influenced by pulp serials, [[AdventurerArchaeologist Indiana Jones]], and FilmNoir rather than the more usual HighFantasy. It averts or subverts many tropes common to D&D worlds, such as AlwaysChaoticEvil and ColorCodedForYourConvenience.

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'''[[quoteright:300:http://static.[[quoteright:300:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/eberron-logo_4999.jpg]]{{Eberron}}''' jpg]]

''Eberron''
is a setting for ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' released in 2004. It's a DungeonPunk setting influenced by pulp serials, [[AdventurerArchaeologist Indiana Jones]], and FilmNoir rather than the more usual HighFantasy. It averts or subverts many tropes common to D&D worlds, such as AlwaysChaoticEvil and ColorCodedForYourConvenience.
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