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* CreatorBacklash: Ed Greenwood was vocally opposed to the incorporation of the "Ethnic Fantasy" subsettings of ''TabletopGame/KaraTur'', ''TabletopGame/{{Maztica}}'' and ''TabletopGame/TheHordelands'' into the Realms, arguing that they were too rooted in HistoricalFantasy and forgot to focus on the Fantasy aspect of FantasyCounterpartCulture.

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* CreatorBacklash: Ed Greenwood was vocally opposed to the incorporation of the "Ethnic Fantasy" subsettings of ''TabletopGame/KaraTur'', ''TabletopGame/{{Maztica}}'' and ''TabletopGame/TheHordelands'' into the Realms, arguing that they were too rooted in HistoricalFantasy and forgot to focus on the Fantasy aspect of FantasyCounterpartCulture. Despite his own views, they were included anyway, and have become important pieces of lore to the setting.

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* CreatorBacklash: Ed Greenwood was vocally opposed to the incorporation of the "Ethnic Fantasy" subsettings of ''TabletopGame/KaraTur'', ''TabletopGame/{{Maztica}}'' and ''TabletopGame/TheHordelands'' into the Realms, arguing that they were too rooted in HistoricalFantasy and forgot to focus on the Fantasy aspect of FantasyCounterpartCulture.


* FanNickname: The Chosen of Mystra are sometimes referred to as "The JusticeLeague", usually derisively.

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* FanNickname: The Chosen of Mystra are sometimes referred to as "The JusticeLeague", ComicBook/JusticeLeague", usually derisively.

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* TheWikiRule: The [[http://forgottenrealms.wikia.com/wiki/Main_Page Forgotten Realms Wiki]].

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Hasbro (owners of D&D) attempted in 2011 a multi-franchise crossover project dubbed ''[[Trivia/Revolution2016 Unit: E]]'' that ultimately went nowhere; one page included quick cameos of Drizz't and a Dwarf.

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* FanNickname: The Chosen of Mystra are sometimes referred to as "The JusticeLeague", usually derisively.

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* WordOfGod - Rich Baker, Ed Greenwood, and others, posting on various messageboards.
* ThrowItIn: Where did Drizz't come from? R. A. Salvatore's editor called while he was working on ''The Crystal Shard'' and said he needed to add a sidekick. He came up with him on the spot.
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