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forest gnome 
2nd-Jan-2005 11:56 am
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Does anyone have Races of Faerun? If so, what is the general disposition and outlook of forest gnomes? 100 words or less type of description, please. I'm just trying to get a feel for them.
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2nd-Jan-2005 08:37 pm (UTC) - Forest Gnome

If deep gnomes are thought by some the black sheep of the gnome family, [...] then forest gnomes are the shy cousins. [...] Forest gnomes are so quiet and painfully shy that they go to great lengths to avoid contact with others unless there is a great need to break their silence.

Whereas the rock gnomes are friendly and loquacious and the deep gnomes are sullen and reserved, the forest gnomes are practically invisible [...]. They have a great love of nature, particularly deep and quiet forests far from civilizations or even anyone else's homes. [...]

Most forest gnomes are extremely private, preferring to simply be left alone by other peoples. When among their own kind, they are a bit less reserved. [...]

[...]

The vast majority of forest gnomes would simply like to be left alone to enjoy the beauty of their wooded homes. They are not particularly distrustful of people outside their villages, nor do they hate those who treat the woods with respect. However, they just don't see how people could have much interest in them and their simple way of life.

[...]

Most forest gnomes see no reason to ever leave their homes, but sometimes doing so becomes unavoidable. Adventuring forest gnomes may be hunting for a solution to some problem back home or hoping to learn more about the surrounding area so that they can defend their community against threats they would otherwise know nothing about.


A little more than one hundred words, but most of it is reciting the same bit over and over. I can get you a scan of the entire section if necessary, but I think this should suit your needs.

Now if you'll excuse me, I must be getting ready to watch some hockey :)
2nd-Jan-2005 09:31 pm (UTC) - Re: Forest Gnome
Thanks for the lengthy reply! I now have a very good understanding of forest gnomes. No need for a scan. Some day I'll probably get the book, but for now this is good. Enjoy the hockey. =)
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