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Pixie Culture? 
27th-Mar-2004 05:28 am
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I thought I posted this before, but I don't see it... so just in case, here it is again:

My friend and I are preparing our characters for a future D&D campaign. We’re planning on being a pixie couple. However, beyond some very basic, barebones ideas, we can only really speculate on the intricacies of pixie culture. While this may be enough for my friend, I’m very big on character development and sincere roleplaying, and I would feel like a fraud if we went ahead and made the characters and played the game based on what we think pixie culture is probably like. I’ve tried some web searches and haven’t found anything. If anyone knows about pixie culture in D&D, or knows where I can find out about it, it’d be much appreciated if you could help me out. Thanks.

x-posted to a few places so i have the greatest chance of finding what i want.
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27th-Mar-2004 05:25 am (UTC)
I would suggest classical literature. The Faerie Queen, A midsummer night's dream and Queen Mab might not be bad places to start.
27th-Mar-2004 09:03 am (UTC)
A greyhawk novel, "Descent into the Depths of the Earth" by Paul Kidd outlines the intricacies of the faerie courts, seelie and unseelie. Though they go out of their way to make the distinction between faeries and pixies.
27th-Mar-2004 09:58 am (UTC)
HackMaster PHB. One race is Pixie Fariy and they have RP stuff about them in there, also cool rules which would work well in 3rd ed.
27th-Mar-2004 11:32 am (UTC)
One place you might look is the wizards of the coast website. They have an entire line of 'Fey Features', articles just about different fey. You may have to dig, but they likely have something about pixies in one of their older articles.
27th-Mar-2004 04:45 pm (UTC)
In addition to what others have suggested, there's also a non-WOTC d20 supplement on faeries that you could check out.
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