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Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game, the lupin is a humanoid with a dog-like appearance.
Publication history [ edit ]
The lupin first appeared in the
Dungeons & Dragons adventure modules (1981), Castle Amber [1 ] Savage Coast (1985), and (1992). The lupin also appeared in the Night Howlers (1986), Creature Catalogue and the [2 ] Creature Catalog (1993). [3 ]
The lupin appeared in second edition
Advanced Dungeons & Dragons for the Mystara setting in the Mystara Monstrous Compendium Appendix (1994). [4 ]
The lupin appeared in third edition in
#325 (November 2004). Dragon [5 ]
Description [ edit ]
Sages believe lupins to be a result of crossbreeding between humans and
gnolls. They are intelligent and productive craftsmen and are friendly towards most races. In the Mystara campaign settings Lupins are most commonly found on the Savage Coast.
A lupin is usually of
good in alignment.
References [ edit ]
^ Moldvay, Tom. X2 – (TSR, 1981) Castle Amber
^ Morris, Graeme, Phil Gallagher and Jim Bambra. ( Creature Catalogue TSR, 1986)
^ Nephew, John. Creature Catalog ( TSR, 1993)
^ Nephew, John, Teeuwynn Woodruff, John Terra, and Skip Williams. Mystara Monstrous Compendium Appendix ( TSR, 1994)
^ McArtor, Mike. "Lupins." Dragon #325 (Paizo, 2004)
Additional reading [ edit ]
Head, Bruce. "Campaign Classics." Dragon #237 (TSR, 1997).