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Dungeons & Dragons fantasy roleplaying game, mongrelfolk are humanoids that are the product of several generations of crossbreeding between numerous other humanoid races.
Publication history [ edit ]
mongrelman first appeared in the first edition in the adventure module (1981), and then the original Dwellers of the Forbidden City (1983). Monster Manual II [1 ]
The mongrelman appeared in second edition in the
(1989), and Monstrous Compendium Volume Two (1993). Monstrous Manual The mongrelman is presented as a playable [2 ] character race in (1993), The Complete Book of Humanoids and is later presented as a playable character race again in [3 ] (1995). The mongrelman is further detailed in Player's Option: Skills & Powers #242 (December 1997), which also introduced the Dragon infiltrator mongrelman. [4 ]
mongrelfolk appear in the third edition (2003), Fiend Folio and as a player character race in [5 ] (2004). Races of Destiny
Description [ edit ]
Each mongrelfolk, or "mongrelman," has a unique appearance, taking on various features from any or all of its ancestral races.
Mongrelfolk are often
lawful neutral. Mongrelfolk are excellent mimics, and can reproduce just about any sound they have ever heard.
Society [ edit ]
Mongrelfolk worship the god
While in older editions of
Dungeons & Dragons mongrelfolk were defined as deformed outcasts, recent sourcebooks ( , Races of Destiny Wizards of the Coast, 2006) gave them the special ability to appear as members of any other race. As such they mix into humanoid society by impersonation rather than being outcast.
References [ edit ]
^ Gygax, Gary. ( Monster Manual II TSR, 1983)
^ Stewart, Doug, ed. (TSR, 1993) Monstrous Manual
^ Slavicsek, Bill. (TSR, 1993) The Complete Book of Humanoids
^ Richards, Jonathan M. "The Ecology of the Mongrelman." #242 (TSR, 1997) Dragon
^ Cagle, Eric, Jesse Decker, James Jacobs, Erik Mona, Matt Sernett, Chris Thomasson, and James Wyatt. Fiend Folio ( Wizards of the Coast, 2003)