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    Default Forbidden City: Mongrol Men & Yuan Ti

    I really loved this quest, and loved the Mongrol Men these mutant-like humanoids made great player allies if you allowed it.


    This quest also intoroduced us to the serpentine Yuan Ti. These snake-people have become a staple...come to think of it Where are the Yuan Ti in Stormreach?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr_Ed7 View Post
    I really loved this quest, and loved the Mongrol Men these mutant-like humanoids made great player allies if you allowed it.


    This quest also intoroduced us to the serpentine Yuan Ti. These snake-people have become a staple...come to think of it Where are the Yuan Ti in Stormreach?
    With all this jungle surrounding Stormreach, where are the Yuan Ti?

    Liked using them in my own Campaigns, but don't visit jungles or deep forests often enough to use them, but look at all that jungle here.

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    Let's hope they show up in the follow-ups to the new Droaam arc, along with Harpies etcetera
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    From Player's Guide to Eberron:

    "The race of yuan-ti is actually native to Sarlona, having originated as an offshoot of humans. When the Inspired took control of that continent, they began to exterminate the yuan-ti, and those that could escape fled to Argonnessen. Many of the dragons were unwilling to open their land to these refugees, but a handful of Chamber agents who saw the arrival of the yuan-ti as part of the unfolding of the Prophecy offered them sanctuary. As the numbers of yuan-ti grew, draconic resistance to their presence increased as well, and most were eventually banished to Xen'drik.

    According to some scholars, it was only upon their settling in Xen'drik that the race of yuanti
    became corrupted and hateful, and those scholars point to the benevolent yuan-ti of the Talenta city of Krezent as evidence that the race was originally no more evil than its human ancestors. Whatever their origin, the yuan-ti of Xen'drik are more uniformly evil than most races of
    Eberron. Though exceptional individuals exist, most are thoroughly vile and depraved. For the most part, they are isolated in their temple-states deep in the jungles, but some have taken up residence in the giant ruins surrounding Stormreach. From there, they send their most humanlike agents among the populace to pursue their nefarious ends. Supposedly, these yuan-ti seek to transform all of humanity into their own serpentine image."

    So, they're there, just pretty darn deep in the dungeon. Maybe they will show up at some point.

    EDIT: Aaand formatted. Sorry about that, oven timer went off and I got in a rush.
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