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Gnomo
Creature - Gnomo
Informazioni
Tipo (sottotipo) Umanoide (gnomo)
Taglia Piccola
Ambiente Colline temperate
Allineamento NB
Prima Apparizione

Gli Gnomi, chiamati noniz dai Flan, sono una delle prime razze civilizzate delle Flanaess. Sono ingegnosi inventori ed esperti illusionisti.

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  • -----. The Adventure Begins. Renton, WA: Wizards of the Coast, 1998.
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