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Mistresses of Stone: A Playable Medusa Race for Ravnica

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Fill the ranks of Undercity as a Medusa, one of the rarest races in Ravnica!

Once rulers of the Golgari Swarm, the medusae have been long since fallen from grace. They are spoken in whispers and rumor, found in mazes of stone and rot that trap even the most clever and stalwart adventurers. 

  • Includes traits, names, potential guild allegiances, and ideas for character appearance.
  • Balanced to match the other Ravnica races: no need for level adjustment.
  • Not playing Ravnica? Don't worry! This race can fit into any setting where a Medusa would be found. 
  • Questions? Comments? Contact me at @sixfeetzen on Twitter.
 
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Ali F January 17, 2019 2:07 pm UTC
I honestly think that the only problem I would have is that they are called Medusae (plural for Medusa.) My biggest issue with this is that they aren't Medusae, they're Gorgons. Even in MTG lore, Vraska is a Gorgon and there are other Gorgons in the game. Medusa is a Gorgon from Greek mythology, not the entire race.
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Josh K January 17, 2019 11:42 pm UTC
That would probably get confusing with the D&D Gorgon being a large metallic bull that breathes poison.
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Ali F January 18, 2019 12:36 pm UTC
You're not wrong. I still find it a little bit annoying though, you know? And I can understand that they call it a Medusa to save from confusion. It's just a small continuity error in the WotC multiverse. They could've even gone with "Ravnican Gorgon" or something to that extent.
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Will V January 20, 2019 6:19 pm UTC
They do explain the distinction in the first paragraph in the suplement, which you can see in the preview.

Because the supplement is for use whe playing D&D, it's best that the race is called Medusa for people who are less familiar with Ravnica or are not playing Ravnica material.

There's a monster in D&D named medusa which is a humanoid with snakes for hair, and a monster named gorgon which is a poison breathing bull. Better to name the race of humanoid snake-haired people after the former, in this case.
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