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Lost Languages: Universal - Trulg

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Note from the Author

I wanted to just write a quick note about the content of this book, and really of this series. Getting to dive into languages is something super fun that I love doing - making conlangs is really a treat, and I love using them in my games. Trolls are super cool, and I think often underused as a potentially amazing source of lore. They get relegated to what - one or two paragraphs? - in the Monster Manual and beyond that, not much else. However, most cultures that have troll mythologies or legends show trolls - to some degree - being more than just bloodthirsty brutes. They have language and culture and magic, often cast as mystics and riddle keepers hidden amongst the marshes and mountains of the world. With that, I wanted to reflect that mythos in the trolls of Dungeons & Dragons, giving them their own language, and recasting them with a new role in my and potentially your worlds!

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This title was added to our catalog on December 28, 2021.