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Re: Why Cavadar? 5 years 2 months ago #13

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Kirk Bauer wrote:
What I'm more curious about is... how many teeth did Cavadar have, because I have a modest stack of them already, and I know a bunch of you do too. :)

Maybe Cavadar was a shark

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Re: Why Cavadar? 5 years 2 months ago #14

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Picc wrote:
Anthony Barnstable wrote:

And why his/her teeth?

No idea on the name but I suspect the Toothiness is a reference to an old 1st edition artifact (The Teeth of Dahlver-Nar)

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During second edition the teeth were said to be those of a dragon. Perhaps Jeff is giving us a subtle clue Smoak had a mate (though truthfully I've got no idea).


This is exactly what I was thinking. First edition artifact and relic.
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Re: Why Cavadar? 5 years 2 months ago #15

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I must confess I was hoping for more in depth assembly when we had the RoSP based on the old school D&D legends.
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Re: Why Cavadar? 5 years 2 months ago #16

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The real question should be can my TD character remove one of his own teeth every year and insert the tooth of Cavadar in its place every year? That's the important issue.

Hermie can care for that for you...

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Re: Why Cavadar? 5 years 2 months ago #17

Brad wrote:
I must confess I was hoping for more in depth assembly when we had the RoSP based on the old school D&D legends.

TD doesn't seem to have quite the same relationship with TSR as it used to.
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Re: Why Cavadar? 5 years 2 months ago #18

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Brad Mortensen wrote:
Brad wrote:
I must confess I was hoping for more in depth assembly when we had the RoSP based on the old school D&D legends.

TD doesn't seem to have quite the same relationship with TSR WOTC Hasbro as it used to.

;)
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Re: Why Cavadar? 5 years 2 months ago #19

Picc wrote:
Anthony Barnstable wrote:

And why his/her teeth?

No idea on the name but I suspect the Toothiness is a reference to an old 1st edition artifact (The Teeth of Dahlver-Nar)

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During second edition the teeth were said to be those of a dragon. Perhaps Jeff is giving us a subtle clue Smoak had a mate (though truthfully I've got no idea).

Thank you! That's really cool! I didn't know any of this and it gives me a little something to think about as we uncover more about this. That would be a cool followup to Smoak.

My initial thought was Cavadar is/was human because of the shape of the first tooth. What might throw a real wrench in that theory is every tooth looking like it belonged to a separate species!
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Re: Why Cavadar? 5 years 2 months ago #20

Harlax wrote:
Brad Mortensen wrote:
Brad wrote:
I must confess I was hoping for more in depth assembly when we had the RoSP based on the old school D&D legends.

TD doesn't seem to have quite the same relationship with TSR WOTC Hasbro as it used to.

;)

Exactly
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Re: Why Cavadar? 5 years 2 months ago #21

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Lordoftherealm wrote:
Harlax wrote:
Ro-gan wrote:
The real question should be can my TD character remove one of his own teeth every year and insert the tooth of Cavadar in its place every year? That's the important issue.

Hermie can care for that for you...

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