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  1. In Gary Gygax's 1986 novel Artifact of Evil, Melf is also known as Melf of the Arrow. He seems to acknowledge that Melf is not his real name, but says "it is a simple name, as good as any." Melf was one of the original player characters that explored Gary Gygax's dungeons of Castle Greyhawk. He was created by Gygax's son, Lucion Paul (Luke) Gygax.

  2. Electrum was a naturally occurring silver-gold alloy with half the value of pure gold: 1 electrum piece (ep) was worth 50 copper pieces (cp), 5 silver pieces (sp), 1/2 of a gold piece (gp), or 1/20 of a platinum piece (pp). Most of Faerûn used "standard rates of exchange for coinage," based on the silver and gold standard, with 1 cp worth 1/100 gp, 1 sp worth 1/10 gp, 1 ep worth 1/2 gp, and 1 ...

  3. Likewise, a chaotic good religion may list the following as sins. This list is given in the order of least severe infraction to most severe. 1. Failing to perform a random act of kindness when appropriate. 2. Failing to pursue a new form of pleasure. 3. Placing duty above personal desire. 4. Failing to assist allies or good beings in need. 5.

  4. The Hand of Vecna was a powerful and evil artifact that granted its wearer access to supernatural strength and powerful spells. The Hand was a desiccated, mummified left hand. In order to use its powers, the wielder needed to cut off his or her own left hand at the wrist and press the Hand of Vecna against the remainder of the arm. The artifact then magically grafted itself onto its wearer and ...

  5. Likewise, a lawful neutral religion may list the following as sins. This list is given in the order of least severe infraction to most severe. 1. Failing to alert the authorities of a crime. 2. Treating a peer with disrespect. 3. Placing personal desire above adherence to the law. 4. Breaking your word to your peer or ally. 5.

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