- n. Plural form of gnome.
“Since the opinion of lawn gnomes is known to be worthless, you hereby lose whatever it was you were arguing about. conservative guy says:”
“In mediæval literature, these earth-spirits are often called gnomes, while the water-spirits are spoken of as ûndinés, the air-spirits as sylphs, and the ether-spirits as salamanders.”
“So instead of putting in gnomes (a race that honestly isn’t played that much since many people couldn’t get their Tolkien-shaped brains around them), they made a natural split in the elves in the PHB; magic elves and wood elves.”
“I thought how I’d have fixed this story – one of the gnomes is screaming blue murder and wanting to send a message to the humans.”
“All of the gnomes will be able to hear the answers of the gnomes behind them, but they will not know if they were led off to forced labor or if they answered correctly and were set free.”
“He made the stature of this new race, known as gnomes, as small as their goals.”
“The gnomes were a skinny people with brown skin and pale white hair, highly nervous and hot-tempered.”
“Some of the new little creatures were ugly and dark and deformed; these the gods called gnomes or dwarfs, and to them they gave homes underground, with power over all that was hidden in the earth.”
“We may admit that the gnomes are a less happy invention than the sylphs, and that their introduction lets the poem down from its level of magic illusion.”
“They might have been called gnomes, since they worked in the chasms of those purple and chaotic hills.”
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