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  • And arrayed against them, the terrible forces of the Endarkened and their slaves: the Darkmages, the duergar and goblins and trolls, protected from the sunlight fatal to their kind by the magic of the Endarkened-a protection that might be withdrawn at any moment, should the Endarkened need their power for other things.

    Tran Siberian

  • Some you wouldn't want to meet, like duergar and goblins and trolls, though I don't think any of them have stayed around here.

    Tran Siberian

  • Suddenly he remembered something Idalia had said to him a long time ago: "... duergar and goblins and trolls ... pushed out of the settled lands by the Great War, and even after all this time, I don't think they'd be foolish enough to come back ..."

    The Outstretched Shadow

  • And arrayed against them, the terrible forces of the Endarkened and their slaves: the Darkmages, the duergar and goblins and trolls, protected from the sunlight fatal to their kind by the magic of the Endarkened — a protection that might be withdrawn at any moment, should the Endarkened need their power for other things.

    The Outstretched Shadow

  • Some you wouldn't want to meet, like duergar and goblins and trolls, though I don't think any of them have stayed around here.

    The Outstretched Shadow

  • Neither can we be surprised that the duergar, ascribed by many persons to this source, should exhibit a darker and more malignant character than the elves that revel by moonlight in more southern climates.

    Letters on Demonology and Witchcraft

  • Such possession of supernatural wisdom is still imputed by the natives of the Orkney and Zetland Islands to the people called Drows, being a corruption of duergar or dwarfs, and who may, in most other respects, be identified with the Caledonian fairies.

    Letters on Demonology and Witchcraft

  • Dr. Leyden, who exhausted on this subject, as upon most others, a profusion of learning, found the first idea of the elfin people in the Northern opinions concerning the duergar, or dwarfs.

    Letters on Demonology and Witchcraft

  • In fact, there seems reason to conclude that these duergar were originally nothing else than the diminutive natives of the Lappish,

    Letters on Demonology and Witchcraft

  • Neither can we be surprised that the duergar, ascribed by many persons to this source, should exhibit a darker and more malignant character than the elves that revel by moonlight in more southern climates.

    Letters on Demonology and Witchcraft

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