Thri-kreen stalk the athasian wastes, using
every advantage they have, from their ancestors
wisdom to their own psionic powers.
Below are racial feats and utility powers suitable for thri-kreen in
your 4th edition D&D game.
This is a May of the Dead post, part of a Blog Carnival hosted by The Going Last Podcast. In this post Geneome discusses converting the AD&D 2nd edition Dead Lands Net Project to 4e.
This is a May of the Dead post, part of a a Blog Carnival hosted by The Going Last Podcast. As you may surmise the May of the Dead post has to do with undead, in this post The Wanderer, an Athasian who is famous for exploring the mysteries of the Dark Sun world tracks down Hak'Trin, rare undead thri-kreen.
This place resonates with echoes of long forgotten wars. While the names of those forgotten may never be uttered again, their deeds live on in glimpses of psychic memories.
Violent and aggressive, Tarek tribes terrorize the mountains they inhabit under the commands of their earth shamans.
Ancient tablets found in a wrecked silt skimmer herald the coming of Athasian Warforged.
Rather than give a general review of the supplement (which can be found in numerous places online), let’s go over what the Dark Sun centric player and DM would be interested and show that “Heroes of the Elemental Chaos” is worthy of being called a Dark Sun supplement even if it’s not advertised as such.
A deeper look at Celik and the Southern Estuary