3E D&D - Monster Manual (2000)
Steve: Here you really see the production values showing through as the elves evolved to look exactly like the elves in the Lord of the Rings movies.
Zack: Ears slowly edging towards those giant pointed ears the Japanese always use in their games so you definitely don't mistake elves for generic animes.
Steve: In the description it mentions that they have animal guardians including giant eagles to guard their houses. That's pretty awesome.
Zack: Sounds awesome, maybe, but households with giant eagles are five times more likely to have a family member die or be seriously injured by a giant eagle.
Steve: I will use whatever size eagle it takes to protect my property.
Zack: And you're free to thanks to the giant eagle lobby's stranglehold over the elders yurt.
Steve: There was a gradual transition from like late 2E and into 3E where drow went from being creepy evil black-skinned elves to like these sexy lady elves into S&M stuff.
Zack: And going back to MMOs, the D&D evolution of dark elves spawned their appearance in just about every Korean MMO imaginable. I remember Lineage II had dark elves and it was like an underground strip club in their city.
Steve: Is that game still playable?
Steve: I mean is there a place you can download it and play it for free?
Zack: I don't know, probably. It's pretty old.
Steve: Okay, I was just wondering because Keith was asking me about it. I don't care for myself.
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