drow lizard mounts?

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what type lizard is this:

& where can i find it's info?
Even though it is the wrong color, my best guess would be the footpad lizard.  You can find it under Giant Lizards in Drow of the Underdark.
thanks you much
is that 3.5?
Yes, its was first a 3.0 book, but they revised it specifically for the 3.5 rules set.
how do i tell between the 3.0 book and the 3.5 book?
So far as I can tell, under the credits portion of the book, towards the bottom of the page, it'll say that the book was updated using material from the 3.5 version revision.  3.0 books don't have that.  But then again all of my books are PDFs, and they say on the icon if they are 3.5 or not.
ok thanks you.
all the other 3.5 books i have have a different cover to them as compared to their 3.0 version. thought maybe this one did as well. Cool
Does that Drow of the Underdark give any alternet options for making drow as characters by chance? I'm trying to decide what elf race to be.

I'm gonna rip your head off and make it my puppet! (NWN 2)

Does that Drow of the Underdark give any alternet options for making drow as characters by chance? I'm trying to decide what elf race to be.



Not entirely sure what you're asking there, but they do have alternate class features for drow, things only they can get that changes the flavor of the classes.  Also, more drow only feats, and spells, and equipment, etc.
Excellent! That's what I was wondering. Thank you!

I'm gonna rip your head off and make it my puppet! (NWN 2)

How do the Drow, or anyone for that matter, ride a lizard when it runs? The thing is constantly moving left & right. Wouldn't the rider get wiplash? lol.

I'm gonna rip your head off and make it my puppet! (NWN 2)

How do the Drow, or anyone for that matter, ride a lizard when it runs? The thing is constantly moving left & right. Wouldn't the rider get wiplash? lol.

Well, other mounts constantly move up and down and riders seem to compensate for it, so maybe riding a lizard mount just helps you keep your hips and abdominals in shape.

I'm just speculating, though.  My actual experience with riding giant lizards is minimal.

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Well, other mounts constantly move up and down and riders seem to compensate for it, so maybe riding a lizard mount just helps you keep your hips and abdominals in shape.



True but the lizard is more back and forth rather than the up and down of a horse.

I'm just speculating, though.  My actual experience with riding giant lizards is minimal.


LOL.

I'm gonna rip your head off and make it my puppet! (NWN 2)

Well, other mounts constantly move up and down and riders seem to compensate for it, so maybe riding a lizard mount just helps you keep your hips and abdominals in shape.

True but the lizard is more back and forth rather than the up and down of a horse.

No, that's what I meant; you'd have to compensate for the motion in a different way, possibly by shifting your hips and/or bending your body.

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Zauber's Mutable Rod: This rod has a number of useful functions that make it easier to live in the wilderness. It is made of polished wood, with five studlike buttons on one end. Each button produces a different effect when pressed. Unless otherwise noted, the rod’s functions have no limit on the number of times they can be employed. When button 1 is pressed, one end of the rod produces a small flame, equivalent to a candle. When button 2 is pressed, the rod unfolds into a two-person tent, complete with bedrolls and warm blankets. When button 3 is pressed, the rod becomes a one-handed hammer, suitable for pounding pitons into a wall. When button 4 is pressed, the rod becomes a sturdy iron spade. When button 5 is pressed, the rod becomes a wooden bucket able to hold 2 gallons of liquid. Once per day, it can be commanded to fill with fresh water. If the rod is seriously damaged or broken in any of its alternate forms (button 2, 3, 4, or 5), it reverts to its basic rod form and cannot be activated for 24 hours. Moderate conjuration; CL 9th; Craft Rod, minor creation; Price 375 gp; Weight 2 lb.