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Spiderfolk (Enduria's Guide)[edit]

You mentioned you did not create the Spiderfolk (Enduria's Guide) race, and that it was originally from a sourcebook called "Enduria's Guide." I have never heard of this, and Google is giving me only the spiderfolk page. Where could I find this sourcebook, and is it OGL material? — Geodude671 Chatmod.png (talk | contribs | email)‎ . . 15:57, 14 February 2018 (MST)

(Response by TEG) Sorry to confuse you, however there was no source book. The idea of a spiderfolk race originates from a different user, one who posted the original race. Enduria’s Guide is my own tag; detailing when I find good ideas and revise them. By no means are my changes ever mandatory, that’s why I do entirely different posts and mention that I’m not the creator. Again, sorry. If you’re wondering where all the world building came from, I wrote that up. Thats on me. I tried to stay close to the source material, and got within d&d 5e expectations. --TEG (talk) 18:36, 14 February 2018 (MST)

Master at Arms[edit]

Well I made a mistake and since I can’t edit IT or the conversation I’m gonna put this here. I didn’t give up on eduria’s Guide or the feat, I was thinking of a class called Monster Champion which I gave up on. Sorry for the tag thing, I’m still new to this, but I’d like acess back to the feat if at all possible

--TEG (talk) 08:14, 16 March 2018 (MDT)

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