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Ogres are hideous giants that reside in dark caves filled with
fur. It is known that ogres reside in the Flathead Mountains, and
it is also known that some ogres are acutely allergic to ragweed.
The Old Lingolf House is a monument near the Lonely Mountain and
Orcs Once a fearsome race of warriors, the Orcs were civilized
by their fondness for magically-created computerized adventure
games. Although a small segment (the Hi-Res Orcs) enjoy graphic
adventures, the vast majority (the Orcs of
Zork) prefer interactive fiction.
Orkan of Thriff was a mage with a large bear-like appearance. He
was the Guildmaster of Thriff's enchanters for several years in
the tenth century GUE, and he was responsible for the frequent
moving of the village of Thriff in order to find a more benevolent climate for his terrible hayfever. He accomplished this feat
by gating Thriff to another location via the
Ethereal Plane of Atrii.
This is only one example of his pride in himself and his
disdain for the commoners.
Orkan kept a diary which tells of his departure for the Final
His diary records his hope that Y'Gael was
wrong in her belief that the Age of Magic was ending. Eyewitnesses of the Conclave report that Orkan was very skeptical of
Y'Gael's plan to store their knowledge in the
Coconut of Quendor,
due to the difficulties involved in actually locating the Coconut.
It is of slight interest to note that Orkan only used spellbooks bound in Cheveaux Mithican leather.
Otto Please see the entry under "Toads."
Ozmar was a renown historian who wrote a history of magic in 821
GUE. Ozmar's words would be used a century later, in 927 GUE, by
in his "A Brief History of Magic." For more
information, please see Appendix D on magic.
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