Once just a throw-away iconic character from the Players Handbook, Mialee gained power in the Elven community through a combination of hard work, making appearances in every 3.5 supplement possible, and championing out and out racism through underground …
Hermey the Heretic Dentist
Once an Elf in training under Santa Claus, Hermey (who doesn't like to make toys) left his work in the Corpulent One's sweatshop of moral corruption to pursue a life as a humble dentist.
However, one day, while performing a root canal on a patient, he …
Christopher Kringle, more commonly known as Santa Claus, was once a human saint reigning from I think maybe France. Or maybe it was Germany. What the hell sort of last name is Kringle, anyway? I would almost guess he was part gnome based on that name, but …
Originally a character... er, a citizen from the Endless Expanse of Faeruns, Drizzt became very popular due to the fact that his character archetype broke a lot of molds at the time. Since then, he has been recreated so often and reintroduced to so many …
The ruler of the Lothlorien, granddaughter of King Finwë, wife of Lord Celeborn, leader of the rebellion of Noldar during their flight from Valinor, and all sorts of other goofy, vowel-laden elven nonsense.
After garnering a sum of popularity due to a …
The Goddess of the Drow, sometimes called Lloth, is probably the coolest of the Drow gods, and is proud to point out that she's the one that immediately comes to mind when you think of Drow (In your FACE, Eilistraee!).
Lolth was more than happy to join …
Originally a former waitress from "The Two Windmills":http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Two_Windmills, it is unknown exactly how or why Amelie appeared in the Blanded Plains of Greyhawk.
Since arriving, her sprite-like behaviors and tendency towards …