As of today I have bureaucratic rights and admin status, I hope I can help transform this wiki from a plane of the undead into something more lively.Read more >
not many people are active here anymore and if you haven't noticed the current owner of this wiki hasn't been active since 2005. I am not great with html and therefore cannot create templates however, I am very active here and very dedicated. My plan for this wiki is to remove all spoiler content so that new players to the game can use this wiki as a resource without ruining campaign plot twists. I also am implementing a large amount of 4th edtion information.
My final change to this wiki would be to add a stats category where necessary to reference NPC/Mob stats and what page they can be found on. Of course to keep with the tradition of this wiki, no more information other than the mobs name and page number will be included as this w…Read more >
I am a long time player of D&D from the early 1980s and a huge fan of the Eberron Campaign Setting. I travel every week from Chicago to Los Angeles and spend my time reading Eberron and Drizzt novels most of the time.Read more >
So, being brand new to running Eberron and with a weekly game to run, I've been reading a lot of the backstory to the setting. I've been giving some thought to the Great Dragons and what they are in the setting. My take is that the three dragons correspond to the universe's Id (Khyber), Ego (Eberron), and Superego (Siberys).
Riffing off the suggestion in the fourth edition books that the Elemental Chaos (Chaos of Khyber) reflects the raw feral physicality of the world, whereas the Astral Sea (Sea of Siberys) reflects the more refined, ethical, conceptual aspects of the world. It's nice to be able to deconstruct the whole Khyber=bad, Siberys=good thing and have it be more about primal animal needs versus philosophical conflicts. It's also ni…Read more >