Are there any descriptions of Deep Gnome (Svirfneblin) homes?
I am making some research notes for how my magnificent mansion might look, and have searched for descriptions of a Deep Gnome home, but haven’t managed to find any.
Ideally I would like a wizard tower or upper class home, but really any house or architecture of any type would be useful. A picture would be very helpful too.
I only really have 5e sourcebooks, but have read the Blindgenstone section of Out of the Abyss, and it is very sparse on physical descriptions of the entire are, there is even a residential area but the only useful information is that deep gnome hovels have no doors. There is also a grand hall that has no description whatsoever!
I am happy for answers from any edition, including literature, video games and any other official source. If setting matters I would say Forgotten Realms, but I don’t know if it matters or not as I haven’t found any information about deep gnomes at all in what little of other settings I have read. I would probably be interested in anything, though Eberron is likely less useful.
If there are no home descriptions, general architecture would be a close second best.
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i actually dont know how to ask this question but i’ll try my best
This is my query for
recipe_ID=2040 and Order_ID=2063
SELECT Orders.Order_ID, Stock.ID, Stock.Ingredient_Name AS [Malzeme Adı], SUM(Ingredients.Recipe_Ingredient_Gr) AS [Toplam Gram], SUM(Ingredients.Recipe_Ingredient_Piece) AS [Toplam Adet], SUM(Orders.Range_Piece * Stock.Unit_Price * Ingredients.Recipe_Ingredient_Gr) AS [Toplam Fiyat (gr)], SUM(Orders.Range_Piece * Stock.Unit_Price * Ingredients.Recipe_Ingredient_Piece) AS [Toplam Fiyat (adet)] FROM Orders INNER JOIN Dates ON Orders.Order_ID = Dates.Order_ID INNER JOIN Recipes ON 2040 = Recipes.Recipes_ID INNER JOIN Ingredients ON Recipes.Recipes_ID = Ingredients.Recipe_ID INNER JOIN Stock ON Ingredients.Stock_ID = Stock.ID WHERE(Orders.Order_ID = 2063) GROUP BY Orders.Order_ID, Stock.ID, Stock.Ingredient_Name
This is the result.
Order_ID ID Malzeme Adı Toplam Gram Toplam Adet Toplam Fiyat (gr) Toplam Fiyat (adet) 2063 1102 Domates 0 150 0 0,9 2063 1103 Dere Otu 150 0 0,45 0
but in order_ID 2063 i dont have just 1 ID infact i have up to 4 recipe_ID (which can be null)
i need to improve this query so it can look these 4 recipe_ID like ID1,ID2,ID3,ID4 from the dates table if they null skip it if they not look for their recipe ıd and put that in result
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As a DM i would like to put spell scrolls (magical or otherwise) on exotic surfaces &/or locations. Are there any hard / R.A.W. limits on this? Both scribing & enchantment are expensive in cost and time – obviously complex – yet with minimal description of how this all looks in the end.
Somewhere in the rules (cannot find it now) it was suggested that non-magical / written spells could in or on many places – is this also the case with magical spell scrolls?
Notes: Brief research on paper suggests pressed-wood, skin-leather, cloth-cottons, hemp-grasses &/or papyrus-reeds and more – even inside glass. One assumes fairies or giants write stuff as well. Possibilities abound and seem endless.
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The elements are inserted in the following order : 50,45,12,15,60,55,70,65,80.
Following the left-root-right pattern: 70,60,80,45,15,50,55,12,65
Im not sure I got it right from the tree I just drew, would appreciate any help