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"Nagpa look like dried, withered humans with the heads of vultures.  They are very intelligent and are highly magical in nature."  (Keith Parkinson illustration from D&D module X4: Master of the Desert Nomads, written by David Cook, TSR, 1983.)
It’s probably no coincidence that this module was released the year after the film The Dark Crystal.

"Nagpa look like dried, withered humans with the heads of vultures.  They are very intelligent and are highly magical in nature."  (Keith Parkinson illustration from D&D module X4: Master of the Desert Nomads, written by David Cook, TSR, 1983.)

It’s probably no coincidence that this module was released the year after the film The Dark Crystal.

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