I'm not sure...I'd normally turn to you for such information.Echohawk said:Now that I compare the stat blocks in Polyhedron #129 with MC11, it does appear that way. The stat blocks are nearly the same, but there are some differences. Not significant enough to warrant a separate conversion though, so I'll drop them from the list.
Was Polyhedron #129 the first time saurials/lacerials appeared in print? And if so, I wonder why were they renamed in their subsequent appearances?
No, it isn't!Echohawk said:As a complete aside, I've just noticed that the Table of Contents for MC11 has page numbers. For a set of unnumbered loose-leaf pages. That's not very useful!
Yes, that's probably what happened. I'll index the lacerials as a variation of the saurials.Shade said:I'd hazard to guess that they were simply renamed for the Malatra/Living Jungle campaign setting. The first saurial appearance I can remember was in Curse of the Azure Bonds (good ol' Dragonbait).
I definitely have 19 somewhere in the vault, but the Acaeum's description of issue 34 doesn't ring any bells (http://www.acaeum.com/ddindexes/periodicals/polyhedron.html).Echohawk said:Garnfellow, if you could check issues #19 and #34, that would be very helpful. Other than those two (plus #87 and #100) I either have each issue, or the issue is in the post on its way to me. I know there are a few omissions in the above list, but I am updating it each time I track down another Polyhedron.
I believe it was on page 19 -- the last inside page of the module.Echohawk said:Garnfellow, please could you check on which page in issue #19 the viper vines appear? And do you know if those are the same viper vines that later appeared in Bane of Llewellyn (C5) or the Monstrous Compendium Forgotten Realms Appendix (MC11)?