Did you know?
- Over sixty Norse gods are named in D&D canon, including Loki's wife Sigyn and Thor's sons Modi and Magni.
- At least fifty deadly swords of sharpness appear in official Dungeons & Dragons products. Most are longswords, but some are greatswords, shortswords, knives, and even axes.
- Mind flayers reproduce in a process called ceremorphosis, where an illithid tadpole enters the ear of a humanoid victim, consumes their brain and takes over their body.
- Morgan Ironwolf, who appeared as a sample character in Moldvay's D&D Basic Set (1981), is one of few people who have possessed both the Hand and Eye of Vecna.
- Odin, chief god of the Norse pantheon, is great great great grandfather to the hero Sigurd Fafnirsbane, and once slew Sigurd's father Sigmund in battle.