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==Species==
 
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===Szorp===
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'''Szorp''' are a troutlike fish found in the [[Delimbiyr]]. Usually brown in colour, thier white flesh is very tasty and is a favoured delicacy in the more opulant tavens of [[Waterdeep (city)|Waterdeep]].
 
===Knucklehead===
 
===Knucklehead===
 
The knucklehead trout is a fish unique to [[Icewind Dale]]'s three lakes. Its ivory is the only real export of the region and is in great demand from the rich over the length and breadth of [[Faerûn]]. The ivory itself isn't what is most important because in skilled hands it can be carved into magnificent sculptures.<ref name="VoloN-p149">{{Cite book/Volo's Guide to the North|149}}</ref> The craft, called [[Scrimshaw]], is widely in practice in the valleys of the region.
 
The knucklehead trout is a fish unique to [[Icewind Dale]]'s three lakes. Its ivory is the only real export of the region and is in great demand from the rich over the length and breadth of [[Faerûn]]. The ivory itself isn't what is most important because in skilled hands it can be carved into magnificent sculptures.<ref name="VoloN-p149">{{Cite book/Volo's Guide to the North|149}}</ref> The craft, called [[Scrimshaw]], is widely in practice in the valleys of the region.

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Trout.

The trout is a fish in the Forgotten Realms.

Species

Szorp

Szorp are a troutlike fish found in the Delimbiyr. Usually brown in colour, thier white flesh is very tasty and is a favoured delicacy in the more opulant tavens of Waterdeep.

Knucklehead

The knucklehead trout is a fish unique to Icewind Dale's three lakes. Its ivory is the only real export of the region and is in great demand from the rich over the length and breadth of Faerûn. The ivory itself isn't what is most important because in skilled hands it can be carved into magnificent sculptures.[1] The craft, called Scrimshaw, is widely in practice in the valleys of the region. Main exporters of the craft are:

Notable Scrimshaw Artists

Regis

Notes

  1. Ed Greenwood (1993). Volo's Guide to the North. (TSR, Inc), p. 149. ISBN 1-5607-6678-6.
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