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Lizardfolk had no interest in money or jewels. They also did not much value accumulating knowledge if it was not practically useful. They largely valued things based on whether or not it was good to eat. If it was, it quickly got their attention; if not, it was ignored.<ref name="RoF-p141"/> Lizardfolk could often become distracted at the appearance of food, even if they were in combat.<ref name="tCBoH-p42"/> They were easier to parley with after a meal, and a hungry lizardfolk was completely obstreperous.<ref name="RoF-p142"/>
 
Lizardfolk had no interest in money or jewels. They also did not much value accumulating knowledge if it was not practically useful. They largely valued things based on whether or not it was good to eat. If it was, it quickly got their attention; if not, it was ignored.<ref name="RoF-p141"/> Lizardfolk could often become distracted at the appearance of food, even if they were in combat.<ref name="tCBoH-p42"/> They were easier to parley with after a meal, and a hungry lizardfolk was completely obstreperous.<ref name="RoF-p142"/>
   
Lizardfolk could be highly dangerous when provoked.<ref name="MM3.5e-p169"/> However, they were not inherently [[evil]]; they were simply savage and had a hard time fitting in with the civilized world.<ref name="RoF-p141"/> Those that ventured into towns or cities were often alarmed, frightened, or offended by the environment.<ref name="tCBoH-p41">{{Cite book/The Complete Book of Humanoids|41}}</ref> Few tried to adapt, let alone assimilate into Faerûnian societies. Instead, they felt their part was to learn about "softskin" ways and in turn show them how "real people" lived.<ref name="RoF-p141"/><ref name="RoF-p142"/>
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Lizardfolk could be highly dangerous when provoked.<ref name="MM3.5e-p169"/> However, they were not inherently [[evil]], they were simply savage and had a hard time fitting in with the civilized world.<ref name="RoF-p141"/> Those that ventured into towns or cities were often alarmed, frightened, or offended by the environment.<ref name="tCBoH-p41">{{Cite book/The Complete Book of Humanoids|41}}</ref> Few tried to adapt, let alone assimilate into Faerûnian societies. Instead, they felt their part was to learn about "softskin" ways and in turn show them how "real people" lived.<ref name="RoF-p141"/><ref name="RoF-p142"/>
   
 
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