Em: Hmm, well, since I'm not myself a white elf, I'll turn this over to Feodor (though it's been addressed in Ask an Elf before, I think.)<P>Feodor: Actually, I'm not sure it has. Has it? I thogut it was just something you were discussing with Kern.<P>Em: You may be right... I dunno. Anyway, answer.<P>Feodor: First and foremost, TBE is not a D&D comic. There are no such thing as drow. There's a subterranean city somewhere (I've never been to it mysef), but those elves are just like the rest of it, if a bit paler. There's no such thing as "white" elves, either. We elves class ourselved by nationality, not skin color. I'm a Russian elf. Sure, so I've got Caucasian skin, that doesn't make me white. After all, my skin is peachy, my eyes are brown, my hair is blonde. How is any of that white? Feh. And not all elves and fairies have pale skin. Hirschel's is olive. Kiprilla's fairy, Pingault, has dark skin. And those're just two. So I can't answer your question because there are no "white" or "drow" elves. We're simply elves, just like you humans are simply humans, with a variety of skin tones and nationalities. I hate it when people get all gung-ho about D&D and other fantasy junk. I'm not living in a fantasy world.