High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles The githyanki are a
fictional humanoid race in the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing
game. They are cousins to the githzerai. In the Dark Sun setting,
they are simply called gith. Githyanki appeared in, and on the
cover of, the 1981 edition of the Fiend Folio. The githyanki were
introduced by Charles Stross in his Advanced Dungeons & Dragons
campaign. Stross borrowed from a fictional race created by George
R. R. Martin in his 1977 science fiction novel Dying of the Light.
George R. R. Martin himself was not aware that the name had been
borrowed until the 2000s. The githyanki/ illithid relationship was
inspired by Larry Niven's World of Ptavvs. relationship was
inspired by Larry Niven's World of Ptavvs. The Githyanki have
appeared in all editions of the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy
role-playing game since Advanced Dungeons & Dragons. They were
also featured in the official campaign for the licensed Neverwinter
Nights 2 computer game and in Baldur's Gate II.
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