OK, so I just finished playing TOEE for about an hour or so and I noticed 4 inconsistencies where I didn't really pay any attention to them before. Number 1...I was on the 2nd level in the 25 bugbears room in the northeast corner. A bugbear tripped my huge earth elemental. This one bothers me the most. I am going to try not to lose any sleep tonight over it, but there it is. Ain't no way any bugbear is going to trip a huge earth elemental in combat, just not going to happen. Maybe if the bugbear was a 25th level barbarian with a 30 strength as well as over 10 feet tall and had the Trip Huge Earth Elementals epic feat. This is a Troika feature so all blame must lie with them. Number 2...I ran over to the fire temple and jacked the frostbrand greatword for my paladin. I was perusing my copy of TOEE for pencil-and-paper-and-tabletop-with-people copy and found out that the frostbrand in there is supposed to be intelligent and holy for paladins. Again, Troika bones us. Number 3...A word of advice rather than an inconsistency. Never run to do battle with a carrion crawler. If you are right next to them and they attack you, it takes them 20 minutes to follow through with their sequence of 11 paralyzing tentacle attacks. I understand that catepillars are not the quickest creatures in the world, but just for the game, Troika could have suspended that dynamic in favor of ease of play. Number 4...When you kill the priests of the fire temple, Allrem and Antonio, you get Antonio's Mace, a quest item if you want to go that way. I have never done those quests because they irritate me. However, when you take it back to the smith in Hommlet and sell it, it goes for 492gp, 4sp, 5cp. Now, you know as well as I that +1 weapons go for peanuts, like about 26 gold or so. This leads me to believe that Antonio's Mace is extra special, probably a +2 and maybe an extra special clericy type thing or something. You cannot identify it as it says it's already been identified. Do you get it for finishing the quest and then it's able to be identified or something? Either way, you should be able to identify something that is worth 5 Franklins, in my meager, humble opinion. That's it. Nothing too disturbing, except the elemental thing. I may have to start a grass roots movement, create a petition and send it to Wizards Of The Coast after I get 4 million signatures, petitioning them to change the AD&D rules to reflect that at no time may any kobold, goblin, hobgoblin, orc, bugbear, troll or most everything else in their repetoire be able to trip a huge earth elemental that is standing firmly on it's own element.