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Why could the militaristically superior dwarves who are the only ones with magic weapons be isolationist?

They are fighting a different enemy. Perhaps they dug too deep, and now they have an incursion of demonic forces into their territory. Or perhaps they angered the gods by dabbling in forbidden magic. ...
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Why could the militaristically superior dwarves who are the only ones with magic weapons be isolationist?

Different vector of expansion Without the technology to build skyscrapers the surface dwelling races are bound to expand their territory horizontally if they wish to aquire new space to populate or ...
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Why could the militaristically superior dwarves who are the only ones with magic weapons be isolationist?

Their creator god doesn't allow it. Their god gave them magic, but only for peaceful purposes and self-defense. If they would use their magic weapons for offense, then their god would take their magic ...
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Why could the militaristically superior dwarves who are the only ones with magic weapons be isolationist?

In addition to being technologically advanced, they are also sociologically advanced. Advanced enough that they understand that other people have rights too. Sure, they could go and take land or ...
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