"It's just a rumor. Besides that, I doubt the rumors hold much water. Apparently, 'Polybius' was played using machine with some sort of glass screen in a sort of cabinet with light projected onto the screen from within. And it required coins to play, which would have to be inserted into the machine." He thought about the question. "How many sentient undead? Probably dozens. It can be hard to tell if they don't speak to you, and most undead tend to attack first and speak later, if at all. That said, I have spoken with several vampires, over a dozen ghosts, and a couple of liches. Does that answer your question?" @bloonewb
Kali slowly began to walk away from Ardasa, but she couldn't resist giving her a bit of assurance as she left the room. "I know it sounds harsh. Try to remember that the gods reveal the future for a reason. If you didn't know what might happen, things would end up much worse. You might have been happier not knowing, but all that would do is defer your grief, not avoid it, and whatever would come to pass would cause you far more pain than what will happen if you act in accordance with what you just saw. If it helps, what you saw may have saved your children's lives, as you know that there is danger on the distant horizon. Knowing that a threat exists that far ahead of time and having the chance to prevent a tragedy which could come from it is a privilege few queens, few kobolds, and few mothers ever get to have." With that, she slipped out of the room into the nearby hall, but she didn't go very far just yet.