Accommodating resistance

Do you recognize your preferred style of dealing with conflict here?

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Physical Description: Drow are similar in stature to humans, but share the slender build and features of elves, including the distinctive long, pointed ears.

Their eyes lack pupils and are usually solid white or red.

Some equipment uses a series of cables to pull up different amounts of weight bars stacked on top of each other.

Other equipment uses hydraulic resistance — air pressure — to provide the resistance that your muscles will move against.

Many experts have studied the ways in which people respond to conflict.

One tool that’s been developed is the Thomas-Killman Instrument (TKI).

It identifies five different styles, or tactics, that people commonly use when faced with a conflict: accommodating, collaborating, compromising, avoiding, and competing.

Each of the five styles comes with its own set of advantages and disadvantages.

Cruel and cunning, drow are a dark reflection of the elven race.

Also called dark elves, they dwell deep underground in elaborate cities shaped from the rock of cyclopean caverns.

Drow seldom make themselves known to surface folk, preferring to remain legends while advancing their sinister agendas through proxies and agents.