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|This article is about elements from the Baldur's Gate series of video games.|
|Video games are considered canon unless they contradict content in some other Forgotten Realms publication.|
Coran was a wandering adventurer and womanizing archer of dubious virtue.
Circa 1479 DR, Coran was a stable resident of Baldur's Gate and also a member of the Parliament of Peers. Coran even had a son, Krydle, who wanted to live an adventurer's life. He met the mysteriously resurrected Minsc.
He flirted shamelessly with any female, especially the sultry thief Safana. He also unknowingly fathered a half-elf child with a young sorceress named Brielbara in Baldur's Gate after a brief fling, enraging her husband.
Behind the ScenesEdit
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 BioWare (1998). James Ohlen, Ray Muzyka. Baldur's Gate. Black Isle Studios.
- ↑ BioWare (2000). James Ohlen, Kevin Martens. Baldur's Gate II: Shadows of Amn. Black Isle Studios.
- ↑ Jim Zub, Max Dunbar, John-Paul Bove, Neil Uyetake, John Barber. (October, 2014). Legends of Baldur's Gate. (IDW Publishing).
Ajantis Ilvastarr • Alora • Baeloth Barrityl • Branwen • Coran • Dorn Il-Khan • Dynaheir • Edwin Odesseiron • Eldoth Kron • Faldorn • Garrick • Imoen • Jaheira • Kagain • Khalid • Kivan • Minsc • Montaron • Neera • Quayle • Rasaad yn Bashir • Safana • Shar-Teel Dosan • Skie Silvershield • Tiax • Viconia DeVir • Xan • Xzar • Yeslick Orothiar
During the Bhaalspawn crisis
Aerie • Anomen Delryn • Cernd • Dorn Il-Khan • Edwin Odesseiron • Haer'Dalis • Hexxat • Imoen • Jaheira • Jan Jansen • Keldorn Firecam • Korgan Bloodaxe • Mazzy Fentan • Minsc • Nalia de'Arnise • Neera • Rasaad yn Bashir • Sarevok Anchev • Valygar Corthala • Viconia DeVir • Wilson • Yoshimo