Through his father, Imphras I, he was a descendant of a line of paladins related to the Durlarven Dynasty by marriage, through one of the sisters of King Bellodar III. His younger sister, Ilmara, was a sorceress like their mother Sambral and later became queen.
Most scholars believed that Imbrar bore the magic sword Dornavver when he went to war against the hobgoblins of the Giantspire Mountains. Others claim that he in fact gave the sword to his general, Osper Wellhaven.
Imbrar became king in 1122 DR at his father's death. His short reign ended in 1127 DR when he vanished during a military campaign against the hobgoblins of the Giantspire Mountains. His sister had observed the hobgoblins rebuilding their forces through one of the Scrying Stones, so the king had marched against them. Neither the army nor the hobgoblins were ever seen again. With grief, Ilmara took the throne after her lost brother.
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- Jeff Crook, Wil Upchurch, Eric L. Boyd (May 2005). Champions of Ruin. (Wizards of the Coast), pp. 135–140. ISBN 0-7869-3692-4.
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