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Lilianviaten Dlardrageth, who usually went by Lilten, was a gold elf, Beshaba's high priest and chosen,[3] a Masked Lord of Waterdeep,[4] and last prince of House Dlardrageth.[4] He resided in Waterdeep. He took a fiend (possibly a fey'ri) as a mate and she bore him a daughter named Fayne.[2]

HistoryEdit

Lilten was formerly a cleric of Erevan Ilesere, a deity of the Seldarine. At some point, he betrayed his god and began worshiping Beshaba, possibly because Ereven lost his power during the Spellplague. Around the beginning of the 15th century DR, Lilten became involved with a demoness and she produced a tiefling daughter whom they called Fayne. An eladrin named Ilira Nathalan, who happened to be Lilten's estranged wife,[4] tracked down Lilten's demon lover and killed her, permanently scarring Fayne in the process.[2]

WaterdeepEdit

In 1479 DR, Lilten became aware of a young wizard named Myrin Darkdance, who had a very powerful spellscar. He enlisted the help of his daughter Fayne and hired a dwarven monk named Rath to kidnap her. Lilten's plot was foiled by the paladin Kalen Dren, though Lilten's involvement wasn't discovered.[2]

LuskanEdit

In 1480 DR, Lilten traveled to Luskan, apparently to keep an eye on Myrin, who was in the custody of the Dead Rats gang. While in Luskan, he meddled with the abyssal Fury plague, even giving a priestess of Beshaba a scroll to summon the plague swarm.[5]

Later, Lilten directed Kalen and Myrin to the lair of the demon Scour, who was causing the plague, and the heroes destroyed the demon.[6] Lilten gave Kalen a parcel containing the shards of Vindicator, which was apparently an attempt to lure Kalen to Westgate, where Kalen's would-be apprentice Rhetegast Hawkwinter had traveled.[7]

WestgateEdit

Later, in 1480 DR, Lilten journeyed to Westgate, apparently to continue manipulating Myrin. He tricked Rhett into thinking Kalen had lost his mind and intended to kill him, turning Rhett against Kalen.[7] He also aided Fayne, who attempted to avenge her slain mother by killing Iliria.[citation needed]

AppearanceEdit

Lilten was described as a beautiful gold elf. While in Luskan, he appeared with a rack of antlers, a sign of Beshaba's favor, although it's unknown if this was his true form or just an illusion.[8]

AppendixEdit

AppearancesEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Erik Scott de Bie (September 6, 2011). Shadowbane (Kindle edition), loc. 5523. Wizards of the CoastISBN 0786958553.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 Erik Scott de Bie (April 2009). Downshadow. (Wizards of the Coast). ISBN 978-0-7869-5128-4.
  3. Erik Scott de Bie (September 6, 2011). Shadowbane (Kindle edition), loc. 3879. Wizards of the CoastISBN 0786958553.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Erik Scott de Bie (September 4, 2012). Shadowbane: Eye of Justice (Kindle edition), loc. 4638. Wizards of the Coast. ISBN B007JCC1EU.
  5. Erik Scott de Bie (September 6, 2011). Shadowbane (Kindle edition), loc. 3919. Wizards of the CoastISBN 0786958553.
  6. Erik Scott de Bie (September 6, 2011). Shadowbane (Kindle edition), loc. 5979. Wizards of the CoastISBN 0786958553.
  7. 7.0 7.1 Erik Scott de Bie (September 4, 2012). Shadowbane: Eye of Justice (Kindle edition), loc. 3389. Wizards of the Coast. ISBN B007JCC1EU.
  8. Erik Scott de Bie (September 6, 2011). Shadowbane (Kindle edition), loc. 3875. Wizards of the CoastISBN 0786958553.

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