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Procampur, formerly known as Proeskampalar, was a city-state in the Vast, lying on the north coast of the Sea of Fallen Stars and the eastern shore of the Dragon Reach, situated at the western end of the North Road after Maerstar, and on the High Trail from High Haspur.

It was an old and established city, originally settled by dwarves from Earthfast and human refugees from Jhaamdath in the Year of the Starry Shroud, −153 DR. In its time, it prospered off trade with Westgate, was conquered by Impiltur, was nearly attacked by Cormyr, and suffered plague and dragon raids, but also warred against pirates, orcs, and hobgoblins, and Mulmaster and Sembia. It grew into a proud, enduring, and wary city, with a long heritage.

Procampur was an independent city-state, ruled by the Thultyrl, who was advised by the Hamayarch. It had a mutual defense pact with neighbouring Tsurlagol, and friendly relations with many neighbouring states. It was also the richest city on the north coast of the Inner Sea and in the Vast, famed for its jewelers and metal-smiths. The city was home to the very first Thayan enclave, the greatest temple of Oghma in the Domes of Reason, produced the great eastern explorer Vilhiard, and played host to Koja of Khazari. Procampur's most unusual feature was the districts that divided the city by function and occupation, each with their own distinct roof color. These divided the people too, giving them a rigid social structure, but they were proud, well mannered, and orderly.

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Realms of the Dead was an anthology of short stories from the Forgotten Realms, and the last published anthology of original tales to date. It accompanied the The Haunted Lands trilogy by Richard Lee Byers, and had stories spanning both sides of the setting-changing Spellplague. It was published in January 2010 and edited by Susan J. Morris.
Not even the mightiest mage, working spells that remain utterly reliable, can hope to prevail against dozens of tireless, ruthless UNDEAD who suffer no pain and can be distracted by nothing.

Every creature on Faerûn has its dark mirror in the undead—from the ghosts of ancient warriors to the rune-scribed skeletons of dragons. And in a world with as rich and bloody a history as the Forgotten Realms, they are legion—outshining the living in variety and number.

Here are a dozen of the most terrifying tales of the haunted Realms.


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Neverwinter Nights: Enhanced Edition is a remastered version of the classic computer game Neverwinter Nights from 2002, as well as its expansions Shadows of Undrentide and Hordes of the Underdark, as well as other premium modules set in the Forgotten Realms.

It applies numerous technological improvements, such as updated graphics and multiplayer support; new tools for custom module creation; and countless patches.

Return to the Forgotten Realms in this bestselling Dungeons & Dragons roleplaying game. Combines all the content of Neverwinter Nights Diamond Edition with all-new enhanced features. Includes 100+ hours of award-winning adventures and the tools to create your own!
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Dragon+ 16 was released on October 31st, 2017.

This issue gives interviews with Realms writers Ed Greenwood, R.A. Salvatore, Erin M. Evans, and Richard Baker, and with the developers of Idle Champions of the Forgotten Realms.

It also gives more support to Tomb of Annihilation, with extra maps to various locations in Chult and the second part of the story "Qawasha & Kupalué".

Today in the Realms...

...it is 23 Uktar, or the 23rd of the Rotting.   

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