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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.
Realms of Valor was the first anthology of short stories from the Forgotten Realms, published in 1993. It was edited by James Lowder and features stories from many contemporary authors of Forgotten Realms novels, as well as many of their characters, in adventures tied in to recent novels and Realms events, including a Ravenloft cross-over. In the Afterword, Jeff Grubb presents a short history of the development of the Forgotten Realms to that point.
Centuries ago, in the city of Menzoberranzan, the City of Spiders, the City of Drow, nestled deep in the unmerciful Underdark of Toril, a young weapon master earned a reputation far above his station or that of his poor house. The greater nobles watched him, and one matron, in particular, decided to take him as her own. She connived with rival great houses to secure her prize, but that prize was caught for her by another, who came to quite enjoy the weapon master. This was the beginning of the friendship between Zaknafein and Jarlaxle, and the coupling of Matron Malice and the weapon master who would sire Drizzt Do'Urden.
R. A. Salvatore reveals the Underdark anew through the eyes of Zaknafein and Jarlaxle—an introduction to the darkness that offers a fresh view of the opportunities to be found in the shadows and an intriguing prelude to the intriguing escapes that lie ahead in the modern-day Forgotten Realms. Here, a father and his son are reunited and embark on adventures that parallel the trials of centuries long past as the friends of old are joined by Drizzt, Hero of the North, trained by Grandmaster Kane in the ways of the monk.
But the scourge of the dangerous Lolth's ambitions remain, and demons have been foisted on the unwitting of the surface. The resulting chaos and war will prove to be the greatest challenge for all three.
A fantastic treasure trove is yours for the taking in this adventure for the world's greatest roleplaying game.
Famed explorer Volothamp Geddarm needs you to complete a simple quest. Thus begins a mad romp through the wards of Waterdeep as you uncover a villainous plot involving some of the city's most influential figures.
A grand urban caper awaits you. Pit your skill and bravado against villains the likes of which you've never faced before, and let the dragon hunt begin!
Piercers suspended themselves from cavern ceilings, waiting for prey. When they sensed motion, they would plummet to the ground and impale their victims on their stalactite-shaped forms.
The Temple Beyond Time moved in and out of the time-stream, and many years could flash by outside for mere hours spent inside. The god Labelas Enoreth provided omens to his faithful as to when it would appear.
Olive slimes hunted prey by dropping on them from above. Victims unable to free themselves found themselves transformed into a type of vegetable creature.
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