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I spent a lot of time locating and naming all of the NOBLE houses of Cormyr, and now some fool has lumped it in with all sorts of other common crap info.

Why have a section of Nobility at all? How is someone now going to find the relevant information? 08:54, 10 May 2008 (UTC)

I removed your list in this edit because articles containing large lists are generally discouraged, unless the article itself is nothing but a list, such as List of drow cities. You are correct in your concern that there is now no way of viewing noble houses according to rank or members, but your attitude leaves a lot to be desired and you would be able to accomplish a lot more with a more reasonable tone. All of the regular editors at this wiki are civilized, rational people.
There used to be an article called List of Cormyrian noble houses but it was deleted on the grounds that the category would be sufficient. It appears this is not the case, so you can either go about getting the deleted article restored so you can edit it, or create an article called something like nobility of Cormyr and flesh it out with information specifically on the nobility. If it is just a list you are interested in, the first option is the better choice. Fw190a8 16:06, 10 May 2008 (UTC)

Gleemax Reference Edit

I'm copying this from Cormyr/Reference01, as this is a better placement for it. Cronje (talkcontribs) 19:07, June 4, 2011 (UTC)

Rescued from the Gleemax forums, since Gleemax will die and in any case forum posts are ephemereal.

Post 121 in the "New Cormyr info in Dragon magazine" thread, located in the Realmslore section of the forums.

07-22-08, 04:23 AM  
Join Date: Mar 2001
Re: New Cormyr info in Dragon magazine
Originally Posted by Vulpes
I don't quite get a grasp of just what Cormyr is nowadays, and what parts of the Dragon Coast is under their "tyrannical" rule.

Yeah, that could have been clearer. Cormyr now controls all the lands of the Dragon Coast between Easting and Westgate, including the cities of Proskur, Priapurl, Elversult, and Teziir.

Cormyr has also gained a stronger presence in the west. Maloren's Rest is Cormyr's foothold in the Tunlands. Troops in Castle Aris help goods pass safely through the Farsea Swamp to points westward.

In the East, Highdale is now a protectorate under crown rule. Daerlun once welcomed the protection of Purple Dragon troops, but gained its independence from both Cormyr and Sembia about forty years past.

Brian R. James

Past Tense? Edit

Why is this article on Cormyr written in the past tense? "Cormyr was an independent..."

Is Cormyr being destroyed at some future date? Perhaps that's in the sixth edition books. -- 08:20, August 5, 2015 (UTC)

No, of course not. Writing in past tense is our standard policy to keep the wiki independent of the advancing time-line and the changing world. It saves needing to rewrite everything every time there's a change. It's a pretty universal style. — BadCatMan (talk) 09:45, August 5, 2015 (UTC)

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