|“|| For untold centuries, a banished titan has lurked in the cold, forbidden dusk of the Twilight Vale — imprisoned for a crime as black as the boreal night.
With the birth of a new king comes his freedom.
The kingdom hangs in the balance as the queen's consort is forced to choose between his love for his son and the dark prophecy that says his child will unleash a cataclysmic war. But before he can choose, a thief steals both the boy and the choice away from him.
When pregnant Queen Brianna of Hartsvale is in the Gorge of the Silver Wyrm to grant a blessing to one of Earl Radborne Wynn's new silver mines, she finds her entourage under attack from a band of fire giants. Her high scout and husband Tavis Burdun and the Company of the Royal Snow Bear risk their lives defending her. During the battle, the queen begins to go into labor.
- Lanaxis • Tavis Burdun • Blizzard • Brianna Burdun • Avner • Radborne Wynn • Galgadayle • Raeyadfourne
- Referenced only: Annam All-Father • Arno and Julien • Goboka • Masud • Nicias • Othea • Ottar • Vilmos • Skoraeus Stonebones • Simon • Stronmaus • Hiatea • Surtr • Twilight Spirit • Gerta
- Bleak Palace • Hartsvale • Toril • Wyrm River • Gorge of the Silver Wyrm
- Referenced only: Clearwhirl • Hartwick • Ice Spires • Ostoria • Well of Health • Storming Gorge • Silver Citadel • Castle Hartwick • Meadowhome
- Titan • Firbolg • Fire giants
- Referenced only: Cloud giants • Ettin • Frost giants • Ice Spire ogre • Roc • Storm giants • Verbeeg • Fomorian • Snow dragon • Bear-men
- Referenced only: Lightning bolt
- Priestess • Mountain Crusher • Runearrow • Spell component pouch • Holy symbol • Potion • Firbolg language • Sling
- Referenced only: Dynast • Jarl • Khan • Paramount • Time of Troubles • Wizard • Bear Driller
- ↑ Ed Greenwood; Eric L. Boyd, Steven E. Schend (2000). Presenting...Seven Millennia of Realms Fiction. Wizards of the Coast. Retrieved on 2015-08-12.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 Troy Denning (September 1995). The Titan of Twilight. (TSR, Inc.), chap. 1. ISBN 0-7869-3798-X.
- ↑ Wizard.com Listing
- ↑ Troy Denning (September 1995). The Titan of Twilight. (TSR, Inc.), chap. 2. ISBN 0-7869-3798-X.