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Lost Empires of Faerûn adds to this rich tapestry of deeds and machinations by returning to present-day Faerûn some of the lore and magic of the civilizations. Forgotten Realms - D&D - Power of Faerun. 1st Edition D&D Forgotten Realms - Wizards and Rogues of the Realms. TSR - Forgotten Realms Campaign caite.info Unapproachable caite.info - The Forgotten Realms · Forgotten Realms ~ Waterdeep ~ City of - caite.info · Player's Guide to Faerûn - The Forgotten .
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Product Reviews. Newsletter RSS Feed. For players, this book contains new options for characters wishing to delve into ancient ruins, including new feats, prestige classes, magic, and equipment.
For Dungeon Masters, this book contains new material associated with ruins, including rules for how to build and sustain a ruin-based campaign, more than a dozen detailed adventure sites with maps, and new monsters and artifacts.
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Read more. Product details Hardcover: Wizards of the Coast February 1, Language: English ISBN Tell the Publisher! I'd like to read this book on Kindle Don't have a Kindle? Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Hardcover Verified Purchase. I greatly looked forward to this book and was not disappointed. The Forgotten Realms is extremely rich in history that has been developed over the long years of its publication and this is truly a comprehensive source of that.
The authors have touched on just about every area I can think of and they have done it well. The book is divided into several sections, each dealing with a different geographic or cultural area. For instance, one section deals with the crown wars wars between elves almost exclusively and the elven nations involved which covers a large area of Faerun while another area covers the North and includes detail on several elven realms that had little part in the crown wars.
They have timelines for each section of the book. Ancient Secrets , on pages 6—35, details prestige classes , feats, and spells common for characters that keep alive the ancient secrets and traditions of the past. Chapter 2: Dreams of the Past , on pages 36—50, examines how the ancient past plays a role in the modern Realms.
Chapter 3: The Crown Wars , on pages 51—59, described the elven realms of the Crown Wars, which were waged upon each other and resulted in the descent of the drow and the establishment of Evereska and Evermeet.
Chapter 4: Chapter 5: Realms of the High Forest , on pages 83—94, describes the kingdoms of Eaerlann , Siluvanede, Sharrven, and the surrounding states. Chapter 6: Chapter 7: The Imperial South , on pages , examines Coramshan and Jhaamdath. Chapter 8: The Dream of Cormanthyr , on pages , described the fabled realm of Myth Drannor.
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