Category: Dungeons Dragons

Ascendancy of the Last (Forgotten Realms: The Lady Penitent, by Lisa Smedman

By Lisa Smedman

Is it the top for the woman Penitent? Is it the top for Lolth?

Lolth has pop out of hibernation with a plan which can appear too formidable even for her, and to tug it off she'll want the aid of a drow who's betrayed her once or more already--a drow she's remodeled into the demonic woman Penitent. The surprising end to a trilogy that would switch the Forgotten Realms global eternally.

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Death of the Dragon (Forgotten Realms: The Cormyr Saga, Book by Ed Greenwood, Troy Denning

By Ed Greenwood, Troy Denning

Azoun IV, within the twilight of his years, remains to be a shining hero to such a lot of his matters, and to all however the eldest, the single king they've ever recognized. He's led them capably out of darkish doom before.

Yet Cormyr hasn't ever confronted such a lot of powerful and mysterious foes right away. Demonic ghazneths, historic curses, bizarre bushes of foul magic, goblins and their kinfolk at the upward push within the northern wilderlands, a blight upon the land, rebellious mutterings, loss of life conflict wizards...and a dragon the likes of which no residing eyes on Faerun have ever seen.

The pink Throne doesn't appear so unassailable now. it might good shatter below the load of a big dragon--or the secrets and techniques and follies of the final of the Obarskyrs.

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Windwalker (Forgotten Realms: Starlight and Shadows, Book 3) by Elaine Cunningham

By Elaine Cunningham

Crossing the broad geographical regions of Faerûn looking for experience, the darkish elf princess Liriel Baenre and her spouse Fyodor locate themselves within the barbarian’s place of origin of Rashemen. In a land governed through witches, Liriel needs to conceal herself lest she spark the people’s hatred of darkish elves.

Yet from the deep tunnels of the Underdark, glittering eyes and a brain twisted by means of malice are gazing her each circulation, getting ready for vengeance.

The liberate of Windwalker brings to an in depth a sequence first began by means of New York Times bestselling writer Elaine Cunningham greater than 8 years in the past. Following the recovers of Daughter of the Drow and Tangled Webs, the 1st titles within the sequence, this all-new novel beneficial properties conceal artwork by means of award-winning delusion artist Todd Lockwood and is the 1st hardcover liberate from Cunningham in 5 years.

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Reverse Dungeon (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons AD&D) by John D. Rateliff, Bruce R. Cordell

By John D. Rateliff, Bruce R. Cordell

Opposite Dungeon bargains gamers a brand new approach to adventure the Dungeons & Dragons(r) online game, reversing conventional roles in a manner that might thrill D&D(r) fanatics. Crawling via dungeons and fighting strong monsters are on the middle of the D&D event. gamers and Dungeon Masters alike love monsters, and opposite Dungeon lets them really play those monsters, rationale on protecting their lairs from pesky adventurers out to thieve their treasure. This designated concentration creates an entire new measurement in D&D gaming. And opposite Dungeon encompasses a pregenerated event that Dungeon Masters can use instantly to provide their gamers a brand-new D&D event.

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The Quintessential Cleric II: Advanced Tactics (Dungeons & by Ian Sturrock, Anne Stokes

By Ian Sturrock, Anne Stokes

Increasing the indispensable II complicated strategies sequence to the Cleric personality classification, the critical Cleric II neither replaces the unique integral Cleric, neither is the previous publication required. as a substitute, it varieties a veritable toolbox for avid gamers of Cleric characters, increasing their ideas additional than any sourcebook has but taken them. From new profession paths to complicated strategies designed to allow avid gamers to play a greater Cleric, the indispensable Cleric II: complicated strategies is the basic analyzing when you like to use their wits instead of their swords.

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Sword Play (Forgotten Realms: Netheril Trilogy, Book 1) by Clayton Emery

By Clayton Emery

Hundreds of thousands of years ahead of the Age of Elminster, dragons rule the skies of Faerûn, and elves dominate the large forests that hide the land. in simple terms within the amazing, magical empire of Netheril are males a strength to be reckoned with.Bored and haughty in his midair fort, the Netherese mage Candlemas bets fellow wizard Sysquemalyn sure barbarian who has stuck his eye can continue to exist the main savage checks his good friend -- and lethal rival -- can devise. the single rule: The exams needs to provide the topic a few probability to outlive, notwithstanding slight.Of path, "playing fair" is an idea as alien to the wizards of Netheril as "mercy."But the topic in their bet, Sunbright Steelshanks of the Rengarth Tribe, has a brain -- and a will -- of his personal. And Candlemas and Sysquemalyn aren't the single gamers during this deadly online game of swords and sorcery . . .

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The Wyvern's Spur (Forgotten Realms: The Finders Stone by Jeff Grubb, Kate Novak

By Jeff Grubb, Kate Novak

High myth doesn't recover than this--revisit the vintage Forgotten geographical regions during this second publication of the Finder's Stone Trilogy by way of veteran authors Kate Novak and Jeff Grubb.

More than a hunk of junk, the Wyvern's Spur has moldered in a crypt for fifteen generations previously. The Wyvernspur family's robust heirloom has been stolen, and grand wizard and patriarch Drone Wyvernspur is the 1st to fall to the traditional item's curse. The relatives idiot, Giogi, is left to discover it, yet even recuperating the spur can't warrantly his clan's safeguard. thankfully, the recognized halfling bard Olive Ruskettle and a mysterious and proficient mage named Cat are made up our minds to assist. but if betrayal and appeal threaten Giogi's development, he needs to invoke the spur's amazing could . . . or develop into its subsequent sufferer!

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Anauroch: The Empire of Shade (Dungeons & Dragons d20 3.5 by Greg A. Vaughan

By Greg A. Vaughan

Anauroch: The Empire of color is the ultimate a part of a three-part sequence of 160-page hardcover super-adventures set within the Forgotten geographical regions crusade environment. it will probably even be simply performed as a stand-alone high-level experience. as well as encounters, this booklet includes distinct resource fabric at the land of Anauroch, domestic of historic Netherese ruins and the Empire of colour.

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The Gilded Rune (Forgotten Realms) by Lisa Smedman

By Lisa Smedman

An endemic has ravaged the inhabitants of gold dwarves of the good Rift. It begins slowly, however the development is devastating. One dwarf has eyes that experience turn into challenging and glassy like marbles; a moment dwarf has dermis that flakes off in sharp, hardened scales; the skeleton of a 3rd is petrified and fused in position; a fourth wastes away with blood that has grew to become darkish and muddy.

Clerical magic doesn't aid. Neither do natural treatments, nor spells intended to wreck curses. And in all situations, dying is often the same--the middle blackens, hardens, and finally stops beating, killing every one sufferer with a middle assault and turning the our bodies to stone.

It's known as the Stoneplague. It's terrifying. And it's spreading.

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