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The noble houses began to vie with one another for power and influence. Click here for more details. Malkizid, the fallen solar, becomes the secret patron of the Vyshaan lords. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Orc raids from Vastar posed a constant threat, as did the reemergence of the drow of Maerimydra and the meteoric rise of Netheril. Unity seemed the only answer, but it remained an elusive goal.
This Month’s Dragon Magazine. Most older books are in scanned image format because original digital layout files never existed or were no longer available from the publisher. Finally, when the time arrived for the Claiming Ceremony, no sun elf survived the touch of the Crownblade. Persecution of high mages and powerful clerics in Vyshaantar lands begins as the sun elves seek to eliminate any threats to their power.
The next major threat to the realms of Arcorar came from belowground. These products were created by scanning an original printed edition. For example, a character who is well versed in history might be able to recall enough details to piece together part of the story with a Knowledge history check see Table This edifice became the center of the great city of Cormanthor.
One-click unsubscribe later if you don’t enjoy the newsletter. These elves, now known as drow, live underground to this day, and their hatred for other elves remains as strong as it was in those ancient times. Netheril’s green fields had not yet been swallowed by the sands of Anauroch, the old forests of the North were larger than they are today, and Jhaamdath had not yet been drowned by the high magic of Nikerymath, but many other lands looked much the same as they do today.
The Third Crown War begins. In elven communities such as Evermeet, the Fortress Home of Evereska, and the remnants of the Elven Court in Cormanthyr, the most basic lore of the Crown Wars is easily accessible in the libraries and halls of learning.
Without the Srinshee’s guidance, the court mages fragmented to pursue separate agendas. During the Year of Oaths Forsaken, Netheril neared the peak of its power, Narfell and Raumathar battled for dominance in the cold lands around Lake Ashane, Jhaamdath expanded faeerun the lands south of the Sea of Fallen Stars, and modern Calimshan was arising from the old realm of Coramshan.
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Create Content for your Favorite Games. The Second Crown War begins.
The Vyshaantar Empire annexes Illefarn. Today, surface-dwelling drow — largely worshipers of Vhaeraun and other drow deities exiled by the priestesses of Lolth — have claimed a large section of land in Cormanthyr, including a section of the Elven Court. Thus, the exodus of the elves soon created a domino effect that weakened the City of Song considerably. Elf PCs often feel a haunting sense of grief while exploring the ruins of a Crown Wars fortress, as though the very stones were imbued with deep sorrow, and even non-elf characters may feel subdued or disquieted.
He began fulfillment of this vow by opening Cormanthyr’s borders to a few select non-elf wizards, druids, and settlers. Unfortunately, the resulting quality of these books is not as high. To further compound the city’s troubles, the colonial expansion that had spawned cities such as Silverymoon began to draw many of the best and brightest mages and craft-workers away from Myth Drannor, causing a gradual stagnation of the art and magic that had always been its hallmarks.
Perhaps most significantly, the interracial respect and friendship for which Myth Drannor had been justly famous began to erode shortly after the coronal’s death.
Dark Sun Dark Sun: Finally, the flight of the red dragon Garnet over the throne of the coronal fulfilled a condition of their release, and a gnoll shaman of the Moonsea was able to summon them forth. The Sundering occurs, and Evermeet is created with elven high magic. Lolth sends the balor lord Wendonai to seduce a high Ilythiiri clan into her service.
These ebooks were created from the original electronic layout files, and therefore are fully text searchable. Ruthlessly establishing themselves as the leaders of dozens of barbaric humanoid tribes, they used a combination of magic, brute force, and sheer terror to organize the disparate tribes of orcs, goblins, ogres, bugbears, and other monsters into a single cohesive army, which the elves would later dub the Army of Darkness.
Kingdoms to Empire After the vicious fighting of the Crown Wars, the Elven Court became the first permanent settlement in the Arcorar the forest that would later become Cormanthor. Although it was never clear whether the drow had predicted or known about the Army of Darkness, they were in an excellent position to exploit the coming war for their own benefit.
For printed books, we have performed high-resolution scans of an original hardcopy of the book. The Akh Velahr was built up heavily, and its soldiers were trained to near perfection in anticipation of a civil war between the fractious power groups within the city. For the o time in Cormanthyr’s history, the succession was open to any noble or commoner. The Glory of Myth Drannor In the centuries the followed, Myth Drannor’s defenders overcame racial tensions, orc attacks, and a resurgent Cult of Moander.
Keepers of the Past A duel of the Crown Wars In elven communities such as Evermeet, the Fortress Home of Evereska, and the remnants of the Elven Court in Cormanthyr, the most basic lore of the Crown Wars is easily accessible in the libraries and halls of learning.