@TheEdVerse I was wondering if you could share any information regarding the Bellows of Milil? I know that it’s an unusually powerful pipe organ held in Arbalest’s House, in Athkatla. But knowing that Milil himself stayed there, I’d be surprised if it wasn’t slightly magical… @LeCraftator The Bellows of Milil is actually part of Arbalest’s … Read more
This tome is your guide to the Thay in D&D 5e. It sets forth the people and places of the Land of Red Wizards, what life is like, and seeds, hints, and…
adventurers who want to proudly and boldly conquer a realm or establish their own new kingdom. Lords, counts, dukes…
Rashemen is a nation known for its fierce berserkers and the wychlaran, an order of witches who govern with power and wisdom. For centuries, they defended against incursions by the Red Wizards of Thay. The lands hide broken ruins of the fallen empires of… READ MORE
For centuries, the Zhentarim have been expanding their influence throughout Faerûn. Join the most infamous organization in Faerûn, using the secrets within this book to run a campaign featuring the Zhentarim and their stronghold of Darkhold itself.
Elminster Aumar, Chosen of Mystra, invites you to explore the grandest repository of knowledge in the Forgotten Realms: Candlekeep, the Library Fortress!
Learn about the grasslands of Faerûn in Grasslands of the Realms. We’ve populated these vast areas with new and old flora, fauna, and history alike. Grasslands of the Realms…
Arctics of the Realms finds life and excitement in the desolate wastelands of Faerûn. In our travels, we’ve found new and old flora, fauna, and history to bring to you about the polar regions of the Realms. Arctics of the Realms does this through both narrative prose, written from the perspective of Amarune Whitewave (the … Read more
Deserts of the Realms explores the vast wastelands of Toril. In our travels, we’ve found new and old flora, fauna, and history to bring to you about the sand oceans of the Realms. Deserts of the Realms does this through both narrative prose, written from the perspective of Amarune Whitewave (the great, great granddaughter of … Read more
Why does Waterdeep tolerate Blue Alley over 150 years after its creation? Has the City made it safer/ harder to find (as not to needlessly harm kids and commoners)? @benmorrier The Blue Alley survives because the Watchful Order convinced Open Lord Piergeiron of its usefulness, for reasons the Open Lords since then agree with. These … Read more
(On the Citadel of the Bloody Hand) I’m a pretty frustrated to be honest. I’ve been waiting for EVER to have the area above the falling stairs mapped out and see how it connects to the castle @JasonDGraham_ Here’s a quick tease: think of an old-fashioned D&D geomorph map (filling every bit of a graph … Read more
How far north do you need to be on the Sword Coast to where it is snowy year round? We started SKT in spring but I want to use some winter terrain. Icewind Dale? Citadel Felbarr? @LouAnders It varies over the decades, but the Spine Of The World range marks the “always-snow” line at the … Read more
(the original question included a screencap of text about Jalanvaloss) hi! How does somethig like this coexist with the Dragonward over Waterdeep? This dragon was touched by the staff? @newbiedm The Dragonward (like most powerful wards/fields/guards) is a localized persistent alteration in the Weave (whereas the area of effect of a spell going off is … Read more
Cormyr, especially Waymoot & Suzail, but throughout that realm & its Dales neighbours what might be some fads/fashions among the younger human & demihuman denizens pre-time of troubles?I mean if it were Waterdeep I could assume things like the wealthy kids @jayeedgecliff I LOVE these sort of Realmslore questions. So, here are the fads and … Read more
Hey @TheEdVerse, just a quick question, as I’ve been struggling with sources in finding an answer to whether the nation of Thay is supposed to be a cold or hot country? It has, or used to have a nearby glazier, but also volcanoes and deserts. @Madhatterhim Thay has always been a volcanic country, which up … Read more