23 items City of Splendors: Waterdeep · Forgotten Realms () · Laeral’s Crowning Touch · Necromancy, yes no yes no yes, City of Splendors: Waterdeep. City of Splendors: Waterdeep is a sourcebook for the Forgotten Realms campaign setting using the edition of the Dungeons& Dragons ruleset. It details the. Product Blurb: The first in-depth look at Waterdeep, the shining jewel of the Forgotten Realms setting, in many years. City of Splendors: Waterdeep offers an .
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Although the City of Splendors does not formally claim any territory outside its walls, the Lords of Waterdeep have always kept a close watch over the region stretching from the Mere of Dead Men to the mouth of the River Delimbiyr, and from the Sea of Swords to the Dessarin Vale.
In addition to the human-dominated city, this region includes dwarfholds in the Forlorn Hills and the Swords Mountains, the moon elven lands in and around Ardeep Forest, and the lower Delimbiyr and Dessarin valleys. So download this web enhancement and let your player characters explore the lands around the great city of Waterdeep!
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At various points in history, the Realm of the Deepening Moon was a vassal of the elven empires of Aryvandaar, Shantel Othreier, and Illefarn. Circa -1, DR, Illefarn fragmented into three realms: Ardeep, Iliyanbruen, and Rilithar. splendorrs
At its height, Ardeep encompassed the lands between the Sword Cuty and the lower Delimbiyr Vale. The rulers of Ardeep were known as laranlors masculine and laranlas feminineelven terms meaning regal lord and regal lady, respectively, and used to denote the king or queen of an elven vassal realm or minor kingdom. Shortly thereafter, in the Year of Promise DRshe descended into madness and death, consumed by the silver fire of Mystra. Ruardh ruled as the elf king of Phalorm until the Year coty Melding DRwhen he fell against a horde of hobgoblins at the Battle of Blunted Fangs, near the site of present-day Dragonspear Castle.
His successor, King Ellatharion, ruled until the Year of the Immured Imp DRwhen he vanished along with a contingent of elves and halflings last seen pursuing an orc horde into the High Forest. The last elf king of Phalorm and hence ArdeepLathlaeril “Leafspear,” died in the Year of the Jester’s Smile DR at the Battle of Firetears, which was fought south of modern-day Triboar against the orcs of the illithid-led Everhorde.
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The elven realm of Ardeep was refounded in the Year of the Curse DRwhen the area was resettled by moon elves from Eaerlann who had fled the demons erupting from Ascalhorn. The Alliance of Illefarn spleneors briefly reborn as well, but the Eaerlanni elves quickly withdrew because of rising anti-human sentiment.
The moon elves dwelt in quiet fellowship beneath the boughs until the Year of the Moonfall DRwhen the last of the moon elves heeded the call of the Retreat and departed for Evermeet. Boyd has been a fan of the Forgotten Realms product icty since the first time Elminster graced the pages of Dragon magazine.
Boyd Although the City of Splendors does not formally claim any territory outside its walls, the Lords of Waterdeep have always kept a close watch over the region stretching from the Mere of Dead Men to the mouth of the River Delimbiyr, 3.5 from the Sea of Swords to the Dessarin Vale. About the Authors Eric L. Dragons of Faerun, Part 3. Secrets of Sarlona, Part 3.
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