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A representative body called the Dealms of Twelve assumed leadership of Cormanthyr, but its members were prone to infighting and petty politicking. The War of the Seldarine begins.
Many of its ruins still stand in the depths of the forest known as Cormanthor, and numerous inhabitants of Myth Drannor are still alive in one form or another. Patricia Reiley-begay rated it it was amazing Jul 09, Soon thereafter, Elminster Aumar, Prince of Athalantar, arrived wearing the telkiira of the noble House Alastrarra, which had been granted to him by its dying lord.
Faeryn he’s not writing fantasy or science fiction, he works in game publishing. In its opening gambit, called the Northern Massacres, the Army of Darkness invaded Cormanthyr’s northern reaches.
Aryvandaarans begin raiding along Miyeritar’s borders and interfering with its trade routes. The Weeping War Despite all its internal strife, Myth Drannor might eventually have found peace again had the Trio Nefarious not returned. That war never occurred, but the threat of it left the army well prepared for the Army of Darkness. No trivia or quizzes yet. Aryvandaar, now known as the Vyshaantar Empire, invades Shantel Othreier.
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.
The church of Lolth rises to prominence. Meanwhile, far to the northwest of the Elven Forgotyen, the sylvan elf civilization of Rystall Wood was a wild, carefree realm in what is now the Border Forest. The capital of Cormanthyr was moved back to its ancient seat at the Elven Court, but the great elven kingdom never again reached its previous height.
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The fiend Wendonai brought the Ilythiiri to the worship of Lolth. Jesse Kiser rated it it was amazing Dec 11, Resistance movements spring up in Miyeritar and Shantel Othreier. The lands of Aryvandaar are largely abandoned for ,ost age. Demron created his six baneblades during this period, and the sun elf Saeval Ammath returned from an expedition into the western mountains bearing a red dragon egg.
There are fofgotten discussion topics on this book yet. The return of this item marked the next step in welcoming other races to Cormanthyr. Hordes of drow and duergar boiled up out of their Underdark tunnels and struck the heart of the Elven Court.
The sun elves who had fought so bitterly to keep the office of coronal in the hands of their own kin reacted violently to her success and launched potent magical attacks at her, which failed utterly. None of them have been seen since. A few elf nobles chose to leave the city rather than share it with “lesser” races, but many more remained, eager to see the result of Eltargrim’s grand experiment.
With the destruction of the Trio Nefarious, the Army of Darkness lost its direction and leadership. If a group that includes reaoms races can demonstrate a pressing need for the information — such as an imminent threat to the elf race that might be averted by knowledge of the Crown Wars — the sages may be more lenient; otherwise, non-elf PCs must be creative in gaining the desired information.
Realms of the High Foreston pages 83—94, describes the kingdoms of EaerlannSiluvanede, Sharrven, and the surrounding states. Other empires were brought down by civil war, internal politics, or strange, monstrous foes, but Cormanthyr’s fall was largely the handiwork of fiendish forces.
Much of the written history of the Crown Wars was lost in fareun terrible battles that occurred at the close of the Fifth Campaign. Orc raids from Vastar posed a constant threat, as did the reemergence of the drow of Maerimydra and the meteoric rise of Netheril.
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PCs wishing to research the Crown Wars are likely to encounter strong resistance unless everyone in the group is an elf. The Vyshaantar Empire occupies all the remaining elven realms on Faerun and begins colonization of Evermeet. The information here is too setting-specific to be used as-is in most home campaigns, but there’s still plenty of inspiration to be had. As soon as they were freed, the three fiends put their plans into motion.
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Eric Johnson rated it really liked it May 10, Artifacts of the Paston pagesintroduces magic items created and used by people of the various lost empires. Dragonlance deities Forgotten Realms deities Greyhawk deities. Michael A Morin rated it it was amazing Apr 08, The Dark Realjs reduces Miyeritar to a dead wasteland.
The greatest of these empires — Aryvandaar, Keltormir, Miyeritar, Illefarn, Ilythiir, and Shantel Othreier — coexisted peacefully for thousands of years before greed, envy, and pride brought them low. Unity seemed the only answer, but it remained an elusive goal.
Trivia About Lost Empires of F In the centuries that follow, rival Ilythiiri houses turn to other dark deities, such as Lolth.