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Infernal influence was a strong factor in the fall of Cormanthyr. Very basic information The Crown Wars were ancient civil wars among the elves. Difficulties often arise when members of other races seek this same knowledge.
Kahvoerm Irithyl drew the Crownblade during a grand high magic ceremony, thus becoming the first Coronal of the United Lands of Arcorar, which he renamed Cormanthor. For printed books, we have performed high-resolution scans of an original hardcopy of the book. The first disaster was a catastrophe known as the Twelve Nights of Fire. In the decades following the tragic Claiming Ceremony, the City of Song and indeed, all Cormanthyr split into numerous political factions, forming an intricate and deadly web of intrigue that rivaled any drow court.
Ancient Secretson pages 6—35, details prestige classesfeats, and spells common for characters that keep alive the ancient secrets and traditions of the past.
The series of vicious, ffaerun wars that destroyed the ancient realms of the elves has come to be known as the Crown Wars. New Account or Log In.
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. Powerful fiends empites all evil alignments still inhabit Cormanthyr’s ruins along with their lesser servitors and lackeys, and Myth Drannor fairly teems with the inhabitants of the Lower Planes.
Cormanthyr rapidly became more like a loosely allied confederation of city-states than a single, cohesive nation.
Elminster’s mission was one of learning, but many elves could not abide a human wearing a “stolen” telkiira into the city. Beholder Drow dark elf Empirez Illithid mind flayer Lich.
Many elves of Og provide secret safe havens for Miyeritari. Aryvandaaran forces occupy Miyeritar, though a number of dark and sylvan elf clans continue to resist. Citing familial connections between the ruling houses of Aryvandaar and Miyeritar, the Vyshaanti begin attempting to annex Miyeritar by peaceful means.
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Upon the death of Coronal Oacenth, Coronal Kahvoerm declared the lands of Cormanthor to be a single, united kingdom, and a single, united people. The bulk of the rest of the book delves into the Crown Wars, the Old Empires of Mulhorand enpires Unther, the empire of Netheril, the powerful states of Coramshan and Jhaamdath, the fabled realm of Myth Drannor, various artifacts and monsters of the past, and several other topics that Dungeon Masters can find useful when emlires Forgotten Realms campaigns.
These eBooks empiree digitally watermarked to signify that you are the owner. Extremely obscure information The fallen solar Malkizid was the secret patron of the Vyshaan lords. The First Crown War begins. Although time has wiped away many of the great citadels and fortresses built before and during the Crown Wars, a surprising number of them have survived — though not necessarily intact — due to magical preservation. To the southwest, refugees from Aryvandaar founded the nation of Uvaeren.
Despite Coronal Eltargrim’s declaration that the mage was Sha-quessir an elf friendmany saw him as a portent of doom. These products were created by scanning an original printed edition. 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.
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In a voice heavy with grief, she told the people of Cormanthyr that they had forgotten the dream of Coronal Oacenth and the reality that Coronal Eltargrim had made of it.
Whether they venerated Corellon, Moradin, Yondalla, Garl Glittergold, or one of the countless human deities, the clerics shepherded the city as best they could through the troubled years.
The next three thousand years brought Cormanthyr rapid expansion as well as strife and struggle. Especially in sun elf communities, non-elf researchers are frequently denied access to information about the Crown Wars.
Shattered Lands Dark Sun: Never again would a grand empire of the elves rise on the mainland. This title was added to our catalog on October 29, 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.
Our sneak peek includes a look at ancient feats, a prestige class, ancient spells, some artifacts, plus several tidbits of past lore. The commerce guilds also began to squabble among themselves. Dragonlance deities Forgotten Realms deities Greyhawk deities.
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