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| image = Dragonmere map 4e.jpg
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| caption = A map of the Dragonmere as of 1479 DR.
| caption = A map of the Dragonmere as of 1479 DR.
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| name = Dragonmere
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| aliases = Lake of Dragons
| aliases = Lake of Dragons
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The '''Dragonmere''' (also known as the '''Lake of Dragons''') was a lake on the [[Dragon Coast]] at the western edge of the [[Sea of Fallen Stars]]. [[Cormyr]] and [[Sembia]] were on the northern part of this lake, with the [[Dragon Coast]] along the south.<ref name="FRCS3e-p142">{{Cite book/Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting 3rd edition|142}}</ref>
 
The '''Dragonmere''' (also known as the '''Lake of Dragons''') was a lake on the [[Dragon Coast]] at the western edge of the [[Sea of Fallen Stars]]. [[Cormyr]] and [[Sembia]] were on the northern part of this lake, with the [[Dragon Coast]] along the south.<ref name="FRCS3e-p142">{{Cite book/Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting 3rd edition|142}}</ref>

Revision as of 22:24, January 26, 2017

The Dragonmere (also known as the Lake of Dragons) was a lake on the Dragon Coast at the western edge of the Sea of Fallen Stars. Cormyr and Sembia were on the northern part of this lake, with the Dragon Coast along the south.[1]

The Dragonmere was almost 100 miles from north to south at its widest point. As of 1372 DR, at its narrowest point it was ten miles wide, with Westgate to the south, and Urmlaspyr to the north.[1]

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