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Within this box is everything needed to visit the fabulous Forgotten Realms. The 96-page player's book contains entries on all known areas, cities, people, and things, presented in alphabetical order. Numerous maps outline the more well-known cities and lands. The 96-page DM's book contains all the information pertinent to running a campaign set in this fantasy world, from how to bring existing characters into the Forgotten Realms to two complete introductory mini-adventures to a listing of known magical texts and the magics contained therein. Four full-color maps show the entire lands and details of the more well-known areas. Adventuring rules specific to the Forgotten Realms have been included. Everything you need is here—save for your imagination

Contents:

Index[]

Characters
ArulfAsbras HluminBlaskinBloeninBorustineDahvroDelbossanDurkinDundast HulrelFlameGunthorHarmest LhelmarNeironNurlarOsper LinthalamSundeth GossylSzamaerilThentiasThurlock
Organizations
Savage SevenValiant WarriorsWindriders Trading Coster
Magic
Spells
Aganazzar's scorcherArchveult's skyboltbladeblessbladethirstbody sympathyBowgentle's fleeting journeybriartangleCaligarde's clawcatfeetcutdeath chariotdisminddispel silenceencryptflame shroudgallopgreat shoutGrimwald's greymantlehailconeholy flailhornIlyykur's mantleLaeral's dancing dweomerlistenMerald's murderous mistNchaser's glowing globeNulathoe's ninemenphase trapPresper's moonbowreconstructionrevealsacred linkscattersprayscorchsecuresmoke ghostspell engineSpendelarde's chasersnatchsparkstealspellstingTasirin's haunted sleepthorn spraythunderlanceTulrun's tracerwatchware

Appendix[]

Background[]

The various city maps presented in Cyclopedia of the Realms varied in scale, due to cities of differing sizes being presented in the same-size spaces.[2]

Gallery[]

External Links[]

References[]

  1. Shannon Appelcline. Forgotten Realms Campaign Set (1e). Dungeon Masters Guild. Retrieved on 2021-01-17.
  2. Skip Williams (September 1990). “Sage Advice”. In Roger E. Moore ed. Dragon #161 (TSR, Inc.), p. 88.
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