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{{forum post|We do have a bit of a Sundering page, at [[Sundering (event)]]. But mostly we don't have many people adding the new lore. It's new, there aren't many facts, the sourcebooks probably aren't out yet, and serious editors aren't following it. We're not really able to stay up-to-date on everything.|[[User:BadCatMan|— BadCatMan]] ([[User talk:BadCatMan|talk]]) 12:34, November 29, 2014 (UTC)}}
 
{{forum post|We do have a bit of a Sundering page, at [[Sundering (event)]]. But mostly we don't have many people adding the new lore. It's new, there aren't many facts, the sourcebooks probably aren't out yet, and serious editors aren't following it. We're not really able to stay up-to-date on everything.|[[User:BadCatMan|— BadCatMan]] ([[User talk:BadCatMan|talk]]) 12:34, November 29, 2014 (UTC)}}
 
{{Forum post|Fact is, the details of The Sundering have not been published yet. The sextet of novels in The Sundering series do not explain what the event is, merely some of the events surrounding it. It has also been explicitly stated that Wizards of the Coast has no plans to write a Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting book until the designers find out what we as fans want to be in it (I presume that they are trying to avoid more backlash like what they experienced during 4e). Realms luminaries like George Krashos and Eric Boyd are busy writing lorebooks that avoid the topic of The Sundering and instead detail the people and places of selected regions. In short, do not expect any answers to most questions about The Sundering for a long time.|-[[User:Hashimashadoo|hash]]<sup>[[User talk:Hashimashadoo|talk]]</sup> 17:45, November 29, 2014 (UTC)}}
 
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