The Forgotten Realms Wiki

Editing

Gatekeeper's Crystal

1
  • The edit can be undone. Please check the comparison below to verify that this is what you want to do, and then save the changes below to finish undoing the edit. If you are undoing an edit that is …
Latest revision Your text
Line 69: Line 69:
 
In [[1371 DR]] the mages of [[Reilloch Domayr]] located one of the shards and kept it in Nandiyerron's Armory in [[Tower Reilloch]]. It was stolen by demonic invaders in [[1374 DR]]<ref name="FH-p33" /> and returned to Sarya, thus completing the device.
 
In [[1371 DR]] the mages of [[Reilloch Domayr]] located one of the shards and kept it in Nandiyerron's Armory in [[Tower Reilloch]]. It was stolen by demonic invaders in [[1374 DR]]<ref name="FH-p33" /> and returned to Sarya, thus completing the device.
   
On [[Alturiak 16]], 1374 DR, Sarya used the complete crystal to utterly dispel all of the magical protections of [[Nar Kerymhoarth]] and freed almost two thousand [[fey'ri]] imprisoned within for the past five thousand years.<ref name="FH-p55-57">{{Cite book/Forsaken House|55-57}}</ref> After that, the crystal disappeared again.
+
On [[Alturiak 16]], 1374 DR, Sarya used the complete crystal to utterly dispel all of the magical protections of [[Nar Kerymhoarth]] and freed almost two thousand [[fey'ri]] imprisoned within for the past five thousand years.<ref name="FH-p55-57">{{Cite book/Forsaken House|55-57}}</ref> After that, the crystal disappeared again, but in the same year [[Araevin Teshurr]] decided to assemble the crystal one more time when it turned out that it could be used to seal the [[Waymeet]],<ref name="FG-23">{{Cite book/Final Gate|23}}</ref> a powerful interplanar ''[[mythal]]'' that could create portals between any two planes, of which Sarya and [[Malkizid]] tried to gain control in [[Myth Drannor]].
+
The first shard was found in Nar Kerymhoarth in a lair of [[ophidian]]s, who recognized it as an idol, and was stolen from there by [[Maresa Rost]]<ref name="FG-57-59">{{Cite book/Final Gate|57-59}}</ref>.
In the same year [[Araevin Teshurr]] decided to assemble the crystal one more time when it turned out that it could be used to seal the [[Waymeet]],<ref name="FG-23">{{Cite book/Final Gate|23}}</ref> a powerful interplanar ''[[mythal]]'' that consisted of hundreds, if not thousands, of portals of which [[Malkizid]] tried to gain control. The first shard was found in Nar Kerymhoarth in a lair of [[ophidian]]s, who recognized it as an idol, and was stolen from there by [[Maresa Rost]]<ref name="FG-57-59">{{Cite book/Final Gate|57-59}}</ref>. The second piece was stolen by Araevin and his friends from the [[Selydra|Pale Sybil]] deep in [[Lorosfyr]].<ref name="FH-p200">{{Cite book/Forsaken House|200}}</ref> The third piece was also stolen by Araevin and his friends from Malkizid's base of operations in the [[Blood Rift]].<ref name="FH-p284">{{Cite book/Forsaken House|284}}</ref> Having assembled the three pieces, Araevin used the Gatekeeper Crystal to first disassemble and take control of the corrupted mythal surrounding [[Myth Drannor]] so that [[Seiveril Miritar]]'s army could wrest control of the ancient elven city from Sarya.<ref name="FH-p298-302">{{Cite book/Forsaken House|298-302}}</ref> He then took the crystal to the Waymeet and used it to destroy the Gatekeeper itself, thus closing the Waymeet and defeating Malkizid's plans to use it.<ref name="FH-p317">{{Cite book/Forsaken House|317}}</ref>
 
   
 
==Destruction==
 
==Destruction==
Line 81: Line 81:
 
* The [[Mistmaster]]
 
* The [[Mistmaster]]
 
* [[Sarya Dlardrageth]]
 
* [[Sarya Dlardrageth]]
* [[Araevin Teshurr]]
 
   
 
==References==
 
==References==
  Loading editor