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The '''High Moor''' is a large, monster-infested, open moorland in [[West Faerûn|western]] [[Faerûn]], and is bordered on the east by the [[Serpent Hills]] and on the west by the [[Misty Forest]]. It was created in about [[-10500 DR]] when the fallen kingdom of [[Miyeritar]] was destroyed by the [[Vyshaantar Empire]]'s magics during the [[Crown Wars]].
 
The '''High Moor''' is a large, monster-infested, open moorland in [[West Faerûn|western]] [[Faerûn]], and is bordered on the east by the [[Serpent Hills]] and on the west by the [[Misty Forest]]. It was created in about [[-10500 DR]] when the fallen kingdom of [[Miyeritar]] was destroyed by the [[Vyshaantar Empire]]'s magics during the [[Crown Wars]].
   
The High Moor contains numerous ancient ruins and structures, but the most familiar include [[Dragonspear Castle]] on the western edge, [[Hammer Hall]], a log house and stables surrounded by a wooden palisade near the banks of [[Highstar Lake]], and [[Orogoth]], a large ancestral hall near the Serpent Hills. Forays into the High Moor are usually based in the town of [[Secomber]], north of the region.<ref name="FRCS-p224">{{Cite book/Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting 3rd edition|224}}</ref>
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The High Moor contains numerous ancient ruins and structures, but the most familiar include [[Dragonspear Castle]] on the western edge, [[Hammer Hall]], a log house and stables surrounded by a wooden palisade near the banks of [[Highstar Lake]], and [[Orzogoth]], a large ancestral hall near the Serpent Hills. Forays into the High Moor are usually based in the town of [[Secomber]], north of the region.<ref name="FRCS-p224">{{Cite book/Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting 3rd edition|224}}</ref>
   
 
[[Rhymanthiin]], the Hidden City of Hope, created by a large group of notable magic-users led by [[Khelben "Blackstaff" Arunsun]], [[Tsarra Chaadren]], and [[Ualair]], is located on the High Moor.<ref name="AtRDT-p10">{{Cite web|url=http://forums.gleemax.com/showthread.php?t=1072927&page=10|title=The one and only "Ask the Realms authors/designers thread" 4|accessmonthday=January 8th|accessyear=2009|author=[[Richard Baker]]|date=October 14th, 2008}}</ref>
 
[[Rhymanthiin]], the Hidden City of Hope, created by a large group of notable magic-users led by [[Khelben "Blackstaff" Arunsun]], [[Tsarra Chaadren]], and [[Ualair]], is located on the High Moor.<ref name="AtRDT-p10">{{Cite web|url=http://forums.gleemax.com/showthread.php?t=1072927&page=10|title=The one and only "Ask the Realms authors/designers thread" 4|accessmonthday=January 8th|accessyear=2009|author=[[Richard Baker]]|date=October 14th, 2008}}</ref>

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The High Moor is a large, monster-infested, open moorland in western Faerûn, and is bordered on the east by the Serpent Hills and on the west by the Misty Forest. It was created in about -10500 DR when the fallen kingdom of Miyeritar was destroyed by the Vyshaantar Empire's magics during the Crown Wars.

The High Moor contains numerous ancient ruins and structures, but the most familiar include Dragonspear Castle on the western edge, Hammer Hall, a log house and stables surrounded by a wooden palisade near the banks of Highstar Lake, and Orzogoth, a large ancestral hall near the Serpent Hills. Forays into the High Moor are usually based in the town of Secomber, north of the region.[1]

Rhymanthiin, the Hidden City of Hope, created by a large group of notable magic-users led by Khelben "Blackstaff" Arunsun, Tsarra Chaadren, and Ualair, is located on the High Moor.[2]

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