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Hoard of the Dragon Queen is a 2014 Forgotten Realms adventure module for the 5th edition of Dungeons & Dragons, designed by Kobold Press and the Wizards RPG Team. The module revolves around the Cult of the Dragon's plans to free Tiamat, the goddess of chromatic dragons, from the Nine Hells. Hoard of the Dragon Queen is part of the Tyranny of Dragons storyline, and received a direct continuation in the adventure module The Rise of Tiamat.

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In an audacious bid for power the Cult of the Dragon, along with its dragon allies and the Red Wizards of Thay, seek to bring Tiamat from her prison in the Nine Hells to Faerun. To this end, they are sweeping from town to town, laying waste to all those who oppose them and gathering a hoard of riches for their dread queen. The threat of annihilation has become so dire that groups as disparate as the Harpers and Zhentarim are banding together in the fight against the cult. Never before has the need for heroes been so desperate.


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Achreny UlyeltinAckyn SelebonAldor UrnpoleshurstAngrath WoodwiseArietta InnevarArlaengaAzbara JosArdred BriferhewBeyd SechepolBlagothkusBog LuckCaemonCaptain OthelstanCarlon AmoffelCraggnorCuth SwiftDralmorrer BorngrayEdherli LewelEldkin AgetulEnom TobunEsclarotta Escobert the RedFrulam MondathGastynGlazhaelGreen ImsaGristle PeteGundalinHuldaJamna GleamsilverKusphiaLai AngesstunLangdedrosa CyanwrathLarion KeenbladeLasfelro the SilentLeda WidrisLennithonLeosin ErlantharLinan SwiftLosvius LongnoseMaelgotMarkguthMiresellaNesim WaladraNoohar SerelimNyerhite VertherOntharr FrumeOrvustia EsserenOyn EvenmoorPharblex SpattergooRadecere PerethunRaggnar RedtoothRath ModarRezmirSamardag the HoperSandesyl MorgiaSelvek SerelimSnapjawSorvicSulesdeg the PoleTalis the WhiteTarbaw NighthillTharm ThamzidTrepsinTyjit SkeshWerond ToropharWessic the WizenedWiglufZelina Innevar
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Dagult NeveremberGalvanLord MarstenNeronvainSeverin SilrajinSuncallerSzass TamVarramVoaraghamantharWaervaerendor


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antelopeblack dragonlich


Building & Sites
A Pair of Black AntlersCannarth RoadhouseCastle NaerytarGolden TankardShrine of AxesSkyreach CastleTemple of Chauntea
High RoadUldoon TrailTrade Way
Baldur's GateDaggerfordElturelGreenestParnastWaterdeep
Graypeak MountainsGreenfieldsFields of the DeadMere of Dead MenMisty ForestRiver ChiontharTrollbark forest
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AmnBerduskBeregostCandlekeepCormyrMirabarNashkelNeverwinterNine HellsSunset MountainsWell of Dragons


Magic items
Black Dragon MaskDragongleamfarseer of IlluskHazirawninsignia of clawsrug of smotheringtankard of plentywand of winter
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White Dragon MaskMask of the Dragon Queen


Swift family
Clan AgetulClan AngesstunClan SkeshCult of the DragonEldrath VeluuthraHarpersOrder of the GauntletRed Wizards of ThayScaly Death tribeZhentarim
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Academy of StargazersEmerald EnclaveHigh Road Charter Company


Church of AmaunatorChurch of AurilChurch of Torm
Shrine of AxesTemple of Chauntea
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  1. Canon material does not provide a year for the Tyranny of Dragons storyline, but in a forum post, Greg Marks stated it was set in 1489 DR. However, the events of the Tyranny of Dragons are discussed in the novel Archmage, set in 1486 DR. Since this inconsistency has not been cleared up, this wiki will use the vague term "1480s DR" for events related to this storyline.


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 Wolfgang Baur, Steve Winter (August 2014). Hoard of the Dragon Queen. Edited by Miranda Horner. (Wizards of the Coast), p. 2. ISBN 978-0786965649.

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