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Description[edit | edit source]
While once a great city, by 1372 DR, all that remained was a shrine of five green standing stones. These stones acted as a portal to Choshein, a sister city of the Empire, and to the capital of Jhothûn. Activating the portal required simply touching one of the stones. The default destination was Choshein, but one could travel to the city of Jhothûn by speaking its name. When activated, a web of green energy appeared among the stones, and persons could step into this web of energy to be transported to one of the other cities. When the destination was changed to Jhothûn, the web was purple in color. As late as 1372 DR, the portal was still functioning, yet its power was dangerously weak, and it could only be activated once a day. Sometimes, it flickered just as one was stepping into the energy web, which would cause the user to plummet into a sinkhole located in the middle of the stones.
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- It is suspected that Jhothûn was itself a part of the empire of Ostoria, but this is never directly stated.
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Trivia[edit | edit source]
The image of the five standing stones, shown above, was originally released on January 31st, 2002, the last of a series of maps for an arctic region known as "The Farthest Reach" as part of the "Map-A-Week" feature on the Wizards of the Coast website.
References[edit | edit source]
- James Wyatt (2002-06-19). “Portals of the Frozen Wastes: Jhothûn”. Perilous Gateways. Wizards of the Coast. Archived from the original on 2004-02-16. Retrieved on 2015-10-18.
- James Wyatt (2002-06-05). “Portals of the Frozen Wastes: The Sea of Moving Ice”. Perilous Gateways. Wizards of the Coast. Archived from the original on 2004-02-16. Retrieved on 2015-10-18.