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The third member of the legendary group, the human [[ranger]]/[[thief]] [[Ren o' the Blade]] went in search of the city after it's disappearance. Aided by two [[druids]] under directions from [[Silvanus]], an [[undead]] [[paladin]] of Tyr named [[Miltiades]], and a wizard named [[Evaine]], Ren managed to find the tower and joining with Tarl and Shal, was able to defeat the Red Wizard and send the pit fiend back to the [[Nine Hells]].<ref name="PoD-p125-128">{{Cite book/Pools of Darkness (novel)|125-128}}</ref> The defeat of Marcus and the Tanetal broke the spell holding the city under the tower and the city was returned to its former location on the Moonsea.<ref name="PoD-p130">{{Cite book/Pools of Darkness (novel)|130}}</ref>
 
The third member of the legendary group, the human [[ranger]]/[[thief]] [[Ren o' the Blade]] went in search of the city after it's disappearance. Aided by two [[druids]] under directions from [[Silvanus]], an [[undead]] [[paladin]] of Tyr named [[Miltiades]], and a wizard named [[Evaine]], Ren managed to find the tower and joining with Tarl and Shal, was able to defeat the Red Wizard and send the pit fiend back to the [[Nine Hells]].<ref name="PoD-p125-128">{{Cite book/Pools of Darkness (novel)|125-128}}</ref> The defeat of Marcus and the Tanetal broke the spell holding the city under the tower and the city was returned to its former location on the Moonsea.<ref name="PoD-p130">{{Cite book/Pools of Darkness (novel)|130}}</ref>
   
=== Zhentil occupation ===
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=== Zhentil Occupation ===
 
In [[1375 DR]] Phlan was conquered fully by [[Zhentil Keep]] and within five years the government had been dissolved to be replaced by the tyranny of [[Cvaal Daoran]] when he dissolved the Council of Ten and name himself the Lord Protector of Phlan<ref name="D170-p52">{{Cite dungeon/170/Monument of the Ancients|52}}</ref>. Daoran also handed custodianship of [[undead]]-infested [[Valhingen Graveyard]] over to the [[Order of the Silent Shroud]], a [[Church of Kelemvor|kelemvorite]] sect who defeated the evils within and, with the help of the [[Emerald Enclave]], turned the Graveyard into a pristine garden. During the [[Shadowbane War]] of [[1383 DR]] however, Cvaal forged an alliance with the dark [[fey]] of the [[Quivering Forest]] and managed to slay a [[shadovar]] prince, thereby ensuring that his city did not meet the same fate as Zhentil Keep. The hearts of his subjects softened thanks to his valiant defense of the city and they accepted his rule with little complaint, allowing his dynasty to claim rights as monarchs. In turn, the rule of Cvaal's government and that of the local [[Church of Bane]] also softened.{{fact}} The next several decades saw the Netherese and the elves of [[Myth Drannor]] quietly trying to exert their influence over the city, but neither of them could claim any real successes.{{fact}}
 
In [[1375 DR]] Phlan was conquered fully by [[Zhentil Keep]] and within five years the government had been dissolved to be replaced by the tyranny of [[Cvaal Daoran]] when he dissolved the Council of Ten and name himself the Lord Protector of Phlan<ref name="D170-p52">{{Cite dungeon/170/Monument of the Ancients|52}}</ref>. Daoran also handed custodianship of [[undead]]-infested [[Valhingen Graveyard]] over to the [[Order of the Silent Shroud]], a [[Church of Kelemvor|kelemvorite]] sect who defeated the evils within and, with the help of the [[Emerald Enclave]], turned the Graveyard into a pristine garden. During the [[Shadowbane War]] of [[1383 DR]] however, Cvaal forged an alliance with the dark [[fey]] of the [[Quivering Forest]] and managed to slay a [[shadovar]] prince, thereby ensuring that his city did not meet the same fate as Zhentil Keep. The hearts of his subjects softened thanks to his valiant defense of the city and they accepted his rule with little complaint, allowing his dynasty to claim rights as monarchs. In turn, the rule of Cvaal's government and that of the local [[Church of Bane]] also softened.{{fact}} The next several decades saw the Netherese and the elves of [[Myth Drannor]] quietly trying to exert their influence over the city, but neither of them could claim any real successes.{{fact}}
   
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