This articles disagrees with Lord Nasher's page re: his heirs. I'm changing this page to match his page and the Neverwinter Campaign Setting, which claim his descendants ruled until Hotenow's eruption destroyed the city. Scieran (talk) 09:35, June 23, 2013 (UTC)

Hi Scieran. Thanks for fixing this up. — BadCatMan (talk) 13:09, June 23, 2013 (UTC)

Neverwinter symbol Edit

I know the Neverwinter Nights series have this eye-shaped symbol, but I've been reading sourcebooks, and they describe Neverwinter's symbol as "three white snowflakes surrounded by silver and blue". The symbol is even used in the 5e map. Do we have to change the symbol? I feel the one in the map is really small...--Zero (talk) 20:28, February 4, 2018 (UTC)

If I recall correctly, the symbol used for the games is not the symbokl of Neverwinter but rather of the cult the is the evil organization in the game. If I am remembering correctly, than, yes, it is actually incorrect to have that symbol on this page, and the one that you have found is correct.
Looking at the image info., it was fan creation and not official anyhow.
~ Lhynard (talk) 21:14, February 4, 2018 (UTC)
If I understand correctly, the eye was supposed to symbolize Morag (note the reptilian pupil), and important NPCs like Desther and Aribeth originally carried amulets bearing the symbol. Where it gets weird is how the Neverwinter Nine use the symbol in NWN2 (for example, Nevalle). I haven't played through NWN2 in a long while, so it may be explained somewhere in the campaign. --Ir'revrykal (talk) 23:25, February 4, 2018 (UTC)
I've bought Mike Schley's map. It would be ok if I use the logo from that map?--Zero (talk) 02:12, February 5, 2018 (UTC)
Just as a trivia tidbit, Erik Scott de Bie said that the "weeping eye of Neverwinter" is a badge of authority in the city. So, that explains why the Nine have it. I'm going to add it to the gallery using that reference.--Zero (talk) 09:22, February 16, 2018 (UTC)

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