The story "Iruladoon" does not involve a place trying to claim the occupants of the ship, so much as repelling them.

Also, the unnamed figures in the wood were not "long lost to the world". The previous Salvatore novel, The Ghost King, which tells of the death of those two figures, was set in the year 1385 DR. "Iruladoon" is set in the waning years of the Spellplague, which ran from 1385 to 1395 DR. So from 1385 to some time just before 1395 DR is not that long a time.

--BEAST 13:43, November 28, 2010 (UTC)


Hey peeps, i can add Visage creature page next if no one else has it queued up. As far as i can tell it's just 1 source, and i just came across it in Realms of the Deam I'm reading through so can do history well while fresh in my mind. Artyom.pavlov (talk) 03:30, May 21, 2020 (UTC)

Sounds good! --Ir'revrykal (talk) 11:40, May 21, 2020 (UTC)
I don't have access to the book so I can't check, but are they not the same creature as the visages from Dead Gods (creatures tied to Tenebrous that can change into the people they kill, looking like a wispy spirit with a white mask in their natural form)? — Look-a-troopa (talk) 12:15, May 21, 2020 (UTC)
That matches the description given in the short story. --Ir'revrykal (talk) 12:18, May 21, 2020 (UTC)
Indeed sound the same. I'll ckeck dead gods. Thx!Artyom.pavlov (talk) 17:57, May 22, 2020 (UTC)
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