The Wonders of Phandalin was a book detailing the rising glory of the town known as Phandalin.[1]

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The book itself was bound with a hardback cover, though over time it became aged such that the pages cracked at a touch.[1]

The Wonders of Phandalin described Phandalin as extremely prosperous, even claiming that it would rival Neverwinter for the title of 'Jewel of the North'. The tome also detailed the Phandelver's Pact and the Forge of Spells, along with the alliance of humans, dwarves, and gnomes.[1]

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This book was written in 950 DR, when Phandalin was at the peak of its renown under the leadership of Mayor Alderleaf.[1][note 1] One year later, the orcs of Uruth Ukrypt raided and destroyed the whole town, ending Phandalin's glory.[2]

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  1. This is most likely the ancestor of Qelline and Carp Alderleaf, a mother and son who live in Phandalin in the 15th century DR, the time in which Baldur's Gate III is set.

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