Under Fallen Stars (Forgotten Realms: The Threat from the by Mel Odom

By Mel Odom

The ocean conflict rages up and down the Sword Coast, leaving the busy harbor of Baldur's Gate in flames. Following his mad quest, the evil Iakhovas has came upon a gateway into the safe waters of the ocean of Fallen Stars, and now no coast is secure from his marauding armies of the deep.

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On the tenth morning, the petitioner is given the choice of leaving (he may return) or joining the order as an acolyte. In browsing, the traveler may engage in research as if a sage himself, with knowledge in Special Category. for veracity, and at no further cost. Magical books and other dangerous items are kept in the Inner Rooms. Only the Keeper (the order’s head) and the Readers (his accomplished staff) may enter these rooms. Any information that may be found within these areas must be researched as for sages (No Browsing).

The precise borders of a Great Druid’s domain are nebulous at best. On location of high-level druids: When a druid reaches sufficient level to challenge another druid of his or her position, a sign will be sent by the Power the druid worships indicating the location of the druid sought, unless the first druid knows the second druid’s location already. DURLAG’S TOWER AT A GLANCE: South of the Wood of Sharp Teeth a plug of hard rock juts from the plains. Atop this pinnacle is a single, massive tower.

Few inhabitants of the Sword Coast will camp near the Castle by choice, and rumors persist of excavations that predate Daeros’ fortress, and of a still-operational gate. DRUIDS AT A GLANCE: A sub-grouping of clerics which tends to worship outside of the standard Temple-complexes are the druids, who wander the land, or are organized into loosely-affiliated “circles” throughout the Realms. These druid-circles tend to fill the same requirements as hierarchies within the clerical faiths, but are much smaller and there is still less definition about which activities fall under which headings.

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