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While our heroes are deeply sleeping in their hideout, Boo wakes up and goes or a ramble on the cities' roofs. There it catches a bunch of adventurers having a conversation on the possible location of the hideout This team of peanut brains is composed of Crimbo male half-elf Wizard , Baden male human Thief , Marrrue female half-orc Warrior and Shawneer female human Sorcerer. Facing this unfortuitous threat against its companions, Boo will take care of the danger in its own way Far from A and not even B or C Boo first appears as an "inventory item" in the video-game Baldur's Gate Bioware, :.

He's described as a Miniature Giant Space Hamster, which is not Minsc's invention as it is an existing variant of the species as described in the Spelljammer 's Bestiary :. On a trivia aspect, we can note that Neil Uyetake used a lorem ipsum to fill a dialogue bubble The hard part here is to get a clean and fully readable version of this miniaturized text I'll let the brave and the reckless deal with that riddle This last issue of Evil at Baldur's Gate is without any doubt the funiest of the whole series.

Franscesco Mortarino 's art fits totally the spirit of the narrative, his style -especially on the characters faces- reminding me of Monkey Punch 's works Lupin III. In the continuity of WotC cross-media marketing cf Legends of Baldur's Gate and as advertised on the single issues' covers, each one contains a code that can be used in the steam version of Idle Champions of the Forgotten Realms to get some bonus chests.

Here they are for a record :. It is a very nice and entertaining series Jim Zub and his bunch of artists offered us here. We have our heroes recovering from their past adventures, finding answers and getting back on their feet. The optimistic and often funny tone of these short-stories acts like a balm on the reader's spirit in an echo of the narrative Now the question is to know if we're on some happy ending here or can we hope to see our heroes back on the road soon?

Time will tell I suppose By Kuronons 0 commentaires. In , IDW issues a new mini-series depicting the adventures of Minsc and his companions after their escape from the Demiplane of Dread at the end of Shadows of the Vampire. This third story of our heroes from Baldur's Gate will be part of WotC's ongoing event : Storm King's Thunder and will be released under the title :. Frost Giant's Fury. As for the 2 previous series, author Jim Zub is in charge of the writing.

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This time he associates with artist Netho Diaz. And as usual, Neil Uyetake will be in charge of the lettering and collection design. We find our heroes caught in a snowstorm, lost somewhere in the middle of the Frozenfar , west-northen region of the Spine of the World. Badly injured after their battle against the master vampire Strahd, they find refuge in a cave. But soon, their shelter is discovered by a group of ogres passing by that they will have to confront. Hopefully for our bunch of broken adventurers, they'll be helped in their fight by a certain Saarvin , a scout dragonborn that will then lead them to the mining city of Fireshear.

And from there it becomes obvious Jim Zub once again based his story on the WotC's module issued for the eponymous ongoing event. Map of the Frozenfar. Storm King's Thunder adventure module WotC, Saarvin is a character that appears briefly in the Storm King's Thunder module as a random wilderness encounter proposal cf pict below. But, even if he has just a few lines describing him there, he will be added as a playable character in the upcoming and still work-in-progress android game : Warriors of Waterdeep by Ludia.

Saarvin - Ranger random encounter, Storm King's Thunder p. After a few time spent in Fireshear healing, resting and equiping themselves with appropriate winter gears, our heroes, back on their feet, have to deal with a frost giants' raid on the city. Minsc and his crew will help defend the town adding their strenght to the Griffons' aerial support lead by Dasharra Keldabar. Krydle, on his side, will play an unexpected asset by releasing a White Dragon, captive of the giants, named Licanthe.

This is barely the suggested encounter found in the module's description of the city cf pict below This artifact would allow him to get control on dragons and then to get the power to overthrow Storvald and take his place as a Jarl and conquer the rest of the North from there To have Licanthe obey him and extort the hidden lair's location, he took the dragon's eggs in hostage. This is an interesting scenario Jim Zub constructed here as he mixed up different elements of the module.

If Jarl Storvald is in the center of the module's plot elements that inspired the comic's narrative, he's replaced here by Gryttmort but however still being evocated once.

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White dragon's eggs plot elements, SKT module p. Orb of dragonkind plot element, SKT module p. As well, Gryttmort's headquarters where our bunch of adventurers will finally end to achieve their goal - saving the North and all Svardborg map - Storm King's Thunder p. Jim Zub definitely excels in his put-a-module-in-a-shaker-and-get-a-story processing. He really has an eye to select the plot elements that will set his narrative up and the talent to bring credibility to his characters via the wide range of emotions they go through. Netho Diaz did an amazing work here, his style fitting perfectly the narration with the use of ruggish lines emphasing the decrepitude of our heroes and the hostile environment they are facing.

And bonus! These are meant to be used by roleplayers cf disclaimer at the bottom of each and are freely available in pdf on Wizards' website. Here's Nerys' one for an insight :.

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As in the previous series Jim Zub is in charge of the writing. The art will be fully done coloring included by Nelson Daniel. Neil Uyetake will remain in charge of the lettering and collection design. The story starts with our bunch of heroes Minsc , Boo , Delina , Krydle and Shandie looking for some mercenary job after their victory on the evil Dragon Cult. The party, still being considered as outlaws by the city guards and therefore keeping a low profile, pays a visit to the Temple of Kelemvor god of the dead and the dying which is having some trouble for the last few nights.

I also like the Daughter of the Drow series and the older Drizzt series books. Does it end there, or are more books to be expected? The last of DotD series was Windwalker and that was released in I've read quite a few series back in the 90s and still have them on my bookshelf. Well, you could call "The Ring of Winter" some kind of background for Cyric and Kelemvor, but this book is not exactly "their" story.. LadyRhian Member Posts: 14, They did a series of novels themed around other things, too.

There's "The Halls of Stormweather" series about a family where the matriarch was an adventurer called on to take the place of her granddaughter after a journey through time to the future and the death of the granddaughter- she ends up marrying in the granddaughter's place and becomes matriarch of this huge family. Two of the characters from this series get their own books, one about the Butler, Erevis Cale, who is a priest of Mask, and one about the Daughter, who is a thief her book was part of the Rogues series.

There's also the Double Diamond Triangle Saga which was 9 small novelettes telling one huge story, and Artemis Entreri shows up in that one. I also like the series about Shandril Shessair, the Spellfire series although the last one, Crown of Fire, wasn't very good. The "Moonshae" books were good, and I enjoyed them.

I loved Finder's Stone series. Really flowing style and likeable characters. I really felt for the good guys and cheered for them as I read. I read Knights of Myth Drannor.

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They have a very different style. A lot of things happen at once and you can get confused easily, but characters are quite fleshed out and likeable. There is good humour there too. Pacing is fast and it cuts from one scene to another a lot. But you get to enjoy quite a lot of lore and meet famous people of the Realms. And yeah, the slang.

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I love the slang terms of Forgotten Realms. I had to read them all just for the sake of it, and while they had a few neat ideas, they had lots of terrible ideas and tons of angst as well so they were quite bad books IMHO. Calmar Member Posts: Salvatore somewhat bland; I was hoping they would surpass the IWD games in wonderfulness. Since this time, humans were permitted by the Elven Court to settle in the more open regions of the forests.

In some texts, primarily those which do not have direct ties to Dales history, Dalereckoni. Various story elements, including Strahd's motivation and the locations of magical weapons, are randomly determined by drawing cards. The player characters attempt to defeat Strahd and, if successful, the adventure ends. They play-tested the adventure with a group of players each Halloween for five years before it was published. Strahd has sin. For 3rd Edition and beyond new publisher Wizards of the Coast uses the term adventure.

The coded modules — are listed by module code. Modules made after the code system was dropped — are displayed in alphabetical order. Note: There is considerable overlap caused by the transition period and early pre-adve. Gunpowder, known here as the magical substance smoke powder and different in its composition from historical gunpowder, is starting to make an appearance, but much of the armament is still dominated by pre-gunpowder weaponry such as swords, spears, and bows.

The contract actually required some variations to the normal Intellivision title screens with the name being capitalized and the addition of the word 'cartridge'. The games, however, had nothing to do with the rules or any of the settings. SSI in after ten companies had applied.

SSI won the award primarily because of their broader vision and their experience in computerized wargaming. TSR then divided the license among multiple publishers. Officially published adventures from before 3rd edition are often called modules. For adventures set in the Forgotten Realms setting, see the List of Forgotten Realms modules and sourcebooks, and for adventures set in the Eberron setting, see the List of Eberron modules and sourcebooks.

The first 3rd Edition advent. General What is now called the Fallen Kingdom used to be the grand elven kingdom of Illefarn or Ilefarn , a forest stretching from the present-day Kryptgarden Forest to the Trollbark Forest, settled in approximately , DR. The capital city, Aelinthaldaar, was located on the land where Waterdeep now stands.

The city was founded in -8, DR and was razed in -1, DR. Few inhabitants of Waterdeep realize their city stands on the ruins of Aelinthaldaar, and only very little of the elven city remains, most notably as part of ancient crypts. Illefarn was known for its portal networks, created by poet-mages and called song-paths.

Very few portals still remain, but at least one, Voices of the Lost, is still active. During the time of the empire of Netheril, the high mages of Illefarn created a powerful being of pure magic to serve as a defender against the expansionist Netherese. When th. Publication history The catoblepas is based on the catoblepas, an Ethiopian legendary creature from Roman myth. Ewalt, in his book Of Dice and Men, discussed several monsters appearing in the original Monster Manual, describing the catoblepas as looking like "an overweight buffalo with stumpy legs, a giraffe-like neck, and a warthog's head".

It includes extensive and detailed maps of the city of Waterdeep, and was intended to serve as a companion to Waterdeep and the North. The sheer expanse of the maps drew praise from Ken Rolston of Dragon magazine, although he criticized their lack of personality and utility. Contents City System maps the city of Waterdeep in detail on ten large color maps, with another map that shows the city as a whole, and another that plots the interior of Castle Waterdeep. These modules along with the Dragonlance Chronicles trilogy of novels, which follow one possible adventure series through the modules, were the first published items that established the Dragonlance fictional universe.

The original DL series was released from to , with the final two modules added to it in There were also versions of the module series released in , and First, instead of being stand alone adventures, or a short series of adventures, they combined into a single large plot arc. This arc covered the War of the Lance.

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Second, players d. Vampire of the Mists is the first novel in the Ravenloft books gothic horror series. On a trip to Waterdeep to drink the blood of patients of a mental hospital there, Jander falls in love with an inmate who introduces herself as Anna. For about one hundred years the immortal vampire visits Anna regularly, and Anna seems to be similarly ageless.

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Anna begins to become ill, and Jander, afraid of losing her, tries to turn her into a vampire. Anna refuses. In her last moments of life, when Jander asks her what ruined her mind, she answers "Barovia. There, he has his. Plot summary Dark Tower is an adventure which describes a dungeon contested over by followers of Set and Mitra and the surrounding lands. It is unrelated to the online game of the same name distributed by AOL. In the first two games, Neverwinter is a bustling location and the second largest city on the Sword Coast, after Waterdeep.

This is a list of fictional cities, towns, and villages from the Forgotten Realms setting. These locations have appeared in the Forgotten Realms campaign setting for the Dungeons and Dragons fantasy roleplaying game, the multiple series of novels set in the Forgotten Realms, or the numerous video and computer games set in the Forgotten Realms, or any combination thereof.

Overview Athkatla is a large port town that rests a few miles south of the Cloud Peaks, a prominent mountainous region. It is located in the middle of the trade route between southern provinces such as Calimshan, and northerly ones such as Waterdeep. Because of this, it is by far the largest and busiest harbour in all of Amn.

Within this game, it is accurately depicted as a predominantly human city of great wealth a. It was released in The module requires the Hordes of the Underdark expansion pack and offers around eight hours of gameplay. It is available in lite and full versions, with the former lacking voice acting for the different NPCs in the module. The module can be purchased and downloaded directly from the internet for a price less than that of the expansion.