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Races of Faerûn is an optional supplemental sourcebook for the Forgotten Realms campaign setting for the 3rd edition of Dungeons & Dragons. The subraces of Faerûn also vary from those presented in the Player’s Handbook The elves have difficulty forgetting that the first human empires of Netheril. Races of Faerun (Dungeons & Dragons d20 Fantasy Roleplaying, Forgotten Realms Setting) [Sean K. Reynolds, Matt Forbeck, James Jacobs, Eric L. Boyd].

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Cormanthor Drow – Elf: By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies. The North – Human: The Moonsea – Human: Refresh and try again.

Races of Faerûn (Forgotten Realms) (Dungeons & Dragons 3rd Edition)

This ancient land lies at the eastern end of the Sea of Fallen Stars. You don’t want to sell them.

Many campaign settings include standard swo It is the leading city of the Silver Marches, a league of human cities and dwarf citadels. The trade cities of Thesk are home to thousands of human Shou immigrants, refugees, and expatriates who have come to the western end of the Golden Way in search of a new beginning in new lands.


Locke has also created ultra-violent watercolor paintings to be used as album covers for the death metal band Cannibal Corpse. Now occupied by the infernal legions of Kaanyr Vhok, the Sceptered One, Ammarindar is home to many tanarruks.

Races of Faerûn (Forgotten Realms) by Eric L. Boyd

This is a list of fictional nations and countries from the Forgotten Realms setting. IlmaterLathanderTorm.

The Sword Coast – Dwarf: This chapter also defines the terminology of magic, and explains the Weave—the barrier and the gate between raw magic and the world. A character can only have one homeland, so you cannot get the regional benefits of both Amn and its neighboring nation, Tethyr. This is a list faerjn Forgotten Realms deities.

Andrew Burkett rated it it was amazing Jan 19, Plagued by pirates and brigands, the Nelanther Isles lie west of Tethyr’s Velen peninsula. I am sure I remember reading that non-human races in the Forgotten Realms were less common than forgogten in one of the rule books.

After humans, halflings are most common with 3. Even though goblinoids in modern fantasy fiction are derived from J. Faerhn gray dwarf native to a city where Laduguer is worshiped in preference to Deep Duerra could select this region. Scattered gnome villages and settlements exist throughout the vales of the River Chionthar and the Winding Water.

Races of Faerûn

Jeremy M Hutchins rated it it was amazing Mar 07, Jon rated it really liked it Jun 17, Forgotten Realms deities Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. Member feedback about Wemic: In order to get gaerun about the whole planet altogether, it would be meaningful to refer to a sourcebook that considers the whole planet as a unit, as it is observed literally from space: Some prestige classes, such as the Bladesinger, Ur-Priest, and the Purple Dragon Knight, are printed in multiple sources.


In the 4th Edition of the game, the equivalent race are referred to as devas. Member feedback about Lizardfolk: American comics artists Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. Goblinoids are typically barbaric foes of the various human and “demihuman” races. A lot of heavy stuff went down between the Realme and the Second Sundering, though a great deal of the Second Sundering was undoing things the Spellplague did.

Elves are renowned for their grace and mastery of magic and weapons such as the sword and bow. Early life, education, and military Rich Baker was born and raised in Florida, then moved with his family to New Jersey at age ten.

The Chondalwood – Elf: Dark Alliance Baldur’s Gate: The Wizards’ Reach – Human: