How about the relationship between Larloch and Ioulaum?
How about the relationship between Larloch and Ioulaum? If they ever met would it be a violent or cordial affair?They have met. More than once. Coldly cordial, because both know the other is a master manipulator. And always at work. ;} — Ed Greenwood (@TheEdVerse) July 13, 2018
Manshoon has Silver fire, was he given this before the Spellplague?
Mystra prepared for the Spellplague as her predecessor did for the time of Troubles: by trying to keep the Weave as stable and present as possible (and her survival/comeback as likely as possible, for she IS the Weave) by vesting more of her divine power in a wider array of…
Are there any uniquely Realmsian words for “snow”?
Are there any uniquely Realmsian words for “snow”? Sure. See The Great Glacier 2e sourcebook. Also, in Sword Coast AND Moonsea North: “drift” is loose blown snow, “slarr” is snow with a slippery ice coating on it, and “harra” is sleet that freezes onto surfaces to build a granular snowpack. “Rime” used at sea as in real world. — Ed Greenwood (@TheEdVerse) July 9, 2018
Is Alustriel still alive?
Certainly. See THE HERALD (last novel of The Sundering series). — Ed Greenwood (@TheEdVerse) July 19, 2018
Aurglorosa the sibilant shade, Dracolich Female shadow dragon
I don’t suppose you’d be able to furnish me with some info on Aurglorosa the sibilant shade, pretty please? Other than the entry in the 3e FR campaign guide, the internet knowledge well seems to be bone dry. Aurgloroasa, “The Sibilant Shade” CR 25 Dracolich Female shadow dragon, lairs in Thunderholme, in the Thunder Peaks. There’s a very good summary of darned near all that’s known about her at:
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In “Many Murders of Manshoon”, Elminster references “dear dead Hesperdan”
Hi once more and I hope the weekend was enjoyable, In “Many Murders of Manshoon”, El references “dear dead Hesperdan”, did El believe it to be true, and if so, how was it believed that he died.
How is gravity created in the Forgotten Realms?
@mikemearls how is gravity created in the Forgotten Realms? #DnD #faerun — Rob Walker (@iamrlw) June 10, 2018 Gravity gnomes #wotcstaff — Mike Mearls (@mikemearls) June 10, 2018
How did Jergal handle the job of corraling souls to their ends way back when?
Jergal meddled with a handful of souls, for his own purposes, but otherwise let them go where they wanted to/happened to, seeing their journeys as one more adventure that was “theirs.”