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The Second Crown War begins. In the centuries the followed, Myth Drannor’s defenders overcame racial tensions, orc attacks, and a resurgent Cult of Moander. The information here is too setting-specific to be used as-is in most home campaigns, but there’s still plenty of inspiration to be had. The Fifth Crown War begins when the Vyshaantar Empire rebels against the proclamations of the Elven Court, which direct the elves of Aryvandaar to repudiate their Vyshaan rulers.
Several of the city’s farun houses migrated to purely elven enclaves, and humans and dwarves realmz their vacant villas.
Other empires were brought down by civil war, internal politics, or strange, monstrous foes, but Cormanthyr’s fall was largely the handiwork of fiendish forces.
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Other books in the series. The Crown Wars halt for a time while the elves reassess what they have done.
The subsequent hatching of Garnetallisar and his growth into an honorable being was a wonderful breakthrough, but his presence would eventually lead to fulfillment of the conditions needed to release the Trio Nefarious. He began fulfillment of this vow by opening Cormanthyr’s borders to a few select non-elf wizards, druids, and settlers.
Its capital was Myth Drannor, the City of Song, which produced marvels of magic, art, and poetry. After the vicious fighting of the Crown Wars, the Elven Court became the first permanent settlement in the Arcorar the forest that would later become Cormanthor. The Sundering occurs, and Evermeet is created with elven high magic.
The return of this item marked the next step in welcoming other races to Cormanthyr. Unity seemed the only answer, but it remained an elusive goal. All dark elves are transformed into drow and driven underground, thus ending the Fourth Crown War.
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empiges His interests include gaming naturallyhistory, hiking, racquetball, and the Philadelphia Phillies. The Khovanilessa Trio Nefariousthree nycaloths[MM3] summoned by Netherese arcanists, rampaged through Cormanthyr during this period as well and were imprisoned by elven high magic. Mac Mathghamhna rated it it was ok Apr 09, Several of the more senior enpires split off to form a group called the Eternal Srinnala, which was dedicated to pursuing the wishes the Srinshee had expressed before she vanished.
Dimitrios Sfikas rated it really liked it Aug 24, Upon the death of Coronal Oacenth, Coronal Kahvoerm declared the lands of Cormanthor to be a single, united kingdom, and a single, united people. The Vyshaantar Empire occupies all the remaining elven realms on Faerun and begins colonization of Evermeet. The church of Lolth rises to prominence. Without the Srinshee’s guidance, the court mages fragmented to pursue separate agendas. Whether they venerated Corellon, Moradin, Yondalla, Garl Glittergold, or one of the countless human deities, the clerics shepherded the city as best they could through the troubled years.
Fortress of the Yuan-Ti. The Dream of Cormanthyron pagesdescribed the fabled realm of Myth Drannor. This agreement promised peace and friendship between the humans and the elves and granted the Dalesmen the right to dwell in the cleared land around Cormanthor, provided that they cut only deadwood and bramble from the forest.
But before the required mourning period had passed, Eltargrim’s heir, Aravae Irithyl, was murdered.
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PCs wishing to research the Crown Wars are likely to encounter strong resistance unless everyone in the group is an elf. The denizens of the Underdark conquered the dwarven realm of Sarphil and razed and despoiled the Elven Court.
Because fasrun of the nobles still blamed non-elves for the fall of the empire, humans, dwarves, and members of other races were no longer welcome in Cormanthyr. Resistance movements spring up in Miyeritar and Shantel Othreier. In the decades following the tragic Claiming Ceremony, the City of Song and indeed, all Cormanthyr split into numerous political factions, forming an intricate and deadly web of intrigue that rivaled any drow court.