The only people to call Anauroch home were the nomadic Bedine tribes and a small Zhentarim garrison, tasked with patrolling and defending a line of oases. I believe Anauroch: The Sundering of the World is the correct title of this adventure, the “Empire of Shade” bit is only used in the image, and as far as I can tell. Check out this new article Wizards of the Coast posted recently: Anauroch: The Sundering of the World Art Gallery Whether you’re continuing.
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Ergdusch Master of Realmslore. United Kingdom Posts. At your Behest Seeker. Rinonalyrna Fathomlin Great Reader. Asgetrion Master of Realmslore. The Sundering of the World.
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Bocklin Learned Scribe Germany Posts. This time by Sean K. The third part of the FR “grand adventure” for FR3 Anaruoch is the final part of a three-part series of page hardcover super-adventures set in the Forgotten Realms campaign setting. It can also be easily played as a stand-alone high-level adventure.
In addition to encounters, this book contains detailed source material on the land of Anauroch, home of ancient Netherese ruins and the Empire of Shade. Ergdusch Master of Realmslore Germany Posts. Now, might just be me that has missed parts 1 and Who can point me int he right direction.
Originally posted by Ergdusch Now, might just be me that has missed parts 1 and There’s confusion over the border here in the flatlands as well. The links point me to The Twilight Tomb, which as “page adventure”s go was a tad shorter than Anyway, I shall look forward to Anauroch. Anaurohc from the States? But don’t hold it against me. I’ll try not to Just try not to say anything too loud or crass.
The Tearing of the Weave Shadowdale: The Scouring of the Land Parts 1 and 2 of said super adventure there. I, personally, am looking forward greatly to these. Lots of great names involved with them, and lore on some very interesting places, albeit it not much.
At your Behest Seeker Germany 46 Posts. Parts 1 and 2 are going to be “Cormyr: The Tearing of the Weave” and “Shadowdale: I have no links handy but I’m sure someone can direct yhe. But a Forum search should do Beware the beast man, for he is the Devil’s pawn. Alone among God’s primates, he kills for sport or lust or greed. Yeah, he will murder his brother to possess his brother’s land. Let him not breed in great numbers, for he will make a desert of his home and yours.
Shun him, for he is the harbinger of death. Edited by – At your Behest on 02 Feb Dank je Uzzy en Behest!
I’ll look forward to all three parts. MaxKaladin Learned Scribe 77 Posts. I don’t suppose these are going to be low-key adventures, are they? Snotlord Senior Scribe Norway Posts. Obviously there is a bit of hyperbole in the subtitles to the adventures. Unless they plan on doing a Saga system version of Forgotten Realms shudder I doubt they will be permanently “Tearing the Weave,” so I doubt that the “world” will literally be “sundered.
There is definately precedence in FR adventures to be “high stakes. I don’t mind high stakes. I’m starting to wonder about the author credits on a lot of books, because Eytan mentioned here at Candlekeep how much content he has in the Magic Item Compendium, but I’ve not seen his name on it.
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Poets and philosophers are alike in being big with wonder. Originally posted by KnightErrantJR Obviously there is a bit of hyperbole in the subtitles to the adventures. In this case it’s really the subtitle that has my eyes rolling. Perchance we live to dream. From that perspective, the sea of troubles we navigate in the workaday world might be the price we pay for admission to another night in the world of dreams.
Faraer Great Reader Posts. It’s the kind of bombast that Ed satirizes in the chapbooks Storm and Sylune like to read, and is distasteful and bad for the Realms whether or not the contents match the titles.
But I ran out of ire about this and am waiting for the books. I realize there is a certain amount of hyperbole involved in these titles. I also expect that there will be a metaphorical ‘sundering’, so to speak. If there is anything I’ve learned recently from trying to figure out what all has changed in the last few years, it’s that they’re not afraid to have big events that affect signifcant chunks of the realms.
I suppose what actually brought the comment on was a conversation I had with a couple of my players last weekend. I was talking about all the things that had changed in the realms and was describing what had happened to Cormyr. By the time I got to the upcoming Cormyr module with it’s title about ‘Tearing the Weave’, one of my players was laughing and shaking his head and the other one was giving me this skeptical ‘and you want to run a campaign in this world’ look.
With that conversation fresh in my mind, I felt compelled to comment when I saw the “Sundering of the World” part. And in 3rd Ed, City of the Spider Queen is high level and for high stakes, but doesn’t necessarily shake too much up. Your point about discrepencies between the text and cover – it’s not the only one, as I mentioned in one of the other threads, the subtitles don’t match up. Life is either daring adventure or nothing.
Arcanum Acolyte 8 Posts. Originally posted by Rinonalyrna Fathomlin quote: I know everyone can figure this out, unless they think that the point of the adventures are to be the “Apocalypse Stone” for the Forgotten Realms, which I sincerely doubt. I guess the point that I wanted to make, upon review, is that the titles are generally made by people that aren’t the ones writing the adventure.
For my money Codex Anethema is the coolest sounding book you could come up with for aberrations, but hey, I’m not in marketing these days. I mean, the title probably refers to what happens if the characters mess up. It’s probably more what they have to prevent than what is actually happening.
Would be my guess. Asgetrion Master of Realmslore Finland Posts. It was innovative and ground-breaking in many ways, introducing a completely new resolution mechanic that was based on storytelling. It also gave the players more control over the fate of their characters, and featured the simplest and BEST magic system I’ve ever seen! Ahem, alright, except in Ars Magica ; I have also read that this very system has inspired some of the finest indie rpg designers.
Ask me tomorrow – I can be sure of giving you the right answer then.
Jorkens Great Reader Norway Posts. As much as I loved the idea of the SAGA system and the products themselves I could never get a safe enough grip on the rules to actually make use of the system.
I am still a bit sunxering of these adventures, especially because of the bombast of the titles. Sooner or later one of these is going to have wide scale consequences. Although it could be the fall of the whole Shade thing, which wouldn’t bother me. Time will show though.
Now, it did not pass by me that the two adventures Sundwring and Shadowdale are being published this year but what I have missed so far was that they were designed as worod ‘ three-part series of hardcover super-adventures set ‘, according to WotC. I wonder how ghe they are actually linked with each other. Judging from the ‘links’ provided on the respective product pages – not at all! Originally posted by Ergdusch Now, it did not pass by me that the two adventures Cormy and Shadowdale are being published this year but what I have missed so far was that they were designed as a ‘ three-part series of hardcover super-adventures set ‘, according to WotC.
I thought they said from the get-go it was a three part series. When hinges creak in doorless chambers and strange and frightening sounds echo through the halls, whenever candlelights flicker where the air is deathly still, that is the time when ghosts are present, practicing their terror with ghoulish delight.
Originally posted by MerrikCale I thought they said from the get-go it was a three part series They did, I think Ergdusch was just saying that he hadn’t realised it. Originally posted by Reefy quote: That is, now that I have I am very intrigued to find out how exactly On a side sunering But that might just be me My fellow scribes and sages I seriously suspect that we will finally discover the secret buried within those ominous pyramids Originally posted by Asgetrion My fellow scribes and sages