ANAUROCH SOURCEBOOK PDF
Anauroch: The Empire of Shade is an adventure module for the edition of the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game. Anauroch: The Empire of Shade is the final part of a three-part series of I was hoping for a sourcebook on the ancient Netherese ruins, the Bedine, and. In the pages of this sourcebook, Anauroch comes to life. Its dark, innermost secrets are revealed, and the colorful cultures of the Bedine — and beings far worse.
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But then the Sundering happens, and the Lathander gig is up – they are recognized as different deities, and Amaunator goes back to his roots. What happened when they got there?
Originally posted by KanzenAU What if he had become bitter? Even throw in some ‘the geography can change in an instant’, with the earth heaving up, or flash-floods, etc. Edited by – Markustay on 07 Mar Maybe put a new moor in there. As I said earlier, take the whole Rhymanthiin, the City of Hope stuff and run with it. They don’t get points for putting a random slice of the Sahara in the middle of Siberia.
Candlekeep Forum – 5th Edition Anauroch: desert is back or not?
Tales are told of Phaerimm drying off wet slaves and items by conveying them from a bath through a lifedrain sphere. The nature of the enchantment was such that it lasted a long time, long enough for the end result anxuroch be self-sustaining.
That is the meaning of true knowledge. Gyor Master of Realmslore. So it appears to be, at least-partially, a re-draining. The Yellow God wastes no time, and reinvigorates his ancient curse, turning the land to a hot desert once more – and desert sands devour the ruins of Netheril once more.
It could be pretty awesome, and oh-so-useful for placing any type of adventure because you sourebook have ‘pockets’ of any type of climate.
A dusty sunset filled the western sky with stripes of pink and orange hanging above the endless plain, a reminder that this region was once, not long ago, the vast magical desert known as Anauroch. Maybe they were uncovering something under the ice “best left forgotten”?
Was Jergal “infected” and his “cure” was to give up his portfolios before he lost his own core self?
Was there any mention of how the Bedine bedouins are doing in the 5th edition timeline? They’re actually pretty good at it – wnauroch had quite a while to ponder the issue while they’ve been away, and they’ve got some potent fertility magic specifically for the situation.
On rereading the SCAG for another thread, came across this gem, from the timeline in It could even be a neat reversal of the fantasyland stereotypes, but newp.
So yeah, they need to get right on that. So it’s a constant battle for them, trying to keep the land fertile while the phaerimm drain constantly threatens to sourcebok it infertile though the drain is no doubt less powerful than it was in the true days of Netheril.
Once again I find myself agreeing with Markustay’s comments Perhaps my earlier guess of At’ar’s potential involvement in the Sword being hotter than other regions wasn’t so far off the mark.
Pages using deprecated image syntax Use dmy dates from June All stub articles. Netherese weather engineering “should” have created large enough lakes, like the Shadow Sea and the Nether Sea, that it would moderate temperature and humidity somewhat in their vicinity.
The original castings have likely faded away by now; I’m assuming the phaerimm wouldn’t have continued to cast the spell after Netheril fell.
Anauroch (forgotten Realms) Ad&d 2nd Ed Sourcebook TSR Fr13
Use of this mighty spell is thought to have created much of the lifelessness at the heart of the vast desert of Anauroch! Like the famous Gobi over in China and Mongolia. So, he made the sun burn the area forever more, turning it from a temperate desert to a blazing hot desert.
I think it’s a great story point, not a setting flaw. I soucebook think the alternate explanation of an enduring enchantment is also possible though I admittedly lack familiarity with much of the old lore.
I like to think that the Shades had only begun to restore Anauroch and that other than certain patches had not fully restored the desert in their years back or so, so when things souecebook back to “normal” it wasn’t quite anzuroch large a leap.
The obvious question is “what would be there instead? So basically, we get a somewhat ‘darker’ version of Evermeet where Evermeet would actually be useful. On reflection, “the stubborn nature of Anauroch’s enchantment of barrenness” could be anuaroch either way, and foliage does seem to come back easier soufcebook would be expected if the lifedrain was still going strong.
Once there was no moisture and the soil was parched and dry, it stayed that way because the local environment had been altered. Now, we know thats really just a cosmic typo, but I was also trying to figure out why he would have gotten blamed and perhaps banished.
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So it would have to be something thats only been there since Netheril fell Alavairthae, may your skill prevail Phillip aka Sleyvas. If I were them, I’d leave the ‘blasted’ aspect of the terrain itself, and give THEM the ‘flying cities’ thing not too many, and most of them actually very small, like sourcebok.
Edited by – Markustay on 22 Apr The Anauroch Desert has nothing to do with anaudoch phaerimm eating magic. There is almost no Goblin Marches and Stonelands anymore. I don’t read it that way. That quote from the Companions does make it clear that the 4e Anauroch wasn’t beautiful green plains as could be thought from just looking at the 4e mapso it’s possible the reversal, although rapid, wasn’t quite as crazy a change as could be thought.
A change in the atmosphere over that area resulting from the insane magic the Netherese were using towards the end, making the sun hotter locally 3.
I’m not really up on my Netheril lore, but wasn’t the whole point of the Anauroch is that powerful magic affected the area?