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In this sourcebook, the author of the Icewind Dales trilogy explores this frozen region. Presented for players and DMs alike are people, places, and events that shaped the Bloodstone Lands-the political movers and shakers who carved their own brand of civilization from the rocks and ice. In addition to this insider information, there are 10 new adventure scenario suggestions for all levels of play, from beginner to advanced, allowing campaigning in the Bloodstone Lands to continue long after exploring the mines themselves and conquering Orcus.
Prepare then to enter the barbaric kingdoms of Vaasa and Damara-the Bloodstone Lands. Salvatore, is the ninth book in the "FR" series of sourcebooks for the Forgotten Realms. It was released in November Continuing the "FR" Sourcebooks.
Well, mostly unchanged. In fact, it was the first such book in a full year, since FR6: "Dreams of the Red Wizards" had been published the previous November! Adventuring Tropes.
Expanding the Realms. Instead, the Great Glacier extended further south. As a result, the Great Glacier was pushed back and the countries of Vaasa and Damara were added to the Realms, alongside the eponymous Pass itself. After that H4: "The Throne of Bloodstone" finished off the series and the initial detailing of the region. It also describes the nearby countries of Narfell and Impiltur.
The back cover claims that the Bloodstone Lands include Icewind Dale. Mind you, some fans says that they consider the two lands redundant, and more than one has reported placing Icewind Dale in the Bloodstone Lands in their own Realms!
Future History. He later returned to the castle in a short story. It was originally planned as a Drizzt and Wulfgar story, but when it appeared in an anthology called Halflings, Hobbits, Warrows, and Weefolk it became a halfling story called "A Sparkle for Homer". About the Creators. Please feel free to mail corrections, comments, and additions to shannon. Customers Who Bought this Title also Purchased.
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