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Realms of the Underdark (Forgotten Realms Anthology)

by J. Robert King

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  • 13 Currently reading

Published by Wizards of the Coast .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fantasy,
  • Science fiction,
  • Literary,
  • Fiction - Fantasy,
  • Fiction,
  • Fantasy - Anthologies,
  • Fantasy - Dark/Horror,
  • Fiction / Fantasy / General,
  • Non-Classifiable

  • The Physical Object
    FormatMass Market Paperback
    Number of Pages345
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8143871M
    ISBN 100786904879
    ISBN 109780786904877

      That's it really. I've got a list- last count books (although that number may go up) and I've given myself 10 years to get through them. I've looked at a variety of websites (thanks to the fine people here at ENWorld) which tell me what order I should read the books, but the bugger is. The Underdark is the vast network of underground caverns and tunnels underneath the surface of Toril. Contents[show] Levels World Above The surface area of Toril. The name those who live in the Underdark give the surface. Upperdark The first three miles below the surface. It is here where the surface dwellers and those in the Underdark most often meet. Middledark Located three to ten miles.

      I distinctly recall wanting to like this one, but not being able to, something I chalk up to what I said before about Elaine Cunningham's writing style. From what (admittedly little) I remember, the book simply felt disjointed in its presentation. Taken in isolation, the plot progression. The Drow of the Underdark was written by Ed Greenwood for use with AD&D, and focuses primarily on the drow of the Forgotten Realms campaign setting. The book features cover art by Jeff Easley, and interior art by Tim Bradstreet and Rick Harris.. This book details the nature of dark elves, dark elven society, drow religion (including Eilistraee, Ghuanadar/The Elder Elemental God, Lolth, and.

      Meanwhile, the Forgotten Realms supplement Underdark () portrayed the drow realms by building on the rich details of the game’s second edition supplements and the many related novels. The drow got even more attention in a new Drow of the Underdark supplement (), but that was more of a monster book than a look at the geography of the.   One of the groups I play with are huge into the Forgotten Realms (pre-SP of course) and wanted to see the races from the Underdark book carried over! The ones that aren't already converted or easily refluffed were converted over. Chitine: Chitine Racial Traits.


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Realms of the Underdark is edited by J. Robert King was released in This anthology has five short stories by Mark Anthony, Ed Greenwood, Elaine Cunningham, Roger E.

Moore, and Brian M. Thomsen. Thomsen also writes the preface and the postscript. As you can guess, the stories written in here have to do with the Underdark and those who live there/5(13). "Realms of the Underdark" is a collection of short stories set in the Forgotten Realms setting.

The Underdark is an evil place deep underground populated by all manner of foul creatures from aboleth and kuo-toa to Illithids and dark dwarves, but the top of the food chain are the drow-the dark elves/5.

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