Download Homeland (Forgotten Realms: The Dark Elf Trilogy, Book 1; by R. A. Salvatore PDF

By R. A. Salvatore

This beautiful iteration of the vintage R.A. Salvatore novel recounts the origins of Salvatore's signature darkish elf personality Drizzt Do'Urden and is the first-ever liberate of this Forgotten nation-states novel identify in hardcover. This name kicks off The Legend of Drizzt sequence, so one can exhibit the vintage darkish elf novels in new, deluxe hardcover variants. each one name will characteristic annotations through the writer, all- new conceal paintings, and forewords written by means of those that became conversant in Salvatore and Drizzt over the years.

(Uploader's observe: it is a retail EPUB. It doesn't have the formatting matters the former replica uploaded the following does, and appears appealing on my nook.)

Show description

Read Online or Download Homeland (Forgotten Realms: The Dark Elf Trilogy, Book 1; The Legend of Drizzt, Book 1) PDF

Best dungeons & dragons books

Murder in Cormyr (Forgotten Realms)

Bored with the political machinations of his egotistical fellow wizards, Benelaius retires from the school of struggle Wizards to soak up residency in Cormyr, the place he lives peacefully until eventually he and his legman, Jasper, are compelled to enquire the homicide of a messenger from King Azoun. 25,000 first printing.

City of Fire (D&D Retrospective, Book 4)

The fourth novel in keeping with the recent variation of the Dungeons & Dragons game.

In the sands of an exceptional wilderness, a once-heroic paladin has became to evil and enlisted a military of gnolls to assist retrieve a strong relic, reputed to be stored within the vaults of town of fireplace. in the event that they locate it, the realm won't ever back be at peace.

Can a celebration of 4 cease a military of hundreds of thousands?

Mysteries of the Moonsea (Dungeons & Dragons d20 3.5 Fantasy Roleplaying, Forgotten Realms Supplement)

Mysteries of the Moonsea™Thomas M. Reid Sean ok ReynoldsDarrin Drader Wil Upchurch A crusade Arc for Characters of degrees 1—18The Moonsea–a perilous frontier governed by means of tyrants and threatened through monsters. right here towns fed on via decadence and battle upward thrust and fall just like the solar, and conspiracies abound.

Player's Guide to Faerun (Dungeons & Dragons d20 3.5 Fantasy Roleplaying, Forgotten Realms Accessory)

The heroes of the Forgotten geographical regions are as assorted and sundry because the areas from which they hail. This number of Faer? nian lore and arcana enables you to create and equip an never-ending array of characters braced for the demanding situations they’ll come upon. From races, feats, and spells to status periods, magic goods, and extra, Player’s advisor to Faer?

Extra info for Homeland (Forgotten Realms: The Dark Elf Trilogy, Book 1; The Legend of Drizzt, Book 1)

Sample text

The baby’s head appeared, more fully this time, and this time to stay. Briza trembled and could barely remember the incantation herself. She whispered the final rune into the matron’s ear, almost fearing the consequences. Malice gathered her breath and her courage. She could feel the tingling of the spell as clearly as the pain of the birth. To her daughters standing around the idol, staring at her in disbelief, she appeared as a red blur of heated fury, streaking sweat lines that shone as brightly as the heat of boiling water.

Red-glowing gargoyles, the standard of the house, glared down from a hundred perches like silent sentries. This was House DeVir, Fourth House of Menzoberranzan. A stockade of tall mushrooms ringed the place, every fifth one a shrieker, a sentient fungus named (and favored as guardians) for the shrill cries of alarm it emitted whenever a living being passed it by. Dinin kept a cautious distance, not wanting to set off one of the shriekers and knowing also that other, more deadly wards protected the fortress.

Dinin found his satisfaction by calling on the innate powers of his race. He summoned a globe of darkness—impervious to both infravision and normal sight—in the fleeing creatures’ path. He supposed that it was unwise to call such attention to himself, but a moment later, when he heard crashing and sputtered curses as the bugbears stumbled blindly over the stones, he felt it was worth the risk. His anger sated, he moved off again, picking a more careful route through the heat shadows. As a member of the tenth house of the city, Dinin could go as he pleased within the giant cavern without question, but Matron Malice had made it clear that no one connected to House Do’Urden was to be caught anywhere near the mushroom grove.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.10 of 5 – based on 26 votes