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By Ed Greenwood

A mass marketplace accelerated version of Ed Greenwood’s first Forgotten geographical regions novel.

Author Ed Greenwood has again to his first novel set within the Forgotten geographical regions international. operating from his unique notes, he has revised and accelerated the unconventional, constructing characters and scenes that have been reduce from the unique variation released in 1988. enthusiasts will take pleasure in this mass marketplace version of the “director’s cut” of the 1st novel in Greenwood’s tale of Shandril of Highmoon.

AUTHOR BIO: A resident of Ontario, Ed Greenwood created the Forgotten geographical regions atmosphere approximately 30 years in the past and has written 1000's of novels, articles, and video game items within the surroundings. His most modern novel is Elminster’s Daughter

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In winter, there’s also stew made of beef, game, parsnips, and fish. It’s thick, brown, greasy, and salty. If you’re chilled, it warms you up, and that’s about all the good I can muster to say of it. That’s all the food one can get, but most patrons come here because they’re thirsty, not hungry. Accordingly, the Lady offers bitterroot beer (a smoky, acquired taste), zzar, sherry, and ale. The Prices All the food is 3 cp per serving and comes on wooden platters. Hungry people will need two servings.

48 Lathtarl’s Lantern This small fishing village appears on few maps of the Realms, and most merchants don’t even know it exists 20 Part of this seclusion is because of its marshy surroundings, and part is due to its proximity to the dangerous lich hold of Larloch’s Crypt. ) Lathtarl was a pirate some 300 winters ago whose greed drove him to fall afoul of the elven ships out of Evermeet. Forced to flee for his life in a sea fight, he ran his ship ashore here as a wreck, most of his crew dead and himself a cripple, the arm and leg on one side of his body useless.

He disappeared some 20 summers ago, presumably coming to a sticky end, but until then enjoyed a colorful career of robbing rich merchants, nobles, and wizards who came through the area—and surviving! The Jester was a man of unusual height who hid his identity behind a jester’s mask. The bells of his headgear were silent and were actually magical tokens of various sorts that afforded him lucky escapes on many occasions. Several of his victims hunted him with ready spells or many swords or both, and he somehow outfaced them and sent them fleeing, their hireswords slain and their plans shattered.

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