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By Clayton Emery

Lurking within the ruins is a bad story of greed, strength, and revenge.  The Protector crawls forth, the coloration of a lifeless urban whose rulers refuse to die, and younger partners in far away epochs study of a dreadful future they can not get away . . . and a dangerous hazard to all they carry dear.

The misplaced Empires sequence uncovers the secrets and techniques of the traditional civilizations of the Forgotten Realms world.  Why did Cursrah fall?  Who was once the superstar of Cursrah?  and the way can a long-dead urban threaten the fashionable realm of Calimshan?Uncover the secrets and techniques for your self - for those who dare.

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