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By Lisa Smedman

Medusanna
A priestess of terrifying strength convinces the
Se’sehen
A yuan-ti tribe from the far-off jungles of Chult to serve her transforming into cult of
Sseth
The cruel god of the serpent those who languishes within the foul aircraft of
Smaragh
Where a trapped and determined Karell can in simple terms wish Arvin will locate her earlier than the
House of Serpents
ultimately destroys their final desire for freedom.

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Many within the Cult of the Dragon still hold much enmity toward the former High Lady of Silverymoon, blaming her for much of Sammaster’s anguish during his life. ” Whether the undead pair intend to act merely as observers or as the vanguard for a larger Cult strike force is unknown. Pox and Saurglyce of Yartar The Cult Today • 37 Dracoliches of Note Below are detailed three dracoliches of note, and later in this chapter a list of most of the known dracoliches and Cult-affiliated dragons is presented.

Pox and Saurglyce of Yartar The Cult Today • 37 Dracoliches of Note Below are detailed three dracoliches of note, and later in this chapter a list of most of the known dracoliches and Cult-affiliated dragons is presented. Elsewhere in this book (in the Magic and Monsters of the Cult chapter) is a selection of dragon spells that all dragons and dracoliches may cast. These magical capabilities should be kept in mind when facing any of these fearsome creatures. Aurgloroasa, “The Sibilant Shade” Aurgloroasa (ore-GLOR-oh-ASS-ah) is a dracolich who was a venerable shadow dragon before her transformation.

Over the next 33 years, the ambitions of Thunderholme’s high priest of Dumathoin grew—as did his madness and his obsession with death. He took to calling the voice from the shadows the “Sibilant Shade,” a title which pleased Aurgloroasa well. By following the advice of the ever-present whispers in the shadows, Dagan rose to a preeminent position in Thunderholme, second only to King Emerlin III. When the aging monarch died in his sleep shortly after the disappearance of his only child, the crown prince, on a trade mission to Selgaunt in the Year of Bane’s Brood (1034 DR), Dagan was quickly named Regent of Thunderholme.

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