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I'm getting ready to DM a Forgotten Realms campaign against the Wall, but I'm not sure if I have all the information I could have.

This will be a sequel to the last campaign we had, where one of the characters managed to get most of the others interested in joining him in a crusade as soon as the preparations are complete; the player in question got the idea after playing a game called Mask of the Betrayer.

Now, I haven't played this game but plan on watching a playthrough of it, but I'm wondering if there's any more information in a book or a supplement or something that I could read; the more info I have on it the better prepared I'll be.

This will be under d&d 3.5e, so anything specific to 4e won't be of use to me. Aside from that, though, anything you could find will be greatly appreciated.

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Random tip, yandros, you don't necessarily need to include setting or system name in the title if it doesn't flow naturally. It's added automatically via the largest tag. –  Brian Ballsun-Stanton Feb 23 '12 at 17:32
    
Well, yeah, but the largest tag is dnd-3.5e, and in this particular question it's not really the most important thing, it's just so nobody gives me any 4e info... –  Yandros Feb 23 '12 at 20:51
    
Seems like as this is a question about lore and not rules, it would make more sense to restrict the information you want to pre-Spellplague lore, not necessarily 3.5. I'm sure there's Forgotten Realms lore older than the content released during 3E that will apply. This is also has the benefit of sounding less edition war-y. –  adamjford Feb 23 '12 at 22:40
    
Sounds good to me. –  Yandros Feb 23 '12 at 22:55
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Here are some links about the Wall of the Faithless: NWN2 Wiki and FR Wiki

I've read a lot of game books and novels set in the FR, but not much is mentioned about the WotF. The only place where it plays a major role is the game expansion Neverwinter Nights 2: Mask of the Betrayer

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Yeah, I guess they didn't elaborate much on it until MoB. I'm surprised, though, since it's a pretty controversial issue. –  Yandros Feb 25 '12 at 22:58
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