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If there is already potential conflict between the city and the forest (as you suggest) then the evil plan practically writes itself. Have the queen hire/force mercenaries (or thugs of any stripe) to attack one side leaving evidence incriminating the other side. So for example, she could hire some thugs to attack the druids, maybe steal something from them ...


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5e: Direct information on climate is limited and scattered Currently the Sword Coast Adventurer's Guide is the best source of 5e information on the sword coast. Unfortunately (for our purpose anyway) its focus is on political groups and mentions of the climate in a given area are rare. The island realm of Evermeet is mentioned as being, "the island paradise ...


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This is what I managed to find from the creator or the Realms and Waterdeep, although it only refers to Waterdeep. From a Candlekeep forum thread from 2014 on the climate of Waterdeep: A warm current and winds both make Waterdeep more balmy than it would otherwise be. And Mount Waterdeep shelters much of the city from the direct force of storms blowing ...


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Have you considered the Queen might have done the same thing with the druids, and now the druids think the PCs are the most dangerous enemies of balance around? When you plan to put two factions against each other, you have each become unreasonably angry at the other, so that everything they say might be mistaken for excuses and the will to convince ...



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