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So, officially 3.5 is supposed to be more-or-less backwards compatible with 3.0, and Wizards was supposed to update anything that needed explicit updating and everything else just needed generic massaging to fit into place. In reality, though, that’s not the case, and no one ever really suggested it was. Updating material for 3.5 was always laid in the DM’s ...


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"Word on the street" has it that Ed Greenwood confirmed that both Vhaeraun and Eilistraee have been resurrected in 5th edition. Not sure what the source of that claim is, though. The current state of Forgotten Realms in 5th edition appears to be very much unclear, with things seeming mostly back to how they were in 3rd edition, but except for the Sword ...


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5e is not set in the Forgotten Realms. As with any other D&D edition out there, it is set in a world of your choice, be it an official world like FR or PoL, or in one you created yourself. It just so happens that the first bunch of offical adventures have been set in the Realms, and that the developers chose to have FR as the default setting, because it ...


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Traveling by sea might have been really dangerous - not more than traveling by land in certain areas - mostly because of living hazards. Crews that do not pay homage and make sacrifices to Umberlee, or that are not protected by Valkur or Shaundakul, might be ambushed by creatures of the deep, and the same goes for enemies of the Society of the Kraken. Some ...



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