Forgotten Realms Information Resources

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Postby Isaldur » Thu May 28, 2009 12:45 pm

Kregor wrote:
Lerytha wrote:There should be a section about old material, or something... and there, it should have a massive downloadable old Second Edition book about the North, covering Silverymoon, NPCs, etc...

Here's the weblink... they don't have EVERY 2nd edition Realms supp, but they have some good ones with some good info on more obscure areas of Faerun.

This Candlekeep page links to most of the same, but just from eyeballing they have a few more items on the Candlekeep Page than on the Wizards page.
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Re: Forgotten Realms Information Resources

Postby Harroghty » Thu May 17, 2012 1:09 am

The Tome of Treasures - A comprehensive index of publications TSR, WoTC, and beyond.

The Complete Monstrous Manual - Really.
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Re: Forgotten Realms Information Resources

Postby Kinni » Sat Mar 09, 2013 10:09 am

I've been playing D&D a while. I have a good grasp of the structure - the rules, the roles, the monsters. But, most of the adventures I have played have been short boxed one, or random ones designed from the scary brilliance of the DM. I'd like to get a better understanding of the FK setting and timeline. Can anyone suggest a "FK for Dummies" link that get give me the background that I'm looking for?

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Postby Kethyean » Sat Mar 09, 2013 12:57 pm

The best advice I could give you is volo's guides. They highlight alot of good information, or pick up some of the novels although it's not a requisite cause many players haven't ever read an FK novel! The Drizzt Do'urden books give a good all around knowledge of dwarves, drow, and other such creatures as he runs into alot of different people.
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