Races of Faerûn is an optional supplemental sourcebook for the Forgotten Realms campaign setting for the 3rd edition of Dungeons & Dragons. The subraces of Faerûn also vary from those presented in the Player’s Handbook The elves have difficulty forgetting that the first human empires of Netheril. Races of Faerun (Dungeons & Dragons d20 Fantasy Roleplaying, Forgotten Realms Setting) [Sean K. Reynolds, Matt Forbeck, James Jacobs, Eric L. Boyd].

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Zach rated it it was amazing Aug 20, Jason rated it really liked it Jul 25, Dozens of aquatic elf settlements, including rraces great city of Myth Nantar, lie scattered through the waters of the western and central Sea of Caerun Stars.

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Gealms halfling realm of Mieritin once stood on the eastern shore of Lake Esmel. They make no exceptions. This beautiful area is home to the mysterious race known as the slyths. The Genie’s Curse Birthright: The languages automatically known by all characters from this region, regardless of Intelligence score.

These people are ready to fight for what they need, hide from race who would subdue them, and die before they surrender their freedom.


The trade cities of Thesk are home to thousands of human Shou immigrants, refugees, and expatriates who have come to the western end of the Golden Way in search of a new beginning in new lands. Half-orcs have pale green skin, jutting jaws, prominent teeth and coarse body-hair.

The Great Gray Land of Thar, north of the Moonsea, is well known for its population of fierce mountain orc tribes.

Fictional regions Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. Ryan, Michael March 7, Some particularly wealthy areas offer gold pieces as one of the options.

Races of Faerûn (Forgotten Realms) (Dungeons & Dragons 3rd Edition)

Home to small, independent city-states such as Tantras and Raven’s Bluff, the Vast is renowned as a land where adventurers can make names for themselves. Many escaped into the Underdark wilds, led by Ibrandul the Skulking Racces.

Member feedback about Phaerimm: Forgotten Realms deities Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. Heir to the long-lost elf kingdoms of the North, Silverymoon is home to many who have both moon elf and human blood.

If you choose a home region preferred by your character class, you may select regional feats appropriate to that region. Locke has also created ultra-violent watercolor paintings to be used as album covers for the death metal band Cannibal Corpse.

The Inner Sea – Elf: Mulan are generally tall, slim, and sallow-skinned, with eyes of hazel or brown.

Races of Faerûn

The dust para-genasi, the ice para-genasi, the flrgotten para-genasi, the ooze para-genasi, racez smoke para-genasi, and the steam para-genasi appeared in Dragon July Dreams of the Past, on pages 36—50, examines how the ancient past plays a role in the modern Realms. However, there is some overlap, especially among the deities of nonhuman races. Fictional populated places Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. A deep gnome from any city similar to what Blingdenstone was before its ruin could choose this region.


For example, Vartok the gold dwarf might be from the Smoking Mountains of Unther, but he can choose either gold dwarf or Unther as his native region, and he race the benefits for the region of his choice if he selects a character class listing the region he chooses as a preferred region. Not all of Cormanthyr’s surface elves have abandoned their ancient home.

The Smoking Mountains – Dwarf: It is described as an aquatic monster with a rude intelligence, that is fond of eating human flesh. The volodni region describes a pine folk native to the Forest of Lethyr. While half-elves are common in many of the Dales, the land of Deepingdale is home to more half-moon elves and half-wood elves than any other place for hundreds of miles around.