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This section is a stub. You can help us by expanding it. Halruaa Main article: Halruaa Halruaa was a land of magic. Ruled by King Zalathorm Kirkson in the capital city of Halarahh , the fabled, quiet and wealthy magocracy was justly depicted as full of wonder.
Created by archwizards foreseeing the fall of Netheril , Halruaa combined the peace and harmony of Cormyr with the magic powers of Thay. Nearly all arcane casting Halruaans were wizards , with one third of the total populace having some sort of magical powers.
With such ever-present power, it was likely their strict laws or perhaps their inherent nature prevented their entire nation from being reduced to dust and ash years ago. Luiren Main article: Luiren Luiren was known as the land of the halflings since its population was almost completely comprised of their race.
It was a small kingdom with a population of about , inhabitants ruled by the halfling theocrat Faran Ferromar.
Travelers to Luiren were often surprised to find the locals adventurous and bold as opposed to fat and quiet like the typical halflings found elsewhere.
The capital city of Luiren was Beluir , a coastal city of 27, in the longitudinal center of the realm.
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Arkaiun Outlook Races and Regions and service in the military. Outside that nation, Arkaiuns simply blend in with the habits of those around them. Some Arkaiuns live in the wilds beyond the immediate control of the Crinti and still uphold their traditional ways, insisting on observing the nomadic lifestyle and ceremonies they maintained before the coming of the drow. In these cases, Arkaiuns are a savage people, as is evidenced in their occasional veneration of Malar as the master of the hunt. Theseindividuals are rare, however. Spellcasting Tradition: Since spellcasting among Crinti-ruled Arkaiuns is forbidden, the people have no discernible spellcasting tradition. Unique Spells: None.
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This section is a stub. You can help us by expanding it. Halruaa Main article: Halruaa Halruaa was a land of magic. Ruled by King Zalathorm Kirkson in the capital city of Halarahh , the fabled, quiet and wealthy magocracy was justly depicted as full of wonder. Created by archwizards foreseeing the fall of Netheril , Halruaa combined the peace and harmony of Cormyr with the magic powers of Thay.
Shaktimuro Even so, the folk who by proximity serve as a first line of defense remain ever-watchful for the gray-skinned riders. Pages with related products. And well worth the price. For the most part, Halruaa is a warm, humid land, with temperatures ranging from more than degrees in the summer to between 80 and 90 degrees in the winter. The inside gatefold cover contains a description of Luiren specialty priests, while the outside gatefold cover presents a color map of the city of Vaelen. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Large facings and supports made of transparent material — or sometimes magical force — give the whole building an open, airy feel.