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  • Peoples of Faerun

    Faerun is home to many races, some of them immigrants from other worlds who found their way here in ancient times when gates and portals were more plentiful, and easier to traverse. Others are relative newcomers to the world, still finding a place for …

  • Dwarves

    The Stout Folk are deliberate and steadfast, with a proud history as great artisans, builders, and warriors. Although the glory of their empires faded long ago, the dwarves still hold to their ancient ways and traditions. They stubbornly defend what …

  • Humans

    Humans dwell in every corner of Toril and encompass a full range of cultures and ethnicities. Along the Sword Coast and across the North, humans are the most pervasive of the races and in many places the most dominant. Their cultural and societal …

  • Barbarians

    Closest to the dark elves, Pwent lowered his head, with its long helmet spike, and impaled one elf through the chest, blasting through the fine mesh of drow armor easily and brutally. The second drow managed to deflect the next battler ager’s …

  • Bards

    Bards hold a special place of responsibility and respect in the Forgotten Realms. They are bearers of news, gossip, and messages in their travels from place to place, in addition to being living storehouses of history and folklore. Bards know a great …

  • Clerics

    The gods are most active through their chosen clerics, who carry out the gods’ work on the Material Plane. A typical cleric in Faerun serves a single divine patron, but some individuals feel called to serve a group, such as the elemental gods [[ …

  • Druids

    The druids of the Realms venerate nature in all its forms, as well as the gods of the First Circle, those deities closest to the power and majesty of the natural world. That group of gods includes [[Chauntea]], [[Eldath]], [[Mielikki]], [[Silvanus]], …

  • Fighters

    "Slow to learn, aren't they?" a white-haired old knight who'd lost his helm in the last fray drawled. "This is getting to be like a proper romp in the Dragonjaws , it is! I'll have to get my minstrel to write a …

  • Monks

    The fat man straightened his black-and-gold vest, lowered his round head, and charged. 

    Danica waited until he was right in front of her, and to the onlookers it appeared as if the woman would be buried beneath mounds of …

  • Paladins

    Some people are warriors of superior virtue. They exemplify a host of traits that folk consider honorable, just, and good. These warriors aspire to be the best people they can. When such a warrior also has great devotion to a particular deity, that god …

  • Rangers

    Montolio held out his arm, and the great owl promptly hopped onto it, carefully finding its footing on the man's heavy leather sleeve. 

    “ You have seen the drow?” Montolio asked. 

    The …

  • Rogues

    There are those whose abilities lie not with sword or the Art, but with quiet motion, dexterous action, and stealth. Such talents often lead to illegal endeavors, which plague most major cities, but can be placed to good use in dealing with dangerous …

  • Sorcerers

    The Weave of magic infuses every part of the Realms, and some people have the natural ability to perceive, touch, and shape the Weave. Some inherit this ability from a magical ancestor such as a dragon or an angel, others gain it by accident from …

  • Warlocks

    Given their dealings with often sinister otherworldly patrons in exchange for power, warlocks don’t have a sterling reputation in the Realms. Even well-meaning warlocks are viewed with suspicion and justifiable caution. Some wizards feel the very …

  • Wizards

    The First Hilt parried a clumsy axe swing and caught the rhythm of the wizard’s spell. It was one with which he was well familiar. Using his free hand, the bladesinger mirrored his opponent’s casting then sent his considerable power out …

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