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Forgotten Realms Campaign Guide: Roleplaying Game Supplement (Dungeons & Dragons Campaign)by Bruce R Cordell
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Dark perils and great deeds await!
Welcome to Faerûn, a land of amazing magic, terrifying monsters, ancient ruins, and hidden wonders. The world has changed since the Spellplague, and from this arcane crucible have emerged shining kingdoms, tyrannical empires, mighty heroes, and monster-infested dungeons. The Forgotten Realms Campaign Guide presents a world of untold adventure; a land of a thousand stories shaped by the deeds of adventurers the likes of which Faerûn has never seen before.
This book includes everything a Dungeon Master needs to run a D&D campaign in the Forgotten Realms setting, as well as elements that DMs can incorporate into their own D&D campaigns. The book provides background information on the lands of Faerûn, a fully detailed town in which to start a campaign, adventure seeds, new monsters, ready-to-play non-player characters, and a full-color poster map of Faerûn.
This guide presents a world of untold adventure and includes everything a Dungeon Master needs to run a D&D campaign.
About the Author
RICHARD BAKER is a senior game designer at Wizards of the Coast as well as a New York Times best-selling author of the Forgotten Realms novel Condemnation.
BRUCE R. CORDELL is an Origins award-winning game designer for Wizards of the Coast, Inc. He has also written several Forgotten Realms novels.
ED GREENWOOD is the creator of the Forgotten Realms setting, as well as the author of numerous Forgotten Realms novels and roleplaying game products.
CHRIS SIMS is a game designer for Wizards of the Coast, Inc. and has worked on numerous 3rd-Edition game supplements and adventures.
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