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Posted - 29 Nov 2017 :  17:17:32  Show Profile Send realmslore2000 a Private Message  Reply with Quote  Delete Topic
I'm working on building an archeologist and am looking for titles of books and brief description that could be found in his/her library..and also any names for an archeological schools anywhere in faerun

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Posted - 29 Nov 2017 :  17:20:33  Show Profile Send BrennonGoldeye a Private Message  Reply with Quote
The Gemology of Grumph.
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Posted - 29 Nov 2017 :  21:39:31  Show Profile Send Wooly Rupert a Private Message  Reply with Quote
I'd start with the Book List for Tomes in Candlekeep.

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Posted - 29 Nov 2017 :  22:32:02  Show Profile Send Diffan a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Play through the first 2 to 3 chapters of Baldur's Gate and just write down the huge amount of reference tomes found therein.

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Posted - 03 Dec 2017 :  21:19:49  Show Profile Send Starshade a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Some D&D worlds, like Eberron got them (Morgrave University, in Sharn). FR? No idea about canonical FR though. Could sneak them in trough institutions of higher learning, universities, or as a 'colleges' making the coffers of rich patrons full of nice loot (basically, proffesional grave robbers).
Mages colleges, could have some oddball mage studying old lore. Like a specialist in Netheril. Add 2-3 curators of old artefacts, basically a bookbinder, a chemist and a artefact specialist aiding the mage. Add a narrow field, as Netheril quasimagical items, or Imaskari fiend lore.
Library of Candlekeep: Basically specialists in digging up books. One or two divine spellcasters and a bard, or book antiquarian and experts in alchemy preserving old crumbling books, and some very experienced field hands who double as guards.
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