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Xysma
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Posted - 03 Oct 2005 :  04:08:50  Show Profile  Visit Xysma's Homepage Send Xysma a Private Message  Reply with Quote
"Cause and Effect" by Paul S Kemp, Dragon 301.
In Inner Phlan, a half-orc named Rasten swears by Hoar to exact vengeance on Vax Gallen, leader of the thugs that brutally beat Rasten and his mentor Solomon, a priest of Ilmater. As Rasten seeks his vengeance, he remembers the lessons of forgiveness taught to him by his mentor, and realizes he has a difficult decision to make.

War to slay, not to fight long and glorious.
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Xysma
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Posted - 07 Oct 2005 :  04:35:13  Show Profile  Visit Xysma's Homepage Send Xysma a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Hunched over my desk in these hallowed halls of Candlekeep (and with Alaundo's whip cracking every now and then) I have managed to compile a list of the short but wonderful tales of the Realms. Included are the overviews by the Sages themselves, and the few overviews that I have managed to squeeze in. This is certainly a work in progress, but I thought I'd post it here for review by the Scribes. Please bring my attention to any errors or omissions.

Realms of the Arcane

Prologue, Interlude, Epilogue (Frame Story)
Wes Nicholson

“Wishing You Many More”
David Cook

"Secrets of Blood, Spirits of the Sea"
Elaine Cunningham
"Secrets of Blood, Spirits of the Sea" is a metastory--a story about a story. A wemic loremaster shames his inquisitive elven captors with a tale about curiosity taken to extremes: the legend of the sahuaguin's creation. This story is set in the distant past, before the Crown Wars, and focuses on the relationship between an Illithiri (dark elf) necromancer and his wemic captive. –Overview by Elaine Cunningham

“Bread Storm Rising”
Tom Dupree

“When Even Sky Cities Fall”
J. Robert King

“The Grotto of Dreams”
Mark Anthony

“A Narrowed Gaze”
Monte Cook

“The Whispering Crown”
Ed Greenwood

“The Lady and the Shadow”
Philip Athans

“Shadows of the Past”
Brian Thomsen

“Tertius and the Artifact”
Jeff Grubb


Realms of the Deep

“Hard Choices”
Lynn Abbey

"Fire is Fire"
Elaine Cunningham
"Fire is Fire" is set in Waterdeep during the attack by sea creatures. It is told in dueling first-person narrative: a young wizard, eager to fight beside his mentor Khelben Arunsun, faces off against one of the sahuagin invaders. –Overview by Elaine Cunningham

“Messenger to Seros”
Peter Archer

“The Place Where Guards Snore at their Posts”
Ed Greenwood

“Lost Cause”
Richard Lee Byers

“Forged in Fire”
Clayton Emery

“One Who Swims With Sekolah”
Mel Odom

“The Crystal Reef”
Troy Denning

“The Patrol”
Larry Hobbs

"The Star of Tethyr"
Thomas M Reid
Merrick, a young man serving in Tethyr's navy, finds life as a sailor less than adventuresome -- until the whole port comes under attack from creatures of the sea. The story takes place on Thordentor Island. –Overview by Thomas M Reid

“Persana’s Blade”
Steven E. Schend

“And the Dark Tide Rises”
Keith Francis Strohm

Realms of the Dragons

”Soulbound”
Paul S Kemp

“First Flight”
Edward Bolme

"Gorlist's Dragon"
Elaine Cunningham
"Gorlist's Dragon" tells of a pivotal event in the early life of Gorlist, one of the drow villains from the Starlight & Shadows trilogy. Set in the slums and gladitorial arenas of the Underdark city of Chad Nesad, it tells the story of Gorlist's magical dragon tattoo, and sheds light on the implicable hatred he later develops for Liriel Baenre. –Overview by Elaine Cunningham

"The Keeper of Secrets"
Ed Greenwood
When a debtor is killed shortly after a meeting with Mirt the Moneylender, Mirt and his old friend Durnan investigate. What they uncover is far more than they expected.

“The Topaz Dragon”
Jess Lebow

"Wickless in the Nether"
R.A. Salvatore
When Jarlaxle and Artemis are hired by a collector to "retrieve" a stolen item from her competitor, they become entangled in more than they bargained for.

“Serpestrillvyth”
Richard Baker

"Waylaid"
Thomas M Reid
“Waylaid” revisits Lynaelle Dawnmantle as she finds herself caught in a blizzard in Silverymoon Pass and gains some unexpected company along the way. –Overview by Thomas M Reid

"Standard Delving Procedure"
Lisa Smedman
An old dwarf delver who wrote the book on Standard Delving Procedure and his infuriatingly unconventional apprentice set out after a famous dwarven weapon.

“An Icy Heart”
Voronica Whitney-Robinson

“Penitential Rites”
Keith Francis Strohm

“How Sharper Than a Serpent’s Tooth”
Dave Gross

“Beer With a Fat Dragon”
Don Bassingthwaite

“The Prisoner of Hulburg”
Richard Lee Byers


Realms of the Dragons II

“Faerie Ire."
Erin Tettensor
The nature-loving faerie dragon Zyx is horrified when a band of humans moves into his remote corner of the Chultan jungle. With the reluctant help of the mist dragon Cirrothamalan, he embarks on an increasingly ridiculous series of schemes to drive the humans out. –Overview by Erin Tettensor

“The Woman Who Drew Dragons”
Rosemary Jones

"The Hunting Game"
Erik Scott de Bie
"The Hunting Game,” starring Alin Cateln, a good-hearted bard in the wrong place at the wrong time who gets mixed up in a dragon hunt, led by a smoldering, seductive dragon slayer with a katana, Thayan armor, and a chip on her shoulder large enough to gut a great wyrm. Alin's in way over his head, but so are they all. –Overview by Erik Scott DeBie

"The Road Home"
Harley Stroh
In "The Road Home" a barbarian outcast finds herself amid a company of sellswords. When the company buys a captured pseudodragon, Saskia is forced to choose between a life of civilized decadence and the hard road of the dragon. –Overview by Harley Stroh


"How Burlmarr Saved the Unseen Protector"
Kameron M Franklin
A young gnome from the village of Ieirithymbul in the Sword Mountains is the victim of vivid fever dreams that are somehow connected to the legendary protector of his people. –Overview by Kameron M Franklin

"A Tall Tale."
JL Collins
A group of Realms youths discuss what they know, and what they think they know about dragons. –Overview by JL Collins

"The Book Dragon"
Jim Pitrat
The Red Wizard Nusair Darkul, has discovered the location of The Scalamagdrion, a tome of great power first uncovered in Myth Drannor. Nusair sends his ruthless Rashemi apprentice to retrieve the tome for him, promising her Red Wizard status in exchange for the tome.

"Freedom's Promise"
Ed Gentry
The story takes place both in the present year and a few hundred years ago. It shows (or that is to say that I hope it shows) a different side of dragons than we're used to seeing in most tales, and how a dragon might deal with qualities usually attributed to them as a race displayed in others. It focuses on the issues of greed and, of course, freedom, and how incompatible the two can sometimes be. –Overview by Ed Gentry

"Possessions"
James P. Davis
Count Delmar Dargren is plagued by visions that seem to be related to a series of ghastly murders that have been taking place in the city of Zazesspur.

“Queen of the Mountain”
Jaleigh Johnson


"The Strength of the Jester"
Murray Leeder
"The Strength of the Jester" concerns the mercury dragon Trinculo and his wild elf companion Khalt as they're drawn into a corner of the Rogue Dragons conspiracy and sent on a peculiar mission to find a solution to the Rage. –Overview by Murray Leeder



Realms of the Elves

"Traitors"
Richard Lee Byers
Rhespen Ash, a mage of no small power, leads his troops into an ambush and a desperate fight..

"The Staff of Valmaxian"
Philip Athans
Young elven mage struggles with his developing skills and pays a high price to develop them. Maybe even too high...

"Necessary Sacrifices"
Lisa Smedman

"The Greater Treasure"
Erik Scott de Bie
Yldar Nathalan, the hapless, disgraced son of a noble lord of Evermeet, searches Faerun for objects of power and majesty of a bygone age, traveling with his sister Cythara, a wizard of great power and greater desire. When he tracks the Bracer of Ynloeth, legendary Coronal of Shantel Othreier, to the human city of Elversult on the day of a great overthrow, he finds more danger than he ever reckoned. For here he must battle the wrath of a demon cult and the darkest stirrings of the heart, struggle between honor and love, and face the alluring and mysterious thief Fox-at-Twilight, who will change his world forever.

"Comrades at Odds"
R.A. Salvatore
Drizzt travels towards west to gather the body of fallen Ellifain, but they find something unexpected..

"Tears So White"
Ed Greenwood
Knights of Myth Drannor are spending time in the kitchen of Storm Silverhand when Elminster appears with very wierd quest for the knights..


"The Bladesinger's Lesson"
Richard Baker
Elves are returning. Many are dreaming about their former golden age. But one elf finds a very, very big disappointment and himself helping humans, despite something they've done in the past, who are in grievious danger...

Realms of Infamy

"So High a Price"
Ed Greenwood
As Manshoon plots to take control of the Zhentarim, Lord Amandon makes an arrangement with his long-time nemesis, Elminster.

"The More Things Change"
Elaine Cunningham
"The More Things Change" tells the story of Elaith Craulnober's fall from grace. The setting moves from Evermeet to Waterdeep. –Overview by Elaine Cunningham

"The Meaning of Lore"
Barb Hendee
Chane Troiban, a devotee of Oghma, believes that knowledge is power, and he wants it for himself. He devises a plan to steal the ancient texts from The Seat of Lore, and eliminate the Loremaster there to cover his tracks. Getting in to The Seat of Lore was easy, but getting out will prove to be far more difficult.

"Raven's Egg"
Elaine Bergstrom
Lord Sharven of Espar is becoming increasingly paranoid, and devises a plan with Raven of Saerloon to seek out and destroy his worst enemy.

"The Third Level"
R.A. Salvatore
A young thief named Artemis Entreri is recruited into the thieves' guild in Calimport.

"Blood Sport"
Christie Golden
Jander Sunstar is hunted through Waterdeep by a deadly assassin turned vampire slayer known as "The Shark."

"Gallow's Day"
David Cook
Pinch decides to save a member of his crew from the gallows in order to embarrass the local authorities.

“A Matter of Thorns”
James M Ward

“Stolen Spells”
Denise Vitola

“The Greatest Hero Who Ever Died”
J Robert king

“Twilight”
Troy Denning

“The Walls of Midnight”
Mark Anthony

“And Wringing of Hands”
Jane Cooper Hong

“Thieves’ Honor”
Mary H Herbert

“Laughter in the Flames”
James Lowder

“Vision”
Roger E Moore

Realms of Magic

Prologue & Epilogue (Frame story)
Brian Thomsen

“Gwenhwyvar”
R.A. Salvatore

“Smoke Powder and Mirrors”
Jeff Grubb

“The Magic Thief”
Mark Anthony

“The Quiet Place”
Christie Golden

“The Eye of the Dragon”
Ed Greenwood

“Every Dog His Day”
Dave Gross

“The Common Spell”
Kate Novak-Grubb

“The First Moonwell”
Douglas Niles

“The Luck of Llewellyn the Loquacious”
Allen C Kupfer

“Too Familiar”
David Cook

“Red Ambition”
Jean Rabe

“Thieves’ Reward”
Mary H Herbert

“Six of Swords”
William W Connors

“The Wild Bunch”
Tom Dupree

“A Worm Too Soft”
J Robert King

“Gunne Runner”
Roger E Moore

"The Direct Approach"
Elaine Cunningham
In "The Direct Approach" (unpublished subtitle "Girls' Night Out in Skullport") Liriel Baenre and a time traveling, female barbarian warrior match wits during a slapstick quest through the underground city. The story takes place during the brief interval between Daughter of the Drow and Tangled Webs. –Overview by Elaine Cunningham


Realms of Mystery

“Speaking With the Dead”
Elaine Cunningham
"Speaking With the Dead" revisits Arilyn Moonblade, Danilo Thann, and Elaith Craulnober. It takes place after Silver Shadows and before Dream Spheres. When Elaith Craulnober is accused of murdering a gnome illusionist, Danilo has the difficult (and ironic) task of proving Elaith's innocence. –Overview by Elaine Cunningham

"A Walk in the Snow"
Dave Gross
Lord Donnell, the resident wizard of Cantrev Myrloch, is found dead and the constable is sent to investigate. There are no apparent wounds to indicate murder, but a hastily scrawled note leads the constable to suspect foul play. Suspicion falls on Lord Donnell's neighbor, the Northman who has had his eyes set on Lord Donnell's land for some time.

“The Rose Window”
Monte Cook

“The Club Rules”
James Lowder

“Thieves’ Justice”
Mary H Herbert

“Ekhar Lorrent: Gnome Detective”
Steven “Stan” Brown

“The Devil and Tertius Wands”
Jeff Grubb

"H"
Richard Lee Byers
An adventurer awakens to find the party's cleric struggling for life with his throat gashed open. The cleric manages to write the letter H in his own blood before he dies. Suspicion falls upon Haladan Moonglade, the party member who discovered the murder and the only member of the party awake when the cleric was killed.

“Strange Bedfellows”
Keith Francis Strohm

“Whence the Song of Steel”
J Robert King

“An Unusual Suspect”
Brian Thomsen

“Darkly, Through a Glass Ale”
Peter Archer

"Lynaelle"
Thomas M Reid
Lynaelle Dawnmantle is a half-elven orphan apprenticed to a wizard in the small logging hamlet of Galen's Ford. She awakens one morning to discover that she is accused of her mentor's murder and must prove her own innocence. Galen's Ford is in the Silver Marches. –Overview by Thomas M. Reid

“The Grinning Ghost of Taverton Hall”
Ed Greenwood

Realms of Shadow

“Trial By Ordeal”
Lisa Smedman

“Assassin’s Shadow”
Jess Lebow

“Too Long in the Dark”
Paul S Kemp

“Darksword”
Troy Denning

“Liar’s Game”
Jessica Beaven

“That Curious Sword”
R.A. Salvatore

"A Little Knowledge"
Elaine Cunningham
"A Little Knowledge" is set in Halruaa. A failed jordaini teams up with a mad sorcerer whose "gift" is the ability to see the future--in all its possible outcomes. –Overview by Elaine Cunningham

“Astride the Wind”
Philip Athans

"The Fallen Lands"
Murray Leeder
During the Phaerimm War, the wizard Arklow is the last survivor of a adventuring company massacred in the Fallen Lands en route to Evereska. He joins forces with a group of Uthgardt warriors of the Thunderbeast tribe to break an army of the phaerimm's orc mindslaves. But accord between Arklow and the magic-shunning barbarians proves fragile. –Overview by Murray Leeder

“When Shadows Come Seeking a Throne”
Ed Greenwood

“King Shadow”
Richard Lee Byers

“The Shifting Sands”
Peter Archer


Realms of the Underdark

“The Fires of Narbondel”
Mark Anthony

“A Slow Day in Skullport”
Ed Greenwood

"Rite of Blood"
Elaine Cunningham
"Rite of Blood" is a novella-length story describing a pivotal event in Liriel Baenre's early life. It takes place in Menzoberranzan and the surrounding tunnels. Chosen as one of the stories featured in Best of the Realms, Book 1. –Overview by Elaine Cunningham

“Sea of Ghosts”
Roger E Moore

“Volo Does Menzo”
Brian Thomsen

Realms of Valor

“The Lord of Lowhill”
Douglas Niles

“Elminster at the Mage Fair”
Ed Greenwood

“One Last Drink”
Christie Golden

"The Bargain."
Elaine Cunningham
Harper agents Arilyn Moonblade and Danilo Thann travel to Tethyr on assignment. While posing as a member of the assassins’ guild, Arilyn encounters a young assassin ambitious to prove his mettle--by stalking and killing her. This takes place between Elfshadow and Elfsong. –Overview by Elaine Cunningham

“Patronage”
David Cook

“A Virtue by Reflection”
Scott Ciencin

“King’s Tear”
Mark Anthony

“The Family Business”
James Lowder

“Grandfather’s Toys”
Jean Rabe

“The Curse of Tegea”
Troy Denning

“Dark Mirror”
RA Salvatore


The Best of the Realms Book I

"Rite of Blood"
Elaine Cunningham
A novella-length story originally printed in Realms of the Underdark. –Overview by Elaine Cunningham

“Elminster at the Magefair”
Ed Greenwood
Originally printed in Realms of Valor.

“Darksword’
Troy Denning
Originally printed in Realms of Shadow.

“Blood Sport”
Christie Golden
Originally printed in Realms of Infamy.

“Six of Swords”
William W. Connors
Originally printed in Realms of Magic.

“The Rose Window”
Monte Cook
Originally printed in Realms of Mystery.

“The First Moonwell”
Douglas Niles
Originally printed in Realms of Magic.

“The Greatest Hero Who Ever Died”
Robert J King
Originally printed in Realms of Infamy.

“Tertius and the Artifact”
Jeff Grubb
Originally printed in Realms of the Arcane.

“Red Ambition”
Jean Rabe
Originally printed in Realms of Magic.

“The Common Spell”
Kate Novak-Grubb
Originally printed in Realms of Magic.

“Assassin’s Shadow”
Jess Lebow
Originally printed in Realms of Shadow.

“And the Dark Tide Rises”
Keith Francis Strohm
Originally printed in Realms of the Deep.

“Empty Joys”
R.A. Salvatore


Best of the Realms Book II: The Stories of Ed Greenwood

“Not the Most Successful of Feasts”

"Dark Talons Forbear Thee"
Storm, Laerel, and Dove are teenage girls in the care of their "uncle" Elminster when they face Vrasabra the Annointed.

"The Whispering Crown"
Lady Aerindel defends her life and her land against Rammast of Grand Thentor, with the help of Mystra and the Whispering Crown.

“So High a Price”
Originally printed in Realms of Infamy.

"One Comes Unheralded to Zirta"
In this, the very first Realms story ever penned, Mirt and Durnan have a brawl at a tavern in Zirta. We are also introduced to Elminster, Alustriel, Storm and Filfaeril.

"A Dance in Storm's Garden"
This story relates an incident in Storm's garden when a stranger came seeking Elminster.

“A Slow Day in Skullport”
Originally printed in Realms of the Underdark.

“Bloodbound”

"How Wisdom Came to the Maimed Wizard"
The Maimed wizard, Eirhaun Sooundaeril, is persuaded by the Seven Sisters to end his quest for Spellfire.
Originally printed on WotC website.

“The Eye of the Dragon”
Originally printed in Realms of Magic.

“Nothing but Trouble”
Originally printed in Dragon 238

“The Grinning Ghost of Taverton Hall”
Originally printed in Realms of Mystery.

“The Place Where guards Snore at their Posts”
Originally printed in Realms of the Deep.

“Living Forever”
Originally printed in the Pools of Radiance: Ruins of Myth Drannor computer game manual by UbiSoft.

“The Long Road Home”


Dragon Magazine

"...Songs of Death"
Ed Greenwood
Dragon 115
A brief story that serves as the introduction to Ed's article on Harpies. Elminster tells the tale of Melazzar of Waterdeep's first encounter with harpies, which led to the composition of his first ballad.

“The First Notch”
R.A. Salvatore
Dragon 152

“Nothing But Trouble”
Ed Greenwood
Dragon 238

“In the Bleak Deepwinter”
Lynn Abbey
Dragon 242

"Honest and True"
Troy Denning
Dragon 245
Malik el Sami yn Nasser, Cyric's Seraph of Lies, tries desperately to get his "humble volume" An Honest and True Account of the Trial of Cyric the Mad, or How Our Dark Lord Saved Faerun (Again) published. As he carries his work to the printing houses of Waterdeep, Ruha, the “Harper shrew,” badgers him at every turn.

“The Great Hunt”
Elaine Cunningham
Dragon 246
Arilyn Moonblade and Elaith Craulnober are tracked by a trio of Gruumsh worshippers out on a ritual hunt. Although Arilyn is wounded and Elaith's first concern is getting her to safety, there is some doubt as to who's hunting whom. -Overview by Elaine Cunningham


“Reunification: Body and Soul”
Jeff Grubb
Dragon 247

“Dark Legacy”
Mel Odom
Dragon 255

“Stolen Dreams”
Elaine Cunningham
Dragon 259
"Stolen Dreams" is a retelling of "Speaking with the Dead," a short story in REALMS OF MYSTERY, told from a different point of view. Here a human tavern wench raised by gnomes learns that she is Isabeau Thione, a minor member of Tethyr's royal family. Unfortunately, she learns this fact AFTER she stole Elaith Craulnober's dagger, and it's not entirely clear whether she'll live long enough to enjoy her new status. -Overview by Elaine Cunningham


“The Honor of Two Swords”
Kaye Novak-Grubb
Dragon 260

“The Innkeeper’s Secret”
Troy Denning
Dragon 266

"Another Name for Dawn"
Paul S Kemp
Dragon 277
A killer named Vasen Coriver becomes a traitor to the Night Masks and must escape Westgate. In an attempt to help his student escape, Vasen's teacher, Theevis, removes Vasen’s red hair to change his appearance. Vasen tries to make it out of Westgate alive, taking on the name Erevis Cale.

“Possessions”
Elaine Cunningham
Dragon 282
"Posessions" tells the backstory of a minor character in the Counselors and Kings trilogy. A young wizard is drawn to necromancy, and learns that she is not the first member of her family to take this dark path. -Overview by Elaine Cunningham


“Garden of Souls”
Richard Lee Byers
Dragon 283

"And All the Sinners Saints"
Paul S Kemp
Dragon 297.
Cale comes to terms with his relationship with Mask, and with Riven, whose fate seems to be intertwined with his own.

“Cause and Effect"
Paul S Kemp
Dragon 301.
In Inner Phlan, a half-orc named Rasten swears by Hoar to exact vengeance on Vax Gallen, leader of the thugs that brutally beat Rasten and his mentor Solomon, a priest of Ilmater. As Rasten seeks his vengeance, he remembers the lessons of forgiveness taught to him by his mentor, and realizes he has a difficult decision to make.

“New In Town”
Richard Lee Byers
Dragon 320

“The Silverfish”
Richard Lee Byers
Dragon 327

“Game of Chance”
Elaine Cunningham
Dragon 335
"Games of Chance" takes place in Waterdeep, shortly after the events of the novel CITY OF SPLENDORS. An unusual visitor to one of Elaith Craulnober's gambling establishments suggests a way to ensure that Elaith's daughter Azariah can inherit the Craulnober moonblade, despite the inherent disadvantage found in her gold elf heritage.
-Overview by Elaine Cunningham

"Rivals"
Richard Lee Byers
Dragon 343
Dorn Graybrook meets Raryn Snowstealer

Miscellaneous

“The Dowry”
R.A. Salvatore
The Highwayman

"Moonrise over Myth Drannor"
Ed Greenwood
Eye of the Beholder 3 game manual

“Living Forever”
Ed Greenwood
Originally printed in the Pools of Radiance: Ruins of Myth Drannor computer game manual by UbiSoft.

"Bold as Brass"
Clayton Emery
Originally intended for the Neverwinter Nights anthology that was never released, this story is available on Clayton Emery's website.
http://www.claytonemery.com/BoldasBrass.html

If Ever They Happened Upon My Lair
R. A. Salvatore
From Dragons: Worlds Afire

Wizards.com

“Dark Times in Hastarl”
http://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x=books/fr/darktimes
Ed Greenwood
Untold tale of a young Elminster cut from Elminster: The Making of a Mage


“Far Too Many Thieves”
http://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x=books/fr/bor2fartoo
Ed Greenwood
Untold tale of a young Elminster cut from Elminster: The Making of a Mage

“A Ghost of a Chance”
http://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x=books/fr/ghostchance
Ed Greenwood
Untold tale of a young Elminster cut from Elminster: The Making of a Mage

"Revenge Among Thieves"
http://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x=books/fr/revengethieves
Ed Greenwood
Untold tale of a young Elminster cut from Elminster: The Making of a Mage

“How Wisdom Came to the Maimed Wizard”
http://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x=books/fr/maimedwizard
Ed Greenwood
The Maimed wizard, Eirhaun Sooundaeril, is persuaded by the Seven Sisters to end his quest for Spellfire.
Reprinted in The Best of the Realms Book II: The Stories of Ed Greenwood

"Character Profile: Silverfall"
http://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x=books/fr/silverfallcp
Ed Greenwood

"Never a Warpig Born"
http://web.archive.org/web/20011204045146/http://wizards.com/books/main.asp?x=forgottenrealms/articles/warpig,2&b=forgottenrealms
(copy and paste URL into address bar)
Spin a Yarn 2001
Ed Greenwood

“Ladies Night at the Yawning Portal”
Spin A Yarn 2002
http://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x=books/fr/ladiesnight
Ed Greenwood

“Only a Woman Can Take This Sort of Abuse”
Spin A Yarn 2003
Part 1: http://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x=books/fr/spinyarn2003a
Part 2: http://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x=books/fr/spinyarn2003b
Ed Greenwood

“Night Tymora Sneezed, The”
Spin A Yarn 2004
Ed Greenwood
http://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x=books/fr/spinayarn2004main

"Lady of the Mists, The"
SPin A Yarn 2005
Ed Greenwood
http://ww2.wizards.com/Books/Wizards/?doc=fr_spinayarn2005

"Bones of the Beast, The"
Murray JD Leeder
http://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x=books/fr/sonthunderbones

"Wayfarer"
Erik Scott de Bie
http://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x=books/fr/wayfarer
The young Meris, son of the new Lord Singer Dharan Greyt, has seen more than a boy should ever have to see, and his world shakes with its implications. He seeks to escape, only to find jealous siblings, a haunting voice on the night’s breeze, and the darkness in his own soul standing solidly in his path.

(Note: Chronologically, this short story occurs shortly after the prologue and fifteen years before the first chapter of Ghostwalker.)


"And All the Sinners, Saints
Paul S. Kemp
short story from Dragon #297
http://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x=books/fr/allsinnersaints

War to slay, not to fight long and glorious.
Aermhar of the Tangletrees
Year of the Hooded Falcon

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Very nice Xysma .

This listing should really be included on the mainsite. Big Al?

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quote:
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Very nice Xysma .

This listing should really be included on the mainsite. Big Al?




Well met

Indeed, Sage. In fact, this is the reason I initiated this scroll, so that once complete, we have a good overview of all short stories of the Realms

Splendid work, Xysma.

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Great work, Xysma.
Three omissions I notice at a casual glance:

Author credit (Ed Greenwood) missing from “Living Forever”

Two website entries missing for Ed, too:
1. His first Spin A Yarn tale
2. Revenge Among Thieves, the fourth Elminster Making Of A Mage outtake, posted on the website about a month ago

Oh, and Ed’s hilarious Silverfall “character profile” fiction piece is on the website, too.

Nevertheless, nicely done.
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quote:
Originally posted by The Hooded One

Great work, Xysma.
Three omissions I notice at a casual glance:

Author credit (Ed Greenwood) missing from “Living Forever”

Two website entries missing for Ed, too:
1. His first Spin A Yarn tale
2. Revenge Among Thieves, the fourth Elminster Making Of A Mage outtake, posted on the website about a month ago

Oh, and Ed’s hilarious Silverfall “character profile” fiction piece is on the website, too.

Nevertheless, nicely done.
love,
THO


And I'll provide the links...

For Revenge among Thieves and Character Profile: Silverfall.

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Many thanks THO and Sage. I've added Character Profile: Silverfall, and Revenge Among Thieves, and their corresponding links. I can't seem to find another Spin A Yarn story, so if anyone has a link it would be greatly appreciated.

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Refer you to Part One and Part Two of "Only a Woman Can Take This Sort of Abuse"?

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quote:
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Refer you to Part One and Part Two of "Only a Woman Can Take This Sort of Abuse"?



I've got that listed, as well as the 2002 and 2004 Spin A Yarn stories, but according to THO I'm missing the first Spin A Yarn tale.

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quote:
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quote:
Originally posted by Wooly Rupert

Refer you to Part One and Part Two of "Only a Woman Can Take This Sort of Abuse"?



I've got that listed, as well as the 2002 and 2004 Spin A Yarn stories, but according to THO I'm missing the first Spin A Yarn tale.



"Ladies Night at the Yawning Portal" is the earliest one listed on the Wizards page. Their archives from before April 2002 are spotty, at best. From my experience, there is stuff on their site that's not linked anywhere... But if there was an earlier Spin a Yarn published online, I know nothing of it.

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quote:
Originally posted by Xysma

quote:
Originally posted by Wooly Rupert

Refer you to Part One and Part Two of "Only a Woman Can Take This Sort of Abuse"?



I've got that listed, as well as the 2002 and 2004 Spin A Yarn stories, but according to THO I'm missing the first Spin A Yarn tale.



"Ladies Night at the Yawning Portal" is the earliest one listed on the Wizards page. Their archives from before April 2002 are spotty, at best. From my experience, there is stuff on their site that's not linked anywhere... But if there was an earlier Spin a Yarn published online, I know nothing of it.



Thanks Wooly, maybe THO will clear this up for us...

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AHA! I found a reference to the mysterious Spin A Yarn tale here in our own Halls. Unfortunately the link is dead and the story is apprently no longer available on the site. If anyone happens to have "Never a Warpig Born" perhaps we could post it on the main site?

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quote:
Originally posted by Xysma

AHA! I found a reference to the mysterious Spin A Yarn tale here in our own Halls. Unfortunately the link is dead and the story is apprently no longer available on the site. If anyone happens to have "Never a Warpig Born" perhaps we could post it on the main site?



Well met

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quote:
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quote:
Originally posted by Xysma

AHA! I found a reference to the mysterious Spin A Yarn tale here in our own Halls. Unfortunately the link is dead and the story is apprently no longer available on the site. If anyone happens to have "Never a Warpig Born" perhaps we could post it on the main site?



Well met

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I do have that story, if you want a copy to host, Big Al. I apparently stumbled across it (or was linked to it) in 2003.

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quote:
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I do have that story, if you want a copy to host, Big Al. I apparently stumbled across it (or was linked to it) in 2003.



Well met

Aye, I have it in my own private collection, Wooly. Thank ye. Mayhaps now that the link has expired i'll simply include it here at Candlekeep Thank ye for the offer, nevertheless.

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If anyone is interested and hasn't read them yet, I added links to parts 1&2 of Ed's new story, "Oroon Rising" to the listing.

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A link to "Oroon Rising, Part 3" by Ed Greenwood has been added to the list.

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Here's a synopsis for my DRAGON Magazine stories:

"The Great Hunt." Arilyn Moonblade and Elaith Craulnober are tracked by a trio of Gruumsh worshippers out on a ritual hunt. Although Arilyn is wounded and Elaith's first concern is getting her to safety, there is some doubt as to who's hunting whom.

"Stolen Dreams" is a retelling of "Speaking with the Dead," a short story in REALMS OF MYSTERY, told from a different point of view. Here a human tavern wench raised by gnomes learns that she is Isabeau Thione, a minor member of Tethyr's royal family. Unfortunately, she learns this fact AFTER she stole Elaith Craulnober's dagger, and it's not entirely clear whether she'll live long enough to enjoy her new status.

"Posessions" tells the backstory of a minor character in the Counselors and Kings trilogy. A young wizard is drawn to necromancy, and learns that she is not the first member of her family to take this dark path.

"Games of Chance" takes place in Waterdeep, shortly after the events of the novel CITY OF SPLENDORS. An unusual visitor to one of Elaith Craulnober's gambling establishments suggests a way to ensure that Elaith's daughter Azariah can inherit the Craulnober moonblade, despite the inherent disadvantage found in her gold elf heritage.

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And here's the DRAGON issues Elaine's stories appeared in:

"The Great Hunt" -- #246
"Stolen Dreams" -- #259
"Possessions" -- #282
"Games of Chance" -- #335

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quote:
Originally posted by ElaineCunningham

Here's a synopsis for my DRAGON Magazine stories:

"The Great Hunt." Arilyn Moonblade and Elaith Craulnober are tracked by a trio of Gruumsh worshippers out on a ritual hunt. Although Arilyn is wounded and Elaith's first concern is getting her to safety, there is some doubt as to who's hunting whom.

"Stolen Dreams" is a retelling of "Speaking with the Dead," a short story in REALMS OF MYSTERY, told from a different point of view. Here a human tavern wench raised by gnomes learns that she is Isabeau Thione, a minor member of Tethyr's royal family. Unfortunately, she learns this fact AFTER she stole Elaith Craulnober's dagger, and it's not entirely clear whether she'll live long enough to enjoy her new status.

"Posessions" tells the backstory of a minor character in the Counselors and Kings trilogy. A young wizard is drawn to necromancy, and learns that she is not the first member of her family to take this dark path.

"Games of Chance" takes place in Waterdeep, shortly after the events of the novel CITY OF SPLENDORS. An unusual visitor to one of Elaith Craulnober's gambling establishments suggests a way to ensure that Elaith's daughter Azariah can inherit the Craulnober moonblade, despite the inherent disadvantage found in her gold elf heritage.



Thank you Elaine! These have now been added.

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Oroon Rising, Part 4 is up:
http://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x=dnd/fict/20051105a

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I was informed by Sage and Wooly that Oroon Rising is not set in the Realms, so I have removed them from the list of Realms fiction, but put them here for any Ed fans that are interested.

"Oroon Rising, Part 1"
Ed Greenwood
http://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x=dnd/fict/20050920a


"Oroon Rising, Part 2"
Ed Greenwood
http://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x=dnd/fict/20051003a

"Oroon Rising, Part 3"
Ed Greenwood
http://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x=dnd/fict/20051022a


"Oroon Rising, Part 4"
Ed Greenwood
http://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x=dnd/fict/20051105a

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quote:
Originally posted by Alaundo

quote:
Originally posted by Xysma

AHA! I found a reference to the mysterious Spin A Yarn tale here in our own Halls. Unfortunately the link is dead and the story is apprently no longer available on the site. If anyone happens to have "Never a Warpig Born" perhaps we could post it on the main site?



Well met

Pesky Wizards I feared this would happen. I actually used to include copies of various WotC articles of lore here at Candlekeep (such as the Perilous Gateways series etc.) incase they became unavailable at WotC, for whatever reason. Alas, I hadn't included Spin a Yarn articles, for fear of the Wizards wrath



I did a little searching around and found the following archived page from WOTC's website with this story. Note for some reason this only works if you copy and paste the entire link into your address bar.

http://web.archive.org/web/20011204045146/http://wizards.com/books/main.asp?x=forgottenrealms/articles/warpig,2&b=forgottenrealms

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quote:
Originally posted by DragonReader

quote:
Originally posted by Alaundo

quote:
Originally posted by Xysma

AHA! I found a reference to the mysterious Spin A Yarn tale here in our own Halls. Unfortunately the link is dead and the story is apprently no longer available on the site. If anyone happens to have "Never a Warpig Born" perhaps we could post it on the main site?



Well met

Pesky Wizards I feared this would happen. I actually used to include copies of various WotC articles of lore here at Candlekeep (such as the Perilous Gateways series etc.) incase they became unavailable at WotC, for whatever reason. Alas, I hadn't included Spin a Yarn articles, for fear of the Wizards wrath



I did a little searching around and found the following archived page from WOTC's website with this story. Note for some reason this only works if you copy and paste the entire link into your address bar.

http://web.archive.org/web/20011204045146/http://wizards.com/books/main.asp?x=forgottenrealms/articles/warpig,2&b=forgottenrealms



Thanks DragonReader, not having that was driving me nuts!

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