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StarBog
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Posted - 20 Aug 2008 :  17:22:07  Show Profile  Visit StarBog's Homepage Send StarBog a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Jamallo Kreen

You clearly know more than most of us!



Oh, heh. Its not canon, its just something I made up. Though I should really write my treatment of them up and post 'em to Candlekeep, or maybe even submit them for the next Compendium...

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Markustay
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I don't think anything new has been added.

Intersting thread - if I were to use them, I would make them truly ancient and the prison of an Elder Evil.

Just my take though - I like your "Weave Anchoring Point" storyline.

"I have never in my life learned anything from any man who agreed with me" --- Dudley Field Malone


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I used them to each hold/protect a powerful weapon/armor/item of dwarven make in my campaign (which was with 4 dwarf PCs)...many traps and creatures resided within. This was only in my own campaign though.

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StarBog
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Posted - 21 Aug 2008 :  13:23:04  Show Profile  Visit StarBog's Homepage Send StarBog a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Markustay


Just my take though - I like your "Weave Anchoring Point" storyline.



Ta. I'm wondering if there are similar other mysterious sites in Faerun that would perform a similar task. I suspect that, apart from Mystra herself, only Larloch (and possibly El) knows for sure, though I wouldn't rule out somewhere in Halruua either.

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quote:
Originally posted by Eremite

Has the mystery of the thirteen five-sided red pyramids under Ascore ever been resolved in canon Realmslore?

Is it possible that the pyramids form part of the binding of the shadevari?

I'm asking because I'm thinking about having one of the plots of a fanatical Sharran faction of the Shades be the unleashing of the shadevari and returning Toril etc... back to the primordial darkness and chaos from which it was formed.



I was just thinking the same thing myself, independently, almost three years later (the binding of the shadevari, that is)... I suspect we might be on to something here... probably three letters. NDA.

Playing in the Realms since the Old Grey Box (1987)... and *still* having fun with material published before 2008, despite the NDA'd lore.

If it's comparable in power with non-magical abilities, it's not magic.

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Arion Elenim
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Posted - 09 Oct 2008 :  07:12:18  Show Profile  Visit Arion Elenim's Homepage  Click to see Arion Elenim's MSN Messenger address Send Arion Elenim a Private Message  Reply with Quote
A PC of mine was looking to becoming a divine champion and needed a mission. So, I decided that the Shades who inhabited Ascore were plumbing its depths for a great Secret put there by Dumathoin when it was inhabited by dwarves.

Discovering that the Secret was a actually the source of Moradin's Thunder Twin Blessing and that the Shades were looking to use it increase their own "potency", the PCs routed the Shades and Ascore was returned to the dwarven nation, lickity split.

See? The common solution to too many Shades in one place is a bunch of a overzealous PCs bent on destruction. :D

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quote:
Originally posted by Asgetrion

Hmmm... This is only my humble opinion, but to me "A Primordial Great Evil" brings to mind some insubstantial demon-like horror or "presence"



To me I'm thinking obyrith. Hmm, that close to the desert and with the pyramids -- maybe it's Obox-Ob?

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Jakk
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quote:
Originally posted by Asgetrion

Hmmm... This is only my humble opinion, but to me "A Primordial Great Evil" brings to mind some insubstantial demon-like horror or "presence" - such as the Demon Lord featured in the Dungeon-magazine trilogy set in Istivin, Eshowdow (or however it is spelled ;) from the Jungles of Chult, or the "Black Wind" in the 'Wheel of Time'-series.



I still like the Shadevari hypothesis... but Asgetrion, I think you may be on to something with your use of the term "primordial"... given the bastardization of Abeir and all. I hope that's not what's going on; I would love to know more about the Shadevari.

[Edit]: On a related note, I'd also love to know more about Kesson Rel/Volumvax beyond what's stated on page 173 of Faiths & Pantheons. Does this mean I have another reason to read Paul Kemp's trilogy, apart from the rave reviews I've received from other readers?

Playing in the Realms since the Old Grey Box (1987)... and *still* having fun with material published before 2008, despite the NDA'd lore.

If it's comparable in power with non-magical abilities, it's not magic.

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Arion Elenim
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Posted - 10 Oct 2008 :  00:37:30  Show Profile  Visit Arion Elenim's Homepage  Click to see Arion Elenim's MSN Messenger address Send Arion Elenim a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Oh yes. That relationship WILL keep you guessing.

Plus, Kemp's the man.

Read damn you. *slams a fist on his desk* Read IT!

Ahem. Sorry. *sits back down*

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Posted - 10 Oct 2008 :  03:21:15  Show Profile  Visit Razz's Homepage  Send Razz an AOL message Send Razz a Private Message  Reply with Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Arivia
If I do, I'll likely use it as a reason to play around with some of the deities/powers from Lords of Madness(thanks for introducing the aboleth powers to the Realms, Eric!), as it's the only thing in my shelf of books to use next that fits the idea fairly well.



I remember reading a 3E FR sourcebook that had an aboleth that served one of the aboleth deities, but was there any other reference where he officially introduced the aboleth deities to the Realms?
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Jakk
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quote:
Originally posted by ericlboyd

quote:
Originally posted by Eremite

Does anyone think the idea of linking it to the binding of the original shadevari makes sense?

(Sorry for repeating my question... but I was hoping for some input on this idea.)



It's an interesting idea, but I'm not sure why they'd be there.

<chop>

--Eric



Hrm... Now, after the return of Thultanthar (Shade), it makes a lot more sense why the Shadevari bindings would be beneath Ascore... but it doesn't explain why they were there originally... one would think that they've been there for a good long time if they're to do with the binding of the Shadevari, and yet that would make it long before Netheril existed, let alone Thultanthar going off into the Shadow Plane.

Hopefully this will be resolved soon...

Playing in the Realms since the Old Grey Box (1987)... and *still* having fun with material published before 2008, despite the NDA'd lore.

If it's comparable in power with non-magical abilities, it's not magic.
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Brimstone
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-Slap me and call me stupid, but who are the Shadevari?


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Purple Dragon Knight
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[PDK removes his right hand gauntlet, lifts his helmet visor, and does what Brimstone asked him to do...]

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Brimstone
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-But you didn't answer my question.


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The Sage
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quote:
Originally posted by Brimstone

-Slap me and call me stupid, but who are the Shadevari?


BRIMSTONE

I'm assuming Jakk is referring to the Shadovar -- the once-refugee inhabitants of the City of Shade.

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Jakk
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Not quite, Sage. The Shadevari are probably Shadow primordials (if such a thing exists, but I don't play 4e). Here's the creation myth that mentions them (I don't know the original source, but I'd expect it to be 2e, given the "crystal sphere" references and the mention of Ao, and I don't have my 2e sources handy to check; this was copied from the WotC forums):

quote:
History of the Sisters of Light and Darkness

This was the birth of the world and the heavens. After Lord Ao created Realmspace, there was a period of timeless nothingness, a misty realm of shadows before light and dark were separate entities. Within this dim chaos stalked 13 lords of shadow, the Shadevari - whether they came form elsewhere or are children of the shadow itself, none can say. Eventually this primordial essence coalesced into twin beautiful goddesses who were yin and yang to each other; they were so close they thought of themselves as one being. The Two-Faced Goddess created the heavenly bodies of the crystal sphere and together infused them with life to form the Earthmother, Chauntea. (Although Chauntea has since contracted her essence to encompass only Abeir-Toril, in the beginning she embodied all matter in Realmspace).

This new universe was lit by the face of the silver-haired goddess, who called herself Selune, and darkened by the welcoming tresses of the raven-haired goddess, Shar, but no heat or fire existed within it. Chauntea begged for warmth so that she could nurture life and living creatures upon the planets that were her body and limbs, and the two sisters-Who-Were-One become divided, as for the first time they were of two minds. Silvery Selune contested with her dark sister over whether or not to bring further life to the worlds. During this great conflagration, the gods of war, disease, murder, and death, among others, were created from residues of the deific battle.

At one point during the battle, Selune seized the advantage and reached across time and space to a land of eternal fire. Fighting the pain of the blaze, which burned her sorely, she broke off a fragment of that ever-living flame and ignited one of the heavenly bodies so that it burned in the sky and warmed Chauntea. Incensed, Shar redoubled her attack on her injured twin and began to snuff out all light and heat throughout the crystal sphere. Again Selune gave of herself and tore the divine essence of magic from her body, flinging it desperately at her sister in defense of life in the sphere.

This essence entered Shar, ripped an equal portion of energy from her, and reformed behind her as the goddess of magic, known now as Mystra, but then as Mystryl. Though Mystryl was composed of both light and dark magic, she favored her first mother Selune initially, allowing the silver goddess to win an uneasy truce with her more powerful, dark twin. Consumed by bitterness at her defeat, Shar vowed eternal revenge. The twin goddesses contested for eons as life struggled into existence on Toril and the other planets under Chauntea's watchful gaze. Shar remained powerful, but bitterly alone, while Selune waxed and waned in power, often drawing strength from her allied Daughters and sons and like-minded immigrant deities.

Over time, Shar grew strong again, aided by the shadevari who preferred night to blinding light and who stalked the Realms seeking to meld light and dark into shadowy chaos once again. Shar's plot to reform the world after her own desires was undone when Azuth, the High One, formerly the greatest of all mortal spellcasters and now consort to Mystra (incarnate successor to Mystryl), found a way to imprison the shadevari in a pocket-sized crystal sphere located beyond the edges of the world by creating the illusion of a realm of shadows.

The Lords of Shadow were drawn to investigate, and before they discovered the trick, Azuth imprisoned the shadevari with the Shadowstar, a key of shadows forged by Gond. The High Lord then hurled the key into the endless reaches of the cosmos allowing life to flourish on in Chauntea's loving hands.


Attribution (from WotC boards): "Taken from Sorcerer's Place (http://sorcerers.net), which took it from a book item in Baldur's Gate II. But then it comes from a canon FR story, and I think a shorter version is in the FRCS."

Given this creation myth, we have clear justification for the Shadow Weave being a part of the Weave, from the account of Mystryl's creation. But I'm getting off topic. Thirteen Shadevari bound by Azuth sometime after his ascension to divinity in the 100's DR (the first Magister mentioned in the 2E supplement Secrets of the Magister is Azuth's immediate successor, as near as I can tell from the other information available regarding the time frame of Azuth's ascension), thirteen red pyramids under Ascore. Of course, there were also thirteen places at the table at the Last Supper, so it could all be coincidence...

Playing in the Realms since the Old Grey Box (1987)... and *still* having fun with material published before 2008, despite the NDA'd lore.

If it's comparable in power with non-magical abilities, it's not magic.

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The Sage
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quote:
Originally posted by Jakk

Not quite, Sage.
No, it's fully right. That's pretty much how the Shadovar are defined in Lords of Darkness.

Granted, the definition itself may have changed since the publication of LoD. I wouldn't really know, since I've not kept up with most of the Shade-related Realmslore.

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Jakk
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The Shadovar, yes, but the Shadevari are different beasties, from what I can tell. Distinction in nomenclature was a bit lacking here, and has muddied the waters of comprehension.

My bad; I should have been clearer in the distinction in my original post.

Perhaps someone with access to more sources can clear this up for us. THO? Krash? Garen? Anyone with an accessible 2e-era collection of lore?

Edit: Apparently, the story above is from Faiths & Avatars, of which my roommate happens to have a copy. There is also a trimmed-down version somewhere in the 3e FRCS. Looking them up now... [/edit]

Playing in the Realms since the Old Grey Box (1987)... and *still* having fun with material published before 2008, despite the NDA'd lore.

If it's comparable in power with non-magical abilities, it's not magic.

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The Shadevari, if I recall right, are related to the Crypt of the Shadow King and the Curse of the Shadow Mage novels. They were, in 2e at least, the original users of shadow magic, however in 3e they were mostly ignored and never mentioned again.

They should also be detailed in Villians Lorebook.

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quote:
Originally posted by Kuje

The Shadevari, if I recall right, are related to the Crypt of the Shadow King and the Curse of the Shadow Mage novels. They were, in 2e at least, the original users of shadow magic, however in 3e they were mostly ignored and never mentioned again.

They should also be detailed in Villians Lorebook.

That's ringing bells now. An avatar of a Shadevari was summoned in the Crypt of the Shadowking and Curse of the Shadowmage novels.

And the "Sisters of Light and Darknesss" story is detailed somewhat on pg. 141 in Faiths & Avatars.

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Jakk
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quote:
Originally posted by The Sage

And the "Sisters of Light and Darkness" story is detailed somewhat on pg. 141 in Faiths & Avatars.


That's in fact the verbatim source for the story I quoted above. I finally tracked down my roommate's copy. I miss my 1e/2e Realmslore library.

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If it's comparable in power with non-magical abilities, it's not magic.

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Jakk
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quote:
Originally posted by Jakk


Hrm... Now, after the return of Thultanthar (Shade), it makes a lot more sense why the Shadevari bindings would be beneath Ascore... but it doesn't explain why they were there originally... one would think that they've been there for a good long time if they're to do with the binding of the Shadevari, and yet that would make it long before Netheril existed, let alone Thultanthar going off into the Shadow Plane.

Hopefully this will be resolved soon...



Actually, in context of the timeline involved, it makes perfect sense. Azuth didn't ascend to divinity until sometime in the 100's DR, and his ascension and imprisonment of the Shadevari happened fairly close together, so if that's what the pyramids are, then they've only been there for about 1300 years, even after the time jump. I think we're on to something here...

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If it's comparable in power with non-magical abilities, it's not magic.
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Revisiting this conundrum after nine months, largely to distract myself from the Cormyr Lineage...

Going by the dates from Secrets of the Magister, if that tome contains all post-Azuth Magisters, Azuth ascends to divinity in 136 DR, making it post-Ascore if the pyramids really are associated with the binding of the Shadevari. If not, then Azuth's ascension date doesn't matter one bit and we still have the biggest mystery in Faerūn on our hands. The former alternative is the one I'm going with, and my hypothesis discussed above is "the way things are" in my Realms. It meshes with known (by me) canon lore pre-1376 and answers my biggest burning question about the Realms apart from the aforementioned Cormyr lineage... which I will not mention further here, as it is grossly off-topic, not to mention irritating for some to even think about, let alone read about every three posts. I'm extremely tired right now, so my apologies if this is incoherent rambling. Then again, most of what I say is rambling with various degrees of coherence.

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Hmm, I likely haven't been clear about this, so should be.

The "lore" that was cut out of LEoF regarding the pyramids at Ascore isn't NDA. It simply no longer exists. The designer who wrote that particular section of the book came up with some stuff on the pyramids. The chapter was heavily re-written and that material never saw the light of day. It wasn't edited out and kept in a locked box of FR lore tidbits, it essentially was over-written and no longer exists except in the first drafts of the product.

If you asked WotC to release the material they have on the pyramids of Ascore you would be met by very blank stares.

Oh, and it had nothing to do with Azuth or Shadevari.

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I get the feeling that if I asked anybody at WotC a question about anything pre-4.0, I would be met by very blank stares. I'm not really surprised by that. Anyway, thanks for clearing that up, George; if the lore no longer exists, then I feel far more liberated to do what I want with the location. I expect that none of those "first drafts" exist in any accessible form, correct?

Edit: I *am* curious how you know what this non-existent lore was *not* about, George... [/edit]

Playing in the Realms since the Old Grey Box (1987)... and *still* having fun with material published before 2008, despite the NDA'd lore.

If it's comparable in power with non-magical abilities, it's not magic.

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