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frost_lich
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Posted - 02 Jan 2018 :  13:48:57  Show Profile Send frost_lich a Private Message  Reply with Quote  Delete Topic
I enjoyed so much the Richard byers's books , I just read the Prophet of the Dead and I'm really looking into Brotherhood of the Griffon: Book VI.

But I just saw that the Prophet of the Dead was released in 2013. =/ Does anyone have any news about a new book of the series comming out?

thank u so much.

Edited by - frost_lich on 02 Jan 2018 13:56:26

Richard Lee Byers
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Posted - 02 Jan 2018 :  14:03:06  Show Profile  Visit Richard Lee Byers's Homepage  Reply with Quote
First, glad you enjoyed the books.

Second, sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but there are no further Brotherhood novels planned at this time. To the best of my knowledge, there are no more Forgotten Realms novels planned, period.

Perhaps the publisher will decide to do novels again at some point in the future and will want to include me in the plan. If so, I'll certainly be interested in talking to them. But to date, I haven't heard anything that reveals such plans are in the works.
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frost_lich
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Posted - 02 Jan 2018 :  14:13:30  Show Profile Send frost_lich a Private Message  Reply with Quote
OMG!!! =//// ***This replie contains spoilers on Realm of the Dead Trilogy***

Aoth Fenzim is a very nice character... it's very sad to let him go.... =///

Richard Lee Byers, can I ask you something about one of your great books? I always liked Lalara, abjuration Zuchir... sush a marvelous and evil character. Is that possible she survived Tvass Tam atacks after she gave Aoth the ring?
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Richard Lee Byers
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Posted - 02 Jan 2018 :  17:50:33  Show Profile  Visit Richard Lee Byers's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Honestly, that's not the way I imagined it going down, but it's possible. If you decide it happened that way in your campaign world or in your imagination, then it did.
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sleyvas
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Posted - 03 Jan 2018 :  03:00:09  Show Profile Send sleyvas a Private Message  Reply with Quote
Lol, hey Richard, just so you know... yeah, in MY realms, Lallara Mediocros IS surviving that encounter. So is Lauzoril (he jumped off the cliff and his feather fall allowed him to survive). The two of them work together to make Szass Tam's defenses against mental influence get lowered (yes, even though he's undead) via Lallara's abjuration magics and then Lauzoril's memories are changed to make him THINK he killed them. Then Tam left the demiplane... and the demiplane "froze"/"locked" with the two zulkirs trapped in it, until it shattered with the sundering (and to the two Zulkirs, it seemed that the last several years had been but a few seconds).

Of course, I'm also saying Mythrell'aa also survived (did you know that the part where everyone THOUGHT her name was Mythrellan had something to do with her faking her own death ), Yaphyll survived when she split herself, because the future portion went to Abeir... oh and Dmitra survived on Abeir (the version of her that never became a Zulkir and was a tharchion).

I'm also saving Ythazz Buvarr the demilich... and freeing the original Zulkir of Conjuration, Jorgmacdon, who led the ritual to entrap Eltab in Eltabbar. Oh, and once Zulkir Nevron "died" (to the knowledge of those red wizards in Escalant anyway), it seems that an efreeti Shazadeh (term for son of a Sultan), previously bound by Sabass of Thay during the Salamander war to a brazier, offered wishes to a group of adventures if they would retrieve a scroll of resurrection just a year before the sundering, and Sabass of Thay is back (putting this carefully plotting, researching, and dangerous red wizard who was assassinated by Tam prior to the civil war back into play).

Alavairthae, may your skill prevail

Phillip aka Sleyvas
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