-A big part of Cormyr: The Tearing of the Weave was Cyricist conspiring with Sharrans in Cormyr to disrupt the Weave.
So this module is even set in Cormyr? Man I cant begin to tell you how lucky that is for me. My players have just been through the time of troubles which was mostly set in Comryr except for the ending. Thanks for the tip!
The progression is: - Cormyr: The Tearing of the Weave - levels 4th to about 8th - Shadowdale: The Scouring of the Land, AKA Shadowdale: The Weave Undwinding - 8th or 9th through 13th - Anauroch: The Empire of Shade, AKA Anuaroch: The Sundering of the World - 9th through 13th
The series was at least partially intended to provide some context and lead up to the Spellplague.
The Cormyr one is quite good and can go a lot of directions after. I haven't looked at the other two, but I know that Shadowdale didn't get great reviews. I'll have to look into it more. It also seems that Shadowdale and Anauroch cover the same level progression which is a little strange for a 3 part series, so I don't understand the design intent there. I do know Anauroch is supposed to have a great Finale.
When an animal looks up at the night sky, what does it see? Thousands and thousands of tiny points. Then a man looks up at the same points and sees millions of stars. Galaxies, within which are billions of planets. Do you want to know what I see? Were you there, when I created the stars? No. Space? Time? No! But still, you think you deserve understanding.