By Troy Denning
The seer Alaundo prophesied that seven scourges could sweep Cormyr means in wreck. for hundreds of years the royal family members has stood watch opposed to that day and committed their lives to the safety of the realm.
But in a time whilst their historic guardians shut eye and their so much unswerving servants disappear, while a negative evil prepares to comb down upon their domestic --
Who will shield the royal family?
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Extra info for Beyond the High Road (Forgotten Realms: The Cormyr Saga, Book 2)
Here, the jungle undergrowth of the plains becomes steeped in water that ranges from 1 to 25 feet deep. In the moors, many exotic fruits of Nordmaar grow. Although the rest of the continent has not acquired a taste for these fruits, the natives of Nordmaar routinely make liqueurs from them. Between the two types of terrain stands North Keep, where the barbarian King of Nordmaar rules his lands. South and west of the moors lies a thin band of desert and Savannah land that separates Nordmaar from continental Ansalon.
The stony mountains of these islands 34 tween the Dargaard Mountains and the northeastern Khalkists. Unlike the smooth and verdant grasslands of Solamnia to its west, Estwilde consists of dry grasslands, rugged foothills, pine forests, and high mountains. Only tough grazing animals such as goats can subsist on this rugged feed. in the north lie the Woods of Lahue, whose wiry trees form a dense forest against the Astivar Mountains. Reports indicate that a goblin empire may be forming here. Also, a pinkskinned, blonde-furred race of human cannibals called the Lahutians dwells in these woods.
Although the islands average only ten miles in diameter, each contains everyterrain from lush plains to high mountains. This wide variation of land types makes each isle a beautiful and idyllic world unto itself. But humans and demihumans rarely see the beauty. These are magical isles. Legends say they shift in shape and position when human ships approach. Many a captain has reported pursuing one of the isles out to sea only to be closed upon by night. Whether these shifting islands are merely low-lying clouds, phantasmal visions, or actual spots of land, none can tell.
Beyond the High Road (Forgotten Realms: The Cormyr Saga, Book 2) by Troy Denning