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Dragon Dreams of the Forest Kingdom: Death In The Last Drop

Dragon Dreams of the Forest Kingdom: Death In The Last Drop


“Dragon Dreams of the Forest Kingdom: Death In The Last Drop” is the second in a series of free articles inspired by the dreams of sleeping dragons that lair on Cormyr’s borders.

This article tells the story of the battle between the red dragon Thraxata “The Flamefiend” and the Cormyrean nobleman Ravance Buckfast atop the Bloodhorn, in the Thunder Peaks, and gives a description of the dragon and the unusually long-lived noble one hundred and twenty years after their fateful encounter.

The article introduces a trio of new magic items (Cloak of Misfortune; Flask of One Thousand Lifetimes, The Hunting Blade), includes descriptions for four adventuring companies you might encounter in Thunderstone (The Chase, The Dragon Chasers, The Oakshields and The Whitecloaks), and presents two classic Forgotten Realms spells with new 5E game mechanics (Loft and Tellsong).

Lastly, you’ll find game stats for an object that inflicts a terrible curse, and is part construct and part magic item: The Wandering Cloak of Wyvernshape.

I hope you enjoy this free article and all the articles to come.

Thanks for reading!

-Jeremy Grenemyer

for Commonplace Publishing

Below: Clathra Hargentle, Doombringer of Beshaba, hunted by the Whitecloaks.

Clathra Hargentle

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