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Average Rating 3 ratings Is your Forgotten Realms character an elf? A dwarf? Maybe a gnome? Within these pages are dozens of kits designed to help layers in a Forgotten Realms campaign enrich their characters and make them truly native to the Realms. Special benefits and disadvantages for each kit enhance the roleplaying experience while allowing characters to reflect their social roots and racial heritages.
This companion to Wizards and Rogues of the Realms and Warriors and Priests of the Realms completes the series of kit-based sourcebooks for the Forgotten Realms campaign. Moore, is a prestige-format Forgotten Realms sourcebook. It was released in January The Return of the Demihuman King. Roger E. Moore is probably best known as the editor of Dragon magazine in the 80s, the creator of Dungeon magazine, and the author of some notable Greyhawk books in the 90s.
However, he also wrote a ground-breaking series of articles on demihumans and humanoids from Dragon 58 February to Dragon 63 July These articles covered the "point of view" of dwarves, elves, half-elves, gnomes, halflings, and orcs, and also introduced many of their gods.
Thus, when Roger E. Moore was selected to write Demihumans of the Realms, it was a notable return for a master of the field. The Return of the Demihumans. Demihumans of the Realms was also a pretty nice companion for Demihuman Deities , published just a month earlier but not written by Roger E.
Continuing the FORs Sort of. Following the publication of Demihumans of the Realms, there was just one more FOR book to come: FOR Secrets of the Magister , which more closely followed the trade dress and format that was used in most of the early FOR books, beginning with Draconomicon.
Expanding the Realms. Demihumans of the Realms does a great job of cataloguing these many subraces of the Realms. However, you can find the influence of numerous other authors within these pages. It was certainly R. Salvatore who popularized the drow in the Realms, thanks to his long series of novels that began with The Crystal Shard , while he similarly featured the gray dwarves or duergar in Streams of Silver Finally, tinker gnomes were created by the Dragonlance team for the world of Krynn, and only appeared in the Realms following the Time of Troubles.
As has been the case since its earliest days at TSR, the Forgotten Realms was the creation of many hands, and Demihumans of the Realms highlights that. Future History. About the Creators. Please feel free to mail corrections, comments, and additions to shannon. Customers Who Bought this Title also Purchased.
Demihumans of the Realms
Demihumans of the Realms, softback Forgotten Realms supplement for AD&D 2nd/2.5th edition