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By David Cook

An extreme, own tale of survival, a departure from the extra sweeping "battle opposed to nice evil" stories that represent the remainder of the Harpers books. visiting a long way north in defiance of her Harper superiors, Martine of Sembia unearths herself trapped within the lonely, snowbound valley of Samek. Illustrations

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The Fifth Rysar sees the election of the young, vibrant Coronal Intevar. -6200 The Fourth Rysar of Rystall Wood gives way to the Fifth Rysar under the Coronal Esyae, daughter of Naevys. c - 6 1 0 0 Fall of the Calim Caliphate & Memnonnar. -6000 The Fourth Rysar of Jhyrennstar starts here. -5960 High Shanatar rises to the surface Realms. -5700 Tales of Intevar’s Librarium in Uvaeren spread throughout all elven lands, as this allegedly contains the collective knowledge of the elves. -5660 Intevar’s Librarium and some strongholds in Uvaeren are attacked by greedy elven wizards seeking knowledge of High Magic, to no avail.

2387 Netheril releases all of its gnomish slaves. -2200 Start of the Tenth Rysar of Rystall Wood. Two elves, forbidden lovers long kept apart by their feuding noble families, secretly ask the 34 • Cormanthyr: Empire of Elves -1950 Fighting a drow incursion into the western woods, Coronal Sakrattars sacrifices himself to create a blood dragon and destroy the massive horde of drow occupying the last ruins of Uvaeren and the Twisted Tower (though not the tower itself). The Coronal’s chosen blade-heir receives and draws the Rulers’ Blade without incident; Sinaht Irithyl is the third Coronal of Cormanthyr.

324 Year of Freedom’s Friends The Harpers at Twilight are formed in secret deep in Elven Court woods by Dathlue Mistwinter, the Lady Steel, whose family crest (a silver 38 • Cormanthyr: Empire of Elves harp between the horns of a crescent moon, encircled by stars on a black field) becomes the badge of the Harpers. Among the early members were elf, human, and half-elf warriors, rangers, druids, thieves, and mages (including Ruehar Oakstaff, Ioelena Audark, Lyari Pholont “the Shadesilk,” and Elminster).

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