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Cormyr: A Novel (Forgotten Realms) (The Cormyr Saga, Book 1)

By Ed Greenwood and Jeff Grubb (1996). Wizard of the Coast, Inc

'The epic struggle of a family... and a nation. Cormyr has been ruled by the Obarskyr family since its inception one and a half millennia ago. Now its king, Azoun IV, lies on his deathbed, and the vultures are circling, hoping to usurp the throne for their own. Against the crisis of state, the history of the Forest Kingdom unfolds, relating the previously untold story of a nation, its rulers, and its wizards'.

Cormyr: A Novel is the epic historical saga of the most powerful nation in the Forgotten Realms fantasy world, as told by the world's co-creators. The action takes place in 1369 DR
Beyond the High Road (Forgotten Realms) (The Cormyr Saga, Book 2)

By Troy Denning (1999). Wizard of the Coast, Inc

'The seer Alaundo prophesied that seven scourges would sweep Cormyr away in ruin. For centuries the royal family has stood watch against that day and devoted their lives to the protection of the realm. But in a time when their ancient guardians slumber and their most loyal servants disappear, when a terrible evil prepares to sweep down upon their home -- who will protect the royal family?'.

In the land of Cormyr, Princess Tanalasta's involvement with a sinister religious order worries her father, King Azoun, as well as the royal magician. Meanwhile a terrible evil prepares an all-out attack on the kingdom. The action takes place in 1370 DR

Death of the Dragon (Forgotten Realms) (The Cormyr Saga, Book 3)

By Ed Greenwood and Troy Denning (2000). Wizard of the Coast, Inc.

Seven scourges—five long gone, one of the day, and one soon to come—open the door no man can close. Out come the armies of the dead and the legions of the devil made by itself, to sweep all Cormyr away in ruin, unless those long dead rise to stand against them (The Prophecies of Alaundo) The realm has endured a thousand years and more. For all that time, an Obarskyr has sat upon the Purple Throne. But under the tearing talons of dark magic, fell foes, and a dragon more vicious than any ever encountered, how much longer can the royal family of Cormyr endure? Or the kingdom herself?

Death of the Dragon concludes The Cormyr Saga, which chronicles the end of King Azoun IV's rule of Cormyr. The action takes place in 1371 DR
Elminster's Daughter (Forgotten Realms) (The Elminster Series)

By Ed Greenwood (2004). Wizard of the Coast, Inc

'A woman scorned. All her life, Narnra of Waterdeep has wondered who her father is. Amid the squalor of the streets, through the danger she faces daily as a thief in the City of Splendors, she speculates on whom the mysterious wizard might be who left her mother to raise a fatherless child. Now she's discovered that it's no less a person than Elminster of Shadowdale, mightiest mage in all Faerûn. And her anger is as boundless as his power.'


Elminster's Daughter takes place a few years after Elminster in Hell (and is also a sequel to Death of the Dragon). A relatively light-hearted book when compared to the more violent Elminster in Hell, it focuses primarily on the life of one of Elminster's children, Narnra Shalace. Narnra leads the life of a loner thief in Waterdeep, with no one to depend on but herself. Following an old man through an alleyway and into a portal, she emerges in Marsember. The old man she follows is none other than Elminster. Because of her curiosity, Narnra quickly finds herself involved not only in the intrigues of the Cormyrean nation, but also with Elminster, who turns out to be her father, whom she has never known.
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