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by Ed Greenwood

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  • ISBN 0786903015
  • ISBN13 978-0786903016
  • Language English
  • Author Ed Greenwood
  • Publisher Wizards of the Coast; Second Printing edition (December 1, 1995)
  • Formats rtf doc azw mbr
  • Category Fantasy
  • Subcategory Fantasy
  • Size ePub 1204 kb
  • Size Fb2 1592 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
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The Shadow Over FaerûnThe Time of Troubles had arrived. The chaos of spilled blood, lawless strife, monsters unleashed, and avatars roaming Faerûn had come.But wrathful and warring gods were not Faerûn's only problem.The dreaded and insidious Shadowmasters had seized the opportunity to increase their influence and power while Mystra and her minions were otherwise engaged. The Shadowmasters had woven a mgical cloak of spells that would render the wearer invisible to their rival's magic.The shadow over Faerûn spreads.

Cloak of Shadows book. One of the best series in The Forgotten Realms. Ed Greenwood is masterful at using colourful, hilarious characters while still maintaining the seriousness of his story.

Cloak of Shadows book. The Shadow Over FaerûnThe Time of Troubles had arrived. This is a series I read over and over.

Cloak of Shadows is a novel by Ed Greenwood and the second book in The Shadow of the Avatar Trilogy. Arashta Tharbrow, Masked One, Mystra, Thalart. Categories: Pages with stub sections. Works by Ed Greenwood.

The shadow of the avatar trilogy. Other Books by Ed Greenwood. FORGOTTEN REALMS, D&D, Wizards of the Coast, and their respective logos are trademarks of Wizards of the Coast LLC in the . All Wizards of the Coast characters and their distinctive likenesses are property of Wizards of the Coast LLC. Cover art by: Fred Fields.

Читать онлайн Cloak of Shadows . Greenwood Ed. Ed Greenwood. A dark shadow that had eyes drifted down unseen over a mist-shrouded battlefield where weary, snarling creatures hacked at each other with blood-drenched blades at the end of a day that had been long indeed. The Dark One looked around at hill after hill of destruction, and sighed. Waste, all this blood and dying. The Plane of Acheron, and a forgotten ruin in the Savage Frontier backlands, Mirtul 29. Cold laughter rang out through the castle, and scurrying servants of Bane paused in their scuttlings long enough to shudder before they hastened on again. Such sounds boded ill for all.

Book 1 of 3 in the Shadow of the Avatar Series. Like the Avatar series, The Shadow of the Avatar is only good to help understand the realms - some of the key personalities, how some organizations work, and some details on a few locales

Book 1 of 3 in the Shadow of the Avatar Series. Like the Avatar series, The Shadow of the Avatar is only good to help understand the realms - some of the key personalities, how some organizations work, and some details on a few locales. Beyond that, Shadows of Doom is tough to get through and I had to force myself to get through it. I do like the fight scenes. Greenwood did a good job when Sharantyr, Iltharr, Belkram, et. al. were sword fighting. But, the story is dull and all of the things wrong with the Time of Troubles are engendered here. Like I said, though, it's a good way to understand this part of the Realms.

ALL SHADOWS FLED ┬й1995 TSR, Inc. All Rights Reserved. All characters in this book are fictitious. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.

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The Shadow Over FaerûnThe Time of Troubles had arrived. The chaos of spilled blood, lawless strife, monsters unleashed, and avatars roaming Faerûn had come. But wrathful and warring gods were not Faerûn's only problem. The dreaded and insidious Shadowmasters had seized the opportunity to increase their influence and power while Mystra and her minions were otherwise engaged.

Ed Greenwood is an American author of fiction known for writing elaborate fantasy novels, game books, and series. With dark forces waiting in the shadows to claim him if he falls, the king cannot afford to lose

Hardcover Paperback Kindle. Hardcover Paperback Kindle. Ed Greenwood is an American author of fiction known for writing elaborate fantasy novels, game books, and series. He is the creator of the Forgotten Realms world. He also produces Realmslore for a few TSR Publications. With dark forces waiting in the shadows to claim him if he falls, the king cannot afford to lose. Luckily, he has the Band of Four to help him claim the vacant throne and at last free Aglirta from the dark shadow that threatens to overtake it. The Band of Four is back once again in this dynamic series from Ed Greenwood!

The Shadowmasters had woven a mgical cloak of spells that would render the wearer invisible to their rival's magic. The shadow over Faerûn spreads

The Shadowmasters had woven a mgical cloak of spells that would render the wearer invisible to their rival's magic. The shadow over Faerûn spreads.

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Fog
A good story for more obscure D&D lore and planes info. Fills in a good portion of the Time of Troubles pretty well. Also this is the first time I can recall reading about a one on one convo with the Overgod Ao which was cool.
Cells
Usually I'm unwholesomely addicted to pulp fantasy novels, but I couldn't stand to read this one. Elminster has to be one of the genre's most annoying characters. It took me more than 1000 pages before I started to hate Drizzit, but only a few dozen for Elminster. In Greenwood's world the most powerful person on Faerun is always cracking bad jokes, winking at his companions, and observing how funny he is. The people around "El" are continually groaning and sighing. The novel ends up reading like an unfunny episode of Cheers (the sitcom): cloying atmosphere combined with the impossibility of character development.
If you enjoy reading about world-changing events, check out some of the Cyric stories, like _Crucible_ by Troy Denning. Otherwise check out some good FR books by Elaine Cunningham and Paul Kemp.
Cala
Almost got bored part way through, but the story line changed a bit and the rest of the story got a lot better.
Beazekelv
Love these kind of books
Made-with-Love
good read haven't been disappointed yet by any of the elminster books. if your a fan of elminster you wont be disappointed.
Iaran
Awesome book Greenwood is a wonderful read.
Jan
Can't reccomend this book enough. I had fun, laughed, cried, and all that crap. It's a forgotten realms novel. it is what it is.
Great book I wouldn't expect less from Ed