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As soon as they were freed, the three fiends put their plans into motion.

The Seldarine respond to the arcane and divine high magic of the elves by smiting the Ilythiiri. Other empires were brought down by civil war, internal politics, or strange, monstrous foes, but Cormanthyr’s fall was largely the handiwork of fiendish forces. The War of the Seldarine begins. Almost seventy thousand elves perish before Aryvandaar wins the day and occupies northern Shantel Farrun. Most of the survivors migrated to Semberholme or Jhyrennstar.

The solar Malkizid is branded and thrown down into the Nine Hells. This page was last edited on 8 Julyat The pockets of elven power that still exist today — Evereska, Evermeet, and the forests of Tethyr — are but shadows of Cormanthyr’s grandeur. That war never occurred, but the threat of it left the army well prepared for the Army of Darkness.

Ilythiir launches surprise attacks against Orishaar, an ally of Aryvandaar. Upon the death of Coronal Oacenth, Coronal Kahvoerm declared the lands of Cormanthor to be a single, united kingdom, and a single, united people. Most newer books are in the original electronic format. Josidiah Starym descended into the Underdark to recover the Warblade and prove his worth to the coronal, whose heir he wished to marry. Thearnytaar and Eiellur invade Ilythiir. At the heart of the Great Forest, the citizens of the predominantly sun elf settlement known as Jhyrennstar used powerful magic to grow the trees to phenomenal heights.


Beholder Drow dark elf Githyanki Illithid mind flayer Lich. Several of the city’s noble houses migrated to purely elven enclaves, and humans and dwarves purchased their vacant villas. Thus, the exodus of the elves soon created a domino effect that weakened the City of Song considerably. The magic of the sword summoned forth a tall, white tower, which he named the Rule Tower.

Please log in to add or reply to comments. Infernal influence was a strong factor in the fall of Cormanthyr. After the vicious fighting of the Crown Wars, the Elven Court became the first permanent settlement in the Arcorar the forest that would later become Cormanthor.

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Resistance movements spring up in Miyeritar and Shantel Othreier. Powerful fiends of all evil alignments still inhabit Cormanthyr’s ruins along with their lesser servitors and lackeys, and Myth Drannor fairly teems with the inhabitants of the Lower Planes. This trend caused other elf clans to fear that non-elves were grabbing up all emlires land in Myth Drannor, so they too departed. It’s the problem of making a copy of a copy.

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While the Trio Nefarious was assembling its army, the people of Cormanthyr were busy dealing with other dangers. The capital of Cormanthyr was moved back to its ancient seat at the Elven Court, but the great elven kingdom never again reached its previous height.


The Fifth Crown War begins when the Vyshaantar Empire rebels against the proclamations of the Elven Court, which gaerun the elves of Aryvandaar to repudiate their Vyshaan rulers. A sense of awesome agelessness pervades the ruins from this era, and anyone who enters them knows instinctively that they are old beyond measure.

The Crown Wars consisted of five major campaigns — some of which happened concurrently — that eventually involved all the major elven civilizations.

D&D Forgotten Realms: Lost Empires of Faerun

fasrun Rare information The Dark Disaster was caused fearun the machinations of the Aryvandaaran high mages. Aryvandaaran forces occupy Miyeritar, though a number of dark and sylvan elf clans continue to resist.

Oost, far to the northwest of the Elven Court, the sylvan elf civilization of Rystall Wood was a wild, carefree realm in what is now the Border Forest. The commerce guilds also began to squabble among themselves. Never again would a grand empire of the elves rise on the mainland. Without the Srinshee’s guidance, the court mages fragmented to pursue separate agendas. Realms of the High Foreston pages 83—94, describes the kingdoms of EaerlannSiluvanede, Sharrven, and the surrounding states.

PCs wishing to research the Crown Wars are likely to encounter strong resistance unless everyone in the group is an elf.