Realms of War

War stories from the battlefields of Faer n The millennia old history of Faer n is punctuated by wars both local and world spanning This anthology of all new stories are set against the backdrop of a dozen of those conflicts From forest elf assassins to jungle dwelling halflings, from the mighty Seven Sisters to primitive goblins, warriors in every form struggle for theiWar stories from the battlefields of Faer n The millennia old history of Faer n is punctuated by wars both local and world spanning This anthology of all new stories are set against the backdrop of a dozen of those conflicts From forest elf assassins to jungle dwelling halflings, from the mighty Seven Sisters to primitive goblins, warriors in every form struggle for their place in the Forgotten Realms world.Realms of War is an anthology of all new war stories from The New York Times best selling authors R.A Salvatore, Paul S Kemp, Elaine Cunningham, and Lisa Smedman Forgotten Realms creator Ed Greenwood fan favorites Richard Lee Byers, Mel Odom, Bruce R Cordell, and Jess Lebow and talented newcomers Mark Sehestedt, Jaleigh Johnson, and Susan Morris.
Realms of War War stories from the battlefields of Faer n The millennia old history of Faer n is punctuated by wars both local and world spanning This anthology of all new stories are set against the backdrop of a

  • Title: Realms of War
  • Author: Philip Athans
  • ISBN: 9780786949342
  • Page: 444
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
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    1. Realms of War edited by Philip Athans- This anthology is included in The Twilight War trilogy by Paul S. Kemp. Comprised of twelve short stories by Paul S. Kemp, Lisa Smedman, Susan J. Morris, Bruce R. Cordell, Ed Greenwood, Jess Lebow, Mark Sehestedt, Elaine Cunningham, Mel Odom, Jaleigh Johnson, R. A. Salvatore, and Richard Lee Byers. There are many famous characters from the Forgotten Realms that appear in the different stories.Continuum by Paul S. Kemp- This short story fills in some of the [...]

    2. The following review was taken from beezermnethyn/indexpI highly recommend this website for this and other fantasy author reviews.Realms of War is the latest anthology released by Wizards of the Coast. All of the stories are edited by Philip Athans. This anthology is a direct tie-in to Paul S. Kemp’s latest trilogy titled The Twilight War. The crux of this anthology is each of these stories take place in a war that has occurred, or is occurring, in the Realms. There are many events, and charac [...]

    3. When I first read in the back of some book that there was going to be a Realms of War anthology, I was a little perplexed. ‘War’ is a pretty broad subject. But, then again, so is ‘Valor’, and ‘The Underdark’, and ‘The Arcane’. Picking up the book, the cover was pretty cool looking, I’ll admit. All of the Twilight War-related covers are.-The first short story, “Continuum”, by Paul Kemp, is one of the best pieces of Forgotten Realms literature that there is. Honestly. This st [...]

    4. Realms of War, edited by Philip Athans, is a short story anthology loosely linked to the Twilight War trilogy. It is similar to other Forgotten Realms short story books, in that there's one story by the author of the trilogy, which is directly tied to the events of that series, and then a bunch of other stories, that have nothing to do with it at all. In this case, the linking theme is that they have to do with warfare, somewhere and somewhen in the Forgotten Realms. It's unfortunate that these [...]

    5. I love the Realms Short Story Collections. This one was just as good. All the short stories were about war in some form or another. Each author had some aspect of war that there story followed. It is a nice collection. As usual there are some stories that are better than others. I can say that there wasn't one that I didn't enjoyed. They were are good.

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