Game Glossary

Below is the Game Glossary that we will try to keep updated as new information is learned.

Items (Major Artifacts Only)

  • Aar’neshal – Holy ring known as the Wonder of Dumathuin; rumored to have last been used in the defense of Ammarindar as it fell to the demons and undead of Ascalhorn (modern day Hellgate Keep)
  • Armor of Scythlana Dwarfbeard – armor woven out of the beards of living dwarven victims; currently set to be destroyed by the Ebonhall brothers when a way is found
  • Crown of House Tarkanan – a crown of the Tarkanan beholder clan rumored to hold power over beholders and others, but to date it remains in the hands of the beholder clan near the Mines of Dekanter to the south
  • Dhalombek-Vin, the Brass Crown of the Seven Kingdoms of Ammarindar – its powers are reputed to be unbelievable and it would have perished with the king or been lost somewhere near Splendarmornn, the great capital of Ammarindar
  • Kagathura – Legendary axe of Ebonhall; given to Thorgrim for use in the Mordinsquest
  • Nimoar’s Blazing Bulwark – This item is so old and legendary that all you know of it is that it is a highly sought artifact of the most powerful Houses of Waterdeep, dating back to the line of Nimoar himself, on whose Hold Waterdeep is founded
  • Royal Ring of Ammarindar – the royal ring of the ancient dwarven kingdom, rumored to have been worn by Queen Helmma herself in the final retreat from Ammarindar and likely to be found somewhere near the Vale of Naurogloth, also known as the Bleached Bones Pass
  • Silverhelm of the Guardian – a minor relic of Helm, the Watcher. Another item so old and legendary that all you know of it is that it is also a highly sought artifact of the most powerful Houses of Waterdeep, dating back to the line of Nimoar himself, on whose Hold Waterdeep is founded
  • Tal-Gorin, the blessed of Talona – Legendary staff of Talona, Goddess of Poision
  • The Flaming Eyes of Tharmekhul – Legendary crossbow artifact of Tharmekhul, the dwarven deity of the Forge and Fire; rumored to have last been used in the defense of Citadel Yaunoroth as it fell to the demons of Ascalhorn (modern day Hellgate Keep)
  • The Holy Orb of Moradin – Formerly the personal holy symbol of Rubia Ebonhall, this legendary artifact bears the hammer and anvil symbol of Moradin the Dwarf-father and 10 dark red-purple stones of extraordinary beauty and power
  • The Starstaff of Tsaelynos – Another item so old and legendary that all you know of it is that it is also a highly sought artifact of the most powerful Houses of Silverymoon, dating back to the founding of that beautiful city

Historical Figures (all deceased)

  • Axe Prince Isinghar – son of Queen Helmma of Ammarindar who was slain in the battles of the north while letting his people flee south
  • Barundar “Firebeard” Battlehammer – son of Arn of Kelvin’s Cairn who was interred in the Cairn of Moonlight
  • Iirikos Stoneshoulder – dwarven builder who built the bridge over the Delimbyr that would eventually become Loudwater
  • King Azkuldar I – dwarven king of Ammarindar who initiated trade with ancient Netheril
  • King Azkuldar III – dwarven king of Ammarindar who created the Xothol
  • King Connar IV – dwarven king of Ammarindar who defeated the orc hordes of the High Forest and the great red dragon Rithaerosurffell (aka the Bane of Sharrven)
  • King Olaurin – widely recognized as the greatest hero-king of Ammarindar, he was slain in battle with the mighty deep dragon Erthungaron
  • King Tormalk I – dwarven king of Ammarindar who closed the Xothol
  • Kormanthor Silveraxe – dwarf who lead his people south to claim the mines now known as the Grimbranvil Mines
  • Lord Laerlos Silmerhelve II – human lord of Waterdeep who was interred in the Cairn of Moonlight
  • Mordain Silveraxe – son of Kormanthor Silveraxe who killed Vikril Deepmantle to gian control of Undureth
  • Princess Olmma – sister of Queen Helmma who led the defenders of Citadel Yaunoroth
  • Queen Helmma – last ruler of Ammarindar who fell at the Vale of Naurogloth (also known as the Bleached Bones Pass)
  • Sammaster – male human mage who founded the Cult of the Dragon and later returned as a lich before being defeated by the Harpers and the clerics of Lathander, the Morninglord
  • Tsaelynos of Everlund – an elven mage of Silverymoon who was interred in the Cairn of Moonlight
  • Vikril Deepmantle – duergar who made the original pact with Undureth

Monsters Etc.

  • Baphomet – Furry 17’ tall minotaur demon-god; known as the Horned King
  • Bat Eye Orc Tribe – orc tribe of the Greypeaks who are more intelligent than average orcs and have spell casting abilities; work with the tattoed dwarves
  • Bloody Scar Orc Tribe – orc tribe of the Greypeaks led by King Ogrash
  • Brutal Pisser – huge male orc warrior of the Ripped Gut tribe
  • Dogho (deceased) – highly intelligent goblin; brother of Morgho the Grand Adjudicator
  • Gorak, the Guttural Goblin (deceased) – leader of the Harshtongue tribe of goblins who was defeated by High Chieftain Mithras of Clan Greywanderer
  • Harshtongue Goblin Tribe – goblin tribe formerly led by Gorak but defeated by the Greywanderers
  • House Tarkanan – Beholder worshiping group
  • King Ogrash – leader of the Bloody Scar tribe of orcs in the Greypeaks
  • Morgho the Grand Adjudicator (deceased) – male goblin leader; brother to Dogho & Pogho
  • Morueme – clan name for the blue dragons of Dragoondoom Mountain
  • Pogho (deceased) – male goblin spy of his brother Morgho the Grand Adjudicator
  • Ripped Gut Orc Tribe – orc tribe of the Nether Mountains and the Talons (foothills of the Nether Mountains) who are traditional enemies of Morueme
  • Schmee One-Eye – very powerful shaman of the Ripped Gut tribe
  • Unamel – the great undead unicorn camel guardian of Masulk’s Tomb
  • Undureth – great green dragon of the Grimbranvil Mines whose real name is Voldishkayam Argetleeth Hundaicos
  • Vrock – half-dwarf demon who is said to be the ultimate servant of Baphomet and lead representative of the Unspoken Hall

NPCs

  • Algashon – high priest of Bane (the Black Hand) who is the current leader of the Cult of the Dragon and founder of “the Wearers of Purple” who are the highest ranking members
  • Arturius Fivestrings – halfling companion of Thimrim, Elmrin & Cousin Helmrin
  • Barhock Stonehelm – Bolfast Tor dwarf rescued from dungeon
  • Batuk – white serpent familiar of Bravil
  • Beluga Horntusk – half-orc merchant who purchased Tal-Gorin from Bravil in exchange for spells
  • Bethor Rubyeye – Master gemcutter of Uruz and High Priest of Dumathoin
  • Bran Stonehelm – clan chieftain of the Stonehelm clan; one of only a few survivors of “the incident” as it is now known in Bolfast-Tor who did not require resurrection
  • Catharandamus (deceased) – a human worshipper of Talona who possessed the staff Tal-Gorin and was working the Grimbranvil mines prior to the Ebonhalls
  • Cinder Ebonforge – Spectral guardian of the Tombs of Ebonhall
  • Cousin Helmrin – dwarven cousin of Elmrin & Thimrin
  • Crishana Fireglen – female human Harper who slew Elijhan Halfbane in Llorkh
  • Ebonhall Dwarven Clan – clan of the Greywanderer dwarven community and home clan of the Ebonhall brothers; led by Bardal and Rubia Ebonhall (aka mom and dad)
  • Elena Silverhair – female elf of Elvenport who is teaching Bravil Arcane Healing
  • Eleanor Silverhair – female elven ghost of the Nameless Dungeon who watches the entrance
  • Elijhan Halfbane (deceased) – Elfling companion of Krynn Dralken that was killed by Crishana Fireglen
  • Ena Hammerstone – female dwarf-smith of Uruz
  • Giantbane Dwarven Clan – clan of the Greywanderer dwarven community
  • Glimlip of House Morueme – dwarven retainer of the Morueme blue dragons
  • Glorn Hearthfire – male dwarven adventurer who served briefly as the Ebonhall Brother’s sage
  • Greywanderer Dwarven Clan – head clan of the Greywanderer dwarven community which includes the Ebonhalls, Greywander and Giantbane clans
  • Grim Halfbane – male half-human half-elf foster brother of Elijhan Halfbane who works for Krynn Dralken
  • Grolk Halfbane – male half-ogre half-elf foster brother of Elijhan Halfbane who works for Krynn Dralken
  • Hansen (deceased) – male Dueurgar of Clan Gormley who led the Ebonhalls to Sturlgorra
  • High Chieftain Mithras – leader of the Greywanderer clan and the Greywanderer dwarven community
  • Jangarak Hammerhand (deceased) – of clan Stonehelm; ranking priest of Abbathor, the dark dwarven god who was working with Bane; was overthrown with the help of the Ebonhalls
  • Jormund – male stone giant of Tallkeep; father of Mithkin
  • Korshin the Younger – son of Korshin the Elder; male human necromancer of eastern Greypeaks
  • Krynn Dralken – Zhentarim follower of Bane who the Ebonhalls established a trade agreement with on the eastern edge of the Greypeaks
  • Lord Durthane Silveraxe – male dwarven Mayor of Uruz
  • Lord Nathalantor Greysword – human mayor of Loudwater; works with Zhentarim and Krynn Dralken
  • Lugh Forgesmith – male dwarven merchant of Uruz
  • Masulk – deceased Calishite vizier and wizard of Masulk’s Tomb fame
  • Mithkin – young male stone giant of Tallkeep; son of Jormund
  • Nar Kerymhoarth – the ancient elven spirit for whom the Nameless Dungeon is named; released by Thorgrim in the first level of the dungeon
  • Scythlana Dwarfbeard (deceased) – evil human who preyed on dwarves and constructed a foul artifact of living dwarven beards
  • Sha’Nehal Alondria – an elf carrying spells which can bind demons who is located near the Stone Stand in the High Forest
  • Stonehelm Dwarven Clan – clan of the eastern Greypeaks who live in Bolfast-Tor and have recently joined the Greywanderer community after several “incidents” convinced them of their need to band together with their fellow dwarves
  • The Cult of the Dragon – an evil brotherhood whose goal is to turn all living dragons into dracolichs; its high ranking members are known as “the Wearers of Purple”
  • Thimrin & Elmrin – brother Dwarves on a trading expedition to Uruz
  • Tol Bloodhammer – leader of the Stonehelm clan warriors; resurrected after the “incident” at Bolfast-Tor
  • Turlang the Treant – Turlang is an ancient treant who has taken over management of Isengard…I mean the northern High Forest
  • Yahtzee – a yuan-ti (snake person) who was found in the Nameless Dungeon and accompanied the Ebonhalls briefly before being lost after Masulk’s Tomb
  • Zhentarim – Massive criminal enterprise heavily influencing trade that does business with very bad people and are often worshippers of Bane, Cyric and a smattering of other dark gods

Places

  • Ammarindar – Ancient kingdom of the dwarves
  • Ascalhorn – the elven city that used to sit on the site of modern-day Hellgate Keep
  • Bleached Bones Pass – also known as the Vale of Naurogloth
  • Bolfast-Tor – home of the Stonehelm clan of dwarves in the eastern Graypeaks
  • Cairn of Moonlight – tomb of some of the great adventures of the Moonlight Men including the dwarf Barundar “Firebeard” Battlehammer of Kelvin’s Cairn, the elf Tsaelynos of Silverymoon, and the human Lord Laerlos Silverhelm of Waterdeep
  • Citadel Yaunoroth – great southern citadel of Ammarindar
  • Crypt of the Black Hand – one of the last rumored strongholds of Bane to have survived the purge of Cyric the Mad when he took over the Zhentarim and Bane was destroyed; rumored to be found somewhere within Hellgate Keep/Ascalhorn
  • Doomspire – the village below the Morueme cave entrance
  • Dragoondoom Mountain – the mountain holding Doomspire and the Morueme clan of blue dragons
  • Eastdelve – the eastern fortress of Ammarindar
  • Elvenport – Elven trading port on the River Delimbyr at the edge of the High Forest
  • Grimbranvil Mines – mines formerly occupied by the Silveraxes, then Catharandamus, then tended by Ebonhall brothers and now by their clan during their Mordinsquest
  • Halls of Melee – Ancient dwarven school of warriors; location lost to time
  • Hellgate Keep – formerly known as Ascalhorn; ancient citadel of the fey’ri (demon tainted elves) located in the northeaster High Forest that sits atop the start of the ruins of the ancient dwarven kingdom of Ammarindar; now infested by tannaruk demons of the Scourged Legion led by Khanyr Vok (a half-cambion demon of power)
  • High Forest – the great elven forest that covers most of the area west of the Delimbiyr River
  • Masulk’s Tomb – tomb of Calishite vizier and wizard
  • Mines of Dekanter – southern mines taken over by beholders; once part of Ammarindar
  • Mount Andar – Home of Glorn Hearthfire
  • Mount Dekantar – ruins of southeastern fortress of Ammarindar
  • Nar Kerymhoarth – a once proud tomb converted into a prison for the fey’ri by the elves of the High Forest; also known as the Sleeping Citadel and the Nameless Dungeon
  • Nameless Dungeon – see Nar Kerymhoarth
  • Northdelve – the northern fortress of Ammarindar
  • Ring of Nine Stones – East edge of Anauroch (For this place we have a book of rights of initiation, a book of devotion to the one holy eye, and the two gold rings that allow passage in and out of the ring)
  • Royal Tombs of Splendarrmorn – ancient tombs of Ammarindar’s capital city located under Shining Falls
  • Shining Falls – waterfall on the Delimbyr River that has a portal stone above and the Royal Tombs of Splendarrmorn below
  • Sleeping Citadel – see Nar Kerymhoarth
  • Spellguard Tower – Home of master of divination who answers questions for fee
  • Splendarrmorn – ancient capital of Ammarindar known as The Shining City
  • Sturlgorra – Dureugar city destroyed by Undereth
  • Tallkeep – home of the stone giants in the northeastern Graypeaks
  • The Thousand Maws – home to the Ripped Gut tribe of orcs
  • Unspoken Hall – temple to Baphomet with tattooed dwarven worshippers
  • Uruz – the city of Granite; a dwarven city west of Dragondoom Mountain
  • Vale of Naurogloth – also known as Bleached Bones Pass
  • Westdelve – Ruins of Ammarindar under the West Watch
  • West Rose – Top level of West Delve Ruins
  • West Watch – Mountain south of Ebonhall; ruins of Netheril
  • Xothol – Ancient dwarven school of magic

Game Glossary

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