List of Forgotten Realms Nations

List Of Forgotten Realms Nations

This is a list of fictional nations and countries from the Forgotten Realms setting. These nations have appeared in the Forgotten Realms campaign setting for the Dungeons and Dragons fantasy roleplaying game, the multiple series of novels set in the Forgotten Realms, or the numerous video and computer games set in the Forgotten Realms, or any combination thereof.

Read more about List Of Forgotten Realms NationsAglarond, Amn, Calimshan, Chessenta, Chondath, Damara, Dambrath, Durpar, Estagund, Halruaa, Impiltur, Lantan, Luiren, Moonshae Isles, Mulhorand, Murghôm, Rashemen, Sembia, Semphar, Sossal, Tethyr, Thay, Thesk, Turmish, Ulgarth, Unther, Vaasa, Var The Golden, Veldorn

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