Savage Frontier

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List Of Advanced Dungeons & Dragons 1st Edition Monsters - Other Sources - Dragon Magazine
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Sirine (Dungeons & Dragons) - Other Sources - Dragon Magazine
... Bonds Secret of the Silver Blades Pools of Darkness Ruins of Myth Drannor Savage Frontier series Gateway to the Savage Frontier Neverwinter Nights Treasures of the Savage Frontier Other ...
List Of Regions In Faerûn - S - Sword Coast
... Because of its quasi-lawless, "frontier" setting, being a place where all races can meet and interact, it has been the setting for many modules (especially those subtitled with the Savage Frontier name), as well as ...
List Of Dungeons & Dragons Monsters (1974–1976) - TSR 2005 - Dungeons & Dragons Supplement III: Eldritch Wizardry (1976)
... Silver Blades Pools of Darkness Ruins of Myth Drannor Savage Frontier series Gateway to the Savage Frontier Neverwinter Nights Treasures of the Savage Frontier Other ...
List Of Regions In Faerûn - S - Savage Frontier
... The Savage Frontier Capital none Government City-states, tribes, clans Ruler none Population 560,000 (est.) Races Humans, orcs, dwarves, half-elves, elves, half-orcs, halflings ... This region was first detailed in FR5, The Savage Frontier, published in 1988 ... Contrary to its name, much of the area is really not a savage frontier and it is quite civilized ...

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    What is an artist? A provincial who finds himself somewhere between a physical reality and a metaphysical one.... It’s this in-between that I’m calling a province, this frontier country between the tangible world and the intangible one—which is really the realm of the artist.
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