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Fast forward a couple of years, and Greenwood was becoming won over by the more extensive descriptions of the Monster Manual and the clearer limitations and descriptions for classes and spells found in the Players Handbook Enter: September.
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She was also the "greatest Dungeon Master" Greenwood had "ever known, before or since". The Forgotten Realms saw regular play starting some time in Greenwood's first players were the Company of Crazed Venturers. They began their story in Waterdeep, exploring Undermountain and its adjunct, the Dungeon of the Crypt. They then turned to guarding caravans, which led them to Silverymoon, Everlund, Sundabar, and Secomber.
When the Don Mills public library in North York, where Greenwood worked, asked him to run a campaign at the library, Greenwood was ready.
He began the new story in Cormyr, in the Haunted Halls of Eveningstar. This led to the rise of a new adventuring company, the Swords of Eveningstar. They would eventually become the Knights of Myth Drannor and settle in as the lords of what may the Realms' most famous locale, Shadowdale. Later, short-term campaigns at public libraries would give rise to the other adventuring bands in Cormyr and the Dales, such as the Company of the Unicorn and the Company of the Manticore, while the Baron's Blades of Amn could be found at many conventions.
When Greenwood ran his Realms adventures, they tended to have three characteristics: Freedom. The players had agency to do as they wished. The adventures hid conspiracies, mysteries, and secrets. The adventures depicted the Realms as a living place that changed. The open freedom of Greenwood's Realms is obvious in the world's wide maps, and the intrigue would appear through many published groups and organizations, but don't confuse the events of Greenwood's living world with the Realms-shaking events that would occur at TSR: they were very different beasts.
Greenwood says that after twenty years of play, the Knights of Myth Drannor were just at 9th level.
Their conspiracies, mysteries, and events were smaller things, not the massive upheavals that would begin at TSR just two years down the road with the Avatar event Ed Greenwood decided to start writing for Dragon magazine because of mistakes in the Divine Right boardgame Greenwood was soon "flooding" the magazine with articles, so many that he was eventually named a "Contributing Editor" — which didn't provide any salary, just credit.
Meanwhile, some of Greenwood's articles began to hint at an otherwise unknown world, full of legendary people and places.
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It was the Forgotten Realms, quietly making its first appearances in the pages of Dragon magazine. It was Ed Greenwood's magic item articles that really got the ball rolling, starting with "Pages from the Mages" in Dragon 62 June Each magic item included long histories; even that first one included a few references that later Realms fans would recognize, including a "Red Wizard" … and a sage named "Elminster".
Origins VI : downloading a World. Which finally brings up back to TSR, where Jeff Grubb knew that his bosses were looking for a new world. He was also familiar with what Greenwood had been writing for Dragon magazine. So he called Greenwood long distance, to Canada and said, "Do you really have a complete, detailed fantasy world at home, or do you just make it up as you go along?
Dobson agreed, so Greenwood began sending Grubb typewritten manuscripts about the Realms. The "t"s were all written in by hand, because Greenwood's "t" key wasn't working. Grubb would later say, it "was like reading a little graveyard on every page". After Grubb read each packet, he'd send it on to Karen S. Martin for "perusal and comments".
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Spellfire Shandril's Saga 1 by Ed Greenwood 3. Greenwood says that after twenty years of play, the Knights of Myth Drannor were just at 9th level. I f you wish to review a Forgotten Realms product, please go to The Scribe's Desk to submit your comments. This made it stand out when compared to the more game-focused maps of the world found in Greyhawk and Dragonlance products; it created what Jeff Grubb called an "openness on the map", which allowed players to "add their own stuff".