By Dale Donovan
Herein is written the tale of the Cult of the Dragon, starting with its origin in response to an imprecise line in a tome of historic prophecy. study of the Cult's strongest present cells, their leaders, the dragons and dracoliches that paintings with them (or for them), and their ambitions. realize the various foes the Cult has earned in over 4 centuries of treachery and industrious malevolent dealings. additionally incorporated are the main points of a few of the spells and magical goods of the Cult and its dragons and dracoliches, together with the single merchandise that no Cult member will ever admit the lifestyles of, less declare to own. examine the various magical version and hybrid creatures that the Cult makes use of to excercise its will around the face of Faerun.
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Extra info for Cult of the Dragon (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Forgotten Realms)
After the destruction of three Sacred Ones in the debacle surrounding the Sembian Cult cells efforts to acquire spellfire, Aurgloroasa has emerged as the preeminent dracolich in the Merchant Kingdom. At her instigation, the Wearers of the Purple have begun an extensive campaign to cultivate new candidates among the younger evil dragons of the region. Aurgloroasa, of course, has ensured that the list of candidates consists primarily of dragons she has already bound to her will through magic and obligations.
If the Cult has a presence anywhere nearby, the adventurers are soon invited to a gambling house or to a less formal friendly game of chance sponsored by Cult fronts. Brigandry: The final type of activity that most Cult cells engage in at some time is that of outright violence. Some Cult cells are better than others at the nonviolent means of collecting revenue discussed above. When those methods fail, or at times when the cells leadership decides that direct action is expedient, large-scale violence ensues.
Although some yuan-ti have been attracted to the idea of reptilian dragons coming into power across Faerûn, most of the Cult of the Dragon members are mammals. Since the rulers of Hlondeth are yuan-ti, a certain antimammal bias exists in the citys bureaucracy. Also, most warm-blooded criminals caught in the city (who do not have some prearranged release agreement with the guards) are not seen againample reason for the Cult to tread lightly. Leaders: The current leader of the Cult cell in Hlondeth is no less than the son of the citys ruler.
Cult of the Dragon (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons Forgotten Realms) by Dale Donovan