Forgotten Realms: The Library

Abolethic Sovereignty

Plague of Spells

29 Tarsakh, 1285 DR

The horizon was on fire.

Raidon Kane emerges from the Spellplague with a sapphire tattoo burned into his flesh, strange supernatural powers, and eleven missing years.

The world had ended. How could he forget that?

His daughter is dead. His home has been destroyed. His life is empty save for one thing.

Everything faded to blue, then to nothing.



Lovecraftian Horror in Faerûn!

Blue fire sears the face of Faerûn, leaving the twisted and mutilated dead in its wake. But a rare few escape death -- and suffer some mystical mutation. Raidon Kane is one of those who survives, the wake of blue fire burning the sigil of the amulet he wears into his chest and binding him with all the power and responsibility it entails. With everyone he knows and cares about dead, Raidon must find within himself the strength to lead the fight against the rise of an elder evil the likes of which would be the end of mortal kind.

Award-winning game designer Bruce R. Cordell depicts the rise of a monstrous nation of elder evil as only he can in this brand-new trilogy Abolethic Sovereignty. Dedicated to showcasing one of the most fascinating new aspects of the changed face of Faerûn, this trilogy is packed with the exciting battles, wizardry, and monsters that are the hallmark of Forgotten Realms novels as well as introducing a new never-before-seen element of Lovecraftian horror to Faerûn.


City of Torment

Raidon Kane travels to the subterranean fortress of the somnambulant aboleths, bent on killing the Eldest in its sleep. But he isn't the only one bound for the hidden city. A warlock, an arch fey, a pirate, and a high priestess of the Abolethic Sovereignty all have designs of their own on the Eldest - if they don't kill each other first.


The Spellplague left Raidon Kane with many scars. A dead daughter and a leveled home. Eleven missing years. And a strange sapphire tattoo that grants him supernatural powers that aid him in fighting aberrant monstrosities such as aboleths. Unfortunately for Raidon, the world has no time for his pain. It desperately needs his help.

A splinter of the Abolethic Sovereignty, a nightmare empire bent on reducing the world to the chaos, has risen and is on the brink of waking the Eldest -- an aboleth so powerful that his dreaming alone can affect the world. Once he is roused, even Raidon's supernatural gifts will not be enough to save the Realms.

Raidon has failed in the first part of his task. The Dreamheart, actually the petrified eye of the Eldest, is awake. It is too late to simply destroy the Dreamheart. Left unchecked, the Dreamheart will aid the aboleths in waking the Eldest. Raidon has no choice: he must travel to the lost city of the aboleths, the City of Torment itself, to stop them before their rituals reach their horrific conclusion.


Key of Stars

Citadel of the Outer Void

I know where to find the Key of Stars.

For centuries Malyanna has worked in secret, manipulating, killing, and researching in pursuit of the Key of Stars.

I'll use it in the Eldest's place to unlock the Far Manifold.

With it, she will unleash a realm of chaos upon the world.

But first, we must find my poor, long departed mentor.

Raidon Kane and his companions must find a way to stop her - a race that leads them to seek out a dangerous criminal Raidon had defeated once before.

The Traitor.


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