Post by Always_a_hero on May 5, 2019 13:06:13 GMT -5
Upon making some DnD deity-related research, I noticed there were many articles speaking of the Spellplague of 1385 DR, which basically marks the assassination of Mystra and the destruction of the Weave/source of magic and that for 10 years in a row until her resurrection.
The event is said to have changed the very fabric of the planes and resulted in the death of arcane casters and even gods. Those seems like an important enough update to the lore of Faerun- thus Cormyr- and since the server is currently in the year 1383 DR, there would be two years before the Spellplague debutes. Even though two years is arguably a lot of time before then, I was wondering:
Will the Spellplague be incorporated into FRC when the time comes?
Because I'm thinking to myself how much work would need to be put into such a project as to remake the pantheons, spell effects and the lore appropriately.
Forgotten Realms Cormyr strives to provide a persistent world roleplay experience that is as true to source as reasonably possible. FRC offers a living, breathing world that began in 2004 representing 1372 Dalereckoning to the present in game year of 1382 DR. However as world-changing events take place in source to bridge the gap between 3rd Edition and 4th Edition D&D in the Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting, FRC reserves the right to include or exclude these events as we feel best suits the FRC Campaign.
Therefore the FRC Campaign has its roots firmly embedded in the 3rd Edition Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting and proceeds from there independently from source where the closing of 3rd Edition Forgotten Realms and the establishment of 4th Edition Forgotten Realms take place. It is possible that FRC will not portray events like the Spellplague and the deaths of cornerstone FR Deities like Mystra or Tyr.
The future of Forgotten Realms Cormyr is not written. Join us in game to see what develops!