Realms of Valor

Realms of Valor

James Lowder David Zeb Cook Mark Anthony Troy Denning R.A. Salvatore Jean Rabe Douglas Niles Ed Greenwood / Jul 18, 2019

Realms of Valor From the secret annals of Realms history come eleven never before published tales of valor featuring the greatest heroes of that magical world Drizzt Do Urden Arilyn Moonblade Adon Elminster of Sh

  • Title: Realms of Valor
  • Author: James Lowder David Zeb Cook Mark Anthony Troy Denning R.A. Salvatore Jean Rabe Douglas Niles Ed Greenwood
  • ISBN: 9781560765578
  • Page: 299
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • From the secret annals of Realms history come eleven never before published tales of valor, featuring the greatest heroes of that magical world Drizzt Do Urden, Arilyn Moonblade, Adon, Elminster of Shadowdale, Jander Sunstar, and many others told by your favorite authors, including Ed Greenwood, R.A Salvatore, Douglas Niles, Troy Denning, Christie Golden, and otherFrom the secret annals of Realms history come eleven never before published tales of valor, featuring the greatest heroes of that magical world Drizzt Do Urden, Arilyn Moonblade, Adon, Elminster of Shadowdale, Jander Sunstar, and many others told by your favorite authors, including Ed Greenwood, R.A Salvatore, Douglas Niles, Troy Denning, Christie Golden, and others

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      • James Lowder David Zeb Cook Mark Anthony Troy Denning R.A. Salvatore Jean Rabe Douglas Niles Ed Greenwood

        aka Richard Awlinson, J D LowderJames Lowder has worked extensively in fantasy and horror fiction on both sides of the editorial blotter He s authored several best selling dark fantasy novels and has had short fiction appear in such anthologies as Shadows Over Baker Street and The Repentant He s penned comic book scripts for several companies and the city of Boston His book and film reviews, feature articles, and role playing game design work can be found in such diverse publications as Amazing Stories and The New England Journal of History As an editor, he s directed lines or series for TSR, Inc Green Knight Publishing, and CDS Books He s helmed almost a dozen anthologies, some of them not about zombies.


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    1. Realms of Valor edited by James Lowder was released in 1993 and it is now out of print today (2009). Comprised of 11 short stories by Douglas Niles, Ed Greenwood, Christie Golden, Elaine Cunningham, David Cook, Scott Ciencin, Mark Anthony, James Lowder, Jean Rabe, Troy Denning, and R.A. Salvatore. Some stories revolve around well-known Forgotten Realms characters; Drizzt Do'Urden, Arilyn Moonblade, Elminster, and Jander Sunstar to name a few.Lord of Lowhill by Douglas Niles- This story follows t [...]



    2. This series of shorts is a lot of fun for those fans of Forrgotten Realms. Each story involoves a character that has stared in another series or book. I think this is one of the first compilations of short stories within the forgotten realms world.The first story, "The Lord of Lowhill", by Douglas Niles, takes place on the Moonshae Isles and involves a halfling character, Pwaldo, that was introduced in his "Moonshae Trilogy". While Pwaldo was a fairly minor character in the trilogy, his staring [...]


    3. I've got an idea. Let's get a lot of good authors that are busy with other stuff and make them write a story they don't really want to write, then put it in a book, slap a mishmash cover on it, and hope to hell we can trick people into buying it.That's what Realms of Valor is.


    4. Into the short story phase of my readings, which will likely stay that way for several weeks until all of these are read. Good stories from terrific authors in this volume. Makes for easy light reading. Gonna skip to a sole author set of short stories (I have to) and then back to all the Realms novels


    5. Amazing collection of fantasy stories that really give you a larger look at the world they are all set in. Only one story fell short for me, but the rest were amazing and have given me new authors to look into.



    6. James Lowder, ed Realms of Valor (TSR, 1993)Realms of Valor was the first short story collection to showcase the continuing adventures of various well-known personages in the Advanced Dungeons and Dragons world of the Forgotten Realms (a second, Realms of Infamy, appeared later). Each of the stories is written by someone who was instrumental in the creation of the original characters, e.g. Scott Ciencin, who wrote parts of the Avatar Trilogy under the name Richard Awlinson, gives us a tale about [...]


    7. A collection of 11 short stories centered around the theme of "valor". Surprisingly, while I expected the majority of the stories to be borderline interesting, this one actually have more than half of them being very well-written. The high point is of course "Dark Mirror" by R. A. Salvatore, dealing with morality. Other really good ones include "The Curse of Tegea" by Troy Denning (dealing with two clerics of Mystra, one of them being Adon, in a cursed village), "One Last Drink" by Christie Gold [...]


    8. There is always a problem with short stories although i have read a few collections by now, i just don't like this format as much. i seem to be wanting more and once a short story comes to an end, i normally wish to know more. of course, the short stories are there to get your mouth watering and go on buy the books of the authors it's not like i don't know that ^^ anyways, this collection was entertaining and i more or less liked all of them. i just love the realm for being a consistent world wi [...]


    9. Finished this in a burst after staying home from work due to illness. Luckily - #spoiler alert - I survived. ;-0As with most Forgotten Realms/D&D/fantasy books, I liked it. And I am getting into collections of short stories! With the "Realms of " books, I love the filling in of the backstory of Toril and the Forgotten Realms. Very much!I don't have a favorite story in this book. But they kept me entertained on a slow, boring day. :)


    10. I enjoyed a lot of the short stories in there. Elminster going to the magefair is the funniest. The Lord of the Underhill (correct me if I'm wrong) and the story about Arilyn and Danilo were also quite good. I did not enjoy the story about Jander sunstar though golden vampire elves just seems silly.


    11. This was a mediocre run-of-the-mill collection of short stories taking place in the Faerun world (Forgotten Realms setting). It used well-known characters, but really no one bought this for anything but Drizzt. Maybe Elminster, but Elminster is a bullshit character.



    12. I do not like the short stories from the realms. I get it for a couple authors,and they have all been disappointing.



    13. Eleven short stories set in the Forgotten Realms, ranging from good to excellent in Quality. Good use of some of the more popular characters from the novels in this setting.



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