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Faerun as a continent is generally divided into 11 clear regions, 8 of which are agreed to be "civilised" with the remaining three still recovering from major natural disasters. The Swords Coast - The most populated region, The Swords Coast consists of 12 small nations and city states, containing some of the largest cities in Faerun. It's culture is broadly influenced by Waterdeep, the largest of these cities. The most widespread languages are Illuskan, Chondathan, Espruar, Telpi, and…

Faerûn was a major continent on the planet of Toril. The continent included terrain that was as...

Faerûn (pronounced: /feɪˈruːn/ fay-ROON[2] listen or: /ˌfeɪɛrˈuːn/ FAY-er-OON[3]) was a major continent on the planet of Toril.[4][5][note 1] The word "Faerûn" was a modified version of "Faerie", the name of the homeland of ancient elves. The term was coined by Durothil, prince of Tintageer, Faerie.[7] The continent included terrain that was as varied as any other. Besides the exterior coastline to the west and south, the most dominant feature on the continent was the Sea of Fallen Stars…

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The World Axis was a cosmological model created after the dramatic changes to the nature of the multiverse caused by the Spellplague of 1385 DR, and quickly became the most widely accepted model during the late years of the 14th century DR and for most of the 15th century. This structure, which resembled a sphere split into two axes—hence the name—resulted from the Spellplague and its effects upon the local multiverse, which included the untethering of the astral dominions and the creation…

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The Great Wheel cosmology was the prevalent cosmological model in which the world of Toril was said to exist during the mid-14th century DR and the post-Second Sundering era. The Great Wheel was described as a complex, comparatively cosmopolitan place in which the gods of many worlds and pantheons mingled, the beliefs of many faiths and peoples bleeding together in a set of Outer Planes shaped predominantly by the polar forces of Law, Chaos, Good, and Evil. Thus it was that Lliira and the…

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