Cloak of Shadows (Forgotten Realms: The Shadow of the by Ed Greenwood

By Ed Greenwood

The Shadow Over Faerûn

The Time of problems had arrived. The chaos of spilled blood, lawless strife, monsters unleashed, and avatars roaming Faerûn had come.

But wrathful and warring gods weren't Faerûn's merely problem.

The dreaded and insidious Shadowmasters had seized the chance to extend their impact and tool whereas Mystra and her minions have been differently engaged. The Shadowmasters had woven a mgical cloak of spells that may render the wearer invisible to their rival's magic.

The shadow over Faerûn spreads.

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Once you establish a link with another creature, you can draw its energy until your prey is drained and unable to act. You might keep this energy for yourself or transfer it to your allies so that they can share its benefits. SIPHON PATH FEATURES Paragon Power Points (11th level): You gain 2 additional power points. Psychic Vampire (11th level): When you use an unaugmented ardent at-will power to hit an enemy that is slowed, dazed, stunned, or taking ongoing psy chic damage, you gain temporary hit points equal to your Wisdom modifier.

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As he collapsed in a gibbering heap, two ofthe others lunged at her, but Imarra was already gone, seeming to vanishfor an instant before she reappeared behind them. fter than sight, and she stood alone on thefield. Casually dropping her battered blade atop the last fallen guard, she sauntered over to the table at the edge of thefield, stopping to meet Captain Halmont’s dark stare. “My best soldier couldn’t have done that,” he murmured. Imarra stooped to retrieve her scabbard where it lay beside him.

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