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Whether you want to use a famous villain in your home campaign or just want to learn the lore of the Forgotten Realms, this list highlights the most iconic villains seen in D&D 5th edition.
Once a humble farming town, Coppertop has grown into an impressive crucible of technological innovation.
This warm little town sits on the edge of a large freshwater lake. Dunkilt has a vibrant culture with a calendar full of colorful festivals and celebrations which brighten up the dull shores of the region.
Two evil, awakened trees try to trick travelers who wander their forest. The trees pose a query before they devour their prey.
A pack of giant rats has settled in a nearby alleyway. The animals are stealing food and attacking passersby, making citizens avoid the street altogether.
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A strange wild magic has opened a portal to a small demi-plane inhabited by mechanical creatures who are looking to defend their realm.
This sprawling seaside metropolis has many temples in honor of lawful and good deities. While some citizens are pious there are many people of all beliefs.
The study of an unknown ambitious wizard has some unexpected defenses: a group of animated objects! What secrets lie within the tomes of this magic chamber?
This quaint fishing village is famous for its large export of Bellybank River Trout. It hugs the banks of a wide and winding alpine river in the bowl of a picturesque windward valley.