elven fighters, including new fighting styles such. FORGOTTEN REALMS® adventures. Until now, as mounted archery, and several new weapons. Evermeet has. Elves of Evermeet (AD&D Fantasy Roleplaying, Forgotten Realms) [Anne Gray McCready] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. For many. Evermeet: Island of Elves (Forgotten Realms) [Elaine Cunningham] on Amazon. com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Serene, beautiful, inviolate. Rich in.

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This book spans thousands of years fprgotten tells the story of the elves, from their myths about gods, to the legends about when they arrived on the planet of Aber-Toril, all the way to the most currant history about the elven isle of Evermeet.

I was in awe the first time I read it. It might not be too profound, but I got hooked immediately.

Evermeet: Island of the Elves

I loved this book. I can’t say I would be into it if I wasn’t so interested in the Forgotten Realms. Really enjoyed this book. This was among the first Realms novels I read and I have been attached ever since. This was a great bit of Forgotten Realms lore. To view it, click here. For example, there still- believe it or not- is a date in which we have by canon that Amlauril and Zaor were married.

Evermeet: Island of the Elves by Elaine Cunningham

This is the beginning of my great quest to read all of the Forgotten Realms stories in chronologically order. Evermeet is an ambitious book and it is executed well. Jul 31, Christopher rated it it was amazing.


Aug 10, Jesse rated it really liked it Shelves: As long as I have this book and my love for it, Evermeet will remain a living breathing place, a refuge for the elves. To the beleaguered elves of Toril it is the ultimate refuge.

This is a wonderful book every player should evfrmeet if they intend to play an elf in the forgotten realms.

Jun 10, Charles Forgtten rated it it was amazing. Rating it amongst the lesser of the forgotten realms novels. Nov 28, Stuart Schneider rated it it was ok.

I very much enjoyed this book. And, while I liked it, I imagine I will be back to read it again.

Ad&d Forgotten Realms – TSR 9430 Elves of Evermeet

Nov 14, Kevin rated it really liked it Shelves: Other books in the series. Cunningham is, as far as cheap fantasy goes, one of the best authors in the Realms. Aug 08, Sunknight rated it liked it. The characters are well written and rounded and you are left with the feeling that you hope that others would revisit them at later dates.

Open Preview See a Problem? This reader only felt a bit bogged down during some of the tales of Elvish politics and court intrigue. I plan on reading books in-between, so who knows how long this will take. Despite the embedded fantasy racism, it does make some sense that, in the early day, when the gods and their people we much closer, those who would become Drow would be heavily influenced by their creator, and the modern-day Drow suffer under the same curse, fair or not. Apr 15, Kagan Oztarakci rated it liked it.


Nothing but elves as far as the eye can se An ambitious book by an always likable writer, “Evermeet” doesn’t completely fulfill the promise of its premise – a Michener-esque generational epic about the history of Elves on Faerun, centered around the events leading up to creation of the sanctuary island and the consequences afterward. Mar 13, Kaylah rated it it was amazing.

I’m not sure if three or four stars would reflect my view more soundly. The long lives of long-lived elves are pictured as overwhelmingly bleak, with many elves longing to return to their version of heaven, with that wistfulness sometimes being enough for the elf to expire in a shower of light