Fomorians might be wicked rulers of the Feydark, but fomorian kingdoms are oases of relative civilization in an otherwise dark and dangerous realm. What dim points of light exist in that benighted realm likely came from their initiative—and the work of their cyclops followers, who worship the fomorians as gods. Combined with their megalomaniacal madness, fomorians are the perfect monsters to inject a dose of political intrigue, military strategy, or horror into your Feywild campaign.
“Bravo, bravo!” the fomorian king applauded, as Daros was escorted into the chamber. “No others have uncovered the flaws in my palace defenses. In reward, I name you my new Chancellor of War.” A well-dressed cyclops was dragged away, screaming. “Feast tonight! Tomorrow, we speak of the eladrin of Mithrendain.”
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Andrew G. Schneider always wanted to be a wizard when he grew up, but now instead of throwing fireballs, he makes magic with words. An author and freelance game designer, he also serves as Cormyr’s writing director for Living Forgotten Realms. Andrew lives in his hometown in the Washington, D.C. area.