The sorcerer-queen of Raam is considered to be amoral and callous. Many believe that her neglect of her office and her refusal to rule her city-state with any forcefulness borders on cruelty. “Ambition” and “cunning” are words rarely used to refer to Abalach-Re, and observers expect the queen’s rule to be toppled at any moment. However, those who think Abalach-Re’s mind has been dulled by years of self-indulgence are lulled into the same complacency that has thwarted many of her enemies. Few remember the tale of the Eye of Abalach-Re, but those who do often relate it as a warning to others not to underestimate the sorcerer-queen.
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Rodney Thompson is an RPG designer at Wizards of the Coast, originally from Chattanooga, Tennessee. His credits for the Dungeons & Dragons game include Monster Manual 3, the Dark Sun Campaign Setting, Heroes of the Fallen Lands, Heroes of the Forgotten Kingdoms, and Monster Vault.