On an AP thread, Kublai said that it was difficult to follow along because the BW Forgotten Realms threads are not numbered. So, here is a handy-dandy guide:
1) Taking the Burning Wheel to Waterdeep
In which characters are burned and the Forgotten Realms are perused.
1a) CaBu + Summoning = a hot mess?
In which the use of different Burning Wheel magic systems is discussed.
1b) Xanathar, Beholder Crime Lord
In which the beholder crime lord is burned up using the Monster Burner’s methods.
2) One night in the City of Splendors
In which the first game is played and one belief in particular is challenged.
3) “This is how we do things in Waterdeep.” – The Hanged Prince
In which an elven lady is sent to spy on the Zhentarim and the Deep 6 kick down some doors and kick some ass.
X) DIFFERENT CAMPAIGN! The Matron Mother’s Arachnid Empire Lays Seige to the Forgotten Realms
In which a totally separate game is played at a con, in an alternate Realms with different players.
4) The Fall of the Shadow Thieves
In which the assassins are captured and an Iron Rose is forged.
4a) Gnolls, heyena men who worship a demon-god of murder and blood
In which gnolls are burned up using the Monster Burner’s methods.
5) “Khelben Blackstaff can kiss my hairy, dwarven ass.” – Prince Auric
In which the Mere of Dead Men is traversed and a burning artifact of great power is claimed by the Deep Six’s leader.
5a) Burning up – Khelben “Blackstaff” Arunsun
In which the Blackstaff is burned up using the Monster Burner’s methods.
6) Slaying Gnolls in the Mere of Dead Men
In which gnolls are slaughtered by the bushel, a Red Wizard is killed, a dwarf is choked and an elf is scarred.
General questions and discussions on the Realms or whatever are fine if folks feel like commenting.
I did miss one! Well, not #1, but #5!
Yeah, that’d be a rough one to miss, as it transitions from the Waterdeep-set adventures with the Shadow Thieves to some wilderness adventures in the Mere of Dead Men.
Hope this helps!
Thanks for asking.
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