The Forest King

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The Forest King
The Forest King (Dragonlance).jpg
Cover of the first edition
Author Paul B. Thompson
Country United States
Language English
Genre Fantasy novel
Publisher TSR, Inc.
Publication date
June 2009
Media type Print (Paperback)

The Forest King is a fantasy novel by Paul B. Thompson, set in the world of Dragonlance, which is based on the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game. The novel chronicles the travels of Balif Thraxenath, Chosen Chief of House Protector, First Warrior of the Great Speaker, following the trial of Vedvedsica.

Plot summary[edit]

After the trial of Vedvedsica, General Balif is sent on a mission to ascertain the true danger of a new race of small humanoids infiltrating the eastern borders of Silvenesti.

He travels east with an unlikely group. His two loyal servants, Lofotan and Artyrith, both formidable warriors, and Mathi, and Treskan unsure where their loyalties lie.

Characters[edit]

  • Balif Thraxenath, Chosen Chief of House Protector, First Warrior of the Great Speaker. General Balif, also known as Camaxilas.
  • Uristathan Cavolax also known as Vedvedsica. A wizard charged with creating an abomination.
  • Lofotan
  • Artyrith, the generals cook, and a warrior in his own right.
  • Mathani Arborelinex a ward of Quenesti Pha from the Haven of the Lost.
  • Treskan of Woodbec, a scribe.
  • Amaranthe
  • The Longwalker, the nominal leader of the kender.
  • Rufus Wrinkelcap

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Other books[edit]

Anvil of Time

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