By Mike Mearls, Rodney Thompson, Claudio Pozas, Steve Townshend
Player's alternative: Heroes of the Feywild™ is aimed toward gamers who're able to achieve past the participant crucial books (Heroes of the Fallen Lands™ and Heroes of the Forgotten Kingdoms™) and play heroes with ties to the arcane airplane of the Feywild. This e-book contains new strategies for all characters, not only characters with the fey origin.Players partaking within the Dungeons & Dragons Encounters™ in-store play software from November 15, 2011 via February eight, 2012 might be capable of construct characters utilizing this product.
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On the eve of the wedding, the ugly satyr arrived to claim his due: a kiss from the lady who adored his music. The young man scoffed at the request and turned the satyr away. The man then set a circle of cold iron around his beloved's chamber, for the creatures of Faerie cannot cross such boundaries. That night, as the man slept, a beautiful new melody drifted from the forest and into the bridal bower. On the morning of the wedding, the lady was gone from the tower. The only trace of her was a single delicate footprint outside the circle of cold iron.
One night, as the young man went out to woo his lady, he heard a beautiful melody in the wood. He followed the sound to a glade where an ugly satyr played the pipes with skill beyond mortal reckoning. "If you would teach me that tune, I would give you anything you ask," said the young man. The satyr agreed in return for a small vow, and he taught the man the tune upon the pipes. When the man played it at the lady's window, she consented to marry him. A wedding day was set, guests were invited, and all was made ready.
The prince looked upon her dark eyes, her shapely form, and the sapphire feathers strung through her midnight locks. " The lady transformed into a bluebird and flew away, and the relieved prince was spared his life. The prince married his true love and ruled his kingdom, but for the rest of his days, he never looked upon her or anything else of beauty without yearning for the fairy damsel, who possessed his heart as surely as if she had carved it from his chest. Satyrs allow no opportunity for revelry to pass them by.