Ed Greenwood created The Forgotten Realms in 1967. He then brought the Realms to D&D and is has become the most popular of D&D’s official settings.
The Forgotten Realms creator’s last offering was Ed Greenwood Presents Elminster’s Forgotten Realms back in 2015, although he did contribute to Amarune’s Almanac: Grasslands of the Realms which came out last month.
Greenwood’s latest, co-written with Alex Kammer, is The Border Kingdom. It’s a 129-paged download available at the DM’s Guild for $14.99.
In the Forgotten Realms, the Border Kingdoms are a “frontier” of frequently changing political boundaries. Lands ruled by kings, queen, cabals, councils and self-titled nobles come and go.
As a result, adventures wealthy and ambitious enough to want to carve out their own kingdoms head towards the Border Kingdoms.
The book contains a new map of the Border Kingdoms, illustrated by Mike Schley, so you and the players can see the landscape.
There are 11 new and Adventure League approved character backgrounds which will make the book enticing for collectors of official D&D rules. This is a Wizards of the Coast approved book.
Also, there’s new campaign hooks, plenty of illustrations and lots of lore about the Border Kingdom region.
You can download The Border Kingdom from the DM’s Guild.