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Known to most of Faerun as the homeland of the Simbul, the hathrans, and the Red Wizards, the Unapproachable East is filled with dark secrets, insidious plots, . *Pathfinder, Starfinder, Older D&D Editions (4E, 3.x, 2E, 1E, OD&D), D&D Variants, OSR Unapproachable East in the UK? By Clumsy Bob in. The Unapproachable East Forgotten Realms supplement takes you to Aglarond, Rashemen, Thay, Thesk, and the Great Dale! Take a peek at.

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Explore a Mysterious Land of Might and Magic. Tales from beyond unapproahable Easting Reach are told with awed voices and hushed tones. Known to most of Faerun as the homeland of the Simbul, the hathrans, and the Red Wizards, the Unapproachable East is filled with dark secrets, insidious plots, and untold adventure. Discover the people, politics, cities, and societies of the region, along with the monsters, nefarious organizations, and other perils that await unwary travelers in this treacherous corner of the Forgotten Realms game setting.

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Read reviews that mention prestige classes silver marches unapproachable east forgotten realms great dale adventuring in the east sourcebook areas thay adventure artwork contains info rashemen regions spells aglarond feats pages players.

Showing of 14 reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. It is a nice reference for that part of the Forgotten Reals game world.

In the tradition of The Silver Marches this book does a excellent job of detailing the areas of east of the Sea of Fallen Stars.


I personally like the The Silver Marches book a bit better. But I am sure thats just my preferance for adventuring local. There are, the now, traditional prestige classes, that are well done. Over all I would say it is worth the purchase if you plan on having your players travel that far east.

I decided to write this review because I think some of the other reviewers here at Amazon have given this title short shrift.

The Unapproachable East is a great place to set a Forgotten Realms adventure which is different than your typical “Medieval Western Europe” type fantasy world.

Admittedly, the book is not as good as the Silver Marches supplement, but it’s pretty close. One reviewer mentioned that the artwork was as good as some home-printing jobbie. There is some artwork that is stylisticly different than that we have seen in other WotC FR supplements. Some pieces are outstanding such as the Simbul’s Palace and some are quite memorable such as the Ring of Grey Flames.

Overall, I liked the art. Content is also good. Here is a list of the chapters: Regions and Feats 4. Magic and Spells 5. Adventuring in the East 8. The Great Dale Border Areas As you can see, the content is pretty well balanced between background campaign information and “guidebook” overviews of the various areas. There is a good amount of plot hooks and plenty of places for unappraochable DM to set up a FR adventure that is different from the norm. I paid full price for this book when I bought it at a brick and uanpproachable, and feel that it is well worth the value.

There is plenty of material to read and enjoy even if you never use a bit of it for gameplay. Unapproachable East is a fascinating setting, and this book provides a good overview. s&d

There is a clear effort to give equal treatment to nations other than the most famous of the bunch, Thay. Who cares that the village of Kront has 22 level 2 Commoners and level 1 Commoners? This is, in unaproachable opininon, a waste of page space. This sort of detail in the event it is ever required is easily generating using the guidelines from the DMG. In fact, I half suspect uanpproachable authors wrote a computer program to generate these blocks.

This is just one example of filler content.

This level of meaningless detail steals page space from the real content of the sourcebook; there are only a paltry 13 pages on “Adventuring in the East”. Don’t get me wrong, this sourcebook contains some solid information. Another review criticizes this sourcebook for replicating material from other sources, such as spells. The flip side of replicating material is that the consumer isn’t forced to buy those other sourcebooks.


My recommendation is to buy this sourcebook, but only at less than full price. This book is not as detailed as the Siver Marches sourcebook, but it is still a good addition to FR line. With some information on surrounding areas too.

All of them are detailed farely well. It is enough to get started with adventuring in the East. Although I will probably stay away from Thay. It has seven new races that populate the east. None of them in my opinion would make a good PC race.

With the exception of the Spirit Folk. The book also contains twelve new prestige classes.

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The only one I got excited over was the Black Eqst Zealot. They are fanatical assassines for the church of Kossuth. The spells and magical items have a big chunk of rehashed material from other books. I like the monster section though. It contains a a redone dread warrior, JuJu zombies, and some new trolls.

Al in all I thought it was a good book. I think you get the most use out of the material knapproachable the regions. I just wish WOTC would focus more unaplroachable coming up with new stuff instead of copying material from unapproachahle sources. For a more thorough review of this book, check out the review I posted on my Yahoo groups site: The artwork and design are spectacular and, as the title of this review indicates, The Unapproachable East contains enough intriguing campaign information to make most DMs and players agree that it is a far superior adventuring locale than, say, the overplayed and ultimately boring Dalelands and Cormyr.

The bad guys are tough: Overall, this is an essential component of any Forgotten Realms library. See all 14 reviews. What other items do customers buy after viewing this item? Pages with related products.

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