Rumors in Waterdeep, Baldur’s Gate, Athkatla, Westgate, Cormyr, and Sembia tell of a new discovery: a weapon—finally!—that common folk can use against those who use magic to oppress others.
It has become known as spellslayer wine, though that’s not the name given to it by its creator.
No two tales agree about who the creator of this wine is or where he is now, though most assert that it’s a human male who is in hiding somewhere in the Heartlands of Faerûn. Nor do accounts agree on the ingredients of this potion, though they describe it as a thick-flowing, clear syrup that deadens the ability to cast spells for a time.
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About the Author
Ed Greenwood is the man who unleashed the Forgotten Realms setting on an unsuspecting world. He works in libraries, plus he writes fantasy, science fiction, horror, mystery, and romance stories (sometimes all in the same novel), but he is happiest when churning out Realmslore, Realmslore, and more Realmslore. He still has a few rooms in his house in which he has space left to pile up papers.