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A short time later, the eight ruling matron mothers of Menzoberranzan assembled together and Zeerith formally withdrew House Xorlarrin from the city. Once Zeerith departed, the ruling Houses that had been below the Xorlarrins in rank ascended to their new positions, and Quenthel declared that House Do'Urden would be reconstituted as the Eighth House.

After only a brief stay in Longsaddle, Drizzt and his companions left the village and journeyed east toward Gauntlgrym. As they were traveling through the wilderlands of the Crags , the group was attacked by the lich Ebonsoul , who had been seeking Regis. Although their original plan was now ruined, the group decided to continue their journey to Gauntlgrym. The companions soon reached the upper levels of the ancient dwarven stronghold, where they battled several bands of goblins , hobgoblins , and bugbears who served the Xorlarrins while they searched for Pwent.

After defeating a large number of goblinkin, they encountered Pwent, who could seldom control the monstrous tendencies of his curse, and he immediately attacked them. However, before he departed, Pwent told the five friends that Entreri, Dahlia, Ambergris, and Afafrenfere were being held prisoner by the drow in the lower levels of Gauntlgrym. Following the clash, Tiago and his band imprisoned the surviving dwarves, who informed them that Drizzt had left Icewind Dale a long time earlier. Quenthel revealed to the Armgos that House Do'Urden would lead the fight in the Silver Marches, but all the Houses of Menzoberranzan and Q'Xorlarrin would contribute representatives to the force sent to the surface.

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The vast army of the orc kingdom would do the majority of the fighting against the peoples of the Silver Marches, while the drow would primarily serve as advisors who directed the offensive. This strategy ensured that no matter the outcome of the war, the drow would not suffer any serious losses themselves.

Quenthel also informed the Armgo nobles that Tos'un would be one of the leaders of the force sent against the Silver Marches. Shortly after they spoke with Mez'Barris and her family, Quenthel and Gromph met with Jarlaxle and discussed the coming conflict. Jarlaxle convinced Quenthel to allow some of his soldiers to return to Luskan, but the matron mother told the mercenary leader that he would remain in Menzoberranzan and have no part in the campaign against the Silver Marches because of his close relationship with Drizzt.

Quenthel and Gromph later had another discussion about the war, and the matron mother explained that in addition to Tos'un, the contingent sent to the east would be commanded by Tiago and Saribel. Quenthel also revealed that she was determined to make certain that Tiago survived the war, but Tos'un did not, and that after the end of the conflict, she planned on using House Do'Urden to gain more power on the Ruling Council. In Gauntlgrym, Drizzt tracked down Pwent, and following a brief fight, the vampire managed to control his curse and restrain himself.

Drizzt was able to convince Pwent to help him and his companions rescue Entreri and the others, and the undead dwarf then guided the group to the forge room of Gauntlgrym, where Entreri and Afafrenfere were being held in cages. As the combatants fought throughout the forge room, Entreri escaped from his cage and quickly joined the chaotic battle. Drizzt and his comrades ultimately defeated the Xorlarrin band, while Berellip and the other drow in Gauntlgrym withdrew to the lowest levels of the complex to avoid a confrontation with the formidable group.

Catti-brie soon received a magical call from the primordial and was drawn to the primordial chamber, where the godlike being unsuccessfully tried to persuade her to free it. Catti-brie was attacked by a water elemental that had been commanded to guard the chamber, but she eventually managed to destroy the creature. They can be any height or hair color or eye color they choose and If she is freed, the world ends. I keep trying to come up with another solution, but so far It doesn't look good for us :. It's called hatred and it has to do with a mistake Savitar made centuries ago.

That being said, she was never disloyal to her husband, Archon. In spite of his infidelities, she loved Archon right up to the moment she turned him to stone. I don't know. She's one of those characters that I can't forgive at the moment. While I feel badly for her, it's not so much that I want to redeem her. We will see.

We, alone, stand between mankind and those who would see mankind destroyed. We are the Guardians. Our souls were cast out so that we would not forewarn the Daimons we pursue. The Daimons and Apollites know us. They fear us. We are death to all those who prey upon the humans. Neither Human, nor Neither Human, nor Apollite, we exist beyond the realm of the Living, beyond the realm of the Dead.

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You want to know what a Dark-Hunter is? We are what the intro says. We are the scary things that go bump in the night. And we love every minute of it. You just might be. The question is…is it something evil or is it one of us? In the world of the Dark-Hunters nothing is ever as it seems. Life and death both take on a whole new meaning as this immortal cadre of warriors fight to protect mankind from those creatures and demons who would prey on us. There are questions in every book that will be answered in the future. The one thing I ask readers to keep in mind is that every story has at least two sides.

Events are always clouded by perception, conclusions and emotions. If two or more people experience the same exact event, they will come away with two entirely different tales about it. Sometimes they will contradict each other. Much like my sister and I tell two different versions of an event with I was in 4th grade. Her best friend and I were playing vampire. When Virginia went to bite me, she said. Are you anemic? She says I was too young to understand what anemic meant and confused the word with atheist.

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2. Table of Contents. Introduction. 3. Chapter 1: The Novel and the Film. 6. A Short The first time I saw Charles Laughton's The Night of the Hunter was at. 2. Table of Contents. Introduction. 3. Chapter 1: The Novel and the Film. 6. A Short The first time I saw Charles Laughton's The Night of the Hunter.

Of course, since I was the one who responded, I know for a fact that I knew what anemic meant I was first diagnosed with anemia by my doctor at age five and have been treated for anemia all my life. As Drizzt and his four companions were traveling away from Icewind Dale, they were followed by Braelin Janquay , a drow scout of Bregan D'aerthe whom Jarlaxle had sent to the arctic region to watch for Drizzt.

Braelin stayed with the group until they reached the northern outskirts of Luskan, where the five friends met with Beniago. The disguised drow told Drizzt and his comrades that Jarlaxle was no longer in Luskan and that they should avoid the city to prevent their dark elf enemies from discovering their whereabouts.

If the magic was successful, the group could then take the imprisoned Pwent to a powerful priest who could free the dwarf of the curse and send him to the afterlife. Meanwhile, Port Llast was attacked by a force of drow and driders led by the dark elf warrior Tiago Baenre , who was determined to hunt down and kill Drizzt. Entreri and his four comrades fought valiantly against Tiago and his party, but ultimately the assassin, Dahlia, Ambergris, and Afafrenfere were captured, while Effron managed to escape.

Around that time, Quenthel, Gromph, Methil, and a band of drow journeyed to Gauntlgrym to view the fledgling Xorlarrin city. Upon their arrival, they met Tos'un and Doum'wielle, who had been taken to Gauntlgrym by the Xorlarrins. When Doum'wielle protested her harsh treatment by the dark elves, Quenthel severely beat the young half-drow with her snake-headed whip. Afterward, Quenthel questioned Tos'un, who revealed that he had lived on the surface in the Silver Marches for over a century, but had decided to return to Menzoberranzan with his daughter. Quenthel allowed Tos'un and Doum'wielle to join the party of dark elves accompanying her, and she then met with Tsabrak.

Created and powered by Lolth herself, the Darkening was a spell that would steal the daylight of the lands of the Silver Marches, changing the region into an advantageous battlefield for the drow of Menzoberranzan. The Spider Queen wanted the dark elves to wage war against the peoples of the Silver Marches as part of her plot to gain control of the domain of magic, as well as harm Drizzt and by extension, Mielikki. Before Quenthel left the Xorlarrin settlement, she told Berellip that the chamber in which a fire primordial , which powered the forges of Gauntlgrym, was magically entrapped would serve as the chapel of Q'Xorlarrin.

As Quenthel and her entourage were making their way back to Menzoberranzan, the matron mother met with Gromph and came to the realization that the archmage was truly one of her most valuable and mighty allies. Quenthel later spoke with Tos'un and Doum'wielle, whom she planned on using as a way to gain an advantage over Mez'Barris in order to further strengthen her control over Menzoberranzan.

In Port Llast, Effron was determined to find and rescue Dahlia and his other companions from the drow, but he had no idea where to start searching for them. The same day that Quenthel and her escort arrived in Menzoberranzan, Jarlaxle met with the drow psionicist Kimmuriel Oblodra , his co-leader of Bregan D'aerthe, and discussed the latest turn of events among the dark elves.

A short time later, the eight ruling matron mothers of Menzoberranzan assembled together and Zeerith formally withdrew House Xorlarrin from the city. Once Zeerith departed, the ruling Houses that had been below the Xorlarrins in rank ascended to their new positions, and Quenthel declared that House Do'Urden would be reconstituted as the Eighth House. After only a brief stay in Longsaddle, Drizzt and his companions left the village and journeyed east toward Gauntlgrym.

As they were traveling through the wilderlands of the Crags , the group was attacked by the lich Ebonsoul , who had been seeking Regis.

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Although their original plan was now ruined, the group decided to continue their journey to Gauntlgrym. The companions soon reached the upper levels of the ancient dwarven stronghold, where they battled several bands of goblins , hobgoblins , and bugbears who served the Xorlarrins while they searched for Pwent. After defeating a large number of goblinkin, they encountered Pwent, who could seldom control the monstrous tendencies of his curse, and he immediately attacked them. However, before he departed, Pwent told the five friends that Entreri, Dahlia, Ambergris, and Afafrenfere were being held prisoner by the drow in the lower levels of Gauntlgrym.

Following the clash, Tiago and his band imprisoned the surviving dwarves, who informed them that Drizzt had left Icewind Dale a long time earlier. Quenthel revealed to the Armgos that House Do'Urden would lead the fight in the Silver Marches, but all the Houses of Menzoberranzan and Q'Xorlarrin would contribute representatives to the force sent to the surface. The vast army of the orc kingdom would do the majority of the fighting against the peoples of the Silver Marches, while the drow would primarily serve as advisors who directed the offensive. This strategy ensured that no matter the outcome of the war, the drow would not suffer any serious losses themselves.

Quenthel also informed the Armgo nobles that Tos'un would be one of the leaders of the force sent against the Silver Marches. Shortly after they spoke with Mez'Barris and her family, Quenthel and Gromph met with Jarlaxle and discussed the coming conflict. Jarlaxle convinced Quenthel to allow some of his soldiers to return to Luskan, but the matron mother told the mercenary leader that he would remain in Menzoberranzan and have no part in the campaign against the Silver Marches because of his close relationship with Drizzt.

Quenthel and Gromph later had another discussion about the war, and the matron mother explained that in addition to Tos'un, the contingent sent to the east would be commanded by Tiago and Saribel. Quenthel also revealed that she was determined to make certain that Tiago survived the war, but Tos'un did not, and that after the end of the conflict, she planned on using House Do'Urden to gain more power on the Ruling Council. In Gauntlgrym, Drizzt tracked down Pwent, and following a brief fight, the vampire managed to control his curse and restrain himself. Drizzt was able to convince Pwent to help him and his companions rescue Entreri and the others, and the undead dwarf then guided the group to the forge room of Gauntlgrym, where Entreri and Afafrenfere were being held in cages.

As the combatants fought throughout the forge room, Entreri escaped from his cage and quickly joined the chaotic battle. Drizzt and his comrades ultimately defeated the Xorlarrin band, while Berellip and the other drow in Gauntlgrym withdrew to the lowest levels of the complex to avoid a confrontation with the formidable group.