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The Sundering, technically referred to as the Second Sundering sometimes called the Sundering of Toril and Abeir was a catastrophic event in the history of Toril.

The Tablets defined the laws of Realmspace and kept it relatively stable. Without them, chaos ensued and the worlds of Abeir and Toril, separated many thousands of years ago, slowly started to overlap. The Spellplague drastically sped up this process. The Sundering involves the re-separation of the worlds of Abeir and Toril.

In addition, Ao rewrote the Tablets of Fate. The deities were unsure of what this would do to them and their power, and made efforts with their most powerful servants to prepare for that event. The Second Sundering is somehow connected to the First Sundering that took place around DR when an elven High Magic ritual went both forward and backward in time to create Evermeet. In the north, the Kingdom of Many-Arrows fought the dwarves while the Dalelands was invaded by Sembia, and while Cormyr raised an army to help defend the Dalelands, it was attacked by Netheril.

A rebellion of the subjugated Bedine people in Anauroch occurs when they see that Netherese forces are spread thin due to the conflict with Cormyr. By this time, the dwarves of the north are defeated and the Many-Arrows armies attack Silverymoon. Myth Drannor aids the Dalelands in their conflict against Sembia. Cormyr finally repelled Netheril and Sembia, and Neverwinter and Waterdeep begin to clear rubble built up over centuries of neglect.

Ships arrive on the mainland continent from Evermeet, Lantan, and Nimbral. Netheril floats to position itself over Myth Drannor and attack, and the conflict causes it to collapse on top of Myth Drannor, resulting in the destruction of both. The League of Silver Marches disbands in the aftermath of the war with the orcs, and Sembia dissolves into city-states. The few remaining Netherese forces fight the Bedine over the Memory Spire, causing an emergence of the phaerimm.

Aftermath: Most gods created many chosen among mortals, trying to gather as much power as possible, in order to be as high in ranking as they could before Ao could complete the new Tablets of Fate, sealing their status and portfolio.

For some deities, previously presumed dead or missing, it resulted in a restoration to their status as gods Mystra, Helm, Mask, Lathander, Bhaal, Eilistraee, Vhaeraun were examples, among others , while for others like Shar it resulted in a loss of power and influence. Telamont Tanthul and most of the Princes of Shade were killed. Like this: Like Loading Post to Cancel. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email.

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