- Interview With RA Salvatore – Author Of The Companions
- At the end of “Servant of the Shard” you give some insight into Jarlaxle: “However, Jarlaxle Baenre, the third son of Matron Baenre, once sacrificed to Lady Lolth by his mother and his siblings, knew better than to trust his own brother.
- Book Review: Night of the Hunter: Companions Codex, Book I (Dungeons & Dragons)
- Lolth however isn't entirely pleased and lets the Drow priestesses know this, forcing Quenthal Baenre to take action. Quenthal begins scheming with her brother, Gromph who's the head mage in the city. ...
- Interview with RA Salvatore on The Last Threshold and the Upcoming Sundering
- DHGF: Are there any plans you can share in store for Tiago Baenre and Gauntlgrym beyond what we see in this book or are they relegated to the Neverwinter game? RAS: Oh they are, I'm working on the book for next year, next ...
- Tabletop Review: Menzoberranzan: City of Intrigue (Dungeons & Dragons)
- The rest of the pages are devoted to the ten big houses of the city and multiple organizations that will no doubt see a lot of use in a Menzoberranzan oriented campaign.
- Interview with RA Salvatore on Charon's Claw, Gaming and Opportunites Missed
- DHGF: What kind of repercussions would you expect for a certain young Baenre for getting swindled by Drizzt and not knowing it until it was pointed out by what is essentially his blacksmith?
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