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Neverwinter: Fury of the Feywild Screenshots & Info

Neverwinter: Fury of the Feywild Screenshots & Info

Neverwinter: Fury of the Feywild Screenshots & Info

Free module to be released August 22, 2013


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Screenshots Added July 16, 2013

The MMORPG Neverwinter, set in the Dungeons & Dragons Forgotten Realms universe, will receive its first content expansion module on August 22, 2013 from Wizards of the Coast. Players will be able to explore the enchanted woods of Sharandar, once the heart of the moon and wood elf kingdom of Iliyanbruen.

The remains of this new zone, much of which was destroyed long ago, were transported to the homeland of Feywild by powerful magic. Here, the Iliyanbruen were again confronted by creatures from Feydark. After many battles, they secured New Sharadar and made it their own.

But the forces of the Feydark have returned. Soon, you’ll be able to battle against King Malabog and the fomorians who aim to destroy Sharandar and reign control.

Karla Munger

Karla Munger

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