Cormyr

Provinces

Places of Interest

Laws of Cormyr

Laws of Cormyr
The following denotes a brief list of some laws one must be aware of:

  1. All persons entering Cormyr must register with the officials of a border garrison.
  2. Foreign currency can only be used in certain locations. Please exchange your coins for Cormyrian golden lions at your first opportunity.
  3. Adventurers must acquire a charter before undertaking any operation as a group.
  4. All weapons must be peace-bonded. The only persons exempt from this law are members of chartered adventuring groups and members of mercenary groups that can offer proof of employment.
  5. Harming cats is forbidden.
  6. Bow your head to royalty and the local nobility.
  7. Purple Dragons have the right to search you upon request.
  8. Hunting on private land is forbidden.

Coins of Cormyr

Coins of Cormyr
After around 1000 SR, i.e., Shattered Reckoning, coinage in Cormyr were minted in either the Royal Mint in Suzail or the mint in High Horn. Older coins existed that were minted in the Elder Forest Kingdom but these have not been seen in regular circulation since the 1120’s.

Coins are, generally, referred to by the following names:

  • Thumbs are copper pieces
  • Falcons are silver pieces
  • Lions are gold pieces
  • Tricrowns are platinum pieces

Cormyrian Nobility

Noble Houses of Cormyr
There are dozens of Noble Houses in Cormyr. Each house is honored as per its ranking in the Peerage, a tome of record of the Cormyrian noble houses.

Ranks of Nobility:
Cormyr has five ranks of Nobility. From highest to lowest rank, they are: the Royal Family, the Royal Noble Families, the First Tier Nobility, the Second Tier Nobility, and Landed Lords.

The Royal Family
Blacksilvers – Current monarch is King Roderick II, the Sword of Cormyr, Blacksilver

Royal Nobility (Family name and Patriarch / Matriarch listed)
Crownsilver; Prince Carl Crownsilver, Commander of Cormyr’s army
Huntsilver; Prince Roland Huntsilver, Prince of the Crown Lands
Truesilver; Prince Rowan Truesilver, Commander of Cormyr’s navy
Ireabor; Prince Heward Ireabor; Archmage of the War Wizards

First Tier Nobility (Family name and Patriarch / Matriarch listed)
Amarië; Prince Amras Amarië, Prince of Forest’s Heart
Auantiver; Duke Allan Auantiver, Duke of Tirian
Beorhtric; Prince Cynewulf Beorhtric, Prince of the Grimhold
Cormaeril; Duchess Rayanne Cormaeril, Duchess of Yorkshire, Reardon Cormaeril, Baron of Eveningstar
Dauntinghorn; Duke Phillip Dauntinghorn, Duke of Tymore
Ebonhawk; Duke Ryan Ebonhawk, Duke of Westvold
Goldsword; Duke Thomas Goldsword, Duke of Lancaster
Huntcrown; Duke William Huntcrown, Duke of the Northern Marches
Illance; Duke Martin Illance, Duke of Alhyssa

Second Tier Nobility
Blackwagon
Calantar
Dragonguard
Emmarask
Goldwyn
Greenmantle
Hardcastle
Hawklin
Hornshields
Kimbagktuul – Baalthazar Kimbagktuul, Baron of White Beard’s Landing
Jacyllyth
Jarnuxlin
Lionsyn
Longbrooke
Marliir
Nelduks
Rallyhorn
Rowanmantle
Santedul
Seshores
Sewell
Silverhorn
Silversword
Tapstorn
Thunderswords
Tilthars
WyvernspurGiogioni Wyvernspur, Baron of Skullwatch
Zathchos

Landed Lords (Generally of the Merchant Class)
Axehand
Bloodil
Dzavar
Flurryfeet
Greybeards
Hawksongs
Janders
Kisbins
Kranior
Kuhtan
Lhal
Magnoir
Morler
Obarstal
Redbeard
Scoril
Sthavar
Sudacar
Winter
Woodbrand

Noble Titles in Use

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