Gwaeron Windstrom was a demi-god in service to Mielikki so Drizzt could conceivably serve both at the same time. , In 1370 DR, Drizzt was involved in the battle at Shallows against the invading orcs and frost giants. Home Plane He also carried a unique figurine of wondrous power that summoned his black panther companion Guenhwyvar. He believe that Bruenor had been killed, and this had a profound emotional effect on him. , After Drizzt announced that he no longer loved Dahlia and decided they should go their separate ways, Dahlia attacked and mortally wounded him. Realm  He is said to sleep in a stand of trees just to the west of the town of Triboar, known as Gwaeron's Slumber.. Animals, Good, Knowledge, Plants, Travel Symbol Symbol He could also summon a harmless faerie fire, purple flames that did not burn but could be seen and outlined a target, making it easier to spot, even if the target turned invisible. Alignment Domains Given that his following is so small and so similar to that of Mielikki, he may be accidentally subsumed as an aspect of the Forest Queen or fall prey to Malar if he is not careful. Forgotten Realms is a campaign setting for the Dungeons & Dragons (D&D) fantasy role-playing game.Commonly referred to by players and game designers alike as "The Realms", it was created by game designer Ed Greenwood around 1967 as a setting for his childhood stories. He was an atypical drow who had forsaken both the evil ways of his people and their home in the Underdark, to become the legendary hero of the North. Taciturn and slow to anger, the Master of Tracking prefers to instruct through example, not words, and his rage, once ignited, is a terrible thing. Those he met perceived him as having a grim manner. Knowledge of the agesRead thoughtsCharm animals and plants Drizzt's torments grew even worse as he believed Catti-brie, Regis, Wulfgar and Bruenor were all dead by the actions of Obould Many-Arrows. Gwaeron Windstrom was a demi-god in service to Mielikki so Drizzt.Now as for Drizzt, a few things that slipped my attention was Night of the Hunter. He has served the Lady of the Forests ever since. Drizzt recaptured Nojheim and returned him to Rico, only to discover that he was in fact Rico's slave. Alignment Prime Material plane/Toril When Drizzt and Artemis finally got a fair fight, Regis was the factor that resulted in Drizzt's victory. His scimitars were like extensions of his own arms, and his senses were heightened beyond their normal capacity. He clearly lives on the mortal plane and is somewhat of a messenger or liaison to Mielikki, Goddess of Forests. He was also known to use Mooshie's Longbow and a dagger hidden in each boot. He also mastered and wielded Khazid'hea for a time but left it stuck in Obould Many-Arrows, who later tossed the blade into a ravine, where the drow Tos'un found it. Master of Tracking Tracker who Never Goes Astray  The Mouth of MielikkiMaster Tracker , Drizzt never took potions and the like with him on adventures, preferring to rely on his own skills, equipment, and friends like Bruenor Battlehammer, Catti-brie, Wulfgar, Regis, and Guenhwyvar to help him out if he got into too much trouble. Flameheart (greatsword) Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Rico had heard their conversation and executed him, but no one would openly refute his claim that Nojheim attacked him. Although Baenre tortured Drizzt, he escaped, albeit with the help of Entreri, and managed to trick the drow into thinking Baenre had lost Lolth's favor. He was raised to demigod status by Mielikki after slaying an avatar and several manifestations of Malar in a short period of time. House of Nature  [note 1], Artemis Entreri was the arch-nemesis of Drizzt Do'Urden. Serves Drizzt spent several days looking for an alternative way out, and when he found one, he returned near to Shallows to witness the collapse of its wizard's tower, with a figure he thought to be Bruenor on it.