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  • House Huntcrown

    The Huntcrowns are a diverse family with interests all over Cormyr. They are active partici- pants in the functions and intrigues of the Royal Court, where they are known gossips and have a reputation for the most scandals of any noble family. The …

  • House Alsevir

    This old-blood house was ennobled centuries ago in the Goblin Wars (circa 200 DR). It was thought to have died out, but distant relatives of the family rejoined Cormyrean society around the Year of the Dark Goddess (1420 DR). They have assumed ownership …

  • House Bleth

    House Bleth is an infamous outlaw house exiled from Cormyr for its role in the Abraxis Affair of 1459 DR. House Bleth had ties to the Fire Knives, an assassin organization that swore eternal vengeance on House Obarskyr. [[House Alsevir | House …

  • House Crownsilver

    One of the two remaining royal houses, the Crownsilver family is growing tired of the games of the Royal Court and the positioning that plays out as [[:queen-raedra-obarskyr | Queen Raedra's]] reign begins. The Crownsilvers are not completely reliant …

  • House Dauntinghorn

    The Dauntinghorns’ wealth is based on shipping, and they are keen to expand Cormyr’s nautical power. The shifting of the Imperial Navy from Marsember to Suzail has increased the family’s influence and reputation in the city. The Dauntinghorns are …

  • House Dracohorn

    This small house has a terrible reputation among the other nobles in Suzail. The Crown ennobled its founder for slaying a blue dragon near Suzail, but detractors whisper that the dragon was already dead and the founder’s deed was fraudulent. …

  • House Emmerask

    This family is composed of career politicians and governors who have a long tradition of quiet service without abuse of power. The Crown draws many local lords and their heralds from its ranks, giving the family tremendous inf luence throughout Cormyr. …

  • House Greatgaunt

    Ennobled two centuries back for outstanding military service, the Greatgaunts began as horse breeders and parlayed their earnings into modest but ever more valuable properties in central Suzail and western Marsember. The Greatgaunts maintain a low …

  • House Goldfeather

    The Goldfeathers have a long, scandal-ridden history. Twice stripped of their noble title, they most recently regained it under Azoun V in the Year of Darkenbeasts Risen (1442 DR). Six years later, the family’s fortunes took a strong turn for the …

  • House Hawklin

    Before being ennobled two centuries ago, the Hawklins supported Cormyr for generations beforehand through service in the Purple Dragons. They continue their military service and are one of the few families that tolerates its younger members becoming …

  • House Illance

    The Illance family’s star is rising again after generations of the house’s slowly losing influence because of poor management of its fortunes. Its financial woes were solved through a series of clever deals with the Seven Suns Trading Company and by …

  • House Marliir

    Traditionally, the Marliirs had their power base in and around Arabel and were outsiders at the Royal Court. That situation changed when Azoun V married Nalara Marliir in the Year of the Secret (1396 DR), which elevated the family’s status and influence …

  • House Rowanmantle

    The Rowanmantles are a small family with ancestral possessions near Tilverton. Their status has steadily climbed in the last century because they expanded to rule most of the lands near the Tilverton Scar and married into the “nobility” of Shadowdale. …

  • House Truesilver

    This house has a long military tradition, and its nobles have commanded the Purple Dragons several times. It has maintained its status by having skilled and well-placed members of the family in the military, particularly the burgeoning navy. The …

  • House Wintersun

    The Wintersuns are upcountry nobles who until recently had almost no presence in Suzail. They own extensive country estates and have made a great deal of money leasing fields, hiring tenant farmers, and selling off the surplus crops. During the …