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When Drizzt left to return to Menzoberranzan, he told only Regis of his plans and left . After his death, Regis seemed to have a close relationship with Catti-brie. “Catti-brie had to believe that now, recalling the scene in light of the drow's words . She had to believe that her love for Wulfgar had been real. A new mass market edition of the New York Times best-selling sword and Drizzt and Catti-brie have been away from Mithral Hall for six long years, but the.
When the deception is discovered, Zaknafein is sacrificed in Drizzt's stead to appease Lloth, the drow's goddess. Following a war against another House, Drizzt curses his family and the evil drow ways and escapes Menzoberranzan into the Underdark. At this time he also acquires the statuette that allows him to summon the magical panther Guenhwyvar.
Guenhwyvar travels by Drizzt's side as he makes his way across the Realms.Diary of Catti-brie
Drizzt fights off the resurrected spirit-wraith of his father in Exilethe second book in the Dark Elf Trilogy and also published in Sojourn  picks up the story when Drizzt leaves the Underdark for the surface, where he meets a blind human ranger named Montolio Debrouchee.
When Montolio begins teaching him the ways of the ranger, Drizzt realizes that, unknowingly, he had been following those very principles his entire life.
Montolio eventually dies, and Drizzt travels the Realms in search of a new home. He eventually finds himself in Icewind Dale where he meets dwarven king Bruenor Battlehammerand Bruenor's adopted human daughter, Catti-brie. The fourth book chronologically in the series, although the first published, is The Crystal Shardthe first in The Icewind Dale Trilogy.
It describes Drizzt's meeting with the barbarian Wulfgar and the halfling Regisand their adventures as they stop Akar Kessela mage possessed by the sentient artifact Crenshinibon the book's eponymous Crystal Shardfrom gaining control of the region. Streams of Silvertells the story of the group as they journey to Mithral HallBruenor's boyhood home. Artemis Entreria recurring character in the series, also makes his first appearance.
In later books, Artemis is Drizzt's equal in combat, and they clash often due to their conflicting views and goals. In the book The Halfling's Gem Artemis kidnaps Regis while in the employ of a powerful crime lord. Drizzt and Wulfgar chase the assassin by sea, with the help of Captain Deudermontto recover Regis. Drizzt ends up in combat with Artemis Entreri, who leaves the battle wounded.
At the end of the book the group finds Regis, and Guenhwyvar kills Artemis's employer. Legacy of the Drow is a tetralogyunlike the previous two trilogies. The short story, Dark Mirror, in the Realms of Valor anthology, describes events just prior to the series.
Wulfgar is seemingly slain by a yochloland Drizzt returns to Menzoberranzan to prevent his friends from being further attacked by dark elves.
The drow launch a second attack against Mithril Hall during the Time of Troubles. It is eventually repelled and Drizzt returns to his friends. Passage to Dawn the final book in the Legacy of the Drow series and published two years after Siege of Darkness, picks up the story six years after the drow attack. After she began her training as a wizard she wears the robes of Jack the Gnome . She also adorned herself with a small dagger, an assortment of wands and a pair of powerfully enchanted rings, one of which she claimed could bring the stars themselves down from the sky.
Quote by R.A. Salvatore: “Catti-brie had to believe that now, recalling t”
The sword was a sentient artifact that wished to be wielded by the best fighter in the land. With Dantrag being defeated in battle by Drizzt, it assumed the shape of a unicorn on its pommel to lure the renegade drow with the image of his deity. Cattie-brie assumed ownership instead, and the sword managed to compel her to try and force herself upon Drizzt as a manifestation of the Khazid'hea's desire. She emerged from the battle of wills weary, but totally in command of the sword.
She never allowed it to control her movements and could block out the weapon's telepathy with nary a thought, though, towards the end of the battle with the orcs for control of Mithral Hall, the blade did take control over her, but only through the fact that she was near exhaustion as the orcs came against them time and time again, never allowing much of a break in order to wear the dwarves down. They fell to the Spellplague, the consequence of the death of Mystra, goddess of magic, which caused magic to run wild all across the world.
One minute, Catti and Regis were up and about, talking and living.
The next, their minds were gone, reducing them to vegetables. Such ignominious death had plagued Salvatore's reality, a bitter wellspring from which he drew to write the deaths of Regis and Catti-brie. What heroic reason was there for my brother to get cancer and die?
There's no heroic reason. It doesn't make sense. You hear about some kid riding his bike and he gets hit by a car.
There's no rhyme or reason to that. When he killed Wulfgar much earlier in the Drizzt line of books, Salvatore received letters from both sides of the fence. When Catti and Regis died, "there was no outrage," the author said. Salvatore saw things differently.