This article is about minor characters in the fictional northwestern nation of the Silver Marches in the Forgotten Realms Dungeons & Dragons universe. Further information can be found in the accessory The Silver Marches.
Methrammar Aerasumé is a half-elven martial wizard, son of Silverymoon's High Lady Alustriel Silverhand and an elf, and High Marshal of the Argent Legion, the defense force and standing army of the Silver Marches. In this position he also has the seventh seat on the council of the Silver Marches as a peer.
Aerasumé constantly tries hard to live up to his mother's standards, feeling somewhat in the shadow of the great mage, politician, and Chosen of Mystra. Soft-spoken and humbly mannered, he has gotten much respect from the Argent Legion he commands though, and many follow him purely out of loyalty. He has a pseudodragon familiar called Beau and an intelligent magical bow called Swiftflight, a present from his half-brother Tyresia.
Sernius Alathar is a human paladin who is the current leader of the Knights In Silver, Silverymoon's main fighting force.
Jorus Azuremantle, a half-elven wizard, is the current leader of the Spellguard, an order of magic users dedicated to the defence of the city of Silverymoon in Northern Faerûn.
High Mage Taern "Thunderspell" Hornblade is the High Mage of Silverymoon, having succeeded Alustriel when she took the office of High Lady. In place of Alustriel, who has the roles of Lady Protectorate and High Lady, Hornblade sits as a Peer on the council of the Silver Marches for Silverymoon, though he follows Alustriel's wishes whenever they are expressed. He also works as a Harper.
Taern is tall and gray-bearded, a powerful evoker mage and a thoughtful and cautious man. He is nicknamed Thunderspell because of a more reckless youth in which he used his mastery of some formiddable battle-spells in mage-duels. He is also somewhat in love with Alustriel.
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