The Forgotten Forge
Publication Eberron Campaign Setting
Type Adventure
Author Keith Baker, Bill Slavicsek, and James Wyatt
Pages 307-317
Edition 3rd ed. (3.5)
Followed by Shadows of the Last War, Queen with the Burning Eyes

The Forgotten Forge is a 1st level adventure featured in the Eberron Campaign Setting and is the first Eberron adventure. The adventure was designed as an introduction to the world of Eberron and is set in Sharn. A follow-up adventure named Queen with the Burning Eyes was published in Dungeon Magazine #113 and another titled Shadows of the Last War in 2004.

This adventure takes place in Sharn, the City of Towers. It begons, as many incidents in the City of Towers do, with a corpse. A warforged assassin, a mysterious blank book, and an offer from a House Cannith heir leads the adventurers into the depths of Sharn - eventually to an ancient ruin dating back to before the creation of the Kingdom of Galifar.

Along the way, if the adventurers are successful, they recover a lost schema - a part of a pattern used by artificers to craft magic items. They also learn that many different agencies are interested in this relic, including those loyal to the various House Cannith elders and agents of the infamous Lord of Blades


The adventure is relatively short consisting of only 11 pages, has two images of art and three maps. It is designed for level 1 characters and by the end of the adventure they should reach level 3. There are four parts to the adventure.

  • Part One: Death in the Upper City
  • Part Two: Into the Depths
  • Part Three: The Ruins of Dorasharn
  • Part Four: Endgame


  • Beetle Swarm
  • Cutter
  • Saber
  • Sgt. Dolon
  • Shakan
  • Shifters
  • Warforged
  • Watch Guards


  • Iron Defenders are featured in the adventure though statistics are not provided on the page. Instead a page number reference is provided.
  • The character Elaydren tells the player characters to regularly check the House Sivis message station in Barmin Tower, though according to the Sharn: City of Towers source book, House Sivis does not have a message station in Barmin Tower.
  • Barmin Tower doesn't seem to exist in the Sharn: City of Towers source book.

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