The Horde

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Larry Elmore, being *very* Larry Elmore. It was practically the 80's.

"The Horde" was a Boxed-set campaign setting for D&D, released by TSR in 1990 to add Mongolians (called the Tuigan) to the Forgotten Realms. The boxed set describes the area known as the Endless Wastes- you'll generally find it in the far north-east of your maps of Toril.

The boxed set describes a range of cities, cultures, and customs, including water-breaking-rock style kung fu, a Great Wall with the bound soul of a dragon desperately trying to escape, and most importantly rules for the Shatjan - a race of short half-men with the head of a reindeer, who eat grass and have an icy breath weapon. It also includes stats for Yamun Kahan, a red-headed brutal nomad warlord who is both a brilliant strategist who has united the clans.

Apparently Genghis motherfucking Khan was a L17 Fighter.

Dungeons & Dragons Campaign Settings
Basic D&D: Mystara (Blackmoor) - Pelinore
AD&D: Birthright - Council of Wyrms - Dark Sun - Dragonlance
Forgotten Realms (Al-Qadim - The Horde - Icewind Dale - Kara-Tur - Maztica)
Greyhawk - Jakandor - Mystara (Hollow World - Red Steel - Savage Coast)
Planescape - Ravenloft (Masque of the Red Death) - Spelljammer
3rd/3.5 Edition: Blackmoor - Dragonlance - Eberron - Forgotten Realms
Ghostwalk - Greyhawk (Sundered Empire) - Ravenloft
4th Edition: Blackmoor - Dark Sun - Eberron - Forgotten Realms - Nentir Vale
5th Edition: Dragonlance - Eberron - Forgotten Realms - Greyhawk
Nentir Vale - Ravenloft - Ravnica - Spelljammer
Third Party: Dragonmech (3E) - Dragonstar (3E) - Kingdoms of Kalamar (2E/3E/4E)
Midnight (3E/4E) - Ptolus (3E) - Scarred Lands (3E/5E) - Spellslinger (3E)
Wilderlands of High Fantasy (Basic)