How did Artemis entreri live so long?

How did Artemis entreri live so long?

On the way to Damara, Artemis inadvertently stole the life-force of a shade with his vampiric dagger. He then appeared to have reversed age a full decade, and his aging slowed considerably. It was likely that he would live as long as an elf or dwarf.

What race is Artemis entreri?

Calishite human
Artemis Entreri

Artemis Entreri with the Crystal Shard.
Artemis Entreri
Race Calishite human (partial Shade)
Occupation Assassin
Known language(s) Common, Drow Sign (rudimentary)

Where is Gauntlgrym?

Bruenor Battlehammer rediscovered Gauntlgrym through a cave entrance in a stony ravine in the Crags outside of Neverwinter. This entrance appear to be the closest to the city’s “front doors.”

What God does Drizzt worship?

The 1st edition sourcebook, The Savage Frontier, declares Drizzt a worshiper of Gwaeron Windstrom, and Drizzt declares himself a follower of the hero of Mielikki, Gwaeron in The Crystal Shard. However, several later R.A. Salvatore novels clearly depict him as a worshiper of Mielikki.

What do we know about the Artemisia plant?

Coronavirus: What do we know about the artemisia plant? The World Health Organization (WHO) is to test a malaria drug on Covid patients, which is derived from the artemisia plant used in Madagascar.

Does Artemisia annua work against malaria?

The active ingredient found in the dried leaves of artemisia annua is called artemisinin, and it does work against malaria. Chinese scientists pioneered the discovery of its properties when they were searching for a cure for malaria in the 1970s.

What is artemisinin?

Artemisinin is an extract substance from the plant Artemisia Annua which used as a drug for malaria disease. The content of these substances is more effective to treat malaria disease rather than substances produced by quinine plants.

Is Artemisia toxic to dogs and cats?

Artemisia plants are not generally included on lists of plants toxic to animals. However, tarragon (Artemisia dracunculus) is the exception, with clearly documented toxicity for dogs and cats.