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  • The Last Voyage of Asmond

    bq. "Oh hear the ballad of Asmond and his flying ship, the likes of which you've never seen! Hear of the deeds that befell, and the cost of his final voyage. Forsooth! No man now knows what final resting place holds his treasure laden grave - unless he …

  • Floating Islands of the Elves

    About the time that men created [[Archlond]] to escape the coming darkness, the elves opted to create a series of islands for themselves. These floating paradises they made to sail upon the clouds, and fly above the seas, where none could reach. Because …

  • Dark Elves

    *Racial Traits*: These traits are in addition to high elf traits, except where noted. * Dark Elves gain +2 Str and +2 Int. This replaces the high elf's ability modifiers. * 60ft. Darkvision. This is in addition to the high elf's low-light vision. * …

  • The Razing of Aschbourne

    bq. _"Flammolier. That was the name given to the beast; for none escaped the roiling, blazing inferno that it spewed upon the town. And when it was done, nothing but ash and cinders and fire remained."_ - Ardred, 11th Watcher of Argell

  • Races

    There are many races to be found in the world of Erdon; the following varieties are not listed in standard sourcebooks.
    h5. *Dwarves:* * [[Iron Dwarves]] * [[Red Dwarves]] * [[Silverbeards]] * [[Snowbeards]]
    h5. *Elves:* * [[Dark …

  • Elves in Archlond

    There are 5 races of elves known in [[Archlond]]: Grey Elves, High Elves, Wood Elves, Wild Elves, and Dark Elves. The *Grey Elves* remain secluded in an undiscovered citadel near the highest crags of the northern [[Dragonspine Mountains | Dragonspine …

  • Jitabe Empire

    The *Jitabe Empire*, also known as the Jade Empire, occupies a great expanse of land that borders a great sea; its denizens are primarily humans, elves, and dwarves. The capital city of *Ro-Kyon* is known to its residents as a place of much political …

  • Yur

    h4. *Origin:* As the once great [[Barbarian Empire]] began to collapse, many of the empire's seafaring southern chieftains took to the sea; a few of these voyaging heroes returned to confirm the shamanic prophesies of a wild land that could only be …