[Age of Dusk] Meditations on the importance of a Timeline for a Last Age Pt. II

A sequel to a previous post. The Awful Weapon – Upon the plains of Sriatus the divine host did come to terms with the nightmare legions of Tzyan. A shrieking tide of flesh, living and dead and in between, did cast itself upon the unbreakable ranks of the Sial-Atrementar and was rent asunder by spears of … More [Age of Dusk] Meditations on the importance of a Timeline for a Last Age Pt. II

[Age of Dusk] Meditations on the importance of a Timeline for a Last Age Pt. I

Inspired by the steady progress on my adventure, as well as a recent J.R.R. Tolkien Binge (whom I must shamefully admit to have never read fully, being forced to grapple with unwieldy dutch translations until I finally bit the bullet and shilled for the complete trilogy + Silmarillion) I am pressed to outline a sketchy … More [Age of Dusk] Meditations on the importance of a Timeline for a Last Age Pt. I

Horrors of the Age of Dusk; The Apex

The Body-thief. The Devourer. The Grand Deceiver. The Twisted Mirror. – Dictionary of Old Tzyan, Vol. XII, Sixth Scroll The Lands of Autumn are home to others things then men. Within the secluded valleys and remote plateaus a cryptic horror labours tirelessly towards unfathomable ends. Whether they are race, artifact, contagion or even a direct … More Horrors of the Age of Dusk; The Apex

Horrors of the Age of Dusk: The Grey Maidens

(Feeling productive/Anti-productive so double post today guys) Banished to the deepest labyrinths and darkest chasms abandoned since time immemorial, the Grey Maidens were said to be the concubines of the Harrow King Ashardath. Affronted by the attempted murder by one of their own, he worked upon them a foul and nameless sorcery the world has … More Horrors of the Age of Dusk: The Grey Maidens

Lands of Autumn; The Bitter War and the Riverlands Pt. V; The wretched Riverlander and his tricks

Caught between the avaricious plots of the treacherous Gal’Alorian and the arrogant zealotry of the inbred Karaashi, the Riverlanders have grown insular and xenophobic, prone to violence and slow to trust strangers. Spread across many hovels, villages, towns and hommlets, it is through the extraordinary health and fecundity of the Riverlander that he has managed … More Lands of Autumn; The Bitter War and the Riverlands Pt. V; The wretched Riverlander and his tricks