Thanks to the militaristic achievements of Lotharus Maximus, an Imperator that guided the Third Imperium through one of its most glorious and successful periods, there are a number of places on the map that bear his name in one form or another. Lothringen is one of these, and is a vast Duchy in the northeastern … Continue reading Lothringen and Lotharingia: Sound the Same, Act Very Differently
Month: March 2020
Slinker, Slayer, Kobold, Squire; Chapter 18
Shr Gelbrand came sweeping out of his keep to greet his guest and it was as if Jandle was watching an instant replay from the first time he had met the dwarf with the clean-shaven head and pale green eyes. Jandle had never seen this man when he wasn’t bursting with hospitality. Trelderian Hall was … Continue reading Slinker, Slayer, Kobold, Squire; Chapter 18
New Updates to Site
Casual visitors might not have noticed the inclusion of a new menu option labelled "Who's Who." This is a fairly comprehensive list of all of the NPCs that are currently more than just casual acquaintances to the players in the game. This list does not, however, make note of all of the paladins that have … Continue reading New Updates to Site
Clerics & Priests of Partum
People not familiar with how the different roles operate may mistake priests for clerics and vice-versa. But they do not function in the same way and they have different tasks to perform within their churches. For the most part they have less in common than the average person might think. Clerics perform the same in … Continue reading Clerics & Priests of Partum
The Royal Academy of Arcane Studies
Located in the heart of the last remaining elven glade in the Slothjemian Coreland in the town of Moonton (known by the jors as Moontonburg) is the Royal Academy of Arcane Studies. This small college dedicates itself to advancing general magick use. While not as formidable as some of the institutions that can be found … Continue reading The Royal Academy of Arcane Studies
Permission, Hell… I’m the King!
In the multiverse of Dungeons & Dragons players are confronted with a number of realities that are nothing like modern life, regardless of where you reside. The biggest are things like magic and roaming monsters that have a tendency to flip plans and schemes upside down with reckless abandon. There are a number of smaller … Continue reading Permission, Hell… I’m the King!
Hedda Hopper’s Head Would’ve Exploded
At the beginning of the celebratory ball being held to salute those that were responsible for destroying the Ash King people in Slothjemia's capital of Jordrakenschloss were sharing the rumors of battlefield success in what had been Vincasikilia. There was some talk of the group of foreigners that had dethroned the de facto head of … Continue reading Hedda Hopper’s Head Would’ve Exploded
Continental Excursions: Lusatia
At the far eastern edge of Partum sits a large and prosperous land that bridges the barbaric and the civilized. Ruled by King Olaf V the land of Lusatia boasts large fortified cities, sprawling farmlands, and rugged foothills. With customs dating back centuries and having at its heart the rigid discipline of the Church as … Continue reading Continental Excursions: Lusatia
It is often the case that agreeing to a simple request can change dramatically the trajectory of a person’s life. Happily fixated on their own goals and oblivious to the rut that their life has settled into people can forget that it doesn’t take much to shake them free of their complacency and thrust them … Continue reading Thunderbolt
St. Gregory’s Massacre
There was never a more decadent or powerful city in all of Partum than Gothortus the ancient capital of the Third Imperium. As the government began to falter and society began to unravel tensions started to rise among the nobility who were anxious to secure their own fortunes against whatever uncertainty lay ahead. Some of … Continue reading St. Gregory’s Massacre
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