Tag: Cadaemon

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  • Session 5

    h3. *Active Wizards* * [[:randy-doom-renquiste | Randy "Doom" Renquiste]] * [[:rieko | Rieko]] Having no way to avoid the encounter, the circle unleashed all of their arcane might upon the party of zealots. Despite the best efforts of a group of [[ …

  • Session 6

    h3. *Active Wizards* * [[:cyrus | Cyrus]] * [[:maron | Maron]] After having a brief council, the circle determined that they would strive to limit their interactions with the former subjects of the foul necromancer [[:octavious | Octavious]]. A …

  • Session 7

    h3. *Active Wizards* * [[:cyrus | Cyrus]] * [[:yeer | Yeer]] Upon returning to the tower, Cyrus and Yeer discussed the intriguing possibilities represented by the unusual undead creatures encountered at the Royal Cairn. They both agreed that to …

  • the Barrows of the North

    Along the northwestern coast there is a region of rock-strewn moors called the Barrows, so named because it is home to hundreds of ancient burial cairns. Some of these grave sites are enormous, and can easily be mistaken for small hills because they have …

  • Gorlis

    Gorlis is a large seaport of almost 25,000 residents, located on the southwestern coast of the Barrier Sea. One of the great wonders of the world are the massive stone docks of Gorlis; built in ancient times and stretching across nearly a mile of …

  • Cadaemon

    Cadaemon is an isolated region of tall hills and bogs, with fertile river valleys in between that provide some of the most fertile farmland in the world. Cadaemon is a predominantly rural area. It's few cities were all founded after the imperial …

  • Gods of the West

    The western people of Cadaemon were a free and proud culture with there own grand legacy and legendary heroes until they were brought under the control of the emperors of old many thousands of years ago. After that period they were encouraged to emulate …

  • Nehemion

    The worship of Nehemion the creator god is a relatively (as far as religions go) new development. After the collapse of the empire, an unnamed prophet declared that the world was suffering because mankind had been seduced into the worship of demons as …

  • Royal Cairn

    The Royal Carin is a massive ancient burial site for some long forgotten king. It is located in the northwestern hills of Cadaemon in the foothills of the Blacktooth mountains. At the summit of the Cairn is a circle of three standing stones marked with …

  • Tower of Octavious

    A small but stout keep located on the summit of a broad hill. It overlooks the surrounding countryside and, until quite recently is was the home of the evil necromancer [[:octavious | Octavious]]. At the foot of the hill lies the village of [[Tyrvo]], …

  • Tyrvo

    A small farming and herding village located in central Cadaemon. It and the surrounding lands owe allegiance to the occupants of the castle on the hill above it. Those occupants are currently the [[The Wizards' Circle | The Wizards' Circle]]. [[Main …

  • Alvera Pennington

    Alvera Pennington grew up in the western hills of Cadaemon, learning to hunt and fight alongside her siblings and cousins. One year, she decided to accompany the raiding bands that descended on the lowlands for cattle and coin. Over the next few years she …

  • Randall Dauphinais

    Randall Dauphinais was born in the cluttered alleys of Gorlis, one of the largest port cities of the west. He lived his life within sight of the ocean, occasionally as a deck hand on a cog but more often working the docks. He spent his off-hours gambling …

  • Reuben Denni

    Reuben Denni was born in the southern lowlands of Cadaemon among a troupe of wandering performers. His parents taught him to sing and play as soon as he could speak and to separate people from their money as easily and painlessly as possible. …

  • Ellete Rody

    Ellete grew up the child of a Cadaemoni hill tribe. The land these tribes lived on was too poor to foster sustained agriculture, so they lived the life of nomadic herders. The tribes wealth, what little of it there was, was all bound up in the livestock …