The Record of Pahlia

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The Record of Pahlia

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Turn 3 Submission Deadline: June 15, 2015
Turn 3 Processing Date: June 22, 2015
Turn 3 Results: TBA


Year Three:

All signs point toward a kind of renaissance underway on the continent of Pahnia. Empahnia, in the center of the continent, is healthy and prosperous. Fortunado, a southern port, is swelling with enterprising people of all sorts.

Scholars across Pahlia begin speaking of the Ommian Collegium, some in hushed tones, others quite enthusiastically.

Year Two:

Reports begin circulating of mortals gaining extraordinary powers, the likes of which resemble tales of old Eiran.

Year One:

The Interdict has been relaxed. The gods of Pahlia begin affecting the world and the lives of those upon it.


Known Continents:


Known Countries and Regions:

The Western Shore. West of the mountains west of Rattan.

Po Valley. East of the mountain range near the Western Shore.

Known Cities and Towns:

Empahna. Located near the geographic center of Pahlia. Known somewhat for trade.

Ommia. Known for its collegium, a group of scholars.

Rattan. The most populous settlement of the Po Valley.

Fortunado. Port city in southern Pahnia. People there are kind of rough around the edges.

Known Seas:

Known Mountain Ranges:

The Foothold Mountains, northern Pahnia.

Known Lakes and Rivers:

Known Peoples:

Humans. Average height, build... everything, really.

Dwarrow. Short. Stocky. Prefer caves, tunnels, and stone.

Giants. Bigger than humans but look more like dwarrow.

Centaurs. Below the navel, horse. Above the navel, human.

The Edem. Radiant Ones. Child-like creatures taller than dwarrows but lighter. Kind of glowy.
"It is not the literal past that rules us, save, possibly, in a biological sense. It is images of the past. Each new historical era mirrors itself in the picture and active mythology of its past or of a past borrowed from other cultures. It tests its sense of identity, of regress or new achievement against that past.”
-George Steiner

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