Our event taking place this weekend happens in the Proud Realm of Baol, and there is a recent event that has had a huge effect not only on Baolach politics, but the recent history of the whole of Tirneach.
Last time we told you about the days before the Réig in Tirneach, and the early years of the child who would become the Réig. What follows is an account of the war of unification that the Réig waged when they arrived in the name of the Shaper.
We’ve had a few people asking about the history of Tirneach and recent events, so here’s the first part of a brief overview. What follows is the generally accepted version of the history of the Tirneach peninsula.
Background submission is now open, read this post to find out more.
With backgrounds now open for submission, we have been receiving some questions about the lifespans of different species. We have included the below excerpt from “On the Lives of the Species” an IC work detailing various facts and statistics about the different peoples of Tirneach.
A land far to the West of Tirneach, Schlachtfeld is the ancestral home of the Krieger. While most of the Krieger in Tirneach are descended from those who came across the sea long ago new arrivals are not unheard of, though it is admittedly far more likely to meet a ship full of raiders at sea.
The homeland of the Firetouched, Orohogar is very different to Tirneach. Situated in a vast desert surrounded by oceans, those who come directly from Orohogar to Tirneach can have trouble adjusting.
Without a doubt the most mysterious aspect of Leasiar life and culture is the Path of Many Candles. Those who are walking the path cannot remember why or how they came to do so, and those who oversee the the ritual are often less forthcoming than inquiring minds would wish them to be, leaving fertile ground for wild rumours and speculation. Continue reading The Path of Many Candles
Enemy of all mortal kind, where the Gwyllt can exert their influence they will send their minions to undo and subvert the children of the Shaper.