Covenant: The Djinni of the Howling Wind

In a palace that moves with the wind across the deserts lives a terrible djinni. Any Seer or sorcerer capable of finding his abode and willing to pay the price can share his knowledge. Ranks & Improvements Ranks cost as normal (see the Queen of no Court, p. 19). With each rank the sorcerer adds […]

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Across the White Marsh

The white marsh is a great waste of caustic sludge. From a distance it looks like a wintery swamp, but it is arid and hot instead of wet and cold. In the summer months, the rapid evaporation causes the pale mire to coagulate into an ice-like crust of saline crystals, thick enough to carry the […]

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Wilderness zone: The Wailing Hills

The Wailing Hills of Gána-Ga These hills are generally safe to travel, busy with trade and teeming with life, for Nippur—the religious center and home to Enlil, the god of fertility and growth—lies here. Criss-crossed by roads. As long as the adventurers follow one of the many roads crisscrossing the hills, no Vigor test is […]

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Wilderness Zone: The Rocky Desert

A desert of stone pillars, black boulders, gravel and rocks. Beast-men and savage tribes rule the land, and the lack of water and food makes travel dangerous and hard. Rugged terrain: Travel speed is two hexagons per day. Barren: Each attempt at foraging takes a full day. Chance encounters: 2d6 2          A gale, screaming like […]

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