Welcome to HârnWorld!

Hârn is a mist-shrouded island lying off the western coast of the continent of Lýthia, and legend has it populated by savage beasts, barbaric tribesmen, and mysterious wizards.

First published in 1983, Hârn is one of the most detailed fantasy worlds ever created and we are proud to be your gateway to its small but thriving worldwide fan community. So come on in and join the fun.

Don't know HârnWorld at all? Click here to download an introduction (PDF). If you want to meet other fans, then visit the HârnForum, the Hârn community meeting hall. And don't forget to check out HârnLink for other Hârn websites on the Internet! But our primary purpose is to freely share fan-written material set in HârnWorld, although much of this material could be adapted for use in any fantasy roleplaying setting. Submissions can be sent to submissions_{AT}_lythia_{DOT}_com.


A Chybisan Almanac

This download contains a month-by-month recounting of the activities that occur in the small Kingdom of Chybisa.

Character Sheets & Profiles

There’s a new addition to the page of Character Sheets, so we’re publishing it again. Unavailable for years, there’s now plenty of choice.

GunMaster Gold

GunMaster supplements HârnMaster Gold with rules for firearms.

HârnForum Software Update

The HârnForum has been upgraded but there are some changes. Click for more…

Misyn 9-10

A two page continuation of the CGI Misyn article by the same team.


Templates: Weather Journal

June 15th, 2014

These are blank journals, by month, for Kethiran weather reports. They are prepared in Microsoft Word 2003; they should open without difficulty into any version of Word up to MS Word 2010. Porting into OfficeLibre loses some data and formatting.

The journal pages are presented in hínyaèl (half-month), with days broken into six watches. The watches are themselves color-coded to denote the amount of daylight available during the shift, and this changes with the seasons. Grey denotes night watches, a lighter grey denotes twilight watches (only experienced during spring and fall), and yellow denotes day watches.

I use the space immediately to the right of the date for sunrise and sunset times. However, my times are known to be inaccurate; I have left it for the user to provide his own almanac, or notes, or blank as he or she sees fit. I have removed the form fields to facilitate rapid data entry.

The icons beneath the dates denote the full moon (Yaélah) and new moon (Yaélmor), as well as the religious days per the Harn Religious Calendar (CGI 9951),

by Konnel Damiano


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