Shôrkýnè Regional Interactive Map released
September 30, 2010
Keléstia Productions is proud to announce the release of our latest interactive map for the region of Shôrkýnè. This map covers the realms and principalities of Hârbáal, Chélemby, Huriséa and Shôrkýnè, as well as touching on parts of Emélrenè, Quârphor, Lánkor, and Tríerzòn.
The Green Dragon Inn
September 15, 2010
The Green Dragon is a busy, prosperous inn on the north side of Minarsas in the Kingdom of Kaldor. The innkeeper and his wife are faithful Halaens and are working quietly to establish a temple in this conservative town. This article contains the maps for the inn’s compound and buildings; descriptions of the owner and staff are provided, along with some possible adventure hooks. Other connections are made to CGI’s article on Minarsas and their article on Kaldor.
by David Mareske
September 15, 2010
This is a collection of brief descriptions of some significant settlements in the Kingdom of Kaldor: Baseta, Esenor, Fisen, Kyg, Nubeth, Shebra, Sirendel, Uldien, and Wybend. There is also Yael, a settlement in the Kingdom of Melderyn. The descriptions consist of little more than a short overview, a list of residents & craftsmen, a black & white GM’s map and a colour Common (or Player) map.
While the articles may not be completely in the “traditional” format, they provide GMs with all the information they need to use them. The settlements are mostly important population centres; for example Sirendel is the seat of the Sheriff of Thel.
Please note that some of the information that tie these settlements in to the broader fabric of Hârn material may be slightly wrong (for example, Wybend is actually held from Baron Piestel for Earl Dariune, not Baron Pastel for Earl Adrienne) but these are readily altered to suit your own campaign.
These settlement articles are suitable for any medieval fantasy campaign. Maps are by Nick Lowson.
by Paul Barr
September 14, 2010
The Oathnut, also referred to as the warming mushroom, is a truffle and not a nut. It can be found, albeit rarely, in the Mimean and Mineous Forest hundreds in Kanday and even more rarely in other forest regions of Hârn.
by Werner Riga