Atlas Keléstia – TRZN A1 (Máris)
November 16, 2012
This issue describes map square A1 (Máris) on the Tríerzon regional map, which is an area on the north-central coast of the kingdom of Emélrenè. It is a region of rapidly growing trade centres, including Máris and Panîra, as well as the wilder and more dangerous Ellarýn hills and forest. Tensions are rising between Ilvîran cultists seeking to engage with growing numbers of Ívashi in the region and Laránian military forces seeking to wipe out those same creatures. Local politics in the region are complex, and in Larýn Hundred crimes are going un-investigated due to the disappearance of the bailiff-of-the-hundred.
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November 14, 2012
This 14-page article greatly expands the canon Aquatics bestiary article by Jonathan Davidson published by CGI (CG #4614). It details several species of sharks, dolphins, eels, rays & skates, jellyfish, sea turtles, and crabs.
Note on page numbers: since this article expands upon the original, its page number begins at 7 – if you do not own the original bestiary article you have to purchase it to get pages 1-6.
by Bernhard Bihler and Brent Bailey
November 13, 2012
Whilst the CGI published bestiary article on ‘Dogs’ was extensive, there were in our opinion, two glaring omissions. These are the greyhound and the bulldog, both popular breeds of the medieval period. Presented here are pages 11 & 12 which will add to the ‘Dogs’ bestiary article. Firstly we present the Greyhound, a fast and agile courser, emblematic of nobility. Second there is the Harnic Bulldog, the ‘gamey’ baiting dog seen at fairs and festivals throughout Harn, where their masters set them upon bulls and bears in the bloody spectacle of the baiting ring.
by Bernhard Bihler, Stephen Mitchell and Brent Bailey
Many Manors 1
November 13, 2012
This collection contains ten (10) more or less ordinary manors with no special features to give all GMs as many alternatives as possible. They will nearly fit almost anywhere you need an “instant manor”. There is no text or description, allowing you more freedom to manipulate the manors to your own needs. The maps are all in a single pdf, and the archive also contains all FCW-files, so if you have CC2 and Mappa Hārnica you will able to change any of the maps to suit yourself.
by Lars Richter