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Býria: the Holy Matriarch
June 26, 2013
Kelestia Productions are pleased to announce the first of the Venârivè Almanac Series, which supports Venârivè: Northwestern Lýthia.
Býria: the Holy Matriarchy provides an overview of this unique realm on the southern coast of the Venârian Sea. Býria is a mysterious theocratic matriarchy both feared and reviled by outsiders. It is a powerful empire which seeks to expand its control to the south and its influence more widely.
The module also includes a 13-page article on Slavery in Venârivè which provides the first comprehensive description of this important aspect of life in Venârivè.
Find out more about this new supplement here: Býria: the Holy Matriarchy.
Harn news – new releases imminent
June 22, 2013
Columbia Games News
June 21, 2013
NEW HARN RELEASES COMING NEXT WEEK.
Join the HarnQuest subscription and save money on new releases.
Learn about the newLocation Expansions.
5806: Zynholm Thran
Zynholm is a fortified thran held by Clan Saargax from Orbaal’s King Alegar II. Melvold Saargax, the current valhakar (clan leader) is stern and demanding to the Ivinian clans that owe him tribute and a harsh overlord to the oppressed Jarin population.
The Zynholm Thran article describes the settlement’s history, government, religion, and economics, and provides details for some of its craftsmen and other locations. Includes color GM and player local maps, and floor plans for the clanhouse temple of Sarajin.
The Telen Castle article describes the settlement’s history, government, religion, and economics, and provides details for some of its craftsmen and other locations. Includes GM and player local maps as well as interior plans for the fortified villa of the powerful Nordaka clan, all in full color.
This is a Hârn Classics release. Portions of this article were originally published in 1987 as part of the Thardic Republic Module. The article has been upgraded with new color artwork and redrawn maps, as well as expanded descriptions of the town.
Weasels is a bestiary article. It describes the habitat and physical attributes of badgers, weasels, stoats, minks, polecats, sables, river otters, sea otters, and wolverines. Also included are details for hunting and trapping these creatures, fully compatible with the Hunting article (COL #4841).
5702A: Thay #B9: Jeweler
This article is a location expansion intended for use with the City of Thay article (COL #5702). It describes the master jeweler and his establishment. Full-color plans of the building are included, along with several adventure hooks the GM can use to bring the location into play.
4751A: Clord #20: Woodcrafter
This article is alocation expansion intended for use with “Clord Manor” article in the HârnManor module (COL #4751). It describes the master woodcrafter and his establishment. Full color plans of the building are included, along with several adventure hooks the GM can use to bring the location into play.
5890A: Sorkins: The Seven Brothers
Deep in the densely wooded foothills of the Sorkin Mountains northeast of Gardiren in the Kingdom of Kaldor, a clearing in the woods holds a ring of standing stones that the Taeldan tribesmen call the Seven Brothers. The Taelda revere the stones and use the site for sacred ceremonies, led by mysterious Guardians.
This article is alocation expansion intended for use with the Sorkin Mountains article (COL #5890). It describes the Seven Brothers site and the tribesmen who act as its protectors. Includes a color local map and several adventure hooks the GM can use to bring the location into play.
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32 pages full color with new full color plans.
Cherafir is the capital city and principal port of the Kingdom of Melderyn. The city is well fortified and its strong citadel is the main residence of the king. Known as the “Mages’ City,” Cherafir is seen by most as a bizarre anomaly, prone to strange happenings and inhabited by weird entities. While largely fictitious, this reputation is promoted by the inhabitants. Cherafir is the most cosmopolitan of Hârnic towns, particularly its dock-side foreigners’ quarter known as the Alienage. Cherafir has always been a city of scholars. Dozens of secret societies of practitioners of various arcane arts have their headquarters here.
Cherafir offers game masters many opportunities, both as the site of urban intrigue and adventure and as a gateway to the continent of Lythia.
The Cherafir article contains an overview of the city’s history, economics, religion, government, and military forces. In addition to a full-page color player map, color GM maps are provided for each district of the city and more than 160 locations are described. Color floor plans are included for the entire Alienage, as are full descriptions and color floor plans of the Chantry of the Guild of Arcane Lore and the College of Heralds.
FREE SAMPLE MAP
Hârn map pdf file.
The classic map that enthralled a generation of Hârn fans is now available in electronic format for the first time.
This beautiful color map (22″ x 34″ printed) covers an area of approximately 600 x 900 miles, including the entire island of Hârn and numerous nearby smaller islands. It depicts the full range of terrain types as well as civilized areas. All castles, keeps, and cities are indicated, as are major roads. The map is overlaid with a 25-league square grid and a 5-league hex grid for easy reference.
The PDF also features a 22″×34″ HârnWorld poster, which includes a cultural/political map of Hârn as well as examples of the various maps, floor plans, illustrations, and text found in the many HârnWorld products published by Columbia Games.
It’s official! Columbia Games will be at GenCon 2013!
Columbia Games will once again have a booth at Gen Con this year. We have a lot of exciting new products and a growing list of old products being republished in our new colorful layout.
Join in the fun – August 2013.
GM Walt McAtee is planning a Harn event called The Red Caravan Saturday (8/17) @ 10:00 AM.
Columbia Games block games and Slapshot events are also planned.
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June 21, 2013
Built in 426TR, Gimon is a struggling fishing port, home to a rough crowd of fishermen and miners. Located on the south-eastern coast of Kanday, it is the fief of Baron Tobrin Jevasa, a close advisor to the powerful Earl of Sarkum.
This keep was developed from the single map provided by Columbia Games in their Atlas Kanday CD. The original map has been changed to include a larger walled keep in order to more closely fit the requirements in my own campaign. The maps and general document were made in MS Visio and ported to PDF. I’ve made some additional Visio stencils available. If these are useful do let me know and I will continue to post other items.
by Joseph McCallum