We are pleased to publish the first of four Regional Maps and Gazetteers for the sub-continent of Hèpekéria. The first of these is Menêma – Hèpekéria’s Maritime Crossroads. This publication covers the Kingdoms of Menêma, Dýsor, Geména and Vítho, and the wild lands of Dálani. It also outlines the Númec lands of the Lawâta and ‘Air tribes, and the subsidiary realm, Azúwirat. Over 100 entries are described. This is a fascinating region, with the Kôrlic […]
We are pleased to announce our first publication of 2019- Karéjia – the City-States of the Venârian Sea. Continuing our Venârivè Almanac series, this module describes the heart of Venârivè – the islands of the Karéjian Archipelago and the lands of the eastern seaboard which are part of the Karéjian League. The region includes cities as diverse as Livélis, Phanósia, Shélon, Ájygàl, and Gílech and a total of over 200 city-states, with massive trading fleets […]
Keléstia Productions are pleased to announce our second publication of 2018 – Thónia – the End of the World. Continuing our Venârivè Almanac series, this module describes the most remote, isolated and mountainous region of all of Lýthia – the veritable ‘End of the World’. Thónia is also the ‘end of the world’ in another sense – it suffered dramatically from the effects of the Red Death, to the extent that all the civilised states […]
Keléstia Productions are pleased to announce the publication of Atlas Keléstia #47. This issue describes map square B2 (Âlwin) on the Emélrenè map. It is our most complex Atlas Keléstia issue yet – the map index is 50 pages long, and includes data for more than 420 entries.
Upon a sea of grass… Keléstia Productions are pleased to announce the publication of our second Venârivè Almanac product: Tuvâra – the Great Southern Savannah. The lush savannahs between the Venârian Sea and the Anzelôrian Rainforest are home to some of Kèthîra’s most remarkable fauna. They are also home to the Tuvâra – a race that combines nobility and savagery in equal measure. Gold and ivory lure many an adventurer here, as well as rumors […]
We are pleased to be able to provide several versions of a ‘poetic’ map of Emélrenè and the surrounding regions, as drawn by the loremaster (rowánti) Fástred of Beréma.