Tashal: Medrik – SE

January 27, 2018

Medrik Southeast City Block is located in Tashal, and consists of 10 buildings that are home to a mixed population of lesser nobility, government officials, guildsmen, and even a few laborers. The most prominent resident is Tarkin Hirnen, Lord Chancellor of Kaldor. Many are full of secrets. The twenty page article contains full plans for each building by Matt Leber, heraldry, layout by Brent Bailey, and Richard’s Luschek’s fantastic art.

by Matt Roegner

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Atlas Keléstia – Trzn-B2 Âlwin published

September 11, 2017

The Land Awakens…

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.

This issue of Atlas Keléstia covers the Kingdom of Emélrenè’s Âlwìna Shire and a number of surrounding areas. Âlwìna Shire is Emélrenè’s most populous and lies at the heart of the kingdom. Âlwin city is the second largest urban centre of the realm and jealously guards its rights and privileges. The ancient castle of Modána and thirteen keeps are also found in this area.

Most of the great clans of the realm hold lands here. Three of the great clans with seats in the region are in danger of ‘extinction’ due to small sizes, but in all cases, there are sub-clans with an interest in the outcome. The region is also the home of one of the clans descended from the old royal house, with associated tensions.

Other ancient tensions continue in the Môrtellyn Hundred, a region inhabited by clans with links to the area’s dark past. Nearby in the Léngardhel hills, brigandage is a growing problem, drawn by the gem mining in the region.

But most alarming is the ‘awakening’ of almost all of the Ethereal Zones (Laellyn) in the region, and the growing number of strange sightings, incidents and creatures in the area. The Émhlè rangers and the Laránian Order of the Lion Banner are both increasingly stretched to respond to these issues.

To learn more about Atlas Keléstia TRZN-B2 and to make a purchase, go to:

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June 12, 2017

Malmor is a vathran in Northeastern Ivinia, in the Kingdom of Govyna, situated on Skeltfjord. A thriving and growing community with a strong leader, who uses the wealth of the thran to send boats on seasonal raids. There are 3 maps included here for use with the article. The article contains a color GM Map, a color Common Map and Black and White player map. Maps are generously provided courtesy of Brian Smaller.

by James Johnson

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Hârn Pottage III

November 12, 2016

Part 3 of 4 in the series Harn Pottage

Pottage III continues the fine tradition of bringing excellent supplementary material to the roleplaying community. While the places, people, and adventures contained in this volume are aimed at the world of Hârn, with very little work they could be used in any medieval fantasy campaign. Heck, with just a little more work, they could be used in ANY genre!

Included with artwork by the incomparable Richard Luschek and beautiful maps, the author has once again exceeded all expectations. These 40 pages are roleplaying gold…and free!

by Mike St-Pierre

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As an added bonus, Joe McCallum has made coloured editions of some of the Keep (Fortified Manor House) that appears on pgs 2-5.

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Coranan Additions

February 20, 2016

This 12 page article expands and adds to the city entries for the second edition Coranan article from CGI. Coranan Additions provides new inhabitants of the city tying into the existing articles and offering many new adventure hooks including the Agrikan street war. With villages and layout by Brent Bailey, plus art by Richard Luschek, Coranan Additions is a must have for adventuring in Harn’s largest city.

by Matt Roegner

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October 31, 2015

Part 5 of 5 in the series Fethael

Lethyl is a prosperous, if slightly rustic, Laranian abbey dedicated to Saint Syrele. It is bordered by the dark Kirsta Forest on the northern border of Fethael Hundred. It is two and a half leagues from the town of Getha and the Silver Way. The little abbey has survived a number of assaults during Kaldor’s turbulent hostory, although the village has had to be rebuilt a number of times.

Maps by George Kelln.

by Joe Adams

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October 31, 2015

Stybrin Manor is located on prime river bottomland on the western edge of Kaldor, near Olokand Castle. The newly completed manor house is built on a small rock outcropping and has been under construction for the last 40 years. A medium sized village is clustered around the base of the outcrop, inside a simple wooden palisade.

This is part of the Nelafayn Hundred Project (qv). Maps by Patrick Nilsson and illustrated by Richard Luschek.

by Kerry Mould

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October 31, 2015

Medarsin, a modest manor held by members of Clan Lasvarn, lies next to the Kald River southeast of Olokand. Medarsin Manor is located in a safe and fertile part of Meselynshire away from the frontier. Little merchant traffic passes through the fief, except when a riverboat chooses to stop at the village.

Medarsin is part of the Nelafayn Hundred Project (qv). Maps by Neil Thompson and illustrations by Richard Luschek & Matthias Janssen (heraldry).

by Dan Bell

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October 31, 2015

Iversen is located between Abriel Abbey and the royal castle at Olokand in Meselyne shire in Kaldor.  Located centrally in the shire, this prime manor held by the Laranian church is blessed with quality land, safety from the dangers of the frontier, and reasonable trade and activity along the route between Abriel and Olokand.

This article is part of the Nelafayn Hundred Project (qv). Maps by Patrick Nilsson and illustrations by kind permission of Eric Hotz.

by J. Patrick McDonald

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October 18, 2015

Part 19 of 21 in the series Dark Rethem

Emesa gives its name to the northernmost hundred of Hohnamshire in the Kingdom of Rethem. Temporal power now resides with the Warriors of Mameka but the small town has a rich history.  Its annual Beast Fair sees whale oil from Alesen, and the fruits of the Peran forests, and trades from the Kuboran Moot, exchanged for the finer products of southern civilisation.  Apart from the Beast Fair the south knows little of Emesa, though it’s boast of being the ‘gateway to Peran’ attracts a slow stream of adventurers and fools who believe the wilderness will make them rich. More often it makes them dead.

by Alun Rees

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