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Friday, June 18, 2010

Twelve Tributary Gates of Riskail

This post has been transferred over to the Riskail Blog where the series on Gates, Worlds and Locales of Riskail continues as part of the overall Worldbuilding effort.  If you found the various Riskail-based articles here at Old school Heretic to your liking or interest, please do consider checking out both the Riskail Blog for more Worldbuilding and the Riskail Fiction Blog for more Riskail-centered short stories and vignettes.

5 comments:

  1. Beautiful artwork!

    Kijmool would be fun to visit and spend some time on the cafe balconies watching the storms. :)

    What's the deal with PanQuan that would make one avoid Badjeth?

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  2. Beautiful artwork!

    Kijmool would be fun to visit and spend some time on the cafe balconies watching the storms. :)

    What's the deal with PanQuan that would make one avoid Badjeth?

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  3. Thanks. Just did this one this morning. Before the coffee kicked-in.

    Badjeth is a different kind of swamp in several ways, but like trying to compare Malaysian jungles to Louisiana bayous to Wisconsin marshlands, they have a character all their own. It's a warmer place, and a different kind of tropical, if that makes sense. Mold will grow on a person's skin and gear fast enough to watch it spread.

    The PanQuanese are Expansionist, Imperialist Matriarchal Saurials who have taken great umbrage at having been in any way connected to or derived from anything even remotely human or mammalian. They are powerful, very advanced technologically and completely dominate thousands of worlds on their own terms. They are disinterested in Polite Society and hold themselves apart from what everyone else recognizes as Civilization, and so they are a major competitive Power and Prncipality for players and adventurers to be wary of--these are people whom the Venduu do not trifle with...

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  4. Cool, thanks! I'll stick with visiting Kijmool. :)

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  5. I may just hold you to that when we start out your River Marshall...unless you'd rather begin as a Noob...I know this really pleasant island you could wash-up on...

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