Category Archives: Worldbuilding

Culture Composites: Gejara

Even though the Imperial Heartlands culture composites are just one step from finished, I’ve decided to pass beyond the borders to write up the independent nation of Gejara instead.  The last Imperial province, after all, is Daecia and the Palace…

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Culture Composites: Averogne

Second-to-last of the Imperial provinces and protectorates is this quiet little place, sited in the shadow of the Rift and a vassal of the Empire for decades before the Empire invaded any other western territory.  Averogne yielded easily to the … Continue reading

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Culture Composites: Muria

Continuing the Culture Composites series, this will be a short one!  And require the use of a rather haphazard map.  The target this time is Muria, the hidden homeland of the silver elementals (or Muriae) and their Primordial, Brancir.  Muria … Continue reading

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Culture Composites: Darronwy

Six years later, I return to the Culture Composites series!  I’d always planned to make more, I just…never did. With this installment, we’re only one step away from finishing up all the Risen Phoenix Empire’s vassal provinces and protectorates.  Darronwy … Continue reading

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Realm Pages

Just a heads-up for anyone interested in more world-building content! I’ve started making pages for the various realms of the War of Memory world (aka Halci).  Right now I have a master page up that explains the divisions and concepts, … Continue reading

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Book 4 Cover — Complete!

Through stresses untold and crashes unnumbered, we have fought our way here to the print cover–  Ahem. First, the card:

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Book 4 Cover Process #3

Previously, on Cover Process #2: Now…

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