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Kingdoms of the Savage Coast

The Kingdoms of Humanity

North of the baronies are a small range of mountains and fertile lands which support large stretches of forest and grasslands. Around these elements rest the nations of Robrenn and Eusdria. Like the baronies, both are dominated by humans, descended from barbarians who migrated into the area from the East. Dwarves also reside in Eusdria in great numbers, and Sylven live in both states. Because these nations have been hurt by the Red Curse, they remain suspicious of Inheritors. Though they would certainly welcome the eradication of the curse, it might prove difficult to motivate them to follow any leadership that includes Inheritors.

The Chronicle of the Curse – by Don Luis de Manzanas


The Kingdoms of The Beasmen

Located in the centre of the Savage Coast, the kingdoms of Renardy and Bellayne are dominated by the furred peoples of the Savage Coast, the dog-like Lupins and the feline Rakastas. The spirit of adventure is present in both races, as are such qualities as nobility and honour. I believe their help would be important in the removal of the Red Curse.

The Chronicle of the Curse – by Don Luis de Manzanas


The Kingdoms of the Lizards

In my homeland and other states of the Southern Savage Coast, the reptilian peoples of the Great Bayou are seldom seen. I have, however, encountered them in various other places and have briefly visited each of their nations. From the diminutive Caymas to the large, vicious Gurrash and the wise Shazaks, the lizard folk present great diversity. I do not know enough about them to judge their reactions to the Red Curse, but I do believe the actual creation of these races might be related to it in some fashion. I would welcome them as a part of my quest if for no other reason than to study them.

The Chronicle of the Curse – by Don Luis de Manzanas


The Kingdom of Secrecy

I am one of the few adventurers to have been allowed-through a clever bit of subterfuge on my part-into the former capital of Herath, Belphemon. When I visited, in the guise of a wizard’s apprentice, the city was magnificent. Tall, gleaming buildings thrust into the sky. Spells of many sorts created light, offered cooling breezes, lifted people to high entrances, and accomplished a myriad of other tasks.
As I understand it, these clever mages have long striven to restrain the Red Curse.
Perhaps they also hold the key to its eventual dissolution.

The Chronicle of the Curse – by Don Luis de Manzanas

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