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  • Marsh Fever

    [[Marsh Fever]] caused by protozoan parasites and spread by mosquitoes and [[Stirges]] The bark of certain small trees in the [[Darkwood Vale]] area can be boiled into a tea, (rich in Quinine) that can act as a cure. The disease is known amongst the …

  • Maruda

    Maruda (female human) Lesser Goddess of the cycles of Death, Birth, and the Changing Seasons. Goddess of Agriculture. Holy Symbol: Alignment: Neutral Domain: Death, War, Weapon: sickle (also bill, flail) Name of Cult: the Warrior's …

  • Gorm

    Lesser god of War, Lightning and Justice Holy Symbol Alignment Lawful Neutral Domains: War, Law, Weapon: Spear (also Dart, Javelin) Name of Cult: the Brotherhood of Gorm Description: pictured with blue skin; followers are all male …

  • Usamigris

    Also Usamigaras (male human) Intermediate God of healing, messengers, and thieves. Holy Symbol: a silver pentagram (also silver and rainbows) Alignment Domains: Trickery, Travel, Healing, Luck, Air, Mind Weapon: Staff, Dagger Name of …

  • Gilgelal

    Gilgelal (Male Human) the Drowned Lord; Lord of Brutality, Prince of Pirates lesser god of Piracy, Rapine, and Brutality; Patron of poisoners Holy Symbol: Baracuda; skull & crossbones Alignment: Chaotic Evil (some Lawful tendencies) Domains: …

  • Erishkigal

    Erishkigal – the Raven Queen “Mistress of the Underworld and Goddess of Death” Greater Goddess of Death, Winter, Fate, (Resurrection and Undeath) Holy Symbol: Skull before a sevenfold gate on one side, a beautiful woman on a stone throne opposite. …

  • Breeder

    A derogatory term, generally pertaining to humans, but in a more general sense, to any of the short lived, fast breeding races such as Orcs, Goblins, and other humanoids. A somewhat less offensive term, reserved generally for humans amongs Alusian …

  • Age of Chains

    The period of the [[Lloroi Imperium]]'s expansion into [[Castafon]] and the subsequent exploitation and slavery of it's inhabitants, most particularly the [[dwarf]]s. More generally, a period - beginning some 1900 years ago - during which the other …

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