Lothem of TrathiaAge: 48Gender: maleRace: Prime-Human, Elorian Height: 5`5”Weight: 477lbsBuild: heavy (hugely, grotesquely fat)Skin: an unhealthy black-greyish tinged Eye Color: blackClothing: Usually only a terribly sweat stained but well kept white toga-like article and sandals under a similiarly sweat stained white set of thick woolen robes, complete with fetishes and fetch objects, trinkets and baubles and other assorted such “junk”
Recommended Levels: Low (1-7) The multiverse is ruled by the big players... gods, proxies, natural forces, powerful metaphysical concepts such as love, hate... but the average person’s life isn’t always affected by that. Smaller things rule the lives of smaller people: spite, boredom, humor, style... and pettiness. They are not as fundamentally good or evil as many other things, nor are they glamorous and widely known to manifest themselves, but they do manifest themselves, although it most often goes unnoticed.
Recommended Levels: n/a Author’s note: This hook contains spoilers for the Faction War adventure, so unless you have already read it, are going to, or wish to spoil your surprise, you shouldn’t read this.Prologue: It’s that time of year again! Darius, factol of the Sign of One, is holding her annual ball for the high-ups of the city. Everyone’s who’s anyone is invited, including perhaps the player characters.
Recommended Levels: n/a Author: Orri EiríkssonEmail: “He who fights with monsters might take care lest he thereby become a monster. And if you gaze for long into an abyss, the abyss gazes also into you.”
Recommended Levels: n/a Author: Jacob DriscollEmail: - Introduction - The blissful paradise that is Elysium houses a special area within that seems to be made of very specific beliefs...those of children.
Recommended Levels: n/a Author: Orri EiríkssonEmail: players become the main course for an eater. -INTRODUCTION- The brotherhood of belief, also known as the eaters or the hollow, are a rather unique sect whose focus is to feed of the belief of others, including factions (whom they like the taste of) and priests (who were their main course back when they were a part of the Athar).