(core) - The large people of the "wilderness" outside "civilization" and walk with forgotten hints of pride.
(core) People with one elven parent and one non-elven parent. Generally Humans, but could include Orcs.
(core) The mechanical species as they have been created by the people of Theydim.
(core) Events that have or may involve Theydim.
(core) The Thydian deity of Healing, History, and Music.
(core) Thydian deity of Ambition, Strategy, and Trade
(core) The collective policies and traditions of the Five Cities and how they as a gathered whole interact with other governments
(core) The deities worshiped in the region of Theydim. In myths and legend, Saint Antral supposedly restored them as she overthrew the Adrakian Empire's dragon-gods.
(core) The Thydian deity of Justice, reconstruction, and negotiations
(core) The family of and around the High King of Theydim.
(core) The government of the unified Arlings - self-governing states - of the Theydim region.
(core) Thydian Deity of Law, Honor, and the roles of adults in society.
(core)One of the Twin Cities, a former capital of the Adrakian Empire, and now one of the capital cities of Capital Arling.
(core) The Forged who originate from the Five Cities region.
(core) The place where the people from Theydim generally believe they will go towards when it is time for die. WIP
(core) The mountain range along the western coast of Soplas and Supercontinent A.
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Name: Ashlee Alternative Names: A.G. (used on my artwork)
I'm mostly building Soplas, which is a Setting on the world of Corive, but I greatly enjoy "throwing spaghetti around to see what sticks on the walls," as I call it (I think I stole it from somewhere else?) to help not only other people with their ideas, but start moving things around in my own ideas again.
World Building/Lore Crafting, Character designing or "Alternative Interpretations Of Characters, Please Stop Doing That Lyraine!"
Blinks Just one book? How about series?
Star Wars [Old Expanded Universe, RIP],
Theirs Is Not To Reason Why,
Issac Asimov, Tamora Pierce, Tolkien, C.S. Lewis, Anne McCaffery, Mercedes Lackey
Star Wars: The Old Republic
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic (I and II: Sith Lords)
Final Fantasy IV, IX, XIV
World of Warcraft
The Elder Scrolls: III, IV, V
Magic: The Gathering
Dungeons and Dragons
Raine Alexander, a Half-Elf that grew up traveling the world with her merchant father, became one of the most renowned tour or travel guides in Isekai since the days before the Eldritch War.
Chromatic Dragonkin are the descendents of one of the Elder Races and a Chromatic Dragon. Their unique heritage allows them to walk amongst all manner of people and creatures, but their scales can bring judgement as easily as it can bring acceptance.
The Temple of Sea, hidden by the waves of Caspian's deep ocean, serves as not only home, but as a gateway between realms. Entering the gateway in the temple will lead one to the home of the Sphinxes, exiting into the Water Temple in the Southern Library.
The Temple Graveyard serves as the gate from the Southern Library to the Necropolis, the realm of the God of Gravestones Lok. Its blackened pillars and marble halls echo empty, but the gateway leads to somewhere that all souls will be respected.
Grasping perils from the sky, these rare predators are believed to come down from the very stars to hunt.