Fifty years ago, the world of Melior was forcefully introduced to magic during an apocalyptic invasion. Folks are questioning their old traditions and faiths as they struggle to rebuild amidst the new dangers of everyday life.
The continent of Anvil, unsurprisingly, is named after its shape on the Auricentric map. It has a diverse range of climates that are home to many different folks, fauna, and flora.
Small twinned islands situated just off the coast of Anvil, famous for their rare and dwindling exports of menhirwood.
The north western coastline of Meles
The natural border between Kankos and Elmaresh in Anvil.
An ancient and ruined city in the mountains of Korbasa.
The Shards of the Anvil, also known as The Enchanted Isles, are an island chain leading off Anvil's largest peninsula.
A shared mourning tradition to yell in grief.
A settlement in Anvil currently in the process of rebuilding after the violent eruption of Mt. Darvus.
A library lost to fire during the cataclysmic events of The Rupture.
The tallest mountain in Elmaresh, Anvil.
An infamous pirate who escapes every jail she's thrown in.
A large city in Pelkor known for its waterways.
Philosopher of theology turned pirate captain, all because of an infamous painting.
Ruins refurbished into rugged training grounds for rifthounds in Anvil.
A small city in the hills of Anvil, famous for its export of sweet, maisha-rich Upp Dates.
A fort in Anvil used as a death trap for troublesome beasts.
An outcast society relishing in a new lifestyle of self-expression and trust.