The Legion is a multinational neutral fighting force built to protect all Cathedrans from the threat of the Rendlings, but the organization harbors a dark secret.
The dead god of Victory, locked in an endless war against his own body
Catalurgy is magic -- powered by Ichor, the blood of old dead gods. Ichor comes in 3 variants, causing 3 specializations of Catalurgy: Genesists, Transmutists, and Aurists.
A harrowing first person example of a Catalurgist-to-be receiving their first dose of Ichor into their body.
A deadly disease affecting the most common type of Catalurgist; it forces them to re-experience all their past physica trauma, as old wounds and past injuries open and occur once more.
When a Catalurgist does magic, Burn occurs. If they do this too long, attempt too much at once, or try something beyond their natural limits, this Burn may lead to Burnout.
When a Catalurgist pushes too hard and burns out, the Ash Halls are here to provide end of life care and ease their passing.
A simple journal, perfectly understood by the Transmutist that holds it -- they can then use Catalurgy to write within the journal simply by thinking, and changing the contents within.
An overview of the gigantic beings that were once the gods of Cathedris; now reduced to broken husks that mindlessly wander and destroy.
The formor god of creation, light of inspiration, the sun god. Qur is broken -- he was one of the last gods to die, and suffered the same Husk-state as the rest. Now trapped forever in a frenzied loop of aimless construction and demolition.
A great, unfinished, and accursed tower built by Rak'tos and T'kalia long ago. Houses knowledge and information from across all ages -- its interior is twisted and warped, and time flows strangely inside.
The first of all 14 gods to be killed -- the only one left in space. He'an has remained in stable orbit as the planet's moon for 3000 years, since they were put there by whomever killed them.
A massive coastal city bearing the same name as the country it belongs to, spanning over 600 square kilometers. The city of Russin has existed in the same location for over 3,000 years -- it has ancient history built into its very foundations.
The Chau were traditionally a migratory people -- but eventually, they settled near the river Honnun, which goes through incredible flooding seasons. Thus the Chau are a people of two cities -- Malun, and Chaujun.
The tale of Togae Ro; how he became the voice of the dying, the singer of life stories.
A dramatized retelling of the short, brutal war, that ended the gods and nearly killed all life on the planet
Rumour has it that the Legion are attempting to construct a new god -- an artificial being under their control. How are they attempting to do this, and what evidence exists to prove it?