Evras

42th year of the Briar Cycle

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Old Gods once stalked the world, carving, bending, moulding it to suit their desires as they dallied and warred across the plains and oceans of Evras.   Millennia have passed, the gods are no more than a vague memory. The people of Evras live and carve an existence out of the ruins of forgotten giants. Towering structures, massive expansions, Doom engines and the wasted remains of wars that scarred the grounds where they were fought, cursing them with a blight that lasts to present day.

One continent survives, the people shaping their lives around the meagre dregs of magic left over by the fading gods. But things are about to change. Magic is hidden in places long forgotten and there are those out there looking to snatch power from the few souls who possess it by all means necessary.

Followers ( 10 )

Industrial
Industrial

I came, I gamed, I never really got around to leaving...

Xanthuss
XanthussMarduk

I'm an Australian gay nerd who loves fiction, sometimes a little too much. I love to worldbuild, write and I'm learning to draw. I occupy my time with binge watching new shows, following fandoms, games and writing.

Jake Hoyer
hoyer1066

Novice worldbuilder trying to find a productive outlet for hours spent on internet spirals into history, stories, science, heraldry, geography, anthropology, linguistics, etc. Started by just thinking up a world for a map a drew when bored, it's now

Koray Birenheide
IsaNite

Hello there ^-^ My name is Koray, I'm a long time writer and roleplayer. I use World Anvil to manage the world for my fantasy novel "Aqualon, Rise of the Broken" as well as my largest D&D campaign setting (based on Forgotten Realms and

Ademal
Ademal

I am a professional software developer, 2-bit author, and aspiring artist using World Anvil to create a centralized Lore and Mechanics Codex for my ongoing project, a pen-and-paper Grimbright Sci-fantasy RPG set in the distant future. There are over 20 ra