Loremaster Aemon by artbreeder
The World is Kelios
The Continent of Kelldoria
The main focus is on the Continent of Kelldoria, which is a Great landmass that is thousands upon thousands of miles in size. In the north the conditions are harsh upon the wind-swept tundra. Across the Narrow Sea to the east, burning hot deserts cover most of the ever expanding Talosian Empire. South of Talosia, beyond the mountains, the Emidian army stand-watch for the Talosian legions to cross the border through the mountain passes. Beyond the grassland plains, and rolling hills of Zamoria, the steppes rise ever east. Nomadic Tribes roam the steppes and guard the passes of the mountains where the eastern frontier begins.
The Northern Wastes (The Savage North)
At the top of the world are The Northern Wastes, a harsh environment of wind-swept Tundra, Deep Boreal Forests, Freezing cold Rivers and Lakes, Snow capped Mountain Ranges and High Mountain Peaks.
People of The Northern Wastes are Nomadic and Tribal, roaming the open plains following the herds of migrating Elk, and Deer, Hunting within the foothills and deep forests for Bear, Boar, Fox, and Wolf for meat and animal skins (fur and hide), or fishing the rivers, and lakes for freshwater fish, or the coastal areas for saltwater fish and other marine life, such as Seals, Walrus, and even Whales.
The Three Kingdoms
The Kingdoms of Elosia, Pelosia and Gondonia make Central Kelldoria's Heartland along with the Fallen Empire of Thentia and the once Slave Nation of Thracia.
Across the Narrow Sea is the ever expanding Talosian Empire.
What to Expect in Kelldoria
Kelldoria is a world of fire breathing Dragons
, The wall shattering Giants of The Ordning
, The blood thirsty Gnolls
, The honourable Dragonborn
, The spellbinding Elven
races, The stubborn Dwarven
races, The short-lived Human
race, The diplomatic Half-Elven
race, The accepted Half-Orc
, The cowardly Goblin
, The mountain dwelling Goliath
, The cursed Kenku
, The secretive Genasi
, The fantastically inventive Gnome
, and of course, not forgetting the homely Halfling