Tag: Marchlandes

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  • Ageutia

    The primary city of the Marchlandes and, as the seat of the March-meet which begins each year on November 1st, the de facto capital. It is currently facing tensions within …

  • Atitia

    !http://cdn.obsidianportal.com/assets/54316/atitia2.png(Atitia2)! A fortress on the Borderlands, with the Eora Gap to the west, and Barbarism beyond that. It is the most important weapon manufactory in the western Marchlandes, operated by dwarves …

  • Skygar

    !http://cdn.obsidianportal.com/assets/54317/skygar.png(Skygar)! A dwarf-city leagues to the north and east in the mountainous East Wall, Skygarders traveling abroad can be recognized by either fur caps or cloaks made of pean, the symbol of Skygar. …

  • Oeft

    !http://cdn.obsidianportal.com/assets/54320/oeft.png(Oeft)! A [[Dwarves|dwarf-city]] leagues to the north along the River Dans in the mountainous Mid Wall, from which [[:dagrin]] comes. In the Oeftine-Dwarven language, Oeft means "Fat Castle." …

  • History

    !http://cdn.obsidianportal.com/assets/54221/his.jpg(His)! Years are marked as Res, which stands for Restoration, referencing the restoration of a continuous written history following the destruction of all written records. There's no standardized …

  • Battle of the Black Banners

    The major turning point in the [[History]] of the Marchlandes during the first invasion of the orcs, fought on June 4th, 107Res. Following a major defeat by the combined armies of the Marchlandes at the Battle of the Black Banners, the orcs were …

  • Fire of Reason

    Perhaps the single most important event in [[History]], which took place on October 1st, 1Res. The Fire of Reason, called the Fire of Vanities in Ardune, was a decree from the King of Ardune (whose name is deliberately not recorded in the Marchlandes) …

  • Lowmoor

    So named for its long, gently sloping hills, the Lowmoor is divided by [[Hoort|a series of volcanoes]] from the rugged [[Highmoor]]. Though desolate by any rural farming standards, it has largely been tamed and transformed by shepherds and orchard …