History TabletopGame / ScarredLands

11th Jul '16 2:37:23 PM MasterNecromancer
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* HomosexualReproduction: The god Enkili is the result of a sexual union between two female titans, Lethene and Gulaben.
14th Jan '16 8:08:54 AM Doug86
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* {{Expy}}: Erias, the demigod of dreams, is quite similar in both looks and personality to Dream/Morpheus from [[NeilGaiman Neil Gaiman's]] [[ComicBook/TheSandman Sandman comics]].

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* {{Expy}}: Erias, the demigod of dreams, is quite similar in both looks and personality to Dream/Morpheus from [[NeilGaiman Neil Gaiman's]] Creator/NeilGaiman's [[ComicBook/TheSandman Sandman comics]].
9th Jan '16 8:00:46 AM narm00
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A campaign setting for TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons 3.5, published by Creator/WhiteWolf under their Swords and Sorcery imprint. In 2013, Onyx Path Publishing and Nocturnal Media -- both run by White Wolf alumni -- bought the Scarred Lands rights, with plans to reimagine the setting and system.

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A campaign setting for TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons 3.5, published by Creator/WhiteWolf under their Swords and Sorcery imprint. In 2013, Onyx Path Publishing and Nocturnal Media -- both run by White Wolf alumni -- bought the Scarred Lands rights, with plans to reimagine the setting and system.
system. In January 2016, they ran [[https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1861515217/scarred-landsfrpg-setting-in-both-5e-and-pathfinde a Kickstarter]] for print versions of the new Player's Guide for TabletopGame/{{Pathfinder}} and D&D 5e.
15th Nov '15 3:23:58 PM MasterNecromancer
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* {{Expy}}: Erias, the demigod of dreams, is quite similar in both looks and personality to Dream/Morpheus from [[NeilGaiman Neil Gaiman's]] Sandman comics.

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* {{Expy}}: Erias, the demigod of dreams, is quite similar in both looks and personality to Dream/Morpheus from [[NeilGaiman Neil Gaiman's]] [[ComicBook/TheSandman Sandman comics.comics]].
15th Nov '15 3:20:21 PM MasterNecromancer
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* DreamLand: A plane called the Dreamlands, ruled by the demi-god of dreams Erias. The main location of his mortal worshippers, the Drifting Isle, is also influenced by dreams. [[spoiler: Blood Bayou is also revealed to be a dream land, which is why reality keeps shifting there.]]

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* DreamLand: A plane called the Dreamlands, ruled by the demi-god demigod of dreams Erias. The main location of his mortal worshippers, the Drifting Isle, is also influenced by dreams. [[spoiler: Blood Bayou is also revealed to be a dream land, which is why reality keeps shifting there.]]


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* {{Expy}}: Erias, the demigod of dreams, is quite similar in both looks and personality to Dream/Morpheus from [[NeilGaiman Neil Gaiman's]] Sandman comics.
18th Oct '15 2:26:16 PM MasterNecromancer
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* PowerTattoo: Tattoo magic (introduced in the Relics and Rituals sourcebooks) allows useful tattoos to be implanted into the user's skin and activated as needed. They include Chardun's Might (+4 to Strength and Dexterity), Coreans' Forge (Stoneskin spell on user) and Dragon (gain a dragon's breath weapon attack).
4th Jul '15 9:47:42 AM MasterNecromancer
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* EvilOverlord: Chardun is the patron god of evil overlords. The main mortal example is King Virduk, ruler of Calastia and quite possibly the most dangerous man on Ghelspad.



* EvilOverlord: Chardun is the god of evil overlords. The main mortal example is King Virduk, ruler of Calastia and quite possibly the most dangerous man on Ghelspad.



* GodsNeedPrayerBadly: The big difference between Gods and Titans. Also a main motivation for most of the major conflicts in the world, from the Titanswar itself to the powerhunger of the evil Gods: They need worship just as much as the good Gods do, but mortals are more inclined to worship the good Gods since these have more positive energy (healing, blessings et cetera) to offer.

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* GodsNeedPrayerBadly: The big difference between Gods and Titans. Also a main motivation for most of the major conflicts in the world, from the Titanswar itself to the powerhunger of the evil Gods: They need worship just as much as the good Gods do, but mortals are more inclined to worship the good Gods since these have more positive energy (healing, blessings et cetera) (healings, blessings, etc.) to offer.



* {{Plaguemaster}}: Chern, of course. His sorcerers and druids as well. Vangal, as the son of Chern, is the god of pestilence. However, his prefered method of killing is a bit less... subtle.

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* {{Plaguemaster}}: Chern, of course. His sorcerers and druids as well. Vangal, as the son of Chern, is the god of pestilence. However, his prefered preferred method of killing is a bit less... subtle.



* SuddenlySober: There's a low level spell that allows you to do this. Sometimes, young sorcerers will instinctivly cast it on a drunken parent.
* {{Unperson}}: You may be asking yourself why the setting doesn't technically have a god of neutrality. Well, it did. His name was Urkanthus (son of Denev and Thulkas), and he was the only god who objected to the Divine War, foreseeing the damage it would cause. While most of the gods were willing to continue the debate, the evil gods... weren't. After murdering him, they destroyed his writings, his temples and all memories of him. This was also the fate of Gulaben, because her pleasure inducing powers would've been too tempting for others to try to release her.

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* SuddenlySober: There's a low level spell that allows you to do this. Sometimes, young sorcerers will instinctivly instinctively cast it on a drunken parent.
* {{Unperson}}: You may be asking yourself why the setting doesn't technically have a god of neutrality. Well, it did. His name was Urkanthus (son of Denev and Thulkas), and he was the only god who objected to the Divine War, foreseeing the damage it would cause. While most of the gods were willing to continue the debate, the evil gods... weren't. After murdering him, they destroyed his writings, his temples and all memories of him. This was also the fate of Gulaben, because her pleasure inducing pleasure-inducing powers would've been too tempting for others to try to release her.



* ViceCity: Shelzar, the aptly named City of Sins.



* ViceCity: Shelzar, the aptly named City of Sins.



* WickedWitch: Belsameth has the general appearance in her favored form. Note the word "favored"; she's actually Madriel's [[EvilTwin identical twin]], and thus actually a HotWitch. She, however, hates her sister with a passion and only takes her true form if she thinks there's a large gain she can get from it.

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* WickedWitch: Belsameth has the this general appearance in her favored form. Note the word "favored"; she's actually Madriel's [[EvilTwin identical twin]], and thus actually a HotWitch. She, however, hates her sister with a passion and only takes her true form if she thinks there's a large gain she can get from it.
13th Jun '15 4:37:20 AM LahmacunKebab
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* {{Unperson}}: You may be asking yourself why the setting doesn't technically have a god of neutrality. Well, it did. His name was Urkanthus (son of Denev and Thulkas), and he was the only god who objected to the Divine War, foreseeing the damage it would cause. While most of the gods were willing to continue the debate, the evil gods...weren't. After murdering him, they destroyed his writings, his temples and all memories of him. This was also the fate of Gulaben, because her pleasure inducing powers would've been too tempting for others to try to release her.

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* {{Unperson}}: You may be asking yourself why the setting doesn't technically have a god of neutrality. Well, it did. His name was Urkanthus (son of Denev and Thulkas), and he was the only god who objected to the Divine War, foreseeing the damage it would cause. While most of the gods were willing to continue the debate, the evil gods... weren't. After murdering him, they destroyed his writings, his temples and all memories of him. This was also the fate of Gulaben, because her pleasure inducing powers would've been too tempting for others to try to release her.
13th Jun '15 4:36:48 AM LahmacunKebab
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* TheStarscream: One of the villains is a being called Momus, AKA The Jack Of Tears, who rules over his own part of the world. He has four lieutenants, and all but one of them is planning to usurp him and betray each other. Mormus's well aware of this, but he lets them continue their machinations just because it amuses him.

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* TheStarscream: One of the villains is a being called Momus, AKA The Jack Of Tears, who rules over his own part of the world. He has four lieutenants, and all but one of them is planning to usurp him and betray each other. Mormus's Momus's well aware of this, but he lets them continue their machinations just because it amuses him.
13th Jun '15 4:35:16 AM LahmacunKebab
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* {{Plaguemaster}}: Chern, of course. His sorcerers and druids as well. Vangal, as the son of Chern, is the god of pestilence. However, his prefered method of killing is a bit less...subtle.

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* {{Plaguemaster}}: Chern, of course. His sorcerers and druids as well. Vangal, as the son of Chern, is the god of pestilence. However, his prefered method of killing is a bit less... subtle.
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