Tag Archives: Demographics

Sample Domain – Tyrvo March & the Tower of Octavius

The wizard’s tower has perched atop a steep hill for centuries. It has served as a home to minor noblemen, bandits, and wild animals in need of shelter. Thirty years ago, the wizard Octavius took up residence and nominal authority … Continue reading

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Minaria – Sephir & the Black Knight

To the south of Muetar is the free city of Sephir, which is defended by the infamous Black Knight from his stronghold known as Stubstaff Keep. Sephir is the largest settlement in the Banished Lands. The soil in this region … Continue reading

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Minarian Demographics – Muetar

Let’s play with the campaign-building rules from ACKS (Chapter 10: Secrets) and make some realms on the map from Divine Right. I’m going to start with Muetar in central Minaria, since it’s the biggest territory and contains the Wind-Swept Downs, … Continue reading

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The Warlock of the Wind-Swept Downs

Before I get to my main topic today, I’ve made some tweaks to the Feathergale domain based on feedback from the Autarch forums. Here’s a revised summary: Feathergale (& Red Larch) Domain Population: 120 urban families, 480 peasant families; Domain … Continue reading

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Sample Domain – Feathergale

I have schemes for an upcoming campaign – something higher-level that uses the ACKS Domains at War rules – and want to come up with some sample stronghold and domains. Back when I was dabbling in D&D 5e, I picked … Continue reading

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Hyperborean Demographics – Gal Hills

Today’s post on Hyperborean demographics focuses on the Gal Hills, homeland of the Keltic peoples. It is described by the AS&SH Hyperborean Gazetteer as follows: These fertile hills and grasslands bloom with heather, sedge, and poppies. Many Keltic towns and … Continue reading

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Hyperborean Demographics – Brigand’s Bay

My third post on Hyperborean demographics will discuss Brigand’s Bay. The AS&SH Hyperborean Gazetteer describes it thusly: This inlet is lined with the petty holdings of thieves, outlaws, and other villainous men. These holdings emerged at the end of the … Continue reading

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