Wizard Kings of Fornax

Inspired by the following posts: Cosmic Orrery for the original idea, Spiceomancy for the format, and Nothic’s Eye for another example. This was supposed to be a short post, but I love worldbuilding and especially talking about wizards. What a… Read More ›

Another Three Things

Root People The passages to undeath are many – to some, this is a reminder that nothing taken from the world can go without returning to it. Our bodies are not our own; burial is a delusion of the rich,… Read More ›

Three Things for the Road

Roadwarps As is well known, traveling roads can be dangerous. Many travelers embark upon the pathways of the world, and fewer return. Those that don’t are assumed murdered by bandits or monsters. However, they sometimes reappear after a few months… Read More ›

Three More Things

Catdog An abomination, yet another creation of wizards. No one is quite sure what the hell they were thinking when they made them, as they aren’t obedient, cute, or loyal like other crossbreeds. They delight in treachery, are horrific to… Read More ›

Three Tiny Peoples

Pemunculi Pemunculi are the cast offs of wizards, who often create them to serve as familiars. Their utility in this regard is their lack of any negative corollaries in their creation, nigh indestructibility, and low cost. The pemunculi are composed… Read More ›

Three Cancerous Curses

Hemanthron A creation of ferronics, itself an offshoot of the art of bloodworks. The cursed is clad in iron, which is beaten into their skin. This process can be as violent as it sounds, or so gentle that it never… Read More ›

Three Sorts of People

TW: some gore Cosmite Virgin births are not a terribly rare occurrence on the ring, and generally result from the movement of planets or other celestial bodies. In fact, the astromancers of Starhome can predict such occurrences with their usual… Read More ›

Three Phenomena in Nature

Spontaneous Driftwood Palaces They form on the banks of cloudy, forested rivers, and are all but guaranteed at oxbows. The structures rarely reach a man’s height, the name is derived from the great and growing example on the bend of… Read More ›

Godkeeper City-States

Inspiration from this post. Humans will worship anything, if it’s big or powerful enough. Humans throughout history have worshipped dragons, spirits of nature, and large orange masses of undifferentiated tissue. Humans themselves have ascended to a sort of godhood, either… Read More ›