The Names of the Plague Demons

– Discovered by Thomas Fitzroy Cholmondeley Smythe, amongst others, at the Convocation of the Guilds, 1100. The True Names, found inscribed on their thrones, of the Plague Demons: The Demon of the Mind, otherwise known as Gibberack, is called ‘Insanmortelth-Abin-El’. The Demon of the Body, otherwise known as Maladius, is called ‘Malekazent-Abin-El’. The Demon of…

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A journey back through time, carried out around the time of the First Moot, 1099

– From the archives of the Bards Guild, written by Bedo of Madoc McYokel, at the request of Robyn, so that the knowledge gained be not lost. Participants in the journey :- Robyn, Oonagh, Jinx, Seris and Draego. The journey involved travel from a transport circle to another, then via a ritual circle where there…

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Words from the Elven Alliance on Plague Demons

-Told by Thomas Fitzroy Cholmondeley Smythe, during the Gathering 1100. The Old College of Light visited the Unseen Court from the past. They told of an Avatar of Vengeance, a Plague Demon in three parts, Maladius (Body), Gibberack (Mind) and Soul. These three entities, if they combine, become a vastly powerful force in the cataclysm….

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The Release of Maladius at the First Moot 1099

-Tale by Falcon, 23 rd March 1100 I must advise you to show the utmost caution when facing the demon. I know him as Maladius, Master of Plagues, and he is one of the most powerful of the plague demons. Overshadowing the terrible who we brought down at the Convocation of the Guilds. The story…

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Study of the Conclave, Gathering 1105

Over the last few years a threat has been stirring within the shadows of Erdreja, an ancient power that is focussed to one foal, that of the induction of the Cataclysm upon Erdreja. It is their intent to wipe clean the slate of existence whilst protecting their own number and then reforming the world anew…

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Caer Pendrinn

Stronghold of a King Caer Pendrinn has been a fortified stronghold since the fall of the Empire around 500 A.F., when it was constructed by Mark, duke of Cornwall. For the next twenty-five years Cornwall was ruled from Caer Pendrinn as an independent kingdom, during which time Mark took Igraine, only daughter of the Pendrinn,…

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Cornish Economics and Culture

The Wreckers On any tempestuous coastline, there will be those who make their living by salvaging what they find day to day washed up. Flotsam and jetsam provide them with saleable goods, or sometimes, there will be a major storm, and a whole ship will be washed ashore and before the local lord’s men get…

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Cornish Folk

Leri Penhaligon Born Lerianneth Constantine, the only daughter of the late Henry Constantine, Baron of Cornwall under the Lions. Leri was brought up in Pendrinn in the southernmost part of Cornish Albion, and became her father’s chatelaine at the age of fourteen, following the early death of her mother Angharad in defence of their casle…

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On the Execution of Isaac Hulce

It pains me to acknowledge, for the first time, as I pen these words, that I Lucan Bathroy, with my peers Cara Corvidae and Theo D’Arby, passed the ruling of Treason, and sentence of execution, upon Isaac Hulce. But my pain in the acknowledgement does not reflect my stalwart adherence to the sentence passed. The…

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After action report: Chester 1117

~ Dain Stormcrow I was in the lead transport group, sixteen brave Albione warriors going to defend Chester. The cannibals were closing in and the garrison and walls would not be enough unless assistance arrived quickly. As we waited in the circle I saw the determination of those around me and was pleased to see…

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