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The Theran Empire

Produkttyp: Quellenmaterial ¸ Buch mit 184 Seiten für [Earthdawn]

Sprache: Englisch

Verlag: FASA *

Preis: unbekannt

Erstveröffentlichung: 1997

Rezension: keine vorhanden

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Info-Text:
Since the end of the scourge¸ Thera has slowly but surely reclaimed many of the far-flung lands it once ruled and remains the greatest power in the world of Earthdawn. This sourcebook lets players roam throughout Earthdawns mightiest realm. It describes the island city of Thera from which the Empire sprang¸ as well as five Imperial provinces with an assortment of unusual cultures¸ new types of magic¸ and new creatures and races. 8 color plates¸ 50 b&w illustrations.
Great Thera stands at the heart of a far-flung empire full of strange customs¸ awe-inspiring beauty¸ and great intrigue. Travelers through these provinces mus be wary of Theras influence¸ but even greater dangers lie in the unfamiliar creatures and people native to these lands.
* In Creana¸ magical¸ multicolored shifting sand constantly changes the shape of the province¸ killing the unwary traveler in a land where dragons dare not go.
* In Talea¸ a strange¸ unborn god rules the lawgivers¸ who compete among themselves for the favor of their Passion and the loyalty of the people.
* In Indrisa¸ fierce¸ multi-armed demons do the bidding of righteous Passions.
* In Marac¸ gleaming cities of brass symbolize the pride of a people that use the Horrors themselves in an ongoing war against Theran domination.
* In Vasgothia¸ remnants of a war between Passions and Horrors lie scattered throughout the deep forest¸ protected by a people constantly reborn in the image of their ancestors.

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