The Ky’iish are greatly advanced in the arts of magic and created many strange and powerful materials and items. Some of their weapons were the most formidible artifacts found on Neyathis, dwarfing both physically and magically virtually all the works of man.
The Big Picture of the World of Nyathis, for the time being…
A list of freshwater creature encounters.
Drawn out from the scrolls in The Unseen Fortress..
The Caretakers of the Vast City - Stoneholt, a race of great skill, persistence, and antiquity…
A city large enough to contain kingdoms.
"You may have wondered what lead me down this path? It was the simple observation I made while escavating the tomb of an ancient chieftan If only these bones could talk…"
From the personal account of Meridah Onware, in discussion with Professor Siana Tamar.
Yet another use for the ubiquitous Iron Spike.
Swords are deliverers of death to the living. This one offers something more to those already dead…
A simple mission for a Dragon, but of course, nothing is ever simple with Dragons.
The Wands were created by the Aldruku as a weapon to finally destroy their Nyorian enemies.
Now was to be the Third such invasion, and who knows who would be writing the records….
A fine chessboard indeed, but do not dwell overlong on your moves…
Kingdoms tied by the bonds of blood and war
The SSL-30 is considered a weapon of last resort. It was built to provide some defence, at any cost, against orbital units including starships and satellites.
A quiet little world, threatened by a war that had never touched it.
A useful magical metal with a dynamic nature.
Given the difference between fantasy and sci fie subs, I am proposing a voluntary Rating system
The initial use of Nanofoam Ordinance on large scale was clearly credited to the Army of Redemption, the militaristic offshoot of the Salvation Army. Though unafraid of using military force to address wrongdoing in the colonies, the AIR is always looking for less-lethal weapons.
Along the sluggish Vanne River, the banks are lined with thick stands of tall bulrushes. These areas of wetland are considered ill-omened by the locals, for they hide the skeletal remains of thousands of grazing animals, washed downriver in a terrible flood decades before.
Adding to the uncanny reputation of the place is the occasional undead cow or goat that lurks there. The product of a necromancer's experiments some years before, these relatively harmless undead wander the area at night, startling livestock as they attempt to graze with them.