This is a nice note, and the setting has a nice mixture of the mundane and the fantastic. You laid out the bare bones of county with history, pride, mystery, unorganized power and perhaps a long history of internal strife (assuming the people at the time this writing still remember all this stuff). Are you planning to build on this? Go to Comment
This is fantastic (more people should read it). I am a fan of novel creation myths for the "D&D hetro normal" setting and this is great one. As I can see it you took the typical fantasy cannon-dwarves Dragons an so on-and worked backwards to create this myth. I also like how subtle yet dramatic the value embodied by each " diety" and instrument is, this is really great. I loved the magical song examples. Go to Comment
This is legend. The way it is written feels like a vast adventure is opening up, the challenges and objectives clearly laid out before me. An excellent, excellent creation myth and world feel. The powers have clear applications in addition to flavor. I love the synergy between pairs of instruments given by the songs of creation. This is an entire world wrapped in one post. Go to Comment
I like the tone and presentation, and it has a very mythical magical feeling to it. Like Val says, the details of the bow itself do not matter, it could be nothing more than a plain bow from a fortuitous source or a mythic powered item of exceptional ability. Go to Comment
The cliff-hunters ride sheer-stalkers vertically down the cliff faces to reach the nests of birds and steal their eggs for sport. Sheer-stalkers are vicious agile lizards about the size of large komodo dragons. They must be muzzled and harnessed, but even so there have been some nasty incidents...