The Wanderers

About 500 years ago, while the world was yet reeling from the Great War, the Wanderers were formed in the city of Borden to help bring the people together again. They became known as saviors and heroes as they brought news, recovered old technology, and comforted people with hope for a greater good in a dark time. Now, the Wanderers still do much of the same, but as the lands have become less dangerous, they have started exploring deeper and deeper into the darker places of Uteria, bringing back horrifying tales and strange magical artifacts.


The Wanderer’s Coin

The Wanderer’s Coin

When a person is accepted into the Wanderers they receive the Wanderer’s Coin. This is shown at any Wanderer Guildhouse to gain access to a warm meal and a place to sleep.


The Watchers are Archeons who work with Eredar to watch over the Otari of the Tower. 

From the tome of the Arts:

The magic users of Uteria are watched over by the Archeons, or more commonly called; the Watchers. After the war against the Warlock King, Olaekin Baleband, the last of the wizards who served the United Kingdoms (Aradan, Norhand, and Endamas) formed the Council and began to put forth rules to try and stop the wide use of ruinous magic. The formed the Archeons and trained them in ways to stop magic. Over the 700 years since the end of that war, the Archeons have become quite powerful, not just traveling the lands, but also keeping an eye over all the tower to make sure none begin to use forbidden magic. There are many different factions of Archeons, those who travel the lands hunting Nulthari (The Hunters, called witch hunters by commoners), those who keep an eye over those in Eredar (the Order of the Tower), and those who pair up with an Otari wizard as a guardian and partner (The Keepers).

They have the ability to nullify magic, as well as cut a person off from the energies around them. This takes a great amount of power, and often it takes many Archeons to take down a powerful Nulthari, and even more to permanently pacify a Nulthari.



The Westlands

All lands west of the Swordspyne Mountains are commonly referred to as the Westlands. In the days of old it was part of the Endamas Kingdom, though after the Great War it has become a land of independent principalities.


Uteria Regions

Cities of Note:

  • Bordon
  • Ferryport
  • Garaden
  • Jaeldor
  • Vale

Wood’s Tap

Wood’s Tap is a small tavern outside of Ferryport.


Physical Description: Tall (7’), wide set angled eyes, dark hair, thin but muscular.

Personality: Serious.