Tag: Sorcerer-Monarchs

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  • Abalach-Re

    For the most distant memories of countless generations Abalach-Re was the “Grand Vizier” of the city-state of Raam. She ruled with a certain indolent neglect that was widely interpreted as incompetence. For centuries, Raam teetered at the very edge of …

  • Shadow King

    Nibenay spends centuries at a stretch deeply secluded with his esoteric studies. His Templar-wives scour Athas for strange artifacts and arcane secrets which he hoards and pores over. His city was, until recently, left almost entirely in the hands of …

  • Dregoth

    Dregoth was once the sorcerer-king of a mighty city-state called Giustenal on the shores of the Sea of Silt northeast of the Ivory Triangle and southeast of Raam. Of all the sorcerer-kings, he was perhaps the most powerful… or at least the most dangerous. …

  • Tectuktitlay

    According to the story told by the moon priests, the moons Ral and Guthay pitied the world and gave to it their son, a god in mortal flesh named Tectuktitlay. The god led his chosen people out of suffering and to a new home. With a word, he repaired the …

  • Hamanu

    Hamanu, the Lion of Urik, takes an active and dedicated hand in the administration of his highly-militarized city. His laws are sweeping and draconian, but have utterly obliterated street crime. His military mind and highly-trained armies are feared …

  • Andropinis

    The Dictator of Balic claims to have been elected to his position some seven centuries ago. Since the role of Dictator is “elected for life,” he is likely to be there for many centuries to come. Some Balican nobles privately doubt the official story, …