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Mutable Realms, Inc.
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New Creature & Lore

Posted by Craig McGregor on Sep 08, 2004  | Comments

New Creature & Lore -

We have a couple updates on the Wish site today.  First, we have the addition of the "Wyvern" to the bestiary:

"The wyvern is a much smaller cousin of the true dragon, but it is quite formidable. Its scales are steely-hard and its jaws powerful enough to snap clean through the trunk of a sapling. They lack the forelimbs of a typical dragon species, preferring to attack with their taloned feet and a swift bite. Wyverns are at the top of their food chain and usually hunt herd animals in small groups. Wise farmers will keep their livestock locked up at night."

Then we have a new piece of lore called "The Great Divide".  Here is a snippet of that:

In the latter part of the of the Age of Strife, the Three Rivers War between the dwarves of Cladash and the cyclopes of Markadon slowly petered out after many decades of conflict. The war had weakened both sides, although the dwarves, with its resources divided between Cladash and the Karthad colony, suffered more.

In AS 776, King Irrock rode all the way north across the tundra to Krushok Meir and presented a peace treaty to the Grand Chieftain of the time, Lordessa the Bold. Impressed with the honor, bravery and tenacity of the dwarves, she accepted the treaty and even conceded the strip of disputed territory that had started the war in the first place. Irrock, whose main concern had been to end hostilities, went home with a modest area of reclaimed territory. While there is no doubt that dwarven battle prowess is spoken of with high regard in Markadon, it is suspected that growing conflict between North Larocia and Markadon in the west played a part in Lordessa's decision. Once the dwarven issue was settled, she could freely concentrate her forces on a single front.

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